[DC3] RightsCon Meeting

Jane Coffin coffin at isoc.org
Tue May 22 20:07:30 UTC 2018


Hi All –


News in today from Paris/UNESCO.

IGF will be there in November.

Evidently the French Presidency will announce it tomorrow.

 

Thailand was the other contender.

 

Best,

Jane

 

 

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From: <dc3-bounces at listas.altermundi.net> on behalf of Harris Niavis <harniavis at gmail.com>
Reply-To: Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity <dc3 at listas.altermundi.net>
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 4:04 PM
To: "luca.belli at fgv.br" <luca.belli at fgv.br>, Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity <dc3 at listas.altermundi.net>, "jan at delife.io" <jan at delife.io>, Doug Schuler <douglas at publicsphereproject.org>, "donna_scheeder at comcast.net" <donna_scheeder at comcast.net>
Cc: Stavroula Maglavera <smaglavera at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [DC3] RightsCon Meeting

 

Dear all, 

 

We are very happy to lead the development of the DC3  workshop proposal for the IGF 2018.

 

We have transferred the online form in this google doc, where we can all together collaboratively write our inputs.

 

Regarding the format, I guess we go for a 90min Panel. We have already contacted 3 speakers mainly in the blockchain area, to speak about the blockchain technology as a complementary one of CNs and waiting for their responses. Of course, you can propose other speakers to be included. As discussed in Toronto's meeting, we will need your help in order to complete some fields especially those that are based on previous experience in IGF.

 

In the next days, we will fill the document with more information and might ask you to add to specific fields, but you can already start putting information wherever you think necessary.

 

Best,

Harris

 

On Fri, 18 May 2018 at 05:18, Luca Belli <luca.belli at fgv.br> wrote:

Dear all, (apologies for typos, I am writing fom a device with no corrector) 

 

Yesterday, we had a very interesting and fruitful meeting at rightscon. Below a brief recap of the ideas that emerged from the discussion.

 

General considerations:

 

First, it would be interesting to dedicate the 2018 DC3 outcome to a compilation of exsiting toolkits (e.g. Mazi tooltik), instructions (e.g. Commotion), technologies (Libre Router), etc. that allow people to concretely build community networks, rather than elaborating another book. 

 

Second, it would be good to dedicate part of the DC3 session to "let the unconnected speak for themselves" i.e. bringing into the debate people that are currently attempting to build CNs, to lat them share the difficulties they are facing and discuss with DC3 members how to solve them. Nico Pace and Leandro pointed out that there are a lot of commmunities that are attempting to build CNs that would be willing to share their experience.

 

Third, it would be very interesting to dedicate part of the session to discussing partnerships with stakeholders with whom we can establish unexplored cooperation. IFLA (Donna was present at the meeting) was an obvious exemple but many others can be added to the list (e.g. community radio, etc).

 

Lastly, (this point partly overlap with the previous one) it would be very interesting to bring into the discussion and and establish cooperation with developers of technologies that can be compelentary to the development of CN e.g. blockchain projetc (e.g. delife.io which was presented by Jan who participated to the meeting), IoT solutions developers, etc.

 

Important question:

 

Which format could be the best suited for a compilation of toolkits, etc? A specific website? A webpage of the DC3 site? Something else?

 

Specific considerations:

 

It would be very challenging to discuss all the points mentioned above during the DC3 session (even if the 90 minutes slot has been reinstored, after many participants complained about last year 60 min slot). Therefore it would be advisable to put forward a workshop proposal, besides the DC3 session.

 

The session DC3 could have a structure along these lines

 

- presentation of (at least some of) the initiatives featured in the compilation/catalogue of toolkits (40 min)
- discussion with people in their early phase of CN development to undertand the challeges they are facing (30 min)
- discussion with potential partners (20 min)

The discussion/presentation of technologies and initiatives that can compelement CN development is so broad that could be the object of a specific session.

 

Stavroula and Harris, from Mazi, kindly volunteered to take the lead to develop the workshop proposal (deadline 27 May) for a collaborative workshop where such initiatives/technologies can be presented. 

 

Info on how to develop a workshop propsal can be found here https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2018-call-for-workshop-proposals (pay particular attention to "workshop evaluations") 

 

Here is the online form to submit the proposal https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2018-workshop-proposal-form 

 

Here the list of the workshop approved last year to have some exemples http://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2017-workshops 

 

Please feel free to share comments and add any info I may have forgotten or correct anything I may have misreported

 

All the best

Luca 


 

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Harris Niavis 

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