Complementary Currency Open Source Software in 2010

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* Article: Complementary Currency Open Source Software in 2010. Matthew Slater D 82-87

URL = http://www.ijccr.net/IJCCR/2011_(15)_files/16%20Slater.pdf


Abstract

"This report briefly covers the field of non-commercial mutual credit software, discussing the issues and challenges the projects collectively face in meeting the needs of the movement. There is a clear cultural divide between commercial barter software which helps businesses exchange spare capacity within the law, and free open source projects which help neighbours to exchange under the radar of the tax man. There is almost no cross-fertilisation between nonprofit, idealistic, community projects, and the business barter. The aims of both cultures are very different, though their methods are similar." (http://www.ijccr.net/IJCCR/2011_%2815%29.html)