Hier mal noch einige Projekte/Organisationen, die ich größtenteils aus dem Fairkom-GitLab
transcomm/transcomm-concept gesammelt habe:
IN COMMON is a cooperative data library where civil society and solidary economy actors can share, view, and map their data. IN COMMON is also a community whose members meet regularly.
Bonfire Ecosystem (a.k.a. CommonsPub)
We cooperate around the creation of modular federated networks with ActivityPub
This software is for people who need something, have something to offer, want to discuss something etc. - in short: who wish to connect with others for some reason.
This is a neutral group to talk about how we can build a suite of interoperable, open source tools which support transparent, democratic, and decentralized organizing.
It’s not a working group, but becomes a resource where all creators can gather to exchange information about their projects and practices.
Value Flows is a set of common vocabularies to describe flows of economic resources of all kinds within distributed economic ecosystems. […]
The vocabulary is presented in several ways, as Linked Open Data using the Resource Description Framework (RDF) family of languages, as well as a GraphQL reference, json-schema reference, and a UML model. We want to support RDF based and non-RDF based use of the vocabulary, basically any way that people want to use software and data on the internet to help create economic networks.
Free your skills from the world of labor and capitalism. And free your ideas from the world of copyright. tale:net is based on the love of doing and collaboration and it’s not based on any belief in reward, competition or institutionalized expertise.
“tale” is a word of a new language. It combines the meaning of sharing and helping, knowledge and skills that each of us is able to contribute.
tale:net is a distributed network, it’s transparent, open source and encrypted like a sustainable software should be in our vision.
Edgeryders is a community of changemakers. Our mission is to co-create self-sustaining projects for the common good. Self-sustaining means, your project creates enough (financial and non-financial) value to compensate the people working on it.
The P2P Foundation is a non-profit organization and global network dedicated to advocacy and research of commons-oriented peer to peer (P2P) dynamics in society. […]
The P2P Foundation, with its particular focus on the relationship of the Commons and P2P practices, is supporting this Commons transition by helping to share knowledge and develop tools to create common value and facilitate open, participatory input across society.
The P2P Foundation monitors the emergence of P2P dynamics in every field of human activity. We document these projects on our open access wiki and report and critique current events on our daily blog. Our CommonsTransition website combines a platform for policy proposals with a web magazine featuring specially curated stories and interviews, with and for commoners worldwide. Our research network, led by the P2P Lab, empirically explores and expands the theoretical work produced on commons-oriented peer production, governance and property to ascertain its viability in real-world applications.
We’re developing open source industrial machines that can be made for a fraction of commercial costs, and sharing our designs online for free.
Dingsda ist ein Framework zum Katalogisieren und Verleihen von Produktionsmitteln, Werkzeugen und Dingen: Eine Web-App erlaubt via Barcode, NFC oder manueller Eingabe Werkzeuge, Equipment, Kostüme, Requisiten und ähnliches zwischen Macher*innen, Künstler*innen und Nachbar*innen im Netzwerk zu registrieren und zu verwalten. Ein “Soziales Netzwerk” für Gegenstände, in dem Nutzer*innen manuell einstellen können, wer sehen darf, was sie im Lager haben und über das sie sich gegenseitig Leihanfragen stellen können.
wikiHow ist eine weltweite Gemeinschaft von tausenden von Leuten mit einem Ziel: Die ganze Welt an ihrem Wissen teilhaben zu lassen.