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Association COAGUL

assocoagul (coagul)

LUG de Dijon, COAGUL est l'acronyme de : "Côte-d’Or - Association Générale des Utilisateurs de Logiciels libres". Par simplicité de compréhension on lui préfère généralement le nom d’Association Générale des Utilisateurs de Logiciels libres en Côte d’Or. L'association fait la promotion des logiciels libres en Côte d'Or grâce à de nombreuses actions. Elle anime aussi des ateliers informatiques de tout niveau sur les logiciels libres.

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Digital Artisan

dartisan (egberto)

The personal site of Egberto Fuentes a Free Software and Free Culture programmer/artist.

Main interests: gamedev and fantasy art.

All the works on this site use the GNU General Public License (for the code) and Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (for the art).

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Metagovernment

metagov (epastore)

The mission of the Metagovernment project is to support the development and use of Internet tools which enable the members of any community to fully participate in the governance of that community. We are a global organization of people working on various projects which further this goal.

Each of the participating projects is developed independently of Metagovernment.org, and thus determines its own licensing strategy. Metagovernment acts as a forum for communication between project developers, promotes interests common to its participating projects, and engages in projects benefiting the community such as the development of an open data standard to enable the exchange of data between related projects.

While Metagovernment.org does not currently develop software, it supports the development of FOSS and most (but not all) of its members are developers of FOSS.

Our Basic Principles are (1) Government of, by, and for all the people – Anyone may contribute to any open source governance structure, and (2) Openness in everything – All aspects of governance will be as open as possible, under the principle of radical transparency. All software and systems used to run administrations will be free, open source software and systems.

More information about the organization can be found on our wiki (http://metagovernment.org).

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