Does Stoos need a Manifesto?

Over the last weeks I had plenty of interesting discussions on this Stoos topic. One thing almost everybody brings up in such discussions is the question, why Stoos does not come up with something like a Stoos-Manifesto.


I'd like to propose a short open discussion on this topic. What are the benefits of a manifesto, or why does this movement not need such stuff?


Results could be: A resonable explanation, why a Manifesto is not a good idea or the statement, that a Manifesto could be useful or even concrete ideas.


Eventually this short session will only kick off long evening discussions on the topic...


I personally have no straight opinion on this topic, but i think a discussion happen!



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Idea No. 54