Can Commons and P2P practices offer viable solutions for our present and future social, political and ecological crises? This is the story of how it’s done.
Two movements mesh cooperative traditions with the digital revolution: Platform Cooperativism, and Open Cooperativism. How do they relate?
The Peer Production License (PPL) allows cooperatives and solidarity-based collectives, but not corporations, to monetize cultural works.
In Procomuns 2016 it is well understood that the “Sharing Economy” is a flawed model, while the Commons Collaborative Economy is a totally different game.
Guerrilla Translation was created to share ideas between communities and to allow translation, which has become heavily corporatised, to share the values inherent in collaborative art and creativity.