Dec 13, 02 / Dec 15, 18 10:57 UTC

How many people alive  

My suggestion is to clear up those who have not spoken for more than three months and to publish this rule in the Constitution.

Dec 14, 02 / Dec 16, 18 17:27 UTC

What do you mean by "spoken"?

* What if they are speaking, just not in the forums?

* What if they became a resident/citizen and no longer have access to home internet, transportation to get to the public library, or money for cell service -- in order to to somehow "speak"? 

* What if their earth government silenced the airwaves, blocked Asgardia from approved sites to visit, thus making it so they cannot "speak"?

* What if they've been hospitalized or incarcerated? They cannot "speak"....

I think your statement needs more clarification.

Dec 15, 02 / Dec 17, 18 00:23 UTC

If they don't talk for three months, I think it is too negative.

Dec 15, 02 / Dec 17, 18 03:47 UTC

Maybe sending an email to login.

Grtz, Dirk.

Dec 15, 02 / Dec 17, 18 09:08 UTC

@MistyWrites What's the name of the website you mentioned? Is that mooc?

Dec 15, 02 / Dec 17, 18 14:47 UTC

@alexcolor

What I mean by "speak" is HOW they speak. You did not clarify your statement to include a definition of "speak." If you want to argue for a stance, it's important you provide the definitions so the audience you're engaging with can understand and collaborate with you.

If you're specifically talking about the website where you can learn university courses for free -- it turns out there are a few of them: (I have NO IDEA what "mooc" stands for. You need to be clear.)

* https://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses/full-catalogue

* https://online-learning.harvard.edu/

* https://www.open2study.com/courses

* https://alison.com/

* https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm


I have not personally vetted these sites. Use at your own risk.

Jan 1, 03 / Jan 1, 19 02:32 UTC

Alex - Thank you for your suggestions.

Constitution can only be altered by a referendum, and that has to be called by Parliament on a request of at least 5% of all citizens.

Personally, I do not care if a citizen is happy and chooses not to "speak" for 1 year or two or three - it is their choice and i can not punish them for exercising their choice.

Jan 9, 03 / Jan 9, 19 19:19 UTC

My Asgardien friends(Brothers and Sisters) I'm here and I will be, forever. Live Asgardia!!

Feb 20, 03 / Feb 17, 19 05:31 UTC

The most important thing is that anyone who speaks to us or interacts in the forums can be sure that he talks to an Asgardian whose profile defines him and is not a person who could duplicate his profile to confuse destructive comments, perhaps there We would be facing a problem to take into account and seriously;as a member of Parliament the proactive comments they offer help us and create a participatory community, receive my regards

  Last edited by:  Ariadne Gallardo (Member of the Parliament, Asgardian, Candidate)  on Feb 20, 03 / Feb 17, 19 05:34 UTC, edited 1 time in total.

Feb 23, 03 / Feb 20, 19 03:03 UTC

What if a citizen doesn't speak because he/she was disappointed? There is no way to close an account. I think this option should be added, otherwise it turns out that we can get in, but we can't get out. :)


Feb 24, 03 / Feb 21, 19 15:30 UTC

Lara, you can read about deleting your account on faq https://asgardia.space/en/page/faq#faq_id_14

Mar 8, 03 / Mar 5, 19 16:28 UTC

Hello to everyone.

Of course, we want to hear something from our citizens. Most importantly, we expect them to participate during the voting period. Despite all this, people have the right to remain silent.