DiDIY Policy Patterns:About

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  • This is a wiki for the development of Policy Patterns.
  • It has been initiated by members of the DiDIY Project but is intended to be used by a much wider community.
  • It is intended for the development of patterns that are applicable to those involved in Digital DIY, namely those that have adopted DIY tools and activities who freely share their designs and ideas using internet tools. This includes most of those that are involved with Makerspaces or FabLabs.
  • The current administrator is Bruce Edmonds of the Centre for Policy Modelling, who can be contacted by email if necessary (bruce@edmonds.name)