Category talk:Government Owned

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Alex, could you please restore Public Property as an entry, not as a redirect to a category --Mbauwens 08:37, 16 July 2010 (UTC)


Grouping a load of things under the government owned heading would serve to make a point though. Are you looking to see how users make agreements with the government? That's interesting. Government trusteeship, for instance. I was just reading a conversation earlier, something about taxation, fee collections, how the ability to enforce these payments sets these "Government Guardianship" of common resources apart. If they collect rents, too, their accounts are not 'sub-accounts' but subject instead to all manner of non-peer overrides for 'income' from rents on 'common resources' which get re-directed to non-communal projects. This is an interesting approach to bolstering the agreement for peer networks that happen within a legal jurisdiction but do not rely on the coercive powers of state for enforcement. At a certain level of extrapolation the jurisdiction applies to the Legal Formats for Collaboration; who gets the stuff if everything goes bad, for example. --Alex Rollin 01:16, 16 July 2010 (UTC)

IMHO ~ Having all those subcategories might water down your collection in a non-specifically useful way. I've been trying to write arguments in articles for subcategories to expose qualitative differences before making a subcategory. Just sharing my process :) --Alex Rollin 01:16, 16 July 2010 (UTC)