Laura Flanders talks with coders, activists and tech entrepreneurs who are at the forefront of the platform cooperative movement.
In this interview with Stacco Troncoso, co-author of the DisCO Manifesto, we talk about the role of decommodification, return to the commons and radical workplace democracy, in practice.
Stacco Troncoso co-founded Guerrilla Translation with his partner, Ann Marie Utratel, as a living project to ground P2P and Commons theories in real practices.
He talks with Owen Kelly about the work of the group, and the ways in which they see the structure of their group as a vital part of its practice.
Too often, the necessary care work that generates and sustains our lives occurs at the margins of the economy, unaccounted for and under-recognized. Spain-based activist Stacco Troncoso is part of a movement to change that. Troncoso, a member of the Guerrilla Media Cooperative, is part of a collective developing a new model—the DisCO, or Distributed Cooperative Organization.
P2P Models examines the infrastructure, governance and economy of decentralized, democratic organizations and their value allocation and distribution.
An interview with Spanish economist Susana Martín Belmonte on her work on monetary reform, commons-oriented P2P systems and future economies.
How do you win an election? According to Ahora Madrid’s activist councillors, the key is keeping it real – with real openness and participation.
The P2P Foundation is this year’s recipient of the Golden Nica in the Prix Ars Electronica’s Digital Communities category, find out more in this interview with Stacco Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel.
“Guerrilla Translation was inspired by the P2P Foundation. We tried to imagine how to apply all of what an Open Coop should be, but applied to translation.”