Stacco Troncoso defines P2P, the Commons and how they inter-relate, while distinguishing generative P2P interactions from other, more harmful, contexts
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 very honoured to have received the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica 2016 for Digital Communities. Read my brief report here.
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.”
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 co-founder, Stacco Troncoso talks about GT in “La Aventura del Saber”, a Spanish TV program.
Out of some 130 or so nominees, Guerrilla Translation won, along with our friends in Common Libraries, Symba and two other very interesting projects.
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.