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This is an informal sign up for Open Source Party. We are currently organizing our charter to become an official legal political party with national, state and local chapters.

If you would like to engage in the process of organizing the charter and other aspects of building the ground floor of the party and the movement, please let us know about it here. And please let us know if you have activist or political experience.

The Open Source Party is a political movement that derives both inspiration and methods from Open Source software principles. The fundamental Open Source principles as they apply to this party, where laws, policies, and political processes are seen as a body of code, are:

  • Transparency: the code, and any changes to the code, are visible and understandable.
  • The code is accessible and modifiable.
  • Inclusion: anyone can access the code and propose modifications, which may be accepted by democratic consensus, or by executive decision in a framework decided democratically
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    Mark Dilley from Detroit wrote on December 13, 2016:
    +1
    +1
    Ivan from El Dorado Hills wrote on April 5, 2016:
    I feel like this might be the beginning of hive mind. I'm in : D
    I feel like this might be the beginning of hive mind. I'm in : D
    Justin Chase from Roseville wrote on April 3, 2016:
    I would like to join.
    I would like to join.
    Andrew from Northborough wrote on January 13, 2016:
    My previous political affiliation was wikisyndicalism, but this seems to be a more modern version of the same idea.
    My previous political affiliation was wikisyndicalism, but this seems to be a more modern version of the same idea.
    Aimee from Rockville wrote on January 12, 2016:
    Good deal.
    Good deal.
    Michael Tobis from Austin wrote on January 8, 2016:
    We have to up our game soon.
    We have to up our game soon.
    Phil Leggiere from Southern Vermont wrote on December 30, 2015:
    Yes. what better concept than Open source to loosen up proprietary politicalideological gridlock
    Yes. what better concept than Open source to loosen up proprietary politicalideological gridlock
    Eloff from Sunnyvale wrote on December 14, 2015:
    I wish to help return our government for the people, by the people.
    I wish to help return our government for the people, by the people.
    Thomas Rothrock from Somewhere on Earth wrote on December 11, 2015:
    I am intrigued.
    I am intrigued.
    John Trammell from Minneapolis, MN wrote on December 9, 2015:
    Put it all up on Github!
    Put it all up on Github!
    Mike Mann from Boca Raton wrote on October 30, 2015:
    Ready to go.
    Ready to go.
    Haluska, John from Eureka wrote on October 30, 2015:
    I like a party that makes participants have to take a more active role in their outcome- what happens when tshf and technology fails?
    I like a party that makes participants have to take a more active role in their outcome- what happens when tshf and technology fails?
    Cameron Banga from Valparaiso, IN wrote on October 11, 2015:
    I like the idea and want to learn more!
    I like the idea and want to learn more!
    Craig Simon from Dania Beach wrote on October 9, 2015:
    I want to participate in building better tools for better democracies.
    I want to participate in building better tools for better democracies.
    Kent Barnes from San Francisco wrote on October 7, 2015:
    Thank you for the chance to make a difference.
    Thank you for the chance to make a difference.
    Joseph Ciszewski from Fuquay Varina wrote on October 6, 2015:
    Finally a platform of the people, for the people, by the people.
    Finally a platform of the people, for the people, by the people.
    Chase Roycroft from Durham, NC wrote on October 6, 2015:
    Hello! I'd like to help. 🙂
    Hello! I'd like to help. 🙂
    Charles Faris from Boston wrote on September 30, 2015:
    Interested, if not really understanding how or what to contribute.
    Interested, if not really understanding how or what to contribute.
    Marcus Sherwin from NORTH GRAFTON wrote on September 29, 2015:
    Ideas I support include Universal Basic Income, and local publicly owned infrastructure for the things everyone wants to have (internet access for example).
    Ideas I support include Universal Basic Income, and local publicly owned infrastructure for the things everyone wants to have (internet access for example).
    Steven Adger from Tucson wrote on September 29, 2015:
    Great! I also suggest we adopt some ideas from Robert David Steele.
    Great! I also suggest we adopt some ideas from Robert David Steele.