The vision of Open Source Ecology is a world of collaborative design – for a transparent and inclusive economy of abundance. An open source, libre economy is an efficient economy which increases innovation by open collaboration. To get there, OSE is currently developing a set of open source blueprints for the Global Village Construction Set (GVCS) – a set of the 50 most important machines that it takes for modern life to exist – everything from a tractor, to an oven, to a circuit maker. In the process of creating the GVCS, OSE intends to develop a modular, scalable platform for documenting and developing open source, libre hardware – including blueprints for both physical artifacts and for related open enterprises.
The website obviously sells some products which makes it not trade-free: https://www.opensourceecology.org/d3d-pro/ and https://www.opensourceecology.org/d3d-universal-2/
On top of that, some trackers are being used: https://www.directory.trade-free.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Pasted-8.jpg – these are trackers that collect your data (https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2012/apr/23/scorecardresearch-tracking-trackers-cookies-web-monitoring)
and last but not least, they link with some buttons to their page on trade-based networks like facebook and twitter.
However, they offer trade-free open source hardware blueprints in their wiki, so we can add that.