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An Update On The Open Source Project 'Xoreos' Concerning The Witcher

xoreos is a FLOSS project aiming to reimplement BioWare's Aurora engine (and derivatives), covering their games starting with Neverwinter Nights and potentially up to Dragon Age II. This post gives a short update on the current progress.
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SaysUs Project Seeks FLOSS Collaborators

SaysUs Project Seeks FLOSS Collaborators | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

SaysUs just has become affiliated to May First / People Link (https://mayfirst.org), which has been providing useful IT services to the activists and movements around the world.  We did just send the below text to the comrades involved in and collaborate each other at May First / People Link networked cooperative. Yet our call is open to all floss developers, commoners, activists and anyone who shares the vision that we tried to formulate in the text as simple as possible. We invite all comrades around the world who share similar values and virtues to join us and engage with our comrades at May First / People Link network.

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The Transition to Free Libre and Open Source So...

The Transition to Free Libre and Open Source So... | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
The period of transition between our current capitalist economic and social system and a socialist economy is a very controversial subject among socialists.
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Peer Production Licence - to achieve the tranistion to the FLOSS societies!

Peer Production Licence - to achieve the tranistion to the FLOSS societies! | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

today we have a paradox, the more communistic the sharing license we use, the more capitalistic the practice, with the Linux commons becoming a corporate commons enriching IBM and the like … it works in a certain way, and seems acceptable to most free software developers, but is it the only way.

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