Category:Brazil P2P WikiSprint

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= Our aim is / will be to map a maximum number of ‘P2P’ based initiatives in Brazil .

Raw material can be added here at http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/1

The Portuguese-language section is at http://p2pfoundation.net/Brazil_P2P_WikiSprint


General Description of the Open Research Project

The Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology - IBICT, the School of Communication at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the P2P Foundation have initiated the mapping of P2P culture and initiatives all over Brazil. This mapping should include open, participatory and commons-oriented projects that redesign society, government and business. The aim is to show the wide variety of ways in which Brazilian citizens and others are creating value together, using the new social and network technologies to facilitate their cooperation.

The project is also a personal initiative of P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens, Clovis Lima of IBICT, with the generous help and guidance of Vinicius Braz Rocha, who will, along with friends and associates, also launch a P2P Foundation Brazil initiative.

The launch event took place in various locales on Wednesday, November 28th, between 2 and 5 pm. But: this is an ongoing project and all assistance is very welcome!

The summary announcement is located here at http://bauwensp2p.wordpress.com/mapa-p2p/

Our aim will be to map a maximum number of ‘P2P’ based initiatives in Rio de Janeiro in particular, and in Brazil generally .

Summary: How to Add Items

Please use the collaborative open documents, 'pads':

- You can see all the pads here http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/ep/padlist/all-pads?undefined

- Change your password the first time

- Bernardo Gutierrez created a General Pad with instrucctions (the same of Google Doc, but shorter), and with all the links to the pads. http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/1

- to check for doubles: there is a ´doubles pad´document http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/3

- Every category has an own PAD. These are the categories.

  1. Economy (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/4),
  2. Entrepreneurship (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/11),
  3. Politics (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/12),
  4. Govern (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/5),
  5. Civic engadment (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/6),
  6. Culture (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/7),
  7. Movements & Collectives (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/8),
  8. Networks (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/13),
  9. Education (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/9) and
  10. Religion (http://p2p-wikisprint-br.titanpad.com/10)

List of Additions

List of Additions before the WikiSprint

The first item in the WikiSprint

  • Olha Obra: crowdmap, geographically located initially in Niterói, crowdsourced and open to collaboration. It is based on a free open-source platform called Ushahid. OlhaObra is the crowdmap prototype, that will observe the demolition and construction of buildings around the city, in order to pinpoint real estate speculation.

Thanks to Laffayete Alvares Junior!


List of Additions during the WikiSprint

Portuguese-Language


Suggested additions (looking for volunteers!!):

  1. Onda Cidadã (Wave Project Citizen 2012) http://ondacidada.org.br/mapeamento/
  2. Movimento Cinema Icaraí Já!!! - BR (Movement Cinema Icaraí Now!!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/161307930587578/ (Laffa Engajamento Civil, políticas culturais p2p)
  3. Observatório Social de Niterói - BR http://osniteroi.blogspot.com.br/ (Laffa, Engajamento Civil, políticas públicas, Goverrno P2P)

English-Language

List of Additions after the WikiSprint

Details on the WikiSprint Procedures

General Background Information:

The P2P Foundation's wiki has section page on Brazil, with introductory material that may be considered a bit outdated, but will be renewed and updated thanks to the WikiSprint. You can access to it from this link.

To find general information on p2p and participatory developments in Brazil, see our bookmark collections at Delicious and Diigo

An example of a similar mapping effort in Athens, Greece.

Resources for the P2P WikiSprint contribution process

Every volunteer will be asked to find and offer five initatives to be mapped and described.

Communication via email list [email protected] ; the password is mapap2pbr Comunicação via email [email protected]; a senha é mapap2pbr

Google doc draft preparation page at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e7L1S1woMmfzxfw1lvImtMV-mA3ch2vmD2ZBajl87cc/edit

The raw material will be inputted on a collaborative document

The Geolocation and mapping of the initiatives will be done on a Ushahadi map:

Recommended Process:

1) check for doubles here below or at http://p2pfoundation.net/Category:Brazil

2) input the data according to the following format:

  • Title/Name: Attention: For Portuguese language items, add "-" BR to the filename
  • one line summary description (portuguese / english)
  • main URL
  • Description: (one short paragraph minimum in English; the rest can be in Portuguese language)
  • Details:
  • Discussions: extracts of any additional material adding insights to the logic of the projects
  • More Information: (any links for further material on the project)
  • Related projects: list similar projects with links
  • Contact: (includes address)
  • Tag: use freeform keywords of your choice
  • Proposed Categories: areas of activity: Business / Politics / Spirituality / Movements etc .. ; category tags are verified by maintainers/editors

Physical places for collaborating on the WikiSprint:

  • ECO-UFRJ
  • Amaivos (ngo downtown Rio that promotes interculture & religious understandings)
  • Moleque de Ideias ( an IT and kids open apprenticeship space in Niteroi)
  • MJV Tecnologia & Inovação
  • Rio Junior

Criteria (for inclusion)

In very general terms, you are welcome to include any project that has a significant participative or collaborative aspect. We aim to find such projects that redefine the way business is done and how the market operates; the way government is done or how the state operates; the way society functions and how civil society operates. The latter includes the wide field of cultural expression as well.

More strictly defined, this is what defines peer production projects in the narrow sense:

  • open input: contributions must be ‘permissionless’
  • participatory production and governance process: contributors must have a say ; transparency and openness of the collaborative processes
  • commons-oriented output: the results of the collaborative must be shareable, i.e. use of commons-oriented licences saída orienta

However, for the purpose of the projects, which is also interested in all hybrid and mixed projects that invite external collaboration, these criteria should be seen as polarities.

Projects that enter within the scope of this mapping project are:

  • commons-based peer production
  • open innovation, co-creation, co-design
  • crowdsourcing and crowdfunding
  • participatory governance and political projects such as participatory legislation, planning, budgetting
  • projects focused on openness, such as open data etc ..
  • projects focused on wider inclusion and participation of broader layers of the population
  • ethical economy projects where profit-making is subsumed to wider “for-benefit” considerations, i.e. social economy, ethical economy, solidarity economy
  • any project involving a measure of mutualization of knowledge (open source, free licenses) and infrastructure (collaborative consumption) ; including workplaces (coworking, hackerspaces, fablabs, etc ..)
  • projects involving distributed infrastructures such as meshworks for communication, distributed machinery such as 3D Printing
  • political and social movements that support any of the above


What we would like to find:

  • the best p2p/collaborative/participative blogs in Brazil
  • the best p2p/collaborative/participative Facebook and other Social Media group pages, especially on alternative social media,
  • the best p2p/collaborative/participative twitter feeds
  • the best public intellectuals, grassroots individuals and groups, and thinkers/doers in this area
  • the best books and articles, including eBooks on the topic
  • the best audio and video material
  • the best resource directories including other mapping initiatives


List of Contributors

  1. Anne Clinio
  2. Ana Buanque Ferreira
  3. Adriana Cox Hollós
  4. Beatriz Martin
  5. Bruno Stehling
  6. Julia Stadler
  7. Janice Figueredo
  8. Marcio Gonçalves
  9. Marianna Zattar
  10. Mariangela Maia
  11. Mariana Meirelles
  12. Dayo de Araújo Silva Côrbo
  13. Fátima Santana
  14. Simone Faury Dib
  15. Simone Alves
  16. Fabiana Menezes
  17. Victor Hugo Vasconcelos

Directory of the Original Brazil Directory

A

  1. Anti Cinema Collective

B

  1. Banco Palmas
  2. Bernardo Gutiérrez
  3. Brazilian Digital Culture Forum


C

  1. Camila Moreno
  2. Catarse
  3. Community Informatics in Brazil
  4. Consegi
  5. Cubo Card
  6. Cultivo - Brazil


D

  1. Digital Participatory Budgeting in Belo Horizonte


F

  1. Felipe Altenfelder Silva
  2. Fernando Baptista
  3. Fora do Eixo


G

I

  1. Institut Pares


J

  1. Jose Murilo


L

  1. Landless Workers Movement - Brazil

M

  1. Mapas Livres
  2. Marco Civil
  3. Meu Rio
  4. Miguel Said Vieira


N

  1. National Equitable and Solidarity System of Trade - Brazil


O

  1. Olha Obra
  2. Otoridades


P

R

  1. Rosa Acevedo


S

  1. Solidarity Economy in Brazil
  2. Submidialogia Network


T

  1. Transparencia Hacker ; Transparency Hacker


U

  1. UNAMAZ


V

W

General Directory and Map

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