The American project of an Open Source political party for 2012’s election seems to be very interesting. I think that it’s better to concentrate on freedom of speech and association, democratic participation rights. I feel that difficult themes as the monetary system can frighten people. Otherwise, you can speak about small loans as in the Mohammed Yunus (Nobel Prize for his Grameen Bank project), or about the thesis of the end of poverty of Jeffrey Sachs (whose corollary is that people can be freeing from hard works and keep money with cultural life). Nevertheless, the idea of a political party seems to be a bit naif and not to much solid. Perhaps it’s better to concentrate on Open Source’s philosophic meaning. This is the future. This is Enlightenment. This is Open Source.
Open Source as Enlightenment