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[liberationtech] Berlin Biennale Hackathon feat. various P2P/social projects

Anne Roth annalist at riseup.net
Tue May 15 04:55:16 PDT 2012


Glad to hear about this, being a Moabit inhabitant myself.

Have to say though that I'm a bit sceptical about politics being
staged as an art project, as part of an exhibition that mostly takes
part in Berlin's most gentrified part of town? I'm sure there's been
extensive discussion about this, I just didn't follow it at all. (I'd
be glad if anyone could point me to any articles etc. - no need to
reinvent the wheel)

Anne


Am 15.05.12 13:28, schrieb James Vasile:
> Excellent to hear of this work, Carlo.  Please do let us know how
> it goes!
> 
> carlo von lynX <lynX at time.to.get.psyced.org> writes:
> 
>> It started rather informally and even a bit rough concerning the
>> working conditions but yesterday it turned out so professional
>> and productive that it deserves to be comunicated better:
>> 
>> There is a hackathon event related to Berlin's Biennale, together
>> with GNUnet, Briar, SecuShare, Lorea, UnlikeUs, TheGlobalSquare
>> and a special guest from Bitcoin on the topic of Distributed
>> Social Networks.
>> 
>> The plan is to sit down together and synchronize our development
>> efforts; understand each other's architectures; to distribute
>> tasks, share code and reduce duplication. Hereby we want to
>> invite you to hack with us.
>> 
>> It is taking place at IN-Berlin, a hackerspace in Moabit at 
>> Lehrter Straße 53, 10557 Berlin, until 17th of May, but most of
>> us will be around for several days longer and keep meeting in
>> town.
>> 
>> 
>> -- »»» psyc://psyced.org/~lynX »»» irc://psyced.org/welcome »»»
>> xmpp:lynX at psyced.org »»» https://psyced.org/PSYC/ 
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