- Curated feed from the forum (principal news/most interesting events).
- Ability to organize secure group/single chats with fellow Asgardians (ex. p2p Cryptography, Tox [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tox_(protocol) ] could be used as a base).
- Possibility to directly send a private or public (Ex. Open Letter) message to any member of the Goverment, if you are logged as a Citizen.
-- This being more like a Ticket system than a chat, for formality, usability and anti-abuse reasons.
- Possibility for any Minister to create news articles that, optionally, can trigger a notification.
- Open Source it (on github or bitbucket) so everyone with time and/or resources can help with its progress and check the code's sanity.
- When you are logged as a citizen possibility to use it as a digital ID.
- Feeds and informations accessible to everyone, chat and interactive functions open only to the Citizens.
- Use an European server for any interactive function and storage of data, mainly because of Privacy and Cryptography laws.
-- Sweden is a good candidate, or we could contact someone like the EFF, Mullvad or other privacy oriented organizations for an informed opinion on the subject.
- When the software is mature enough we could sell support and rebranding to organizations, like a lot of OS softwares do, to get money for its continuos development (and Asgardia in general).