Hello community and network!
I just thought of it the other day that I would like to share some reading recommendations to grow the activity of the open-movement. I believe that the sharing of knowledge within the network is key to creating a learning organization that constantly builds capacity with its people and work.
There is a good start for a longer reading list on the Open Knowledge Wiki. Please check it out, contribute with your recommendations and external lists connected to the fields connected to our purpose.
There was an existing list which there is a link to on the wiki. The one who has a backup - please add it to the wiki: http://drn.okfn.org/node/2a