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

Michael Rogers michael at briarproject.org
Tue May 15 09:34:43 PDT 2012


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Hi Anne,

I don't know of any written documentation of the discussion, but that
issue was definitely raised, and I think it's fair to say that it
contributed to the decision to hold the hackathon at IN-Berlin rather
than the gallery/occupation.

Cheers,
Michael

On 15/05/12 13:55, Anne Roth wrote:
> 
> 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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