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Slides from 5 minute speed geek session at OpenEverything, Hollyhock B.C., Sep-2008 on the Open Architecture Network

Slides from 5 minute speed geek session at OpenEverything, Hollyhock B.C., Sep-2008 on the Open Architecture Network


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  • 1.  
  • 2. Architecture for Humanity's Open Architecture Network
      • Scott Mattoon
      • Sun Microsystems, Inc.
      • Job Title Company Name URL of Company or Project
    Session ID
  • 3. The Big Hairy Problem
    • 1 in 6 live in slums today
    • 1 in 3 by 2020
    • 1 billion lack water
    • 2.6 billion lack sanitation
    • 211 million affected by disaster each year
    Getting bigger every year Source: Design Like You Give A Damn
  • 4. Cameron Sinclair's Wish
      • “ to build a global, open-source network where architects, governments and NGOs can share and implement design plans to house the world.”
    How Sun helped Architecture for Humanity
  • 5. Client Requirement Improve the living standards for 5 billion people.
  • 6. Theory: Simple, Linear, Hierarchical
  • 7. Reality: Complex Ecosystem
  • 8.
      • AFH founded in 1999
      • 100's of affiliates
      • 2006 TED Prize Winner
      • OAN Launched 2007
    Photo: Jeremy Richardson
  • 9.
    • In the first 60 days
    • 400 Projects
    • 4,500 Members
    • 7 Creative Commons Licenses in Use
    • 1.5 Million Visitors
    • 3,000+ concurrent sessions
    The Community is Amazing
  • 10. The Participation Age Matters Many Diverse Objects Collaborative Process
    • Hand sketches
    • Photos
    • CAD files
    • Project Plans
    • Designs that are situation appropriate
    • Designs that get re-used
    Better Ideas
    • Architects, Designers, Community Members, NGOs, Funders
    • Crowdsourcing
  • 11.
    • 7 Creative Commons Licenses
    • Drupal 4.7 + new OAN modules
    • X64 tuned SAMP Coolstack
    • Solaris 10
    • (2) SunFire X2200 M2 (1) 6 TB StorageTek 3511
    • Hosted at AMD datacenter
  • 12. Creative Commons Licenses
  • 13.  
  • 14. Benefits of Open Source Design
    • Environmentally appropriate
    • Culturally appropriate
    • Embrace collective wisdom
    • Prioritization of issues
    • Removal of barriers
    • Convey ideas graphically
    • Access to expert resources
    • Social engagement
    • Local decision making
    • Efficient resource distribution
    • Skills training and advancement
    • Communication between sectors
  • 15. For More Information
    • Links
      • http://www.openarchitecturenetwork.org/
      • http://www.architectureforhumanity.org/
      • http://www.sun.com/web
      • http://drupal.org/
      • http://cooltools.sunsource.net
      • http://www.ted.com/index.php/speakers/view/id/54
    • Book
      • Design Like You Give Damn