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Lecture delivered to the Molecular Sciences program, University of Sao Paulo, 25 November 2010.

Lecture delivered to the Molecular Sciences program, University of Sao Paulo, 25 November 2010.

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    • 1.people want “open science”
    • open science = “wikipedia / open source kind of stuff” for science…
    • created 2004 inside CCCC licenses in scienceR&D on new commons
    • adaptability ease of masterycapacity for leverage accessibility - zittrain
    • “generativity” brings new kinds of innovation. amplifies old forms of innovation.enables non-incremental innovation.
    • #2. can we “translate”infrastructure that facilitates generativity?
    • source: w3.org
    • rdf + owlopen source software open licensing
    • ontology of astronomical object types
    • “raw metadata and standards processes,and consensus processes, and document submission standards, and archives”
    • “raw metadata and standards processes,and consensus processes, and document submission standards, and archives” NOW!
    • gathered independently, for different reasons...
    • ? adaptability ? ease of mastery? capacity for leverage ? accessibility
    • #3.the regulatory infrastructureis both highly regulated and highly fragmented.
    • what things regulate?
    • IP interference...
    • it‟s going to take time.the appropriate metaphor is the internet.
    • no: tracking followupaccountabilitytransparency
    • what is privacy? anonymity?freedom from discrimination? confidentiality? …?
    • pastiche of international regimes Qu i c k Ti m e ™ a n d a TIFF (Un c o m p re s s e d ) d e c o m p re s s o r a re n e e d e d to s e e th i s p i c tu re .
    • 2007
    • 2010
    • public sectorinformation…
    • what if it‟s already open?
    • how does a commons resolve these at scale?
    • #3.generativity for non-digital?
    •  adaptability  ease of mastery capacity for leverage  accessibility
    • #4generativity is important.generativity is desirable. generativity is hard.
    • gnu by Aurelio A. Heckert
    • internet + DNS + web mailing lists source repositories copyleft business investment open communities
    • internet + DNS + web digital cameras blogging softwareaudio & video capture open licensing business investment open communities
    • licensing works best insidea democratized ecosystem.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CatalysisScheme.png (public domain)
    • cyberinfrastructure business investment academic support open communitytechnical standardization
    • it wasn„t inevitable.(and neither is generative innovation)
    • generativity is a matter ofgood choices, good design, and time.