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Robert Lancer
Chief Technology Officer at Collaborizm (Project Leader)
 · New YorkU.S.
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Contributions and milestones released!

Contributions allow you to give credit to those who helped move your project forward.

We will be using it to see which people and projects are progressing and giving more powers and visibility to them. Checkout our status guide to learn more about how we are awarding badges to uses!

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Anton Volt

Created the front end for contributions. Using React.js, CSS & Javascript

added by:   Robert Lancer
Robert Lancer

Created the backend of contributions. Node.js #koa, #RethinkDB

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Steven Reubenstone

Concept creation

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Kabadi Ramachandra
ceo, project coordination, business development
 · BengaluruIndia
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Mentors and contributors, I find that there are many people who would like to offer their services either in the form of a group or individually. This they would like to offer it as a free resource and some of them possibly would likeee to offer it as a professional paid service. In case if you are able to distinguish between the two in the frame work would make it clear whether they would like to associate themselves as free source or get paid for the services rendered. In case if they are paid for the services then whether it will be truly between the two aspirants only without the involvement of the blog creators or members.

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Cynthia Artin
Innovation Matriarch
 · New YorkU.S.
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Thanks Kabadi! As a volunteer mentor on Collaborizm, all of the services I offer are free. I would never dream of using this platform for commercial reasons; that said, I am happy to help those “inventors” who would appreciate advice on how to commercialize their inventions once those inventions are finished and ready to go to market. Not everybody has that goal - or should! This is a creative platform, a collaboration space, an amazing community and I am so very happy to be able to contribute my time and experience as a volunteer, unpaid mentor. I have been mentoring innovators for over thirty years!

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Kabadi Ramachandra
ceo, project coordination, business development
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Cynthia Artin, appreciate your concept, so do I offer my free services and guidance without any expectation. And will continue to do so

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Kabadi Ramachandra
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On Space Travel: Virgin Galactic

“Over the next 20 years, I believe thousands, and perhaps even millions, of private individuals will travel to space. Since the dawn of the space age, just over 500 men and women have been to outer space. With only a few recent exceptions, these men and women have all been government employees, handpicked by space agencies such as NASA and trained to an enormous degree. Their missions are worthwhile and worthy of our gratitude and admiration, but it is critical to realize that for the overwhelming majority of us, government space programs are not our ticket to space. The challenge of sending individuals to space is being taken up by private companies, which have both tools and motives those government agencies may not have. Recently, several entrepreneurs have started new businesses expressly designed to tackle this problem.

Such future space travel won’t be enjoyed only by adventurers. As we progress through the 21st century, spaceflight may become nearly as common for travelers as taking a plane trip became for millions across the world during the 20th. The technology that permits flights into space will also allow passengers to fly to far-flung places on Earth in record time. By traveling out of the Earth’s atmosphere for a small amount of time, a non-stop trip from New York to Sydney might take two to three hours instead of the 20-hour, multi-leg trip required today. Furthermore, I believe air travel will be more environmentally friendly. Airlines ferrying passengers on regional routes will run small, short-hop planes on battery cells.

Now is a fascinating time for the commercial space industry. It is inspiring to see business leaders from different sectors applying their best ideas and practices to the unique challenges of spaceflight. The next 20 years hold exciting, unexplored territory for the people of the world.”

George Whitesides is President and CEO of Virgin Galactic with plans to provide sub-orbital spaceflights to space tourists, suborbital launches for space science missions and orbital launches of small satellites. For additional insights, go to www.VirginGalactic.com.

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