Cannonizer looks cool, but it's centralzied. Also, what's the mormon transhumanist association and why is it sponsoring this? If you don't mind me asking... Are you begining a religious political delegate campaign?
Is there a consensus on bitshares' stance about the seperation of church and DAC?
I consider myself a "Mormon Transhumanist Atheist", which is much like a "Cultural Jew". The Mormon Transhumaninsts are just the first organization to officially support this prototype effort.
For me, an atheist, trying to convert any theist, I just like to measure, concisely and quantitatively, how effective any arguments are, or to find out, what proof would be required to convince most of them. What works for me, usually doesn't work for them. But when I find something that measurably works, that is what rises to the top, and that is what enables building the most consensus the soonest
Again, that which you measure, improves.
While it is true that the current incantation is just a centrally hosted prototype, it could easily be converted to use block chain technology. And the simple rules of the system prevent anyone from being censored. Once you "support" a camp, you can object to any proposed changes you don't agree with.
Any of the canonization voting algorithms (such as one could allow people to vote all their BTSX, with a bias towards those that hold fewer shares, and so on) could be validated or reproduced, by anyone that might question such vote counting, and so on.