• Past due by 12 months Last updated about 1 year ago

    Better UI for end-users than just the raw Google Spreadsheet.

     
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    100% complete
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated over 1 year ago

    Ready for third-party developers to jump in and start being productive. (Initial 3rd-party developers are arjun and lauren.) Developer documentation, etc.

     
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    Certain early adopter investor partners have agreed to work with us to develop templates they can use for their deals.

     
    100% complete
  • No due date Last updated about 2 years ago

    our captable and esop objects should be able to answer any query posed to them.

     
  • No due date Last updated about 2 years ago

    The system understands the semantics of the desired high-level pape…

    The system understands the semantics of the desired high-level paperwork, and correctly computes the required procedural prerequisites. The CONFIGURATION section of a given spreadsheet automatically populates correctly.

     
  • No due date Last updated about 2 years ago

    Legalese v3.0 has a working, very simple, DSL to English compiler, …

    Legalese v3.0 has a working, very simple, DSL to English compiler, with some ugly hardcoded crap in there. We have expressed at least three seed investment agreements in the DSL. The three seed investment agreements compile to working templates. Those working templates are available for actual use by the v1.0 system. The DSL compiler can handle inter-document references and definitions compilation to english compilation to something other than english

     
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated about 2 years ago

    we need to be able to develop code and templates with the confidence that we haven't broken anything.

     
  • No due date Last updated about 2 years ago

    technical debt accumulates here. fix this for brownie points. also, nontechnical issues that relate to the project/product/company as a whole.

     
    28% complete
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated about 2 years ago

    business goals related to being investor-ready

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    how we look and sound to the rest of the world, sometimes with a very specific audience and deadline in mind.

     
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated over 2 years ago

    v1.3 handles, for any Singapore startup, incorporation NDAs / confidentiality ESOP adding a co-founder employment agreements volunteer agreements seed fundraising round

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    Version 4.0 has a more sophisticated working DSL that supports Natu…

    Version 4.0 has a more sophisticated working DSL that supports Natural Language Generation. To get from v3 to v4, the IP-heavy product development R&D will be built with the assistance of academia. We will output to English and at least one other language. Monetization at scale will also happen in v4!

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    The DSL is usable by a determined lawyer or law student at a law fi…

    The DSL is usable by a determined lawyer or law student at a law firm to build its own proprietary templates. It can build the agreements, or we might support a third party consultant who wants to help the law firm build the agreements, but we would prefer not to be supporting the law firm directly on a consulting/services model.

     
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated over 2 years ago

    Legalese v1.0 is the current Google Docs app, whose UI is, well, a …

    Legalese v1.0 is the current Google Docs app, whose UI is, well, a Google Spreadsheet. The resolution of a few issues would make the app usable by a determined end-user. It would then become version 1.2. We have a couple of determined end-users willing to work with us toward v1.2. Let's aim for end of April to get these issues resolved.

     
  • Past due by over 2 years Last updated over 2 years ago

    After templates have been filled, end-users typically want to make …

    After templates have been filled, end-users typically want to make further final edits. Our current workflow outputs to INDD and PDF. It would be nice to output to Microsoft Word. Dragonlaw has put a lot of work into supporting Word as an output format, but their work is not opensource. We may have to reinvent this particular wheel. Maybe we can use commonform's work?

     
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    help users understand the things they need to know

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    v5.0: round-trip isomorphism from reading English and turning it in…

    v5.0: round-trip isomorphism from reading English and turning it into the DSL. If the government offers us $50M in funding to do a LegalTech Research institute and they want Computational Linguistics to be a component, and they want to know how we will spend the money, we will say that some of it will be spent on this. Data61 has already done a bit of that. Hack the above using simulated annealing in the opposite direction.

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    In the course of a single deal, during negotiations, deltas will ap…

    In the course of a single deal, during negotiations, deltas will appear from the counterparty; maintain a parallel branch that applies those deltas, at the text/string level, to that deal’s paper, even while the master branch templates continue to update. But it would be even cooler if lawyers could submit patches in the high-level DSL.

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    Compilation to Ethereum and/or Hyperledger need an R&D team on this.

     
  • No due date Last updated over 2 years ago

    After templates have been filled, end-users typically want to make …

    After templates have been filled, end-users typically want to make further final edits. Our current workflow outputs to INDD and PDF. It would be nice to output to Google Docs native format. One nit is that Google Docs doesn't currently (late 2014) make it easy to programmatically set headings to be tiered numbers (1.2.3). This may change.