Free Eco Wisdom
for showing to new people
Download writings at:
MEK_ker.odt (religion, HU)
MEK_inf.odt (IT, HU)
FEWS_hu.txt (book txt)
FEWS_en.txt (book txt)
minfaith.txt (7 essays/EN)
rovid.csv (database, HU)
rovid.txt (database, HU)
rovidISO.txt (database, HU)
Download public domain code:
FEWS.zip (whole homepage)
The essence of the theory in essays
1.2. Eco-friendly sentences
1.3. Environmentalism and survival
1.4. Environmentalism and faith
1.5. Environmentalism and ethical theory
1.6. Ethical environmentalism, good advice
1.7. Political environmentalism, alliance
1.8. Political environmentalism, warning
An incomplete collection of eco-friendly ideas
2.1. Eco-friendly games
2.2. Eco-friendly, economical life
2.3. Ideas to people working in politics
2.4. Ideas to the rich
2.5. Ideas to activists
2.6. Ideas to researchers
Corrections, errata since April 2014
1.8. 1.6. 1.6. 1.12. 1.12. 1.12. 2.1. 2.3. 2.5. 2.5. 2.5. 2.7. 2.7. 2.2. 2.2. 2.6. 2.5. 1.3. 1.3. 1.10. 1.11. 1.12. 1.12. 1.12. 1.7. 1.9,1.10,1.11,1.12 removed, mankind/humankind etc, 1.8. 1.2 removed, 1.6 changed to white environmentalism, 2.7 moved to the place of 1.2.
Note: there were also translation errors, but those were not shown here. Before April 2014, there were also a lot of corrections on the book. Note that the writings shown above in HTML5 have a WikiBooks version which I uploaded there, and you can append to that version if you like.
FEcoWebS = Free Eco Web Services = Free Eco Wisdom
This was started as an environmentalist project in the beginning of 2012 CE, its short name is FEcoWebS (from the abbreviation of Free Eco Web Services). Primarily, the free service of ourproject.org gives place to it, but it can be installed to other places too. The main output of the project was a homepage, but the title at the top of the homepage was eventually renamed, to better reflect its content - thus its title became "Free Eco Wisdom". The development of the project stopped in about 2014, and only corrections appeared on the homepage afterwards, and Árpád Fekete's newer public domain works were uploaded to the FTP page of the project in ODT documents:
Through many changes, the features of the project formed gradually, together with its goals and strategy. Currently, the main goal of the project is to provide a small-sized, portable, error-free, free, public domain and durable knowledge-base that can be shown to those people easily who meet with environmentalist heroes roaming in the world.
FEWS = FEcoWebS
The name FEcoWebS was eventually renamed to FEWS, because of many reasons. For example, this is a better acronym for either "Free Eco Web Services" or "Free Eco Wisdom"...
The knowledge of humankind has risen to a level which enables people to do greater and greater good deeds, but greater and greater evils too... However, technology can be limited by decreasing overpopulation, because in this case the size of the market and specialization will decrease.
Implementing ideas in projects or web services
Project 1: Against the wastage of paper-based advertising
This project ran from 2009 to 2013 (not always here), but it is paused due to the lack of free time.
Project 2 (sharing plans for popularization)
Project 2: Second iteration
For some time, Arpad Fekete focused on finding eco-friendly ideas in his own profession, programming. Afterwards, he also tried to think about other kinds of eco-friendly innovation, for which he started to develop an eco-friendly LibreOffice Spreadsheet document in Hungarian, which you can download from this website (also see links).
Project 3: Rough design for a data compression algorithm
This belongs to the second iteration.
Service 1: Top tens of websites, competitions, audiobooks, etc. about environmentalism
Instead of links, I (Arpad Fekete) share search keywords.
Service 2: Mailing lists about the areas bordering environmentalism
Web Service 3 and 4
Service 5: Resource-sparing, fashionable fonts
To find out what this is all about, the first paragraph of ideas to activists is worth reading. I've taken the public domain "Tuffy" font, and modified it with FontForge so that most of its glyphs will use less ink (except capital letters), and look so strange that it is a question whether they are still latin letters or not. I have created a prototype version for demonstration purposes, and put it into the SVN repository of the FEWS project. It would be much harder to create a production version: I can only create fonts by modifying existing fonts, and unfortunately, the public domain fonts are not the same as those using minimal ink.