Elinor Ostrom's principles
1. Clearly defined boundaries (effective exclusion of external unentitled parties); 2. Rules regarding the appropriation and provision of common resources are adapted to local conditions; 3. Collective-choice arrangements allow most resource appropriators to participate in the decision-making process; 4. Effective monitoring by monitors who are part of or accountable to the appropriators; 5. There is a scale of graduated sanctions for resource appropriators who violate community rules; 6. Mechanisms of conflict resolution are cheap and of easy access; 7. The self-determination of the community is recognized by higher-level authorities; 8. In the case of larger common-pool resources: organization in the form of multiple layers of nested enterprises, with small local CPRs at the base level.
The meetings have to able to be recorded, if recording and voice transforming capabilities for granting posible members' requested privacy are suplied by the requester. The project can optionally decide to make the meeting contents publickly viewable-heardable or not.
Public can silently assist to the meeting but without member's rights further than what the project optionally decide. They are not granted to be able to attend the meeting if they have not communicated their willing to the Moderators within a reasonable time in advance for them being able to find a bigger place where everyone could comfortably fit in.
Issues raised for being decided at a meeting have to be comunicated within 3 days in advance to the project's members. Every member has the right for postponing the decision on it if not communicated this way, unless the issue has been raised by an accident and is considered to be urgently resolved due to an important loss if not.
New one(s) have quality voting rights for project's consensed polytelic problems resolutions.