I still think we need to have full-time people, working to make sure the legislation doesn’t contradict each other. Of course, on the long term, it will be a co-creation model.
It’s like this saying on Wikipedia: "There is a cabal.". In anarchistic societies, there are a lot of new networks. They may not call themselves the powers that be, or the parliamentary representatives, but there are real need of full-time people to ensure the consistency of the system, in general.
It’s just instead of them deciding everything, we can crowdsource that the materials they need to make sense of others. It’s like in a large system, maybe we can say now the designs evolved or collaborated, but in the end, someone need to hold the design vision. There’s still a room for MPs to do that.