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One bit of frequent advice is that if we grow to quickly the idiot factor will be impossible to control. I agree with this proposition, but it can be offset by changing what we talk about as we expand: early entrants are activists that need technical content. Ordinary people simply want to know what such a constitution would look like, how it would work, how governments would work, and how they would benefit from it. They do not need to understand the strict construction of law from first principles in algorithmic and operational language, or that we can test the truth of propositions by subjecting them to tests of due diligence in the dimensions available to human minds. They only need to know that some people can, and that if we do so, its as rigorous as mathematics.
Ordinary people just need FEATURES AND BENEFITS. They do not need to understand the detailed process of engineering of those features and benefits.