P2P Foundation : https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Toward_an_Open_Cooperativism
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Open Co-operativism - a theory combining commons-oriented open peer production models with common ownership and governance models such as those of the co-operatives and the solidarity economic models
Bauwens, Michel, and Vasilis Kostakis (2014) From the Communism of Capital to Capital for the Commons: Towards an Open Co-Operativism. Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society 12(1): 356–361.
This theory can be found in two key licenses:
1. Creative Commons (CC) Non-Commercial (CC) License - offers protection to individuals reluctant to share, but not those who want to commercialize on their work and receive a reward them their hard work and or labor 2. Peer Production License (PPL) (designed by Kleiner 2010 and Filippi/Vieria 2013) - allows commercialization based on demand for reciprocity - designed to enable a counter-hegemonic reciprocal economy combining commons open to all that contribute, while charging a license fee for profit seeking enterprises who want to use it without contributing