I read a book that was fairly new a few years back. I have it on kindle, but as I never remember the names of books, I am struggling to remember when I read it exactly, so I thought
The book followed a group of people living in the woods who have effectively dropped out of society. Society has become largely driven by Intellectual Property rights and there is a collective of people who are rebelling with it by taking designs and dropping out of the grid. They live in a quasi-anarchist group and the designs of buildings are extensively placed in version control. Version control played a weirdly central role, in fact. There was a character who was the daughter of someone powerful and the beginning scene starts with a party in a factory where they are ripping off designs and making drinks/drugs.
The story revolved around the antagonists, which I believe were corporate entities, hunting down the people who were flouting the process of licensing intellectual property which could be made using automated fabrication machines. These people were a fringe movement that was gaining steam where people were just disappearing and hiding in desolate areas trying to create their own way of life that revolved around technical process and anarchy. They used version control software to innovate new designs, deface each other's things, and revert back to good designs. Some of the designs were made by a UN group. There was a spa at one point that was quite elaborate and someone's backpack is "stolen" but it is used as a foil to introduce the idea that these people don't believe anyone owns anything. Their town often went through radical changes on a day to day basis.
As I think about it, I believe a good theme of the book was around becoming a society of abundance versus scarcity. In addition, I believe nuclear weapons are used on a group of them at some point. There also might be airships involved.
Could anyone help me remember the name?