the open source way
main asset of Perrinn is the community
What it means: there is no central office, our members are located around the world.
What it means: all data, code, design produced by PERRINN members is made open source without any restriction: all data from Project 424 is open source and all code from PERRINN.com is open source. You can very easily access it by becoming a member.
What it means: our team is not controlled by a single entity or a specific group of people. Members vote to control decisions related to the team.
It is all about the people:
Members: People owning some Shares on PERRINN.COM.
Buy and sell Shares from and to other members
Voting / governance rights
Participate in the security of our network (behave honestly or face losing your Shares)
Investors: Members holding a significant amount of Shares as an investment.
Earn Shares from continuous interest rate
Contributors: Members bringing their experience, knowledge and passion to the project.
Earn Shares as a reward for open source development
PERRINN ADHERES TO THE Principles of the open source way
Transparency. Whether we're developing software or solving a business problem, we all have access to the information and materials necessary for doing our best work. And when these materials are accessible, we can build upon each other's ideas and discoveries. We can make more effective decisions and understand how decisions affect us.
Collaboration. When we're free to participate, we can enhance each other's work in unanticipated ways. When we can modify what others have shared, we unlock new possibilities. By initiating new projects together, we can solve problems that no one can solve alone. And when we implement open standards, we enable others to contribute in the future.
Release early and often. Rapid prototypes can lead to rapid discoveries. An iterative approach leads to better solutions faster. When you're free to experiment, you can look at problems in new ways and seek answers in new places. You can learn by doing.
Inclusive Meritocracy. Good ideas can come from anywhere, and the best ideas should win. Only by including diverse perspectives in our conversations can we be certain we've identified the best ideas, and decision-makers continually seek those perspectives. We may not operate by consensus, but successful work determines which projects gather support and effort from the community.
Community. Communities form when different people unite around a common purpose. Shared values guide decision making, and community goals supersede individual interests and agendas.