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The Sunflower Movement — Online Communities, Governments & Transparency

The "Sunflower" here is taken to mean MediaWiki (2003) and its spiritual successors in technologies enabling community spaces.

The Sunflower Movement — Online Communities, Governments & Transparency

  1. 1. The Sunflower Movement Online Communities, Governments & Transparency au @ mbl, 2014-10-03
  2. 2. UTC+2  UTC+8 Greetings, I’m @au from the future!
  3. 3. Sunflower
  4. 4. Hong Kong Since Sep. 26 ~200k Protestors Self-organized Actocracy
  5. 5. Hong Kong Since Sep. 26 ~200k Protestors Self-organized Actocracy
  6. 6. Hong Kong Since Sep. 26 ~200k Protestors Self-organized Actocracy
  7. 7. Hong Kong Since Sep. 26 ~200k Protestors Self-organized Actocracy
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  13. 13. Hackfoldr: Edit
  14. 14. Hackfoldr: Edit
  15. 15. Hackfoldr: Fork & Merge
  16. 16. Hackfoldr: Fork & Merge
  17. 17. Blackboard @ Harvard, 1977
  18. 18. Blackboard @ Harvard, 1977
  19. 19. Spreadsheet, 1978 Dan Bricklin Steve Mann
  20. 20. =SUM( ) 0
  21. 21. 10 =SUM( ) 0 10
  22. 22. 10 20 =SUM( ) 1300
  23. 23. 10 20 30 =SUM( ) 13600
  24. 24. VisiCalc, 1979
  25. 25. VisiCalc, 1979
  26. 26. Files and Disks, 1979-1999 Back-and-forth, Fragmented space
  27. 27. Creative Commons + Wikipedia, 2001
  28. 28. Creative Commons + Wikipedia, 2001
  29. 29. Creative Commons + Wikipedia, 2001
  30. 30. Sunflower, 2003
  31. 31. Sunflower, 2003 Marshall McLuhan  Space
  32. 32. Sunflower, 2003 Marshall McLuhan  Space  Ward Cunningham & Community
  33. 33. WikiCalc, 2005 SocialCalc, 2006 Luke Closs & Dan Ross Mayfield
  34. 34. WikiCalc, 2005 SocialCalc, 2006 OLPC Sugar, 2008 Luke Closs & Dan Ross Mayfield Sheetnode, 2008
  35. 35. SocialCalc over Mesh Networking, 2009 Manusheel Gupta Vijit Singh
  36. 36. #1 Mobile App in Hong Kong
  37. 37. EtherPad, 2008 HackPad, 2012 Forks: PiratePad, Framapad, MoPad…
  38. 38. EtherCalc, 2011 Private, Anonymous, Small Footprint
  39. 39. EtherCalc, 2011 Private, Anonymous, Small Footprint
  40. 40. Hackfoldr, 2013
  41. 41. Community
  42. 42. Facebook does not a Community make ! Facebook ;/)01(69 ,4H Do you see Facebook as an instrument to encourage civic engagement? No, I can most definitely say, absolutely not.! It makes citizens feel as if they have participated. Chang Ta-Chuen, 2013 C
  43. 43. F=?82F3
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  46. 46. Learned Helplessness ! '+-A7 ‣ Nonprofit groups’ media exposure was ineffective and not proactive ‣ Individuals felt powerless to influence policies and politics ‣ Online participation could not translate into action or collaboration ‣ Open-source communities cared little for social issues ‣ Generation gaps prevented offline and online activists from collaborating
  47. 47. *+! ! ) % ! $ ! '-! .,# TH Schee, 2012
  48. 48. 20 Months 20+ Hackathons 1000+ Contributors 40+ Projects 30+ Talks
  49. 49. 1000+ Contributors (250+ on IRC) 30% Activists/gov 40% Developers 30% Designers
  50. 50. Step 1 Open Source Making the open source community Angry about social issues
  51. 51. October 16, 2012 “All real estate transactions must register the actual price” (3) Citizen Control? (8) 2 ≯ 8 Reform the Hackers! (2)
  52. 52. October 19, 2012 “We have a very complex plan. It is too complicated to explain. Never mind the details — just go along with it!” (1)
  53. 53. October 19, 2012 “We have a very complex plan. It is too complicated to explain. Never mind the details — just go along with it!” (1)
  54. 54. October 19, 2012 “We have a very complex plan. It is too complicated to explain. Never mind the details — just go along with it!” (1)
  55. 55. December 1, 2012 0th Hackathon of Martial Mobilization Congress, Geography, Weather, Electricity, Healthcare…
  56. 56. OSDC.tw Q2 2013 Decentralized: Each project is independent; no one individual represents g0v.tw. ! Transparent: By presenting data in an easily accessible form, we encourage civic awareness, as well as concrete proposals for improvements. ! Open: All our projects are released under Open Source and Creative Commons licenses, allowing community members to carry on each other’s projects.
  57. 57. The New Hacker Ethics, 2014 1. People in the space belong to the space. 2. All spatial practices are useful rituals, to be filled with subjective content. 3. What is significant and fundamentally important to the community needs to be celebrated in extended festivities. – Stefanie Wuschitz
  58. 58. Step 2 Open Source Introduce the activist community to the Open Source way
  59. 59. Collaboration without (central) Coordination
  60. 60. Branding Evolution by @evenwu++
  61. 61. From Anger to Fact Q2 2013
  62. 62. From Anger to Fact Q2 2013
  63. 63. News Helper Browser Extension Q3 2013
  64. 64. Dynamic Democracy Q3 2013
  65. 65. Congress Matters Q4 2013
  66. 66. Congress Matters Q4 2013
  67. 67. Congress Matters Q4 2013
  68. 68. COSCUP × 1985 Q3 2013
  69. 69. COSCUP × 1985 Q3 2013
  70. 70. Step 3 Engage Design how non-contributors are consuming your information
  71. 71. Air Quality (pm 2.5)
  72. 72. Political Contribution (TW) Printed and Scanned from this building
  73. 73. Table Cell detection
  74. 74. Make them contributors! 300k data cleared by 10k people within 24hrs
  75. 75. SDC.tw 0th Sunflower Digital Camp 3/19 ~ 4/10
  76. 76. COSCUP × 1985 Q3 2013
  77. 77. Cable, Power, Radio 3/8 Live Broadcasting
  78. 78. 哋䠒懀螛 hands-on open-source Free Software Social Activism Civic Media public-spirited
  79. 79. 劅䨟矨螛 䰟蒺⧹螛 3/18
  80. 80. 3/19 #Broadcast (Hackfoldr, Hackpad)
  81. 81. 3/19 #Broadcast (Hackfoldr, Hackpad)
  82. 82. 3/20 Wifi Bridge #Supplies (Google Forms, PTT)
  83. 83. 3/21 WiMax Deployment #Network (Hackfoldr, Google Docs)
  84. 84. 3/23 g0v.today #HiNet #LAN
  85. 85. 3/24 EtherCalc Offline g0v.hackpad.com Offline
  86. 86. 3/26 #CivicJournalism
  87. 87. 3/27 123.g0v.today
  88. 88. 3/28 #SkyWatch
  89. 89. 3/29
  90. 90. 3/30
  91. 91. 3/31 #g0v-public UHXSOLQN SI6HQVH +LQHW3332( QJLQ[ 'QDPLF,3 HPWUXQN
  92. 92. /$1 UWQX UWQX /$1 /$1 WUXQN ⦻㔞 00 ႝ୍LS㝈ὶ NN XHIRUZDUG =;(/+XE ⌧᭷
  93. 93. %XIIDOR+XE ⌧᭷
  94. 94. 5 5 :$1
  95. 95. 4/2 #g0v-public (pfSense, nginx, git)
  96. 96. 4/2 #g0v-public (pfSense, nginx, git)
  97. 97. 4/4 #Loomio “Real democracy needs to include everyone.”
  98. 98. 4/5 #CivilConstitutionalConvention CC-By g0v.tw
  99. 99. #NetNeutrality %. ( +21 #1)1 ,* 0-(
  100. 100. '$!/
  101. 101. #NetNeutrality %. ( +21 When I supported broadcasting on that night, I wasn’t aware that people were going to climb over the wall. But only a neutral Internet #1)1 ,* can connect people inside and outside of the wall. Communication diminishes conflicts and misunderstanding — That was my only intention. 0-(
  102. 102. '$!/
  103. 103. #Transparency
  104. 104. “If we beli#eve Tin trhea ponwers ofp opaennreses annd tcranysparency, we shall wield it to triumph over darkness.”
  105. 105.   But what makes Internet telegardening interesting, and what makes it a cousin of traditional gardening, is that it affords a direct link with a real garden — not, of course a causally direct link, but an epistemically direct link. And it is this epistemic directness that matters. When telerobotic engagement is epistemically direct, it gives us uninferred knowledge of a garden thousands of miles away, and with it a desire to tend that garden and see it grow. – Michael Idinopulos, «Telepistemology, Mediation, and the Design of Transparent Interfaces» 
  106. 106. Taipei, November 8-9 30 talks Unconference http://summit.g0v.tw
  107. 107. Clay Shirky David Eaves Felipe Álvarez (FCI/CL) Gregory Engels (PPI/DE) Matthew Rumsey (Sunlight/US) Richard Bartlett (Loomio/NZ) Lucy Park (Team POPONG/KR) Paul Lenz (mySociety/UK) Tim KT Chan (Code4HK/HK) Taipei, November 8-9 30 talks Unconference http://summit.g0v.tw

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