More specifically, the positioning is gaining clarity on what we are trying to solve for, with our open economic ideals. Is it about a way to get open products to market?
One candidate in more detail: We are solving for Distributed Market Substitution of common near-products by: 1. developing common open source production machinery, 2. making licensing transparent, 3. creating training materials for producers, and 4. producing a distribution website based on open source microfactories. Microfactory includes secondary business model of training other producers, in using the microfactory, to produce a circular economy supply chain. We are solving for crap jobs - taking people out of regular jobs into distributive economics which are founded on sharing. This solves for environmental degradation, and social justice. Bryan Stevenson - "The opposite of poverty is not wealth... the opposite of poverty is justice.” This justice may be interpreted broadly, to include not only a more sound legal system, but sound environmental stewardship that must be at the foundation of the modern economy.
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- Towards open source economy, interviewing leading seminal players, and current entrepreneurs.
- Movement entrepreneurship starts with unlimited learning and constant updating of mental models for personal and political performance.
- For interviewees, "So tell me, teach me everything that you know about X in the next hour?" Note that the mark of a genius is an answer, "Sure." The ones that say "There's too much to share" are not yet at the top.
- Must be seminal thinkers or agents running publically-recognized and ahead-of-their-time content.
- Must relate to collaborative design for a transparent and inclusive economy of abundance
- Approach must be inclusive - of all interests from left or right, red or green, black or white, whatever. We care about expanding conscsiousness and providing a balanced viewpoint slanted to supercooperation and the collaborative economy.
- Joshua Pearce, Catarina, and Alicia
- Free Hardware interests
- Free Hardware initial standards interests
- Good projects - FreeCAD
- Another level - Vinay
- VESC - with Vedder - on the VESC Project. Featuring a market-dominating product.
- Martin Nowak - . Possibly other authors of related books. Dr. Seems low on the humility scale, so this should be kept in mind - see review . Extended critique of book in another review - . Notes: from the critiques the importance of biased perspective comes to mind. At all times - what are the competing theories? What are both the strongpoints and shortcomings of the current proposition? What does a synthesis of contending viewpoints look like? This would qualify as OSE's 'inclusive' aspect in its Vision, which means we take the arguments from all sides.