The term WikiNomics stems from "wiki + economics" and assumes special economic forms based on wikis and similar online community structures.
Some basic ideas were formulated in the bestseller "WikiNomics -How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything" by Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams", published 2006, dedicated to "our children ... " with the hope "that it helps our generation open up the economy to yours", the real promise remains to be elaborated in wiki communities and beyond.
Although WikiNomics is marshalled as the new Economics of the 21th century, based on Wiki Culture ..., what about a community of wikizens, who realize to G FosterEachOther, embracing the economical sense.
Although you find a wiki, where the principles of peer-production could be applied to the publishing process SocialText:WikiNomics and the sharing of income, it doesn't appear realizing it.
Although it doesn't act as OpenBusiness, let alone ExtremeOpenBusiness yet, it may be a step into this direction, when peer-producers share inspiration, work and fun in public.
But what about actually sharing revenue or at least collaborating to find new models of work and revenue sharing?
Please correct, if I have missed something.
fridemar 16:41, 7 September 2009 (PDT) (From my earlier contribution to Meatball)
FridemarPache (FP): I have registered for that wiki, and recommend wikizens from here and everywhere to join. Has somebody made their first experiences there?
Fortunately there is a wiki, where the principles of peer-production and peer-marketing are applied to the publishing process http://www.socialtext.net/wikinomics/index.cgi?wikinomics.
fridemar 19:09, 14 April 2009 (PDT): I have registered for that wiki, and recommend wikizens from here and everywhere to join. Has somebody made their first experiences there?
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