Open Source Knowledge Commons


Influenced by the open source software movement, making the mechanics of research as visible as possible and allowing free sharing of resources from all stages and creating freely accessible repositories of knowledge and expertise

(produce no waste)



Resisting enclosure



Open source is not the same as open access. Accessibility is of course necessary, but no use if outputs are not comprehensible or useful: Clear Language is also vital. Relevance and utility are also important: making sure every output from the research fulfils a clear function is an important application of the principle produce no waste.

Wheeled by Wagn v. 1.12.13