WELCOME TO THE DIGITAL COMMONS POLICY COUNCIL
A THINK TANK FOR THE COMMONS
PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT YOU PAY ATTENTION TO
Welcome to the Digital Commons Policy Council website. The DCPC is an international think tank established in 2021. It aims to increase the recognition of the benefits of digital commons such as free and open source software and Wikipedia, and of the volunteer labour which produces these common goods. It does so by producing evidence-based public reports and other resources.
First planning meeting
2024 DCPC Policy Lab organising committee (Daly, Meyer, O’Neil, Shulz)
Researcher contributions to R packages development: Evidence from GitHub, Australian Social Network Analysis Conference (ASNAC), UNSW, Sydney 27-28 November
Digital Commons Policy Council (2022) Report on the production of digital commons and on the conditions of the organisation and action of the Digital Commons Policy Council. DCPC/NMRC, University of Canberra, DOI:10.25916/7wbc-4909.
O’Neil M, Cai X, Muselli L, Pailler F & Zacchiroli S (2021) The coproduction of open source software by volunteers and big tech firms. DCPC/NMRC, University of Canberra, DOI:10.25916/r8vg-hd09.