A presentation at Ethereum Berlin Meetup: Growing Open Source in in Berlin, Germany by Boris Mann
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Quote from Ted’s blog:
This is not communism, it’s about preserving the freedom/openness of the web at a basic level, since the software in the commons will be available to anyone, and not controlled by a corporation with a profit motive. It’s about fostering innovation by providing a base that can easily adapted or used as a ground for experimentation. We foster innovation by lowering the threshold so that passionate, talented people can get involved right where they can help the most. In short, commons-based peer production.
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