@Antanicus @Matt_Noyes @bhaugen @Graham_Mitchell @mako Recent exchanges in social.coop prompted me to frame a couple of questions on "the uses of platforms" . . Reflections on diverse (not divergent?) political cultures in the field of platforming and commoning.
I posted in Commons Transition Loomio, where @asimong has left some thoughts on wikis and 'curating' resources in commons.
@bhaugen Bob, could you give a couple of links on recent P2PF focus on carrying capacity or biophysical limits of bioregions? I agree it's a further dimension, especially as regards commons politics of indigeneity and enclosure as well as carbon/warming. Thanks
Best to ask in that Loomio thread. Michel has all the references.
But J.B. Quiligan and Paul B. Hartzog seem to be two of the main participants in the conversations.
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