We’ve had enough of digital monopolies and surveillance capitalism. We want an alternative world that works for everyone, just like the original intention of the web and net.
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Le 25/08/2015 09:13, juh a écrit : > Am 24.08.2015 um 22:52 schrieb Francis Irving: >> >> http://redecentralize.org/conference/ >> >> It seems slightly odd having a centralized meetup for a distributed >> group of distributed Internet groups. But it makes sense, and some >> groups are organising team meetups around the same time. > It's not odd, if used for the right thing. Unfortunately I cannot come. > Really bad. > > I hope that there will be some discussions about the question: What do > we really want to do? > > I think that the centralization of the net is a social issue. I think it's a commercial issue. Sharing, at least with everyone, is not complicated using the Web. It was actually built to publish... in a decentralized way. I agree that as humans, we're social animals. But what made us centralize stuff is mostly greed. There is nothing written in stone saying that we need to centralize the Web to exchange. Actually, my company, Cozy Cloud, is working on standards that could enable different systems to privately share things. More details: http://camp.ouisharelabs.net/2015/dswg/ and https://www.w3.org/community/decsharing/ . --Tristan > We are > social animals. We go into the most crowded pub of the town just to meet > the three people we like most or to show up where the audience is big > enough for our ego. We travel far to go to a conference where we meet > people that share our interests. What are the models of our social > interaction? > > Do we want to go back to the status quo ante? Do we want to make a > decentralized copy of the current centralized services? Or are we going > to make something completely different? > > I have no answers. But we should listen to our inner voice. What do we want? > >> Please share the conference page with people you think might want to go! > Yeah, let's make some noise. > > juh -- Tristan Nitot - @nitot - https://cozy.io/ Cozy Cloud - Chief Product Officer (C3PO)