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.

local services

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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