Crowd Doing: Fostering participation in common-based peer production (CBPP) communities.

The EU funded P2Pvalue project is developing an online collaboration tool to relieve participation issues in commons-based peer production communities.
This talk will introduce which are those main issues, the concept solution to resolve them (the Crowd Doing) and a short demo of the mobile/web app implementing it.

Date: 
Thursday, 29 October, 2015 - 12:30 to 14:00
Presenter(s): 
Pablo Ojanguren
Presenter(s) biography: 

Pablo Ojanguren is a software engineer and project manager (PMP). He has worked in Accenture, BBVA (the second largest bank in Spain) and Yell Group (Yell.com, Yellow Pages) among others. He is specialized in content management systems and integration architectures and now works as researcher/senior developer in the P2Pvalue project. He is very interested on decentralization of digital services to resolve social issues (e.g. peer-to-peer participation and digital democracy, data privacy, etc). He is an advocate of design thinking and design research methods to shape digital products and services.

Location: 
26AD03