BIO

De Remix Biens Communs

FR

Simon SARAZIN travaille sur plusieurs expériences menées à Lille : http//unisson.co : plateforme mettant en avant quelques pistes d'ingrédients pour construire des communs, http:// encommuns.org, http://imagination.social (2 plateformes open sources visant à repérer recenser des communs et des initiatives citoyennes). Il contribue au lancement lors de l'événement les ROUMICS 2015, d'un travail de préfiguration de l'assemblée des communs, qui se tient à Lille chaque dernier jeudi du mois. Il est aussi régulièrement en lien avec les contributeurs de Sharelex et travaille également sur la création d'une LSC (Legal Service for Commons http://unisson.co/wiki/lsc visant à héberger et à protéger des communs. Durant l'été 2015, avec Marion Rousseau, il a animé une coopérative de jeunes à Boulogne sur Mer (Entre'Coop).

EN

Working in Lille as an independent where i spend most of my time to find solutions on how to develop commons and how to converge between all the competing initiatives. I contribute to different « commons » projects :

For example, we started a « Lille Commons Assembly » one year ago. Together, we try to connect the local "commons" and support them. This year, with an other community of innovators whose name is "Catalyst", we try to find answers to the problem of money distribution to contributors in commons, with an important focus on a take what you want system that we test on different projects, and inspired by the Gratipay experience.

I’m also involved in coworking places in Lille where we really want to go one step further by developing property ownership as a common, exactly as "Terre de Liens" do for the lands. Also, i follow the «duniter » project, a tool to implement basic income through libre currencies. I think it's one of the most important project we need currently. I also tried to developp http://encommuns.org , a platform to help people converging around commons projects (this platform should soon merge into an other platform). I also contribute to a wikibooks where we share experiences on how to build commons.

In Lille, we are also starting to developp a local chamber of commons to make public and private sector use commons but also contribute to them (here is an english presentation about one of the solution we experiment). I also contribute to develop the "Fabrique des Mobilites", an accelerator program dedicated to mobility projects where we started a "call for commons" so that competing companies have to work together around commons if they want public support.