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Die Herausforderungen unserer Zeit sind nicht technischer, sondern sozialer Natur.

Wie entscheiden wir wohin wir gehen? Und warum?

Zu Gesundheit und der Energiewende, zur Zukunft der Mobilität, oder auch nur zu Handys lese ich viel von neuen Technologien. Und für viele Techniker sind rechtliche oder gesellschaftliche Fragestellungen „Nicht-Probleme“. Aber wenn ich mir die Welt anschaue, dann ist es gerade umgekehrt. Jede technische Herausforderung, vor der wir zur Zeit stehen, können wir lösen, wenn wir uns nur als Gesellschaft entscheiden, sie gemeinsam anzugehen. Die wirklichen Probleme sind dagegen nicht technisch. Sie liegen in der Entscheidung, was uns wirklich wichtig ist.

http://www.draketo.de/politik/herausforderungen-technisch-sozial



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Scientific exploration of #Freenet as a social space: http://www.academia.edu/30683064/

This is something I’d long wished to see. From experience it’s clear that people on Freenet are a strange mix, but this is the first investigation I saw into the social groups in Freenet from the perspective of social science.

Practically it shows that its developers have been underestimating the societal importance of Freenet as an archive — despite users asking for "Freenet as backup solution" quite often.

"Diagram of a #Darknet: Exploring the Characteristics of an #Anonymous Space Online" — by +Roderick Graham

Abstract: Journalistic accounts describe the Darknet as the “Wild West” of the Internet – a space for unsavory, criminal behavior. We apply Merton’s strain theory to argue that the activity found on darknets is a result of a disconnect between the goals of private communication online and an Internet that is routinely surveilled. We use a random sample of 420 websites, or “freesites” as the primary unit of analysis. We ask two questions. First, what types of content are found on Freenet? We observe a wide array of content, consonant with a strain theory perspective. Second, we ask w hat are some of the characteristics that define Freenet as a unique space? We describe three characteristics: (1) Freenet is an archive of subcultures, (2) Freenet is a nonmarket space, and (3) Freenet is a digital wilderness.

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Diagram of a #Darknet: Exploring the Characteristics of an #Anonymous Space Online: http://www.academia.edu/30683064/ — by +Roderick Graham

Abstract: Journalistic accounts describe the Darknet as the “Wild West” of the Internet – a space for unsavory, criminal behavior. We apply Merton’s strain theory to argue that the activity found on darknets is a result of a disconnect between the goals of private communication online and an Internet that is routinely surveilled. We use a random sample of 420 websites, or “freesites” as the primary unit of analysis. We ask two questions. First, what types of content are found on Freenet? We observe a wide array of content, consonant with a strain theory perspective. Second, we ask w hat are some of the characteristics that define Freenet as a unique space? We describe three characteristics: (1) Freenet is an archive of subcultures, (2) Freenet is a nonmarket space, and (3) Freenet is a digital wilderness.

#Freenet in #science

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Diagram of a #Darknet: Exploring the Characteristics of an #Anonymous Space Online: http://www.academia.edu/30683064/

Abstract: Journalistic accounts describe the Darknet as the “Wild West” of the Internet – a space for unsavory, criminal behavior. We apply Merton’s strain theory to argue that the activity found on darknets is a result of a disconnect between the goals of private communication online and an Internet that is routinely surveilled. We use a random sample of 420 websites, or “freesites” as the primary unit of analysis. We ask two questions. First, what types of content are found on Freenet? We observe a wide array of content, consonant with a strain theory perspective. Second, we ask w hat are some of the characteristics that define Freenet as a unique space? We describe three characteristics: (1) Freenet is an archive of subcultures, (2) Freenet is a nonmarket space, and (3) Freenet is a digital wilderness.

#Freenet in #science

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sehr schön — von dem Interview her würde ich mir wünschen, dass Christoph Butterwegge gewinnt.

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Here’s the stream to the #Guile devroom at #FOSDEM: https://live.fosdem.org/watch/k4601

Schedule:

- 09:45 10:30: Small languages panel Christopher Webber, Ludovic Courtès, Etiene Dalcol, Justin Cormack
- 10:30 11:00: An introduction to functional package management with GNU Guix Ricardo Wurmus
- 11:00 11:30: User interfaces with Guile and their application John Darrington
- 11:30 12:00: Hacking with Guile… Alex Sassmannshausen
- 12:00 12:45: Composing system services in GuixSD Ludovic Courtès
- 12:45 13:15: Reproducible packaging and distribution of software with GNU Guix Pjotr Prins
- 13:15 14:00: Network freedom, live at the REPL! Christopher Webber
- 14:00 14:30: Natural script writing with Guile Arne Babenhauserheide (someone else will present)
- 14:30 15:00: Mes -- Maxwell's Equations of Software Jan Nieuwenhuizen (janneke)
- 15:00 15:30: Adding GNU/Hurd support to GNU Guix and GuixSD Manolis Ragkousis
- 15:30 16:00: Workflow management with GNU Guix Roel Janssen
- 16:00 16:30: Getting started with guile-wiredtiger Amirouche Boubekki (amz3)
- 16:30 17:00: Future of Guix Christopher Webber, Ludovic Courtès, Pjotr Prins, Ricardo Wurmus


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