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Pirate Manifesto

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What

  • The characteristics for PPI Manifesto, as described in Berlin Conference, will be:

Idealistic

  • Reflecting what do we want, which are our goals.

Timeless

  • Like national constitutions or like pirate parties' statutes, it may suffer some modifications in the long term -not written on stone when talking about modifications; not the Bible-;
  • however, it will be meant to become
    • stable;
    • longlasting;
    • as valid now as in the future; whatever the version that applies in each time, it will be a version to be observed.

Literary

  • Far from raw statements, it has to be a text agreeable to be read.

Binding

  • It's meant to be the embryo for an unified international movement, so it has to get enough abstraction to allow every single pirate party to look at Pirate Manifesto and say proudly this is my manifesto.
    • This apply to pirate parties not formed yet, and to forming parties that find themselves not ready yet to join the Manifesto's task force: Pirate Manifesto should be developed in order to become a welcoming home for them.

Inspiring

  • A model to be followed, to give us impulse in the hard times, to give us a point of reference, to allow us to always remember who we are and which goals do we pursue.

Press-candy

  • Deserving to be echoed by media.

Antithesis of a political platform

  • Platforms are for elections, are specific action plans; a manifesto is more about ideas.

When/How

Main schedule

Stage one

  • A group of representatives from the pirate parties would discuss the Manifesto contents.
  • The result from this task force would become the Manifesto's First Draft.

Deadline

  • deadline for stage one must be redefined

Stage two

  • Amendments to the First Draft would be proposed, with each national party deciding how would they present their amendments.
  • voting system for the proposed amendments must be decided

Deadline

  • deadline for stage two must be redefined

Stage three

  • National pirate parties would internally decide whether to sign the Second Draft or not.
  • Finally, the signing parties will send delegates to Uppsala (Sweden) to be on the presential signature of the Pirate Manifesto

Meetings

  • On a weekly basis.
  • the first one to be set on next week, day to be determined

Who

Representatives of national pirate parties; if you're not in the list and want to join the task force, please introduce yourself following the format.

Piratpartiet

Country

  • Sweden (Sverige)
    • Code: SE

Nick

Name

  • Amelia Andersdotter

eMail

The Pirate Party of the United States

Country

  • United States
    • Code: US

Nick

Name

  • Andrew Norton

eMail

...

Country

  • Denmark (Danmark)
    • Code: DK

Nick

  • your nick here

Name

  • your name here

eMail

Piratenpartei Deutschland

Country

  • Germany (Deutschland)
    • Code: DE

Nick

Name

  • Helmut Pozimski

eMail

Piratenpartei Österreichs

Country

  • Austria (Oesterreich)
    • Code: AT

Nick

  • your nick here

Name

  • Matthias Weiler

eMail

Piratenpartij Nederland

Country

  • The Netherlands (Nederland)
    • Code: NL

Nick

  • your nick here

Name

  • your name here

eMail

Parti Pirate

Country

  • France
    • Code: FR

Nick

  • your nick here

Name

  • your name here

eMail

Partia Piratów

Country

  • Poland (Polska)
    • Code: PL

Nick

  • your nick here

Name

  • your name here

eMail

Partido Pirata

Country

  • Spain (España)
    • Code: ES

Nick

Name

  • Carlos Ayala

eMail

Russian Pirate Party

Country

  • Russia (Россия)
    • Code: RU

Nick

Name

  • Dmitriy Kremneff

eMail

Weekly meetings' logs

  • logs will be placed here

Pirate Manifesto

First Draft

Background papers

Second Draft