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This category will index conference events related to Peer to Peer topics.

Please also do check our Delicious tag on the topic.

A list of specific lectures on P2P is available here

Important: Partipate in our next International Commons Conference, “Constructing a Commons-Based Policy Platform,” which will be held in Berlin, Germany, on November 1 and 2, 2010

Key Upcoming P2P Conferences

Milestones and Conference Reviews

  • Please reand the amazing Conference Reviews by Ismael Peña-López, lecturer and researcher on 102 p2p-related events through 538 live-blogged articles [1]

November 2009:

  1. David Bollier reviews the Free Culture Forum meeting], which establishes a charter for a free culture in the digital age.
  2. Sam Rose and Paul Hartzog review the November 3 conference in Manchester, on Media Ecologies for Post-Industrial Production
  3. Review of: CPoV: Wikipedia Research Initiative Conferences in Bangalore (12/13 January 2010) and Amsterdam (26/27 March 2010), Institute of Network Cultures and Centre for Internet & Society. Interview with Johanna Niesyto and Nate Tkacz.
  4. Review of: The 3rd Free Culture Research Conference (FCRC), Freie Universität of Berlin and Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (8/9 October 2010). Interview with Leonhard Dobusch and Michelle Thorne.

Past conferences organized in Croatia:

  1. Economy of Crisis Capitalism and Ecology of the Commons" (, 2012),
  2. A Squandered Future?: Austerity Policies, Public Sector Marketization and Privatization of Public Goods (, 2012),
  3. Open Institutions: Institutional Imagination and Cultural Public Sphere (, 2011),


2010 Conference Agenda

Agenda Sites

  1. Peter Suber maintains a list of Open Access Movemnent conferences.
  2. JD Lasica selects the key social media conferences of 2009
  3. IC4TD Events: maintained by Ismael Peña-López
  4. 2014 conferences and events covering the intersection of technology and civic engagement, public participation, dialogue and deliberation, conflict resolution, open government and related areas. [2]


1. See the tag:

2. Ismael Peña-López regularly live-blogs conferences and they are available here

By July 2009, the following conferences were covered:

  • First Annual ICT4D Postgraduate Symposium; Second Annual ICT4D Postgraduate Symposium; Third Annual ICT4D Postgraduate Symposium
  • Web 2.0 for Development
  • e-Stas 2007, Symposium on Technologies for Social Action; e-Stas 2008; e-Stas 2009,
  • 3rd Internet, Law and Politics Congress; 4th Internet, Law and Politics Congress; 5th Internet, Law and Politics Conference
  • Towards a Social Science of Web 2.0
  • Web 2.0 for Education ; Open Ed Tech 2008 ; Working Session on Open Social Learning
  • Development Cooperation 2.0
  • iCities 2008, Blogs, e-Government and Digital Participation
  • Network Society: Social Changes, Organizations and Citizens
  • Fighting the Digital Divide through Education
  • Citizen Politics
  • Course on Digital Competences


Augmenting Conferences through technology: great overview of tools and examples by George Siemens and Terry Anderson et al. Reviews Augmented Conferences, Blended Conferences, Online Conferences etc...


  • Pentabarf is an open source conference planning software.
  • Open Conference Systems, is "a free Web publishing tool that will create a complete Web presence for your scholarly conference".



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