Re: [jox] New Draft CFP
- From: Raoul <raoulv club-internet.fr>
- Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 10:30:30 +0200
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Hi Mathieu and all,
Yes. It is true that "based" and "oriented" may encompass each other,
but they may not. "commons based and oriented" sounds fine.
But I think it would be useful to be
more specific and integrate both ideas by writing: “commons-
based **and** commons-oriented production”. That might seem
redundant, but “based” may mean that only the input is “common”.
“Commons-oriented” makes more explicit that the output is also
OK, well I see your point but stylistically it is a bit heavy to have both in my view. Whichever one encompasses the other could be put in - or alternatively a formulation like "commons-based and oriented"?