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Introduction to Digital Commons

Introduction to Digital Commons

The vocabulary and concepts of the digital commons, along with an analytical grid to assess whether a digital service is governed as a common or not.

Full whitepaper: https://communs.mattischneider.fr
Version with notes in French: https://speakerdeck.com/mattisg/construire-des-communs-numeriques

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Matti Schneider

October 22, 2018
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  1. DIGITAL COMMONS Matti Schneider @matti_sg_fr @matti_sg communs.mattischneider.fr

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  3. LE COMMUN

  4. FROM WHICH DERIVES LE COMMUN UN COMMUN

  5. THAT GENERATES FROM WHICH DERIVES COMMONS LE COMMUN UN COMMUN

  6. FROM WHICH DERIVES COMMUNI TIES THAT GENERATES LE COMMUN UN

    COMMUN MANAGED BY COMMONS
  7. FROM WHICH DERIVES THAT GENERATES LE COMMUN UN COMMUN COMMONS

    CONTRIBUTIVE MINIMUM COMMUNITIES MANAGED BY
  8. FROM WHICH DERIVES THAT GENERATES LE COMMUN UN COMMUN COMMONS

    COMMUNITIES MANAGED BY BRAND SOURCE CODE USAGE DATA COMMUNITY STRATEGY DIGITAL
  9. STRATEGY SOURCE CODE USAGE DATA COMMUNITY BRAND Component Contribution means

    Facilitation means Minimum common Contributive common Pull request Peer review Gatekeeping Tri, feedback, validation, intégration… Free software license Copyleft license Software use Support No condition other than protecting other users’ rights Availability warranty (SLA) Software use Promotion Challenges… Free database license Copyleft license Workshops animation Content creation Network registration Product management Community management Possibility to request sending messages to the community Automated, shared messages publication Public promotion Advertisement, presentations, articles… Introductions Promotion Initiatives support License to use branding elements Branding trademark registration with usage chart Feedback Workshops User research Development priorities defined by the community Investment strategy defined by the community Agent Contributor Operator Warrantor
  10. Component Contribution means Facilitation means Minimum common Contributive common Pull

    request Peer review Gatekeeping Tri, feedback, validation, intégration… Free software license Copyleft license Software use Support No condition other than protecting other users’ rights Availability warranty (SLA) Software use Promotion Challenges… Free database license Copyleft license Workshops animation Content creation Network registration Product management Community management Possibility to request sending messages to the community Automated, shared messages publication Public promotion Advertisement, presentations, articles… Introductions Promotion Initiatives support License to use branding elements Branding trademark registration with usage chart Feedback Workshops User research Development priorities defined by the community Investment strategy defined by the community Agent Contributor Operator Warrantor STRATEGY SOURCE CODE USAGE DATA COMMUNITY BRAND Pull request, peer review on gerrit.wikimedia.org Handling incoming
 pull requests GPL-2 Connecting on wikipedia.org “News” page
 Featured article of the day CC-BY-SA-3.0 “Edit” link Discussion pages Account suspension
 Changes rollback CC-BY-SA-3.0 Verifiability Acceptability “First step” page Yearly challenges and events Etiquette Recommending Quoting Hyperlinking Merchandising Wikimedia Foundation trademark policy Consensus or vote Vote for administrators election Public resolutions Individuals Administrators Wikimedia Foundation
  11. DIGITAL COMMONS Matti Schneider @matti_sg_fr @matti_sg communs.mattischneider.fr