Following are Nnub principles and these should not be read as being authored by a locality or group using Nnub.
Nnub principles are based the Seattle Community Network (SCN) principles at http://www.scn.org/commnet/principles.html
We place high value on the constuctive, civil exchange of views and discourage personal attacks and defamation - after all we are all human and we all live here.
Commitment to Access
Access to nnub.net and the Nnub public display will be free to all
- We seek to provide access to all groups of people particularly those without ready access to information technology.
- We will make Nnub accessible from public places.
Commitment to Service
Nnub will offer reliable and responsive service
- We aim to support user generated notices and content.
- We aim to integrate with other databases and other services.
Commitment to Democracy
Nnub will promote participation in government and public dialogue
- The community is invited to be actively involved in the ongoing development of Nnub. Please contact us if you have needs for special purpose interfaces.
- We will place high value in freedom of speech and expression and in the free exchange of ideas.
- We will make every effort to ensure privacy of the system users.
- We will support democratic use of electronic technology.
Commitment to the World Community
In addition to serving the local community, we will become part of the regional, national and international community
- We will build a system that can serve as a model for other communities.
Commitment to the Future
We will continue to evolve and improve Nnub
- We will explore the use of innovative applications such as electronic town halls for community governance, or electronic encyclopaedias for enhanced access to information.
- We will work with information providers and with groups involved in similar projects using other media.
- We will solicit feedback on the technology as it is used, and make it as accessible and humane as possible.