Difference between revisions of "Most Important P2P-Related Projects and Trends of 2013"

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* The [[Flok Society]] project in Ecuador +  
 
* The [[Flok Society]] project in Ecuador +  
  
* Bordeaux for regional initiative and
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* Bordeaux and Linz for regional initiatives
  
* Seoul, San Francisco and Napels, for city sharing
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* Seoul, San Francisco for city sharing
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* [[Public-Commons Partnerships]] and Napels [[Aqua Beni Communi]]
  
  
 
4. open technology cooperatives
 
4. open technology cooperatives
  
* The [[Open Tech Collaborative]]'s [[Open Source Beehives]]
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* The [[Open Tech Collaborative]]'s and its projects like [[Open Source Beehives]]
  
 
* [[Guerilla Translation]], for its adoption of [[Dmytri Kleiner]]'s [[Peer Production License]]
 
* [[Guerilla Translation]], for its adoption of [[Dmytri Kleiner]]'s [[Peer Production License]]
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* [[Curto Cafe]]
 
* [[Curto Cafe]]
 
 
11. Policy Innovations
 
 
* [[Public-Commons Partnerships]]
 

Revision as of 12:12, 6 January 2014


1. Open value accounting

2. New open manufacturing methodologies


3. Policy initiatives at city, regional and national scale


  • Bordeaux and Linz for regional initiatives
  • Seoul, San Francisco for city sharing


4. open technology cooperatives

  • the work of Pat Conaty, Mike Lewis, John Restakis, Robin Murray on open cooperativism ;


5. open agriculture, farmer to farmer cooperation and open agriculture machining designs


6. commons-oriented cloudfunding and crowdfunding and other funding innovations

  • the Goteo commons oriented cloudfunding ;



7. currency innovations


8. critical and constructive voices on the sharing economy, and its legal empowerment


9. Business models for open culture


10. Open Supply Chains