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27 Nov

JOURNAL OF PEER PRODUCTION: “OPEN” EOI & CFP ISSUE #13

PEER PRODUCTION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE The Journal of Peer Production (JoPP) is a volunteer-run peer-reviewed journal which has since 2011 both researched and put into practice the principles of peer production, understood as a mode of commons-based and oriented production in which participation is voluntary and predicated on the self-selection

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03 Feb

CfP JoPP Special Issue #12: The Institutionalization of Shared Machine Shops: New Spaces, Networks + Practices.

Editors Kat Braybrooke,¬†Adrian Smith Summary Two years ago, a special issue of the Journal of Peer Production on shared machine shops described them as the “occupied factories of peer production theory”. The authors of that issue compiled a theoretically-grounded and empirically informed analysis of member-owned spaces like hacklabs, hackerspaces and

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