FABx (the annual international Fab Lab meeting) has had to go online this year because of you-know, but precisely because of the opportunities for a better world, the line-up/programme is intriguing and worth investing time in, e.g. Juliet Schor is speaking on Wednesday on cooperatives and Rebooting Economies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4khW0LOSZfM&feature=youtu.be
registration for the whole conference here https://fabxlive.fabevent.org
this is really the time to promote coops where they are needed (!!!)
#socialcoop I'll be on at the end of that session so be on youtube with your questions and comments - so I can refer to the experts here in this group regarding material peer production and grassroots innovation - and survival for maker groups into 2020--->
good examples of alternative economies in material peer production (challenges, opportunities, what-a-dirty-mess) also welcome, I can point to some in my brief intro
addition, it would be great to do a rapid spint miro board of collated ideas, and I will propose this / set it up if I can manage amidst other pressing things tomorrow
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