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Broadening the horizon of present knowledge in hackers communities

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October 04, 2015

Broadening the horizon of present knowledge in hackers communities

Slides presented at the 2nd "Il Tempo delle Donne" event in Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015.

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Hiyashi

October 04, 2015
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  1. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Broadening the Horizon of Present Knowledge in Hackers Communities Dr. Yuwei Lin University for the Creative Arts (UCA), UK
  2. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    No knowledge is too trivial! Tacit or explicit; Local or global; Coded or uncoded; “Knowing how” or “Knowing that”; Individualistic or organisational
  3. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    From Looms to Programming Code
  4. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    DIY Feminist Festival, Manchester, 2011
  5. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Trans Hack Feminism (THF) 2014 Calafou, Spain
  6. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Mz Baltazar's Laboratory, Vienna, 2014
  7. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Mapping with OsmAnd
  8. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Paper Mapping
  9. Knowledge making • Observing • Classifying • Sorting things out

    • Linking, associating with our experiences and available knowledge • Socialising
  10. Il Tempo delle Donne, Triennale di Milano, 4 October 2015

    Nothing is too trivial; even a bench and a water tap are worthy data!
  11. Advantages of broader contributor groups • larger group of potential

    contributors • for collecting data • for updating data • more diverse views of the world Knowledge/data is created in different contexts. What content is regarded relevant? (Elwood 2008; LAM et al. 2011; Callahan & Herring 2011) “'the exclusion and under-representation of information from and about marginalised people and places in existing data records is linked to the ensuing exclusion of their needs and priorities from policy and decision making processes” (Elwood 2008)
  12. Women who made OpenStreetMap | FLOSSIE 2013 | 8-9 November

    2013 | London 12 encouraging FEMales to MAP (fem2map) http://cartography.tuwien.ac.at/fem2map This work was funded by the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) within the structural research program FEMtech fFORTE.