Technological Sovereignty, Volume #2

Book from Calafou about the next thing after free software

maxigas @ 34C3

“Consumption cooperatives organise themselves in order to establish direct contact with providers, but then, why don’t people self-organise their technological providers, buying the technological support they need directly from them, like carrots?” — Margarita Padilla

“Food sovereignty is the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define own food and agriculture systems. It puts those who produce, distribute, and consume food at the heart of food systems and policies rather than the demands of the market and corporations.”
— Via Campesina

Made in Calafou…

in collaboration with…

  • Ritimo Foundation, France;
  • hacklabbo, Italy;
  • COATI, Europe;
  • and others.

Book, vol.1

  • Thematic overview
  • French, Spanish, Catalan, Italian (new!)
  • AVAILABLE at the Anarchist Village
  • https://sobtec.gitbooks.io/sobtec1/

Book, vol.2

  • Case studies
  • French, English, Spanish, Catalan, Italian
  • AVAILABLE at the Anarchist Village
  • https://sobtec.gitbooks.io/sobtec2/

Vol.2: Table of Contents

  • Preface by Margarita Padilla

Part 1: Initiatives for technology sovereignty

  • Non-destructive algorithms vs. weapons of math destruction
  • Rhyzomatica, community mobile phone network
  • COATI: Simultaneous translation using radio frequencies
  • Leaking platforms
  • Collective of alternative, transparent, open, neutral and solidarity service providers (CHATONS)

Part 2: Developing the characteristics of technology sovereignty

  • Encrypting mails with usable tools: Mass adoption of encryption technologies
  • Keeping technological sovereignty: The case of IRC
  • Gamification
  • Appropriate technologies
  • Technological Sovereignty Cooperatives

Tool chain

  • Git (git.lattuga.net, 0xacab.org, github, gitlab, …)
  • Markdown (github flavour)
  • GitBook
    • HTML
    • EPUB
    • PDF
    • Plain text repo
  • DTP version with Scribus
  • READ IT, SPREAD IT, FORK IT, TRANSLATE IT!

Libware

  • Which books there are?
  • How to get printed copies in different places?
  • Who is available to speak about the books?
  • Which events there are?
  • What resources are there, for instance for presentations?

https://gitlab.com/maxigas/libware/

MOAR books

MOAR repos

Everything:

  • https://sobtec.gitbooks.io/

Alternative repos:

  • https://github.com/sobteclib/
  • https://gitlab.com/sobteclib/
  • https://0xacab.org/sobteclib/

Rendered HTML:

  • https://www.digitigrafo.it/doc/ST/

Questions?

Email address:

maxigas@anargeek.net

Slides URL:

https://slides.metatron.ai/34C3/

Website URL:

https://relay70.metatron.ai/

OpenPGP fingerprint:

FA00 8129 13E9 2617 C614 0901 7879 63BC 287E D166