A toolkit for exercising collective conditions for openness, access and authorship. https://vvvvvvaria.org/not-for-any/
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README.txt

Not for Any*

About the toolkit

Through this toolkit we propose to (re)turn (to) the politics of open licenses. With it, we create space for collective engagement with licenses from a (techno)feminist perspective in a playful and embodied way. The toolkit includes a series of exercises to do this with.

The exercises are an invitation to unfold context specific understandings of them and explore situated formats and imaginaries of openness and freedom. While staying close to the presence of our different bodies, different priviledges and different conditions, the exercises will hopefully make space for intense engagements, playful activities and compelling conversations.


© Varia, 2020 - This toolkit is published under:https://git.pixie.town/thufie/NPL/src/branch/master/NPL.txt" target="new">The Non-Violent Public License v5 (NPLv5), more information can be found at: https://thufie.lain.haus/NPL.html

The Non-Violent Public license is a freedom-respecting sharealike license for both the author of a work as well as those subject to a work. It aims
to protect the basic rights of human beings from exploitation and the earth from plunder. It aims to ensure a copyrighted work is forever available
for public use, modification, and redistribution under the same terms so long as the work is not used for harm.