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Information Currency Subversion Client

Information Currency Subversion is a command-line client for Subversion repositories that supports the generation of information currency from committed source code.

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  •  26 Sep 2006 06:35

    Release Notes: A command line option to specify the endpoint to use for information currency issuance was added. The code was updated to correspond to ICWS-0.2.2.

    •  06 Aug 2006 03:51

      Release Notes: In addition to code cleanups and removal of compilation warnings, this release removes support for information currency payment for issuance, pending a more robust implementation of issuance pricing.

      •  17 Jun 2006 07:36

        Release Notes: The information currency issuance request process was changed to support message formats required by ICWS 0.2.0. The issuance process was changed to support default issuance (issuance without pre-enrollment of key or provision of payment IC).

        •  24 Apr 2006 08:09

          Release Notes: The build process was simplified. Support was included for information currency used as payment to authorize issuance requests.

          •  12 Jan 2006 03:53

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            21 Jun 2006 12:55 infoeng

            Re: What is "information currency issuance"?
            Information currency issuance is generation of information currency units from submitted information. The information currency returned after a successful issuance can serve as a property title system based on the submitted information that creates its **own standard of economic value**, against which the value of other objects (other information currency, euros, renminbi, gold, cannabis seeds, etc.) can be estimated (through exchanges - the software to exchange information currency is under development).

            > By the title, it sounds potentially very

            > interesting, maybe even something

            > our site www.CommuniDB.com could use (it

            > is is to

            > feature pay-only (and as much) as you

            > acutally use the info). And clearly

            > you're pretty serious about this "ICS"

            > (you posted ITEF draft

            >

            > www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-jpbedell-information-currency-01.txt

            > ).

            > But, on brief read, I still have

            > practically no idea what your talking

            > about.

            > Could you please spell out what it is in

            > simple English so those who aren't

            > Economic PhDs can understand it?

            > Otherwise, it might not get nearly

            > attention it

            > may well deserve. Thanks!

            Information currency is a type of document that enables information to create its own standard of value (individual information currency units). When a unit of information is represented by information currency, those who value the underlying information can purchase the scarce information currency units corresponding to that information.

            The first public information currency service is at https://ic.infoeng.org/icws/services/ICWS?wsdl, but there is a long way to go to make it possible for people to evaluate and manage information through a stock-market type of interface.

            I apologize if I haven't made it clear, but I am hoping that there will be great rewards for those who make the effort to use information currency! It's my intention that information currency will utimately be highly useful for communidb.com and many other sites, regardless of ineffective I am at explaining the idea to others. ;)

            19 Jun 2006 23:29 PRichard

            What is "information currency issuance"?

            By the title, it sounds potentially very interesting, maybe even something
            our site www.CommuniDB.com (http://www.CommuniDB.com) could use (it is is to
            feature pay-only (and as much) as you acutally use the info). And clearly you're pretty serious about this "ICS"
            (you posted ITEF draft

            www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-jpbedell-information-currency-01.txt ).
            But, on brief read, I still have practically no idea what your talking about.
            Could you please spell out what it is in simple English so those who aren't
            Economic PhDs can understand it? Otherwise, it might not get nearly attention it
            may well deserve. Thanks!

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