[Discuss] Digital Commons panel @ IASC European Regional Conference (Bern, 10-13 May)
wouter at freeknowledge.eu
Mon Jan 11 09:54:01 UTC 2016
On 11-01-16 10:34, Antoine C wrote:
> Hi Wouter,
> hank you for your sharing.
> Le 05/01/2016 11:55, Wouter Tebbens a écrit :
>> We invite you to submit a paper.
> #04 - Energy
> I could try to write a paper on this, focusing on small hardwares with
> easy-to-build-every-where-around-the-world designs theory, but I'm not
> really sure to be as accurate as I would like to be, because of lack of
> time to write this kind of paper.
> As you know I'm quiet involved in such project area : the Voosilla small
> wind turbine project
> What do you think of such of paper ? Could this match with conference
> intentions ?
I think it would be very interesting if on the one hand you could
explain the more theoretical side of this and and the other the
practical value of your particular project. Consider that outside our
small (but growing!) commons-based hardware community not many people
have a profound understanding yet of why all this matters. Even many
people seriously engaged in the more traditional commons often have
limited understanding of the working of digital commons. Would that fit
in your interests? It would be great to have you there.
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