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This powerpoint presentation is about the question wheter or not peer production of content will structurally alter production processes in social networking websites like Hyves. It has been made as ...

This powerpoint presentation is about the question wheter or not peer production of content will structurally alter production processes in social networking websites like Hyves. It has been made as part of the assingments for our course Trends and Stategies.

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  • Peer Production of Content in Hyves
    • How peer production of content will/will not structurally alter production processes in social networking websites like Hyves.
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will/will not alter production processes
    • “ Free software offers a glimpse at a more basic and radical challenge. It suggests that the networked environment makes possible a new modality of organizing production:
    • radically decentralized, collaborative, and nonproprietary; based on sharing resources and outputs among widely distributed, loosely connected individuals who cooperate with each other without relyingon either market signals or managerial commands.
    • This is what I call ‘commons-based peer production’.” (Benkler: 60)
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves
    •  What does this mean for Hyves?
    • * Peer production of content will alter
    • production processes
    • * Peer production will not alter
    • production processes
  • Peer production of content will alter production processes
    • Decentralization
    • Collaboration
    • Non-proprietary
    • Open
    • Regulated
    • The future of Hyves
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • Decentralization:
    • * Various partners
    • * Examples: webshops, classifieds, open social and API code for widgets/gadgets.
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • Collabaration:
    • * Tools to share
    • information
    • * Peer reviews
    • * Examples: hyves page on how to make new applications, wish lists for new applications, shared interest pages
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • Non-proprietary:
    • * Create and share
    • applications
    • * Contribution, social
    • recognition, fame
    • * Examples: all games, gadgets and widgets can be used freely and altered by anyone
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • Open or not?
    • - Hyves is free for anyone who has a
    • profile
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • Regulated or not?
    • - Most applications fall under GNU or GPL
    • licensed software
    • - Adaptation to open source software
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will alter production processes
    • The future of Hyves?
    • -An ever growing, endless collection of user generated applications, made and adapted by users
    • -Not satisfied?
    • Change it!
  • Peer production of content will NOT alter production processes
    • Decentralization?!
    • Collaboration?!
    • Non-proprietary?!
    • New?!
    • Conservatism
    • The future of Hyves
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • Decentralized?!
    •  Hyves isn’t decentralized. Up till now there still is a ‘Hyves-boss’.
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • Collaborative?!
    •  Information sharing only possible up to a certain level.
    • Hyves isn’t open and available to everyone.
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • Nonproprietary?!
    •  Every profile page, including it’s content, is the users property.
    •  No commons
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • New?!
    •  Peer production already possible till a certain level.
    •  Change only possible with new applications
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • Conservatism to limit
    • all possibilities.
    • Example: Facebook
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes
    • The future of Hyves:
    •  The use of peer production in Hyves is only marginally possible.
    •  Only possible when Hyves is fully accessible
  • Peer Production of content in Hyves will NOT alter production processes Conclusion
  • End of our presentation
    • Questions?