Co-OS

Sustainable

Open Source

IT Infrastructure

Keywords: Community-Scale, Public-Private Stakeholder Partnerships, Open Access, Multi-Lingual Systems, Human-Centered Design, Dynamic Governance Models, Local Workforce Capacity, Post-Partisan Economic Solidarity, Network Sustainability & Resiliency​

A Socio-Technical Framework for Cooperative Ecosystem Development

Open Web APIs

Creative

Commons

A Creative Commons (CC) license is one of several public copyright licenses that enable the free distribution of an otherwise copyrighted work. A CC license is used when an author wants to give people the right to share, use, and build upon a work that they have created.

Distribute licensing costs of 3rd party subscriptions

Economies of Scale & Scope

Members
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A healthy system must be able to accommodate many diverse human experiences threading into a connective tissue. Experience is expressed through language and communication, and we understand that must also be reflected in the technology we adopt.

Adaptable

API-Driven Architecture

Apply your own branding and design, in any web language...

Sustainable Governance

Transparency — Equivalence — Agile

In-Network Opportunity Sourcing

Hire in-network talent to keep value circulating within the cooperative ecosystem.

Self-Organizing

Share and work together however you want, whenever you want.

Co-opifying Product & Service Design Opportunities

Early Frameworks CLIOS (Complex Large-Scaled Integrated Open Systems

Request Your Own Node on the Distributed Network

This open network infrastructure and economic framework will offer entrepreneurs, organizations, and community groups a sustainable technological backbone to franchise efforts around member’s shared technical needs, distributing risk and reward.

Interested in joining in the early design process?

rewards

for new & existing customers

Group Discounts

for new & existing customers

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