Negotiating for Open / Made to Share
Creative Commons Summit 2017
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- Date: Sunday, 30th April 2017x
- Time: 10:30-11:20
- Location: )
- Strand: Future of the Commons
- Laura Hilliger @epilepticrabbit
- Presentation slides: https://github.com/LauraHilliger/presentations/tree/gh-pages/ccsummit17
Overview of session
At Greenpeace, we’re redesigning our global web presence to engage with people and to help them act on behalf of our planet. The project, code named , is the first openly run project of it’s size at Greenpeace International. In the workshop “Negotiating for Open”, we’ll use Planet 4 as a case study and explore open decision and design frameworks to help you and your organization establish relationships that can achieve global impacts.
User-driven and community-based design projects are impactful and fulfilling. In the redesign of Greenpeace.org of the , the and community collaboration is of highest importance. In this interactive session, I’d like to share my experiences in a hands on way. Participants can bring their ideas, their businesses, their strategic directions, and together we’ll help each other set up structures and processes that invite people in. We’ll give advice, talk through issues and create a working atmosphere that helps people solve real world problems.
10:30 - Welcome
10:35 - 10:45 - Architectures of participation
10:45 - 11:00 - Problem definitions
11:00 - 11:15 - Collaborative problem solving
11:15 - 11:20 - Contribution asks
Throughout this session, think about a recommended action CC might take to secure the future of the commons!
Architectures of Participation
We'll start this session with a quick overview of the Planet 4 project, how we're working and what has helped us along the way. The big insight is that someone already did what you need doing. Learn to remix for your context.
Using , we'll see what kinds of ideas, problems and projects participants have brought to the room. I want this session to be useful in solving your real world problems.
Collaborative Problem Solving
We'll spend some time discussing the different problem areas and giving each other ideas for resources or strategies that will make participation easier.
Just a quick note on our role in Environmental Activism. We should be teaching the Commons as an ethos, a philosophy. How can we make sure to support each other in the future?
Collectively defined, but one of them could be to contribute to the Planet 4 project ;)
How might these practices be adopted by Creative Commons as a movement?