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== Primitivist or [[high-tech]]? ==
 
== Primitivist or [[high-tech]]? ==
* [http://www.globalvillages.org/ Global Villages] - [http://www.give.at/give/gvn/gvndraft.htm 1997 idea draft]
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* For archival purpose: [http://www.give.at/give/gvn/gvndraft.htm 1997 idea draft]
  
Some [[ecovillages]] in beautiful natural places seemed to attract people who somehow rejected mainstream society, its governance and economics, but also its technology.
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Some [[ecovillages]] in beautiful natural places attract people who somehow rejected mainstream society, its governance and economics, but also its technology.
  
 
[[:share:User:Dante|Dante]] understands such approach, yet would like to experiment with the use of open source peer produced technologies, and p2p collaboration over the internet.
 
[[:share:User:Dante|Dante]] understands such approach, yet would like to experiment with the use of open source peer produced technologies, and p2p collaboration over the internet.

Revision as of 12:51, 17 March 2018

Abandoned villages are great for camping and setting up nomad bases.

Re-Settlement Approaches

Primitivist or high-tech?

Some ecovillages in beautiful natural places attract people who somehow rejected mainstream society, its governance and economics, but also its technology.

Dante understands such approach, yet would like to experiment with the use of open source peer produced technologies, and p2p collaboration over the internet.

Neo-Nomad approach to networking Re-Settlement initiatives

Possibility of using neo-nomad approaches to create and empower trust building for intentional networked connections and collaborations between individual village re-settlements.


Places

In Spain / Iberia

Pyrennees