[permaculture] Open Source Permaculture
chriswaterguy at appropedia.org
Mon Apr 16 03:46:23 EDT 2012
Btw, does anyone have any news on permaculture.info? Is it possible to
recover the information that was on there?
On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 01:06, Chris Watkins
<chriswaterguy at appropedia.org>wrote:
> Hi folks - have you seen the *Open Source Permaculture<http://www.indiegogo.com/OpenPermaculture>
> *project? They're fundraising, and are just over a day from the finish
> I believe this will be a real boost for permaculture. For one thing,
> they're being really collaborative - e.g. for the permaculture wiki,
> they'll be using Appropedia. And for the ebook, when we put an argument for
> using an open license (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike), they
> agreed and acted on it. And Sophia Novack seems to have a history of
> getting things done.
> So, I'd encourage you to keep an eye on this project. And if you're in a
> position to contribute, please do. If you want to read more:
> - Open Source Permaculture: Interview with Sophia Novak<http://lynnfang.com/2012/03/open-source-permaculture-interview-with-sophia-novak/>
> , *Upcycled Love*.
> - Crowdfunding Open Source Permaculture<http://www.shareable.net/blog/crowd-funding-open-source-permaculture>
> , *Shareable*.
> - Open Source Permaculture<http://www.permies.com/t/13927/permaculture/Open-Source-Permaculture>
> , discussion on *Permies.com*. ("Open source" "open content" and "open
> licenses" explained)
> (Btw, I see that Permaculture.info was up briefly but went down again -
> this is really unfortunate, and it highlights the need for a central,
> well-maintained resource, with public backups, that we can build together.)
> Chris Watkins
> Appropedia.org - Sharing knowledge to build rich, sustainable lives.
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