Consumerium - Enhancing Consumer Informedness - Kuluttajien voimaannuttamista jo vuodesta 2002
Welcome, newcomers to our set of 1,168 Consumerium Effort development wiki articles crafted in the spirit of our philosophy where fairtrade, political consumerism, copyleft, free software, moral purchasing, consumer activism and shareholder activism are close to the core.
Consumerium itself is a not-for-profit effort to enable display of product information to consumers and feedback to the producers to enhance the consumer experience and to keep this planet as hospitable as possible.
We are collaborating under the GFDL license, to design a healthy buying infrastructure. We are identifying hardware requirements for storage, transport and display of varying levels of product information to consumers and feedback to producers at the point of purchase to enhance the consumer experience, advance product development and to keep this planet as hospitable as possible.
How Consumerium differs from Wikipedia in a nutshell - a timeless classic from 2004
Consumerium's lists of useful things and services
Thank yous for tech
The Executive Summary page is a 5 minute read to Consumerium.
Buycott a mobile and web app with same goals as Consumerium; consumer empowerment.
Responsible Shopper ( USA )
The Good Shopping Guide ( UK )
Share your consumer experiences
SumOfUs.org ( World-wide activist effort )
Utopia.de by Utopia Stiftung ( Deutsch )
Be smart about computer issues
AlternativeTo.net (crowdsourced software/website recommendations)
The Green Web Foundation (Green hosting selection site and add-on)
The Hunger Site ( World-wide )
Consumerium.org on Consumium.org free social media:
Consumerium presence in commercial social media:
For editing practice, try playing in the Sandbox.
Get in touch: #Consumerium on w:freenode w:irc network. firstname.lastname@example.org Diaspora* pod ( since 2013 ). E-mail User:Juboxi via the send email function of this MediaWiki or call / sms the lowest troll and/or sysop(presseur) at the number given here
Use [[w:Fairtrade]] to link to Wikipedia's article on fairtrade and [[w:fr:Commerce équitable]] to link to the article in the French Wikipedia as simple as that. ( works for all languages, just insert the correct lang code ). Avoid unnecessary replicating, we're in the GFDL part of the world after all :)