Video of the Day: FLOKSociety opens its investigation

The FlokSociety transition project in Ecuador, which is producing policies for the realization of open and social knowledge economies, is starting a series of dialogues between the researchers of the project and local and global open knowledge advocates. Here, research director Michel Bauwens presents the general framework, and local advocates including Raphael Boniface (free software, ASLE) and Carlos Correa (Creative Commons, Ecuador), as well as an open data researcher from UTPL discuss the general issues of the transition.