[p2p-research] Where the P2P jobs are...
michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 23:31:37 CET 2009
p2p probably means filesharing in such systems or p2p computing,
but as for p2p as a social process:
here some candidates: barcelona, amsterdam, talinn, and perhaps: Malmo,
Sweden; Vienna ..; Toronto with its OSBR; Vancouver as open city ...
you'd have to look at the availability of hackerspaces, hubs, co-working
institutes, as indicators of sufficient maturity to create physical places
see http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/P2P-Places .. I would love for a volunteer
to start mapping thesse places on a google earth or open street map ..
On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 8:35 PM, Ryan Lanham <rlanham1963 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was just playing around in Indeed.com which is a US job search site.
> I entered P2P (which often comes up in accounting terms as "procure to pay"
> or some such) "open source" etc.
> Nearly all of the jobs listed were in Boston or San Franciso/SV in the US.
> Where are other physical centers where people would find "vibrant" P2P
> If Paul Krugman's Nobel Prize winning work is at all useful, we should
> expect P2P to arise where it is most getting traction.
> Andrew claims Portland, Oregon...a great town and a progressive one...is
> that on the list? Where else?
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