[ox-en] Re: European 'open' policy experts
- From: Andrea Glorioso <andrea digitalpolicy.it>
- Date: Sun, 06 Jan 2008 11:11:55 +0100
thanks for your kind offer, which I will try to turn into reality as
soon as possible - something which, with 36 institutions being in the
network, might not be as quick as one might think.
Collaboration between COMMUNIA, the P2P Foundation, as well as the
Oekonux project/list would be, in my opinion, highly positive - surely
for the final results of COMMUNIA, and hopefully for the counterparts
as well. I will discuss this with the project's coordinator,
Prof. Juan Carlos De Martin, at the earliest occasion.
Thanks a lot,
"Michel" == Michel Bauwens <michelsub2004 gmail.com> writes:
> Hi Andrea, Concerning the policy pages, I woud be totally open
> to co-brand the pages with Communia, and/or find if there is a
> system whereby pages can be automatically copied to another wiki
> at the same time.
> I'm also willing to do the dunkey work as a documentarian,
> putting online any documentation that is send to me via email
> and such.
> Whatever works for you guys if fine to me. Please also note the
> Standards pages which focus on open standards and
> interoperability issues, as well as the goal of creating 'true
> distributed infrastructures',
> On Jan 6, 2008 2:25 AM, Andrea Glorioso
> <andrea digitalpolicy.it> wrote:
> Dear Michael,
>>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Bauwens <michelsub2003 yahoo.com>
>> Dear Andrea, Living in Thailand, I can of course not attend
>> this event.
> That's very unfortunate, although of course I can understand
> the difficulties in travelling from so far away.
> I do hope that somebody else from the Oekonux list will be
> able to make it - let me remind everybody that the workshop is
> free of charge, we only request registration for security/legal
> reasons (the room has a maximum capacity).
>> I was wondering if you were aware of our growing pages on
>> and in particular our new directory of policy consultants that
>> aims to match politicians and policy advisers, starting with
>> European countries.
> I was not aware of either pages, but this sounds like
> something that we should discuss upon to check whether
> collaboration with COMMUNIA could be possible.
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pensioners. Everyone else is unconsequential" (Bernhard Warner)