The Journal of Peer Production - New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change
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The very first issue of the Journal of Peer Production was published under the title Critical Studies in Peer Production. It was hosted by Oekonux, a non-profit organization devoted to the theoretical and practical advancement of peer production. The Journal of Peer Production was then hosted by the Foundation for P2P Alternatives, a non-profit organization aiming to study the impact of peer to peer technology and thought on society. The journal is now hosted at M247 in Manchester courtesy of Peter Troxler.


Kat Braybrooke link
University of Sussex

Maxigas link
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Mathieu O’Neil (maintainer) link
University of Canberra

Johan Söderberg link

Maurizio Teli link
Aalborg University

Sophie Toupin link
McGill, UQAM

Nathaniel Tkacz link
The University of Warwick

Peter Troxler link
Hogeschool Rotterdam

Web support

Peter Troxler

Editorial Board

Robert Ackland
Australian National University

Matthew Allen
Deakin University

Panayotis Antoniadis
ETH Zurich, Nethood

Shaowen Bardzell
Indiana University

Michel Bauwens
Dhurakij Pundit University International College

Gabriella Coleman
McGill University

Steve Collins
Macquarie University

George Dafermos
Delft University of Technology

Angela Daly
Swinburne Institute for Social Research

Vincenzo D’Andrea
University of Trento

Alessandro Delfanti
University of Milan

Matthijs den Besten
Ecole Polytechnique

Mayo Fuster Morell
European University Institute

Dariusz Jemielniak
Kozminski University

Athina Karatzogianni
University of Leicester

Vasilis Kostakis
Tallinn University of Technology / P2P Lab

Stefan Meretz
Activist and author, blog

George Michaelides
Nottingham Trent University

Andrew Murphie
University of Sydney

Toni Prug
Queen Mary, University of London

Jakob Rigi
Central European University

Ernst Schraube
Roskilde University

Christian Siefkes
Software developer and author, blog

Felix Stalder
Zurich University of the Arts

Ed Steinmueller
University of Sussex

Tiziana Terranova
University of Naples

Sophie Toupin
Université du Québec à Montréal

Brian Whitworth
Massey University

Andreas Wittel
Nottingham Trent University

Stefano Zacchiroli
University Paris Diderot, Former Debian Project Leader