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  • 1. P2PVALUE Techno-social platform for sustainable models and value generation in commons-based peer production in the Future Internet
  • 2. CONSORTIUM  University of Surrey (coordinator)  Centre national de la recherche scientifique  Stichting Peer to Peer Alternatives (P2P Foundation)  Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona  Universidad Complutense de Madrid  Università degli Studi di Milano P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 2
  • 3. CONCEPT  Commons-based peer production (CBPP) is a new, increasingly significant model of social innovation based on collaborative production.  Current examples:  Wikipedia  Arduino  Drupal  Couchsurfing  Moodle  The P2Pvalue project aims to foster CBPP by providing an empirically grounded techno-social software platform (the P2Pvalue platform) using a federated architecture on the Internet, specifically designed to enhance value creation and facilitate the development of resilient and sustainable CBPP communities. P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 3
  • 4. SOFTWARE UNDERPINNINGS P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 4
  • 5. SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES  Develop CBPP theory, based on multidisciplinary and multi- method research on CBPP, and determine the factors for success, productivity, and resilience in communities (“best practices”).  Develop a set of value metrics and reward mechanisms that incentivise the participation of citizens in CBPP.  Simulate the new sustainability models proposed, showing how robust they are in the face of diverse community conditions.  Verify the compatibility of the proposed models with innovation policies and provide a series of policy recommendations for public administrations to encourage CBPP-driven social innovation. P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 5
  • 6. EXPECTED ACHIEVEMENTS  Development of a software platform  Understand, experiment with, design and build a collective intelligence techno-social federated collaborative platform that will foster the sustainability of communities of collaborative production.  Deploy several customised nodes of the federated platform in which real- world communities will interact, participate, and collaboratively create content.  Data and Resources  Provide a directory of existing CBPP communities, together with their main characteristics.  Maintain an open web-based CBPP archive, with the collected data-sets, surveys, reports, Open Educational Resources and open-access publications. P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 6
  • 7. INTELLECTUAL ROOTS  The economics of knowledge  Science and Technology studies (STS) of commons-based peer production  Institutional Analysis and Development  Legal research on regulation of creative commons and collaboration  Federated open source web services  Digital ethnography  Agent-based modelling P2PVALUE 15/05/2013 7
  • 8. THANK YOU Contact: Nigel Gilbert n.gilbert@surrey.ac.uk