September 11th, 2006

Nicholas Gruen will be talking on social production and open source in Melbourne on Wednesday. It’s for the Fabian society (impressed that Race Mathews has kept this going).


“New Models of Social Production: Open Source and its economic and social significance.�

Meeting details are 6 for 6:30pm to 8pm, Wednesday, 13 September, in Meeting Room 1, Trades Hall (Victoria Street Entrance), Cnr Lygon and Victoria Streets, Carlton. Australian Fabian Society members $6, non-members $8, concession $3.

It sounds fascinating. I’ll chase the paper and report on it if I get time.

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  1. Tom
    September 13th, 2006 at 20:52 | #1

    Unfortunately another speaker was engaged for the same date and Nicholas Gruen’s talk has been moved to the 4th of October (provisionally, I am sure some official details will be forthcoming).

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