Registration Agreement


Societies are the result of our individual, group and collective actions.

Before pressing "Enter", please make sure that your individual actions, will not directly or indirectly denigrate your fellow citizens or their ideas through the words you use.

Thank you for making Dialogum a community where dialogs are respectful and constructive.

There are only 3 rules.

1 - Use Your Real Name
Dialogum is a new distributed social network interconnecting multiple communities of practice for citizens creating politically, religiously and philosophically neutral environments conducive to constructive and respectful dialogs. Since, using our real name also helps foster constructive as well as respectful dialogs, please use your real name.

2 -  Use the Following Knowledge
All these interconnecting communities have their own Societal Knowledge Trees structuring the subjects so that the dialogs are compatible with  the specific community. Not only are communities structured to facilitate knowledge management and sharing, but there are two major definitions that you need to use.


 In Dialogum, when you read or use the word society, please remember that the knowledge managers and the facilitators use this definition of society:
Society is understood as a social organization which includes a government  whose goal is to formally reduce, solve or manage the various social tensions, frictions and conflicts that naturally arise because we are social beings.
Defining a "Good" Society
Some societies are more successful than others in achieving this goal. Societies that are more successful are those who in their efforts to reduce, solve or manage the social tensions, frictions and  conflicts, create an environment where most of the individual, group and collective actions facilitate:
  • the development of its citizens,
  • the functioning and the development its government(s), and
  • the functioning and the development of its  collectivity(ies)
When this happens an equilibrium is reached and societies are balanced.
Three Levels of Societies
In general, we co-own three societies:
  • our city,
  • our province, state or department, as well as
  • our country.
Dialogum uses the definition of a balanced society  as well as the fact that there are different levels of society to structure the different communities, the different subjects and the dialogs themselves.

In Dialogum, when you read or use the word citizen, please remember that the knowledge managers and the facilitators use this definition of citizens:
Anyone who lives on a territory managed by a society is a citizen. He or she is thus one of the co-owners of this organization. Viewed through the lens of co-ownership, citizenship is a profession which requires that citizens acquire personal, social and societal knowledge and  skills in order to increase their competence level and become a "good" citizen.
Dialogum uses this understanding of citizenship to facilitate the dialogs so that they help us acquire or increase our personal, social and societal competences.
3 - Apply the Goals of a Balanced Society
Before you press return, make sure that you are applying the goal of a balanced society in your message. Are the words you use and the meaning they convey facilitate:
  • the development of your fellow citizens.
    • Those who are participating in the dialogs
    • Those who are reading the comments

  • the management and the development Dialogum
    • Those who manage the  knowledge
    • Those who facilitate the discussions
    • Those who manage the organization

  • the functioning and the development of the  Dialogum collectivity.

Using these guidelines, especially when you use the words "you" and "they", will help create and maintain a great dialog and help create a balanced society outside the virtual walls of Dialogum.

Thank you and have a great dialog.
The knowledge management and facilitating teams.


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