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Open P2P Design: A Metadesign methodology for Open Design Projects @Iaac

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Presentation about Open P2P Design applied to Open Design projects at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, ...

Presentation about Open P2P Design applied to Open Design projects at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia,
Barcelona
01-02-10

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http://www.iaacblog.com/2010/02/s2-open-source-design-5/

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  • niva Niva Silva, Cofundador at Coworking Santos Massimo, you will find more about G. Fischer research at the Center for Lifelong Learning and Design (L3D) site: http://l3d.cs.colorado.edu/
    Their best papers on metadesign can be found here: http://l3d.cs.colorado.edu/~SoD/documents.html including their proposal for a meta-design process - the SER process.

    I don´t think Fischer's metadesign process and yours p2p method conflict, but they are certainly diferent approachs to the design of colaborative systems.

    I'm starting a master degree research on Metadesign where i will compare both proposals.
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  • openp2pdesign Massimo Menichinelli, designer at openp2pdesign.org Hi Pedro, thanks for your comment! Yes, I remember Typeforge, even if I haven’t followed it recently. How is the project going on?

    My researches started with my master degree thesis in 2005-2006, but since then openp2pdesign.org is not really an academic group (but, an investigation group, yes), even if I may take an academic direction in the future. You may find most of the materials on openp2pdesign.org or on Scribd here:
    http://www.scribd.com/people/documents/98493-massimo-menichinelli

    I will publish a report and the materials from the Singapore workshop soon.
    I did not know Gerard Fischer, are there any resources on the web? I learnt something about Metadesign while at University, but there it was only a concept without a great theoretic background (I wil try to study the subject more in the future). Why do you think Metadesign conflicts with P2P?

    It looks like we should talk more in the future! :-)
    My e-mail is info @ openp2pdesign.org
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  • pedamado Pedro Amado, Invited Assistant at Universidade de Aveiro Massimo:

    It's a very interesting presentation, or should I say curious? Can you post some more details? Is this an academic project/investigation group?

    Also, you are using the term P2P and the Metadesign methodology. Are you referring to Gerard Fischer's Meta-Design perspective of participation? Don't they conflict?

    And finally.. it's great to see other people interested in participatory design approaches. I am pursuing further academic investigation on the theme (I'm the one who started Typeforge)

    Keep up the good work. Hope to hear from you soon.
    Cheers,
    Pedro
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