Category:Governance

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This section is for organizations or methods used to govern peer production, FLOSS, and other non-coercive methods of governance.

(this area is under construction: the Encyclopedia items related to governance have been ported until but not including M)


Introduction

The entries in the directory below covers different aspects which should be distinguished from each other:


1. the forms of peer governance of open/free communities and peer production groups

Free Software Foundation


2. the forms of governance/ownership/income distribution for the derived and monetizable service and market-oriented production models that derive from commons-related projects

Cooperatives

3. the forms of management that can be used

4. governance models for the whole of society that are inspired by peer to peer models



Resources at the P2P Foundation

DELICIOUS TAGS

  • P2P Governance [1]
  • P2P Politics [2]
  • P2P Political Theory [3]
  • P2P Commons [4]
  • Alterglobalization Movement [5]
  • Internet Governance [6]
  • Cooperatives [7]
  • P2P Hierarchy Theory [8]


THEMATIC ISSUES OF P2P NEWS


Other Resources

SELECTED WIKIPEDIA ARTICLES


KEY RESOURCES

Read his summary: A Spectrum of Politics and Governance Grounded in Empowered Citizen Dialogue and Deliberation, [9]


There is an extraordinary collection of concrete research on the governance of peer production communities (Debian, Apache), accessible from here [10], which leads to two seminar pages here [11] and here [12]. If you know French, this is highly recommended.

The Observatory of Public Debates [13] has an observatory for free software that can be used for internet-based public debate processes [14]


The P2P Governance Encyclopedia

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

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Pages in category "Governance"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 1,596 total.

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