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Video of the Day: Jacopo Amistani on the Open Source Ecology Project in Europe

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Michel Bauwens
20th August 2013

“The network of Open Source Ecology in Italy have to face new challenges and have new opportunity to deal with. There are a lot off differences between the USA and Europe and we will not let this differences stop us. The diffusion and the reproduction of the GVCS and the realisation of the Open Source Economy are the main goal of the movement and we want to to let people know how to contribute and diffuse our proposals and how we think to solve the main issues of OSE in Europe.”

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