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Actors and collectives related with Platoniq's philosophy and practice who collaborated or are still collaborating with us. Thanks to Contributors, Youcoop's ecosystem is sustainable and its field of action is always full of new ideas.
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Heloisa Primavera

Published on 12/01/2008 - Contributors

Self-management, Sharing resources, P2P economy, Communities / Networks, ICTs

Participate in: Redes de Trueque, Reinventando el Mercado - Juego de las 5 Columnas

Biologist and sociologist. Creator of the Solidarity Exchange Network in Argentina. She has been trained in various schools of thought in Latin America: Social Cybernetics, initiated by W. De Gregori since the 70s in Brazil; Constructivist Linguistics Epistemology, developed by the School of Santiago from the work of Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela and Fernando Flores. She is a consultant for public and private organizations, especially in the area of organizational... Read more
Michael Linton

Michael Linton

Published on 12/01/2008 - Contributors

Co-Learning, P2P economy

Participate in: LETSystems and Open Money

Graduated in Engineering and systems, an active advocate, developer and researcher of community currencies since 1982, when he designed and implemented the first LETSystems in Canada. Today Michael is a systems developer who mainly works in open money and projects such as community way that are designed to fund themselves with their own production. In addition to this survey requested by Platoniq, Michael Linton dedicated one of the Open Money podcasts to answer live our questions about LETSplay and offered his vision on the... Read more
Felipe Fonseca. BCK 2008

MetaReciclagem

Published on 12/01/2008 - Contributors

Self-management, P2P economy, Communities / Networks, Tecnology reappropiation, ICTs, Analogies of digital

Participate in: Collective Moderation, MetaReciclagem

MetaReciclagem is an open network formed by people located in different parts of Brazil and abroad. Its members develop decentralized projects and actions that seek the appropriation of technology and media production by using a participatory methodology that promotes education, social engagement and innovation. They managed to start up more than a dozen of autonomous low-tech laboratories and many other independent projects sponsored by the... Read more
Felipe Fonseca. BCK 2008

Felipe Fonseca

Published on 01/13/2009 - Contributors

Self-management, P2P economy, Communities / Networks, Tecnology reappropiation, ICTs, Analogies of digital

Participate in: Collective Moderation, MetaReciclagem

Felipe Fonseca is co-founder of MetaReciclagem, researcher and coordinator of projects related to collective production, independent media, open software and critical appropriation of technology. Felipe Fonseca has been one of the coordinators of the Digital Culture project, and responsible for developing the online interfaces to over 600 media centers that have been implemented by the Brazil's Ministry of Culture. Read more
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Telekommunisten

Published on 12/01/2008 - Contributors

P2P economy, Tecnology reappropiation, ICTs, Analogies of digital

Participate in: Venture Communism, P2P versus Web 2.0 - Network Economics: The Game

The Telekommunisten group was founded on May 1st 2006. It aims to put venture communism into practice. Based on the premise that Politics power is an extension of Economics power, venture communism says that workers in the world will not be able to cope with the problems imposed by capitalism and the corporation’s rules, unless they first produce and share in a different way, leaving the task force under a community shared production, thereby reducing the extraction... Read more
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