[okfn-discuss] The Open Handbook - a One Week Book project
michael.bauer at okfn.org
Mon Dec 10 09:17:22 UTC 2012
Fiurst of all one week book - this makes 52 Books/year?
I do think that the topic of openness can use more well written advocacy
material from different perspectives.
One thing I believe is crucial these days is to look at the copyright
debate as well: How can we make our standard ways more open?
A resource for this would be lawrence lessigs free culture:
Will spam you more if more comes in mind.
On Sun, Dec 09, 2012 at 12:29:52AM +1030, John Baxter wrote:
> Hello OKFN!
> I found out about OKFN doing background research for a One Week Book I'm
> writing next week. I'm working on an Open Handbook (guidebook for
> openness). Interpret that how you will. : ) It's early days yet and the
> topic is yet to emerge fully. (I have notes on the topic
> Would appreciate some advice... The big question - do you think there's a
> book worth writing in that topic statement, that hasn't already been
> written? I'd also like to know if you can point me in the direction of
> references that have covered the topic.
> Also, if you want to keep up with it, I'm using a Facebook
> my docs are also open - e.g. project
> *John Baxter*
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