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Readings and other resources related to stream themes to be aggregated here; feel free to add and edit. See very end of [http://gondwanaland.com/mlog/2013/05/09/econommons/ blog post].
 
Readings and other resources related to stream themes to be aggregated here; feel free to add and edit. See very end of [http://gondwanaland.com/mlog/2013/05/09/econommons/ blog post].
  
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==Introductory==
  
* http://freeknowledge.eu/article-the-knowledge-society-from-a-freedom-centred-perspective [[Wouter Tebbens]]
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''These resources give a good general background on free/libre/open/commons knowledge movements, with a more commons-centric approach than is typical for such introductions.''
* http://freeknowledge.eu/blog/wouter/can-we-liberate-the-market-through-commons-governance [[Wouter Tebbens]]
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* http://microfactoria.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/free-knowledge-and-commons-perspectives-for-industrial-production/ [[Wouter Tebbens]]
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http://freeknowledge.eu/article-the-knowledge-society-from-a-freedom-centred-perspective [[Wouter Tebbens]]
* http://www.h-online.com/open/features/Why-it-s-time-to-stop-using-open-source-licences-1802140.html [[Glyn Moody]]
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* http://blogs.computerworlduk.com/open-enterprise/2011/07/why-we-should---and-can---abolish-all-patents/index.htm [[Glyn Moody]]
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==All commons as knowledge commons==
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http://microfactoria.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/free-knowledge-and-commons-perspectives-for-industrial-production/ [[Wouter Tebbens]]
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==Commons-first strategy for knowledge commoning==
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http://blogs.computerworlduk.com/open-enterprise/2011/07/why-we-should---and-can---abolish-all-patents/index.htm [[Glyn Moody]]
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http://www.h-online.com/open/features/Why-it-s-time-to-stop-using-open-source-licences-1802140.html [[Glyn Moody]]
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http://freeknowledge.eu/blog/wouter/can-we-liberate-the-market-through-commons-governance [[Wouter Tebbens]]
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:As we saw before, copyright and patent legislation turn ideas and expressions of authorship from commons/public goods into private property. Given their non-rival nature, this is clearly a case of generated scarcities. And a very relevant one in the current industrial societies, where a large part of the formal economy is controlled by these state granted monopolies. [F]or a commons-based market, a “liberated” one, such monopolies should not exist. Not in the least part to assure people’s freedoms to participate in the market, the threat of patent or copyright litigations should be expelled.

Revision as of 18:11, 12 May 2013

Readings and other resources related to stream themes to be aggregated here; feel free to add and edit. See very end of blog post.

Introductory

These resources give a good general background on free/libre/open/commons knowledge movements, with a more commons-centric approach than is typical for such introductions.

http://freeknowledge.eu/article-the-knowledge-society-from-a-freedom-centred-perspective Wouter Tebbens


All commons as knowledge commons

http://microfactoria.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/free-knowledge-and-commons-perspectives-for-industrial-production/ Wouter Tebbens


Commons-first strategy for knowledge commoning

http://blogs.computerworlduk.com/open-enterprise/2011/07/why-we-should---and-can---abolish-all-patents/index.htm Glyn Moody

http://www.h-online.com/open/features/Why-it-s-time-to-stop-using-open-source-licences-1802140.html Glyn Moody

http://freeknowledge.eu/blog/wouter/can-we-liberate-the-market-through-commons-governance Wouter Tebbens

As we saw before, copyright and patent legislation turn ideas and expressions of authorship from commons/public goods into private property. Given their non-rival nature, this is clearly a case of generated scarcities. And a very relevant one in the current industrial societies, where a large part of the formal economy is controlled by these state granted monopolies. … [F]or a commons-based market, a “liberated” one, such monopolies should not exist. Not in the least part to assure people’s freedoms to participate in the market, the threat of patent or copyright litigations should be expelled.