New release of Kune published (codename “15M”)

What we have seen these days in the movement 15M in the Spanish cities (and extensible to the Arab revolutions), has been a similar scenario to what we have lived all these years in, but condensed in a few … Continued

Kune sees the light

After several years of work, we can finally introduce the first release of Kune. Kune is a free software (AGPLv3) that focuses on building free/libre contents collaboratively, focused on organization work and web content publishing. You can check out a … Continued

Collaborations & Trainings in Comunes

Comunes launched a while ago its Trainings as a way of allowing students and contributors to get introduced in free open source software & leading technologies while contributing in real projects… which are pretty interesting, actually 😉 Nowadays we have: … Continued

Egypt protesters managing the Commons

In times of crisis, the Commons cannot be forgotten. In fact, they become more essential than ever. In the recent uprising in Egypt, protesters have taken over Cairo and other cities. The brutal state police, overwhelmed by the situation, is … Continued

How cognitive surplus will change the world

Clay Shirky: “Cognitive surplus (…) represents the ability of the world’s population to volunteer and to contribute and collaborate on large, sometimes global, projects (…) The world has over a trillion hours a year of free time to commit to … Continued