JoPP issue #9 on "Alternative Internets"
Journal of Peer Production's issue #9 on "Alternative Internets" is out, and it includes a very diverse list of contributions, which each in their own ways point towards a more democratic and more inclusive Internet.
Three of these articles feature netCommons' partners including the editorial, a peer-reviewed paper on the Ninux.org case study and an experimental submission on legal policies of Internet platforms.
netCommons also funded the design and printing of a "preview" of the issue, including selected fragments from all articles in a 24page booklet [pdf], which was distributed during the 4S/EASST conference in Barcelona.
All content by JoPP is in the public domain and is available here: http://peerproduction.net/