From Seed to Mouth: How Open Source and Decentralization Can Transform Our Food System. OuiShare Fest 2016: the Slow Motion Replay — Enspiral Tales. OuiShare Fest 2016: the Slow Motion Replay I’m in a high speed train from Paris to Barcelona: I’ve got 6 hours to digest one city before meeting the next one.
As the countryside slips past me at 300 kph, I have a desire to review a few moments from the past few days. I need to slow them right down so I can actually notice what they look like. I’m going to examine three moments from the OuiShare Festival that drew a global community together for a few days in Paris: These stories will be about 20% reporting and 80% interpretation.
OuiShareTV. DAO- Decentralized Autonomous Organizations: Can You Trust a Blockchain? Ready to Work in the Post-Industrial Era? - Esko Kilpi, Tim Leberecht & Nilhofer Merchant. Yochai Benkler (Harvard University) - Closing Remarks. Making Sense of the Emerging Economy with Yochai Benkler — Enspiral Tales. In my 20s I had the impression that my reality was fundamentally illegible to the academics of the past.
Making a living from open source hardware meant I was participating in an international network of people who freely shared their “intellectual property” with each other, growing a common resource of benefit to everyone. My peers included a 1970s Californian performance artist, a 12-year-old in a small Spanish town looking for mental stimulation, and a Russian engineer who remixed my ideas and returned them to the Internet extended and improved. This socio-economic reality was beyond the imagination of Hayek, Keynes, Marx or Smith. Bootstrapping a bossless organisation in 3 easy steps ;-) — Enspiral Tales. Bootstrapping a bossless organisation in 3 easy steps ;-) My first impression at OuiShare Fest was a weird utopian blockchain mania: a poorly understood but massively hyped technology that will somehow fix all our social, political, and economic inequities.
As I got to know some of the people here though, I started to see through the fog of hype and find a lot of incredible people taking on tough challenges in a really pragmatic/idealistic way. Everyone here has an awesome idea, and they want to work on it in a decentralised, leaderless, nonhierarchical, bossless way. But the question that so many of them have in common is about bootstrapping: how do I go from this idealistic concept to a highly functioning non-hierarchical purpose-driven organisation?
Bucky Box — The Enspiral Network. The Enspiral Network. Cooperativa Integral Catalana – Fairness and the commons, an interview with Enric Duran. Here we present a CommonsTransition interview with Enric Duran.
Prior to co-founding the Catalan Integral Cooperative — a Commons Transition partner project creating a cooperative, self managed public system in Catalonia — Duran became famous for his 2008 “bank action”, an act which involved defrauding 39 Spanish banks of nearly €500,000 and subsequently distributing these funds to a variety of activist movements and social causes. He presently lives as a fugitive outside Spain, and is currently busy organizing the FairCoop Open Cooperative, a community-built effort to alleviate global economic inequalities through the use of mutual credit, reputation systems and cryptocurrencies.
FairCoop’s “Coop Forest” Regarding Commons Transition, the first question is, can you define Commons Transition, and what it means to you? Do you see some existing examples of Commons Transition today? There are more and more examples of commons resources. Well, there are a lot of things that are important. Hm. Open Food Network - OFN LOCAL. Sans titre. Commons Governance and Law with Primavera De Filippi. As part of our series on the 100 Women Who Are Co-Creating the P2P Society, Rachel O’Dwyer interviews Primavera De Filippi Primavera De Filippi is a researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II.
She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard, where she is investigating the concept of “governance by design” as it relates to online distributed architectures. Primavera holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence, where she explored the legal challenges of copyright law in the digital environment. Primavera is an administrator of the Communia association for the public domain, a coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation and legal expert for Creative Commons in France.
ROD: Your current research focuses on how decentralized technologies might be used to underpin new forms of collective cooperation and decision-making in online spaces. Sans titre. Sans titre. Sans titre. Commons Governance and Law with Primavera De Filippi. « Au lieu de changer le monde, on crée notre nouveau monde » « Au lieu de changer le monde, on crée notre nouveau monde » Slock.it: Ethereum, IoT et économie collaborative. Articles liés David Teruzzi Leur produit principal, l’Ordinateur Ethereum, permet à quiconque de louer l’accès à n’importe quel objet intelligent compatible et connecté tout en acceptant des paiements sans intermédiaires par le biais de contrats qui s’exécutent dans la blockchain Ethereum.
Economie collaborative Slock.it est une DAO (Decentralized autonomous organization ) c-à-d une entreprise numérique où les concepteurs et les utilisateurs profitent financièrement des revenus du projet qu’il supportent. Le marché potentiel est gigantesque If it can be locked, it can be Slocked ! Les monnaies pour effectuer des paiements sont tout naturellement le jeton Slock.it et les cryptomonnaies. David Teruzzi est rédacteur du blog blogchaincafe.com, spécialisé dans la blockchain et son univers. Les médias du groupe Finyear. Stephan Tual (Slock.it) : "Nous avons collecté 150 millions de dollars en 2 semaines sur Ethereum" Documentation & Communication.