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Ontology

- towards a new ontology

The invitation to move towards a commons oriented community of practice includes an invitation to co-create an appropriate ontology.

Feel free to contribute into the Google documents linked below.

Agency & capacity
Community
Commons & commoning
Communities of practice
Tangible commons
Intangible commons
Platform cooperatives
Community currencies
Peer-governance
Peer-property
Peer-production
Peer-learning
Commons transition
Just tranistion
Transformative agency & capacity
Commons & commoning

 

Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Tangible commons: Heritage commons
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Intangible commons: Knowledge commons
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Communities of practice

Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. (Wenger 1998)

 

Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Platform cooperatives 
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Community currencies
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Peer-governance
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Peer-property
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Peer-production

Commons-based peer production (CBPP) is a term coined by Harvard Law School professor Yochai Benkler. It describes a model of socio-economic production in which large numbers of people work cooperatively; usually over the InternetCommons-based projects generally have less rigid hierarchical structures than those under more traditional business models. (Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commons-based_peer_production, 26.03.21)

Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Peer-learning
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Commons transition
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Just transition
Contextual relevance & proposed principles
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives
Adaptive & transformative capacity  
Contextual relevance & proposed indicators
Definitions
Literature & journals
Organisations, networks, programs & initiatives