In this broadcast, developed by Myroslava Keryk and Benjamin Cope of the Our Choice Foundation in Warsaw, we follow the stories of three Ukrainians working in Poland, in different sectors. The tales they tell bring to light different aspects of an emergent and shifting landscape of labor that is as yet only sketchily mapped. We believe that these experiences of migrant labor have much to tell about new challenges for building shared interests among workers, and thus about a radical reorganization of society whose outcome is as yet unknown. This podcast was originally published at podcasts.ceu.edu as part of the project “Towards Shared Interests between Migrant and Local Workers” supported by the Europe for Citizens programme … Continue reading →
https://radar.squat.net is an alternative and radical events agenda. It lists events at autonomous and community spaces that are generally either free or entry on donation
It would be great to see more events from other places around the world listed.
*please boost for visibility*
#Job opening at Tactical Tech for a front-end engineer:
So I cast off my 2018 temperature blanket on Jan 1st and I am so pleased with how it turned out. I knit one garter stitch row every day for 365 days based on the daily high temp for my city. It was a very rewarding project. #knitting
Discovering the #Translation tool on #Wikipedia, which use #Yandex.
Je découvre l'outil de #Traduction sur Wikipedia, qui utilise Yandex.
There is a wiki page collecting feedback for #35c3 – please add your voice! https://events.ccc.de/congress/2018/wiki/index.php/Feedback
At least 7 discussion meetups about #climatechange took place during #35c3. We are excited to announce one of the results: a new orga team @c3sustainability formed, to work towards #sustainable and #climate-neutral CCC events (camp, congress, regional events). We want to work out effective and practicable measures and suggest them to existing orga teams to improve current practices. Do you want to get involved? We can use your ideas and support! Check out https://hacc.uber.space/c3sustainability #hacc
Just a reminder for everyone at #35c3:
The fediverse meetup is tomorrow at 14.00 in Lecture Room M3
BBC Computer Literacy Project (1980-1989) archive
2,509 programme clips... sounds like a lot of tagging work: https://computer-literacy-project.pilots.bbcconnectedstudio.co.uk/explore
"Neat URL" is an amazing Firefox extension which cleans up all the utm_shit parameters
Hi #35c3, a friend of mine is looking for two tickets to join last minute. Is anyone selling theirs?
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
After three years of (semi) regular existence, it is now high-time that the Pervasive Labour Union zine takes a very close look at the universe of the alternatives to corporate social networks.
What do these alternatives look like? What are the requirements of a 'true' alternative?
The Pervasive Labour Union zine already broached some of these topics on its Special Issue with the Homebrew Server Club on XMPP. To follow the HBSC’s strategy, a premium should be put on alternative approaches, not on any specific alternative apps.
We need federated social networking solutions based on open standards that are able to communicate among themselves, regardless of the platform being used.
Which protocols can and are being developed to achieve interoperability between the different alternatives? How do scale and trust influence the field? What are the forces at play within this realm and how to engage with them?
With this issue, we propose not only to collect a field guide of sorts, but also to open up the discussion on the alternatives and how to tackle the challenges posed by network effects, scalability and financial viability.
DEADLINE: February 5th
Submit to: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
job opportunity at the Data Justice Lab
Code Ecologies, which looks incredibly interesting & amazing
will be livestreamed (15 Dec)!
If you want to follow remotely, we're gathering around this pad: https://pad.vvvvvvaria.org/WttF.fediverse.worksession and in this XMPP groupchat xmpp:firstname.lastname@example.org?join. Please feel welcome to join!
In the worksession of this afternoon we're looking at translations, specifically the translation work that has been done (or not yet) of the joinmastodon.org webpage.
Tonight will be a roundtable conversation around Mastodon, introducing it and formulating *Frequently Asked Questions* (FAQ) ànd *Specific Questions To Ask* (SQTA) together.
We will dive into what the fediverse is, how it works, who is on there, who made it, what it means to host communities and how and where on can contribute.
design * bureaucracy,
Mediawiki Stockholm syndrome,
botnet as infrapuncture,