[HacktionLab] Involving indy.im in Zylum/Weaving Our Own Web
zoe at esemplastic.net
Sun Dec 7 17:07:27 UTC 2014
Mysteriously bumping into a lot of old London indymedia folk of late, we came to talk about the need for proper archiving of the residue of our adventures and tales.
I've no capacity to organise any such thing at present but would love to be in touch with anyone who did - or just knew of a good project that was?
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> On 6 Dec 2014, at 19:29, indy.im at aktivix.org wrote:
> Hi Benjamin,
> Thanks for the thoughtful response.
>> On Fri, Dec 05, 2014 at 09:41:49AM +0100, zylum at peacenews.info wrote:
>> Dear indy.im,
>> Many thanks for your response and feel free to forward this
>> email to anyone if you see that as useful.
> I've forwarded the mail through to the Hacktionlab network, and have
> moved this conversation to that list.
>> You will be pleased to hear that one of the opportunities at our
>> event on 10th Jan. will indeed be for discussion about the
>> federated, and open web. If you have an idea for a workshop or a
>> debate which you would like to host. it is not too late to give you
>> a slot in the programme. If you are interested, I can also share the
>> draft programme with you, so that you can see what is already being
>> offered. I would love to involve you in the event and in the testing
>> phase for the online tools (which will begin in the middle of next
>> week). Do let me know if you would like to take up these
> It would be interesting to see the application, and particularly the draft
> program. We could contribute to a discussion on federated
> and open web, strategies for data autonomy and participation in
> federated social networks, and hosting practices ?
>> As to your specific questions about anonymity, encryption and logs.
> I chose those as they may be clear differentiators about choice of a
> zylum installation and whether it suitable for a particular group users.
> Another useful question could be the legal regime that the hosting
> organisation is based in. For example organisations like
> indymedia.org.uk ( which is not so active these days ) have suffered
> from servers being seized by law enforcement, and have developed
> strategies to protect against these by using encryption and hosting in
> several international locations. More recently Bristol Indymedia have
> suffered these attacks, with have resulted in it closing. It's my
> understanding that these were in regard to direct action around
> anti NATO protests.
> Other issues that have caused problems have been animal rights
> actions, SHAC and Badger Cull actions. Being able to defend user
> communications in the face of these attacks can be challenging and
> I hope that you are able develop a robust way of solving these problems
> and that it is clear that these attacks on our organising tools are
> real and not imagined.
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