1.
people want “open
science”
open science = “wikipedia /
open source kind of stuff”
for science…
created 2004
inside CC
CC licenses in science
R&D on new commons
adaptability
ease of mastery
capacity 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 + owl
open 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 infrastructure
is 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
followup
accountability
transparency
what is privacy?
anonymity?
freedom from discrimination?
confidentiality?
…?
Quic k Tim e™ and a
TIFF (Unc om pres s ed) dec om pres s or
are needed to s ee this pic ture.
pastiche of international r...
2007
2010
public sector
information…
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
#4
generativity 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 software
audio & video capture
open licensing
business investment
open commu...
licensing works best inside
a democratized ecosystem.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CatalysisScheme.png (public domain)
cyberinfrastructure
business investment
academic support
open community
technical standardization
it wasn„t inevitable.
(and neither is generative innovation)
generativity is a matter of
good choices, good design,
and time.
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  1. 1. 1. people want “open science”
  2. 2. open science = “wikipedia / open source kind of stuff” for science…
  3. 3. created 2004 inside CC CC licenses in science R&D on new commons
  4. 4. adaptability ease of mastery capacity for leverage accessibility - zittrain
  5. 5. “generativity” brings new kinds of innovation. amplifies old forms of innovation. enables non-incremental innovation.
  6. 6. #2. can we “translate” infrastructure that facilitates generativity?
  7. 7. source: w3.org
  8. 8. rdf + owl open source software open licensing
  9. 9. ontology of astronomical object types
  10. 10. “raw metadata and standards processes, and consensus processes, and document submission standards, and archives”
  11. 11. “raw metadata and standards processes, and consensus processes, and document submission standards, and archives” NOW!
  12. 12. gathered independently, for different reasons...
  13. 13. ? adaptability ? ease of mastery ? capacity for leverage ? accessibility
  14. 14. #3. the regulatory infrastructure is both highly regulated and highly fragmented.
  15. 15. what things regulate?
  16. 16. IP interference...
  17. 17. it‟s going to take time. the appropriate metaphor is the internet.
  18. 18. no: tracking followup accountability transparency
  19. 19. what is privacy? anonymity? freedom from discrimination? confidentiality? …?
  20. 20. Quic k Tim e™ and a TIFF (Unc om pres s ed) dec om pres s or are needed to s ee this pic ture. pastiche of international regimes
  21. 21. 2007
  22. 22. 2010
  23. 23. public sector information…
  24. 24. what if it‟s already open?
  25. 25. how does a commons resolve these at scale?
  26. 26. #3. generativity for non-digital?
  27. 27.  adaptability  ease of mastery  capacity for leverage  accessibility
  28. 28. #4 generativity is important. generativity is desirable. generativity is hard.
  29. 29. gnu by Aurelio A. Heckert
  30. 30. internet + DNS + web mailing lists source repositories copyleft business investment open communities
  31. 31. internet + DNS + web digital cameras blogging software audio & video capture open licensing business investment open communities
  32. 32. licensing works best inside a democratized ecosystem.
  33. 33. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CatalysisScheme.png (public domain)
  34. 34. cyberinfrastructure business investment academic support open community technical standardization
  35. 35. it wasn„t inevitable. (and neither is generative innovation)
  36. 36. generativity is a matter of good choices, good design, and time.
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