Free software for a free democracy

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Free software for a free democracy
Revolution is a free software project for liquid and direct
democracy. It offers encryption and verification of the users. It is
being used by the Spanish Pirates and several other parties and
organizations. Recently the project reached
an important milestone, one member of the Spanish parliament lent
his seat to the citizens for the voting of the Spanish "Transparency
Law" and later for the Electrical Reform Law
New projects are on the pipeline.

We will present the trajectory of the project and open a debate for
ideas and problems around getting this new decision taking and voting
systems to the people.

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Luis Cuerdo
I am a translator and I collaborate with the Agora team in CM and communication.
Second Presenter
Pablo Segundo García
Political activist in green, solidarity and international finance
control groups. Often seen in autonomous spanish cultural centers. In
2010 joined the brand new (a simple proposal to
take liquid democracy to parliament), where he has held board roles
and took care of the wiki. Non-technical colaborator of since the beginning. He took part of the "15m" or
"Spanish Revolution" in 2011 and is also a spanish pirate. He enjoys
creating new schemes ( Supporter of
free technologies from strawbales to 3d printing.




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