[P2P-F] The Political Principles of Peer-to-Peer Advocacy
samuel.rose at gmail.com
Sat Feb 5 15:47:50 CET 2011
This is a draft/ongoing work.
We're actively making contribution to sites like appropedia, p2pf
wiki, etc part of our work practice. If we discuss something relevant
during our work day, we are going to try to contribute ASAP
(blog/wiki). This means that some of the material might be in various
stages of completion since we have limited time. However, I'll commit
to maintain and grow that page. Feel free to add to it. We wanted to
keep it really simple, but also link out to all of the great deep
material that is already in the wiki that discusses the concepts.
(I've started doing that).
I want to use this page to discuss P2P Political Advocacy with people
who are not familiar with the concepts we talk about as we work out in
the world (especially here in industrial midwest), and I wanted to
point them to this page.
What do you think so far?
On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 3:44 AM, Michel Bauwens <michelsub2004 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Political Principles of Peer-to-Peer Advocacy
> Dear Sam/Paul/Richard,
> I have been ill today and yesterday afternoon, and behind in my emails,
> is this a finished product, or a draft?
> P2P Foundation: http://p2pfoundation.net - http://blog.p2pfoundation.net
> Connect: http://p2pfoundation.ning.com; Discuss:
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