::fibreculture:: Journal of Peer Production #15 TRANSITION
mathieu.oneil at anu.edu.au
Mon Feb 28 14:30:38 CET 2022
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THE FINAL ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL OF PEER PRODUCTION #15 TRANSITION
Issue editors: Panayotis Antoniadis & Mathieu O’Neil
JoPP #15 TRANSITION features six peer-reviewed articles exploring diverse aspects of transitions in peer production projects. Each article is accompanied by an additional piece or ‘complement’ which addresses the same topic in a non-academic manner. This experimental format aimed to explore the transitions, permutations and transformations of research on peer production. Reflections about change also inform the future of the Journal of Peer Production itself. It was collectively decided that the correct transition path for the Journal is to close its circle: this will be the last issue of the JoPP. This final issue will serve as a vehicle to strengthen the JoPP community and encourage its members to collectively learn from the past, and support each other in our future endeavors.
To that end, the issue comprises two dedicated sections: ‘Reflections on the past’ and ‘The future’ which will remain open for contributions by members of the JoPP community until the end of 2022, the final year of the Journal of Peer Production. In early 2023, a closing ceremony will mark the end of this era. More detail on the content of the issue – in its current incarnation – and the plans for its expansion can be found in our Editorial Notes. We look forward to your feedback and contributions.
As a final experiment in publishing processes, we invite the authors of this ultimate issue to present themselves in an online gathering in the context of the 7at7 series, on May 7, at 7pm CET, at
https://7at7.digital/<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/OY1ECjZrEQsGl3MDSRP_tG?domain=7at7.digital>. After a quick round of introductions to their work, we will have the opportunity to discuss all together the past and future of peer production.
Researching transition, transitioning research and saying goodbye to the Journal of Peer Production | Panayotis Antoniadis and Mathieu O’Neil
Plan C – Makers’ response to COVID-19 | Peter Troxler
Complement: Responses by Dyhrberg Højgaard, Boeva, García and Cuartielles
Collective capabilities for resisting far-right extremism online and in the real world | Cian O’Donovan
Complement: A framework for mapping, building, and evaluating collective capabilities
‘Meet your Personal Cobot!’ Framing participatory research in makerspaces as a trading zone | Tudor Basarab Ionescu and Jesse de Pagter
Complement: EU automation policy: Towards ethical, human-centered, trustworthy robots?
Prototypes as agents of transition: The case of DIY wireless technology for advancing community digital sovereignty | Hagit Keysar, Elizabeth Calderón Lüning and Andreas Unteidig
Complement: Collective Learning
Civic spaces and collaborative commons | Curtis McCord
Complement: Report on workshops and engagement
Making consensus sensible: The transition of a democratic Ideal into Wikipedia’s interface | Steve Jankowski
Complement: The link: A policy fiction
JOPP IN TRANSITION: OUR COMMUNITY
The Handbook of Peer Production: Interviews with practitioners | Rhizomatica, Harassmap, Ushahidi, Wikimedia Deutschland, Debian
JOPP IN TRANSITION: THE FUTURE
The triumph of peer production? Announcing the creation of the Digital Commons Policy Council | Kit Braybrooke, Angela Daly, Mathieu O’Neil and Stefano Zacchiroli
Really Simple Federation (RSF) | Panayotis Antoniadis
JOPP IN TRANSITION: REFLECTIONS ON THE PAST
A short history of the Journal of Peer Production by its founder | Mathieu O’Neil
Revisiting JoPP 6 on peer production and the law | Angela Daly
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