How to make Trustroots article more interesting?
For me the article about Trustroots should be interesting and it should give useful information to the readers. But one half of the article is about the history of the name and the 2nd half of the article is about links to related projects. Both is not really necessary for the understanding of Trustroots. Both is more confusing than giving information. For the history of the name I would make a separated wiki article that we could link from this main article. The links I would move in another article, this is not really related to Trustroots.
- Yes, great! Wanna do it? (BTW you can "sign" messages here with ~~~~) guaka (talk) 15:55, 11 December 2018 (CET)
Moved from GitHub repo
This page is temporary while we discuss our refocused values in March 2017.
We deeply believe that, given the right context, humans are fundamentally both trustworthy and trusting. We seek to create that context through the world’s largest digital trust network. We believe that through greater connectedness and deeper trust, humanity will be more peaceful, harmonious, and prosperous.
Summarised in one sentence:
> A more peaceful, harmonious and prosperous humanity through deeper trust.
- Audacious and experimental
* We are defined by boldness and urgency. Our goals are outrageously audacious and we are committed to aggressively pursuing them. * We believe that radical change only comes from bold experimentation and our approach embraces this ethos.
- Agile and decisive
* We are nimble, flexible and fast. We move swiftly and update our approach quickly in the face of results. * Our team are empowered to make decisions in the pursuit of our clear objectives. We favour decisiveness over consensus and we are not seeking to maximise harmony, we are not afraid to rustle feathers if necessary.
- Consequentialist and rational
* We are broadly consequentialist: we value actions according to their consequences. * We are pursuing colossal goals and we are deeply committed to rational judgement and decision making in the pursuit of our goals.