Below you will find some links to resources that provide information on a broad range of topics, but each of them shows what can be achieved to help such things as transparency, free markets, democracy, and participation. Some of them accuse, others help promote and build a better world. Don’t think I’m an idealist. I’m very much into what Karl Popper labeled as “social engineering” (nothing related to geeks here) and believe in results and facts. So below, you’ll find a collection of web sites that also share something else in common: they all use Free Software and Open Source technologies to power them. That’s also how the power of conversation, risen from the Internet culture and bred with FOSS, has emerged today as being the way we conceive the Internet. And that’s just the beginning…
- A map of the word censorship on the Internet
- The International Open Source Network
- Fighting for the freedom of the internet and a free information infrastructure
- Against fake standards
- How to start your own advocacy campaign (some ideas for activists)
Enjoy your day!