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fórum a poznámky
debata, bookmarky, ale aj copy&pasty úryvkov textov, správy, videá

(kolaboratívny research)

http://kyberia.sk/open-organisations/rss


-- intro --
už dlhšie sa pohybujem okolo viacerých neziskových organizácií aj neformálnych zoskupení. a stále ma zaujíma aké majú transparencia, otvorenosť, pluralita a sociálna zodpovednosť miesto v spolupráci. ako byť efektívni s ohľadom na dlhodobé dôsledky. aké sú limity samo-organizácie. čo vlastne znamená reciprocita. či je ok byť zodpovedný len sám pred sebou. aké podoby má demokratické rozdeľovanie zdrojov. ako prijímať (spoločné) rozhodnutia bez toho, že by musel človek niekoho riadiť. ako otvoriť projekt druhým bez toho, že by ich bolo potrebné "motivovať". či dnes berieme človeka v prvom rade naozaj žiaľ cez to či vie komunikovať cez technológie. či je dnes naozaj možné udržať len krátkodobý projekt či organizáciu. ako v organizácii zaistiť pluralitu politických či ideologických postojov jej členov. kedy je projekt úspešný.

a tiež som zvedavý akej organizácie by ste boli radi členom v roku 2022 - čo sa týka spôsobu rozhodovania, pracovných metód, medziľudských vzťahov, propagácie, vzťahu ku zmene, inovácii, stabilite, či udržateľnosti.


-- týka sa --
projektový manažment / research a koncept / komunikácia a jej nástroje / riadenie a rozhodovanie / zdroje a fundraising / budget a administratíva / partneri a externá spolupráca / propagácia / evaluácia a reporty


-- plus plus! --
* The Open Organizations Project, úvod do otvorených organizácií, autori najmä ľudia z indymedia.org, http://www.open-organizations.org, viac o pozadí fungovania indymedie: http://docs.indymedia.org/
* konsenzuálne rozhodovanie: "diskutuj až kým súhlasíš", http://seedsforchange.org.uk/free/consens
* esej Jo Freeman Tyrranny of Structurelessness napísaná v kontexte feministických osvetových stretnutí v 70s, často citovaná ako vhľad do obmedzení nediferencovaných organizačných štruktúr, http://www.jofreeman.com/joreen/tyranny.htm
* Workaholic culture: Life manažment pre kultúrnych pracovníkov, dielňa id MARS z augusta 2006, http://13m3.sk/?id=110
* prieskum inštitucionálnej vyspelosti (v oblasti riadenia, finančného a organizačného manažmentu) neziskového sektora na Slovensku 2006, Nadácia Pontis, http://www.nadaciapontis.sk/10950


-- susedia na kyberii --
copyright? intellectual property?? copyfuck! / neziskové organizácie / anarchizmus / eu fondy a iné / net cultures


fórum otvorené neziskovkám aj neformálnym zoskupeniam. teória aj prax. skúsenosti, príhody, ideály. zaujímavé sú často aj skúsenosti z korporátneho prostredia.




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dusanson
 dusanson      21.07.2015 - 17:19:08 , level: 1, UP   NEW
'otvorena organizacia' v praxi v Oaklande
https://omnicommons.org

video-tour budovou: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/open-the-omni-commons-for-all-of-oakland#/story

pracovne skupiny: https://omnicommons.org/wiki/Working_Groups

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vevericky hovoria
 vevericky hovoria      04.05.2012 - 12:00:00 (modif: 04.05.2012 - 12:00:57), level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
ahoj mozno vyznievajuco-hlupo-trivialna-technicka otazka:

ja len stale nerozumiem jednej veci ze co to znamena ked je system/platforma open source - ze bezi napr. open source stranka, a to, ako je nakodovana, tak ten kod sa da proste niekde (zkade?) lahko odkopyrovat a potom ho zacat modifikovat?
alebo si najprv musis ten kod vyvinuty odkupit?

diiik

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dusanson
 dusanson      06.05.2012 - 15:45:26 , level: 2, UP   NEW
Ak je softver open source, mozes si ho stiahnut spravidla zadarmo, licencia ti potom hovori ako s nim mozes dalej nakladat (niektore vyzaduju aby aj jeho modifikovana verzia bola pod podobnou licenciou). To iste pre data. Licencia pre softver a data na jednom serveri ale moze byt rozna. Kym Wikipedia bezi na softveri MediaWiki, ktory je licencovany pod GPL (ktoreho obdoba je CC BY-SA), a data su pod CC BY-SA, tak Facebook ma svoj kod uzavrety, no stale si moze dovolit importovat clanky z Wikipedie na svoj server, kedze ich licencia je zachovana (a embedovat k nim reklamu).

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pyxel
 pyxel      11.08.2012 - 08:06:53 , level: 3, UP   NEW
Nie je uplne spravidla ze si ho mozes stiahnut zadarmo. Open source licensie typu GPL hovoria, ze ak niekto distribuje program (za peniaze, zadarmo, pivo, whatever) musi k nemu pridat kod. Toto vsak neznamena, ze na tento kod ma narod kazdy.

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vevericky hovoria
 vevericky hovoria      02.04.2012 - 13:16:07 , level: 1, UP   NEW
Google Summer of Code
28 March 2012 // No Comment

Deadline: 6 April 2012
Open to: Students currently enrolled at universities, colleges or other accredited institutions
Remuneration: 5000 USD after the final evaluation deadline


Read more: http://www.mladiinfo.com/2012/03/28/google-summer-of-code/#ixzz1qsfKVyeo

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dusanson
 dusanson      10.01.2012 - 14:11:46 [1K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
looking to express and advance an understanding of how individuals and groups are working together as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement through visual language.

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blog: http://mappingthemovement.tumblr.com/
pdf: http://projects.occupy.net/attachments/download/70/FGA-mtm-slideshow-01.03.pdf

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dusanson
 dusanson      15.10.2011 - 13:47:14 (modif: 15.10.2011 - 13:47:56), level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
owc
clanok o samo-organizovani sa na Liberty Plaza v NYC

Generally Assembled at #OccupyWallStreet
By Nathan Schneider
http://harpers.org/archive/2011/10/hbc-90008270

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dusanson
 dusanson      11.02.2011 - 19:52:40 (modif: 11.02.2011 - 19:53:51) [1K] , level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
zakonitemu poklesu kompetencie clenov hierarchickej organizacie sposobenom ich profesnym rastom sa da predist nahodnym povysovanim.......

Peter principle: "Every new member in a hierarchical organization climbs the hierarchy until he/she reaches his/her level of maximum incompetence".

In order to avoid such an effect the best ways for improving the efficiency of a given organization are either to promote each time an agent at random or to promote randomly the best and the worst members in terms of competence.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6TVG-4XCYJCX-2&_user=10&_coverDate=02%2F01%2F2010&_rdoc=1&_fmt=high&_orig=search&_origin=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=3f9dade160d22819d95d39f9d8176a23&searchtype=a

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 dulb      13.08.2010 - 10:52:59 (modif: 13.08.2010 - 10:56:21), level: 1, UP   NEW  HARDLINK !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
Moja spriaznena dusa z portugalska by potrebovala pomoc. Pridavam text v jej mene. ak niekoho poznate, kdo sa zaujima o vzdelavanie mensin a obcanov na slovensku, dajte vediet mne do posty. dakujem.

We are a team of Portuguese researchers from Centre for Research and Intervention in Education of Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Porto (Portugal). We are developing a research project entitled “Participatory citizenship education in transitional societies”.
The project’s aim is to reach a wider understanding about Citizenship Education across Europe, and particularly whether educational policies, curricula and practices emphasise a political culture that values citizen’s active participation in civic and political issues in a diversity of contexts. To accomplish this, know the vision of NGOs is essential to discern which kind of Citizenship Education they are committed to.
Taking into account that your organization works on the field of Citizenship Education, we will appreciate your collaboration on this research project through the participation in this survey. It will be easier, if you recommend someone of your organization that could answer to some questions. We would like to ask too if you suggest other organizations working in this field at the national or European level.
Grateful for your collaboration.


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 aschenblond      19.05.2010 - 21:54:28 (modif: 19.05.2010 - 21:58:09) [2K] , level: 1, UP   NEW  HARDLINK !!CONTENT CHANGED!!


pokracko http://www.youtube.com/user/TVSolidarita#p/c/7ED08626C5A820E0

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aschenblond
 aschenblond      29.03.2010 - 13:34:11 (modif: 29.03.2010 - 13:34:20), level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
The Open Architecture Network is an online, open source community dedicated to improving living conditions through innovative and sustainable design.
http://openarchitecturenetwork.org

(ak bolo v arch. fore, sorry)

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muna
 muna      16.02.2010 - 16:40:10 , level: 1, UP   NEW
Viridian Note 00029: The Interfund
article

Bruce Sterling

From: Bruce Sterling
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 22:59:27 -0600 (CST)
Sender: owner-nettime-l {AT} basis.Desk.nl

Key concepts: art movements, Internet, reputation economics, arts grants, Europe, Interfund

Attention Conservation Notice: It's not about Viridians. It's about a group of European digital artists with a strange entrepreneurial scheme. Writers' original language not English. Written in postmodernese. Of interest mostly to net.organizational specialists. There's a manifesto tacked on at the end.
Entries in the Viridian "Fungal Typography" Contest: http://members.aol.com/stjude/

(((Parenthetical comments by bruces {AT} well.com)))

Source: Syndicate list; Xchange list; nettime list; Rasa Smite Diana McCarty Eric Kluitenberg



Links

[Interfund] - Create Your Own Solutions

Interfund meeting {AT} Xchange Unlimited, Riga November 29, 1998.
During the Xchange Unlimited Baltic New Media Culture Festival in Riga, a meeting was held to discuss the creation of the Interfund. The participants were Diana McCarty, Rasa Smite, Manu Luksch, Pit Schultz, Eric Kluitenberg, and others.

* What is the Interfund?

The Interfund does not actually exist yet.

(((Beta pre-release! I love it already!)))

The Interfund should be many things at the same time, a self funding project, a tool to create open spaces for sovereign experimentation in the digital networks. Neither a network nor a community, it should be a means for collaboration and exchange.

(((Fabulous! It sounds divine!)))

The Interfund was envisioned in Riga as a co-operative, decentralised, non-located, virtual but real, self-support structure for small and independent initiatives in the field of culture and digital media.

(((Sheer poetry! I couldn't have said this better myself!)))

What follows is a summary of the ideas that were discussed and the problems raised in connection with the possible shape of the Interfund.

(((Uh-oh...)))

First of all, the Interfund is an idea to create better ways to access funding and create funding possibilities of itself. The Interfund can also act as a redistributor of financial resources from the affluent enclaves to the impecunious. Funding and financing, however, is only one of the tools the Interfund will employ to achieve its aims.

(((Wait a minute -- you're giving away *free money* in your movement, and you expect this to be just *one* of your problems?)))

The Interfund should rather act as a "Resource Pool", shared by each of its members. These resources encompass a wide range of tools:

* knowledge & know-how * skills (a.o. translations in local languages) * software * open source development * access to servers, especially for streaming media in the net * reserving bandwidth and protocols (for example the registration for web multicasting, domain names, etc.) * support in dealing with official structures; = finding appropriate funding for projects = visa requirements = official letters of support, both in English and the local language = official invitations = official endorsements; * access to surveys and information sources about activities in the field of culture and digital media.

One practical way in which actual funding might work is that the Interfund creates its own capital to give micro-funding to individual projects. The organiser can then claim that the project in question is supported financially by the Interfund (complete with a letter of acceptance by the "board" of the fund). Funding may be as little as US$ 10 for a project, but can help to create interest from official institutions and structures.

(((A really clever idea here. They want to game the international art world by using a tiny amount of actual capital to create impressive, net-based, Interfund-conveyed, reputation capital. "Hi, I'm from Riga and I was sent here by Interfund! Look at this gold-plated, 256-color *Letter of Acceptance!*" "Really?! Wow! Let me see what the conference can do for you in the way of picking up that hotel tab!")))

Moreover the actual amount of funding by the Interfund need not be specified in all cases.

(((The tactic's even more effective when you boldly lie about it!)))

The possibilities for acquiring donations (not sponsorship) to extend the financial basis of the Interfund will be an area of attention.

(((Boy, I bet it will! Attention galore! We call that stuff "accounting" here in the USA.... So, are you bold pirates taking Yankee funds? The Pope-Emperor is totally down with your daring scheme! I got one of our goofy new 20- dollar bills for you, right here!)))

(...) (((considerable pious Euro arts/culture jabber deleted)))

* Form:

Though the Interfund will not have a fixed physical location, it should become a real virtual organisation (it is not a simulation). For this purpose a letterhead and design for the Interfund will be developed, as well as a web-site, e-mail address, a logo.... and... (a local Latvian speciality) an official Interfund stamp.

(((Why not a *mascot?* We Viridians got a mascot! And our own typography! The *Latvian stamp,* though, we envy that more than we can say....)))

All graphical elements will be made down-loadable from the Interfund site for its members (PDF files). The Interfund will be run as a strictly virtual office (a decentralised centre).
Possible legal forms and their implications for establishing the Interfund as an international state-less entity are currently investigated. Should it become a registered society, a charity, a foundation, or yet something else? (...)

By dealing with official structures, the Interfund is an attempt to prevent artists'-run and independent initiatives from becoming institutionalised themselves. It should act as an effective bureaucracy protection shield.

The emphasis of the Interfund will lie on horizontal co- operation, which is anti-hierarchical and fundamentally decentralised. Nonetheless the question cannot be escaped who will take responsibility for making the structure work, co- ordinate activities, deal with requests, etc. (who is doing what?).

(((I know the answer, I know! Try theocratic feudalism!)))

This division of responsibilities should be worked out. The Interfund will have to be multi-nodal.

(((A lovely phrase, and an obvious recipe for instant nightmare.)))

To develop the Interfund as a democratic structure, a voting system will have to be considered, for instance when accepting individuals to the "board" of the Interfund. The membership of this board would then be temporary and rotating between members.

(((That sure sounds like instant bureaucracy to me, but what do I know -- I'm just a lonely absolute dictator.)))

The Interfund should always be open to new members. However, every new member has to commit him- or her-self to contributing to the shared pool of resources in some way, by donating skills, knowledge, non-propriety software, financial means if possible, and a willingness to multilateral co- operation.

((("From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs" -- but what is the *medium of exchange* between all these skill sets? You're trying to set up a barter economy with no gold standard.)))

These issues of membership, representation and expertise have to be clarified.

(((Yes they do. Obviously. Good luck getting that done before 2075.)))

* Actions:
* Contacts will be established to other cultural activists in the new media scene, via networks such as Xchange, Syndicate, Rhizome, , etc.
* In the local Nordic/Baltic context, where this initiative was emerging cultural networks in the region (BIN, PCC, Nordic Arts Council, etc.), and other parties who share similar or related interests (a.o. the EFF).

(((This might actually work if you got some kindly Scandinavian government to give you some start-up money. The Swedes, for instance == they're probably no better at closing arts councils than they are at closing nuclear power plants.)))

* For the Next 5 Minutes conference, March 12-14, in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, a meeting will be prepared to lay the foundation for the Interfund.

(((Another excellent reason to visit Holland before it vanishes underwater. I certainly hope to hear more about Interfund; despite my skepticism, I have the friendliest feelings about this idea, and would love to see it, somehow, against all odds, actually work.)))

Contact: Rasa Smite Diana McCarty Eric Kluitenberg

(((And now for a good-old-fashioned Interfund arts manifesto:)))

The Interfund initiators finally wish to make the following claims:

* Work of artists and independent cultural initiatives in the field of digital media, including innovative technical experimentation, should be considered as valuable in and of itself. This work should not be supported solely if it fits within an established policy framework (like social innovation, employment, etc..).

(((Art pour l'art! You betcha! We Viridians want to see *science* and *engineering* work like that!)))

* Technology should be seen as an integral part of contemporary culture.

(((Couldn't agree with you more!)))

* The Interfund demands less politicisation of culture. What independent new media culture needs is support, not political rhetorics or questionable historical narratives.

(((Right on! Let's start a committee to make sure art's not politicized, and to weed out all the historical narratives that are questionable!)))

* No competitions.

(((Wimps!)))

* Create your own solutions.

(((We'll do our best, and do let us know if you find any of your own!)))

Thank you very much for your attention.

[*The Interfund*] (under construction)

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dusanson
 dusanson      16.02.2010 - 17:19:34 , level: 2, UP   NEW
mate v ofise na nastenke?

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muna
 muna      18.02.2010 - 18:06:54 , level: 3, UP   NEW
nie, mame tu..:)
http://www.tacticalmediafiles.net/listing.jsp?pagetype=texts

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dusanson
 dusanson      18.01.2010 - 00:34:31 , level: 1, UP   NEW
BarCamp
A Barcamp is a very loosely structured, largely ad-hoc gathering of people who want to share information, socialize, teach and learn in an open environment. Everyone is expected to participate, nobody's supposed to just spectate.

Block Breaking
This is a hybrid of Speed Networking and Lightning Talks, combined and adapted for the purpose of breaking people out of mental blocks and creative dead ends... such as writer's block. People from different disciplines who've each reached a creative impasse in their work gather, briefly describe their mental blocks, and then pair up to brainstorm on ways to break each other out of blocks.

Code-A-Thon
During a Codeathon, a group of hackers get together for a nonstop 2 or 3-day session of intensive collaborative work to build open-source software that solves problems for nonprofit organizations. Is it possible to adapt this structure for other sorts of work? This follows along the barcamp tradition and it's not very structured, and anyone who comes up with a project that they want to see built at the Codeathon is expected to champion it to the group, recruit helpers, hash it out and manage the work on the fly.

Coworking/Jelly
A day-long casual coworking session that may or may not have a general theme. It's a way for people to shake up their routine a little, meet some new people and still get a lot of work done. The physical site and timeslot are the only things that bind the participants together. This leaves time and room for unprogrammed, unplanned, unstructured use of the spaces and infrastructure.

GTD
End your week on a high note by bringing your to-do list. Every time someone scratches something off their to-do list, write it on a post it, and post it on a "Done" board. Get things done before most people finish catching up on their morning email!

Lightning Talks
Each participant introduces herself and presents something she's working on or interested in very briefly. Then everyone mingles, helping each other with the problems, asking further questions about the successes, suggesting collaborations, gigs, etc.

Pair "Programming"
Inspired by "pair programming" ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pair_programming ) People team up in pairs. Person A takes the role of "driver," cranking out his/her work and focusing on the tactical minutiae of the work; person B is "navigator:" observing person A, catching errors, making suggestions, helping, and thinking about the strategic direction of the work. Then they switch roles.

Speed Networking
Participants pair up for a brief period of one-on-one business networking, then one person in each pair moves to the neighboring table for the next session. This is repeated until everyone in the first group has networked with everyone in the second group, speed dating style.

(z http://www.breakoutfestival.org )

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dusanson
 dusanson      27.11.2009 - 16:23:25 (modif: 27.11.2009 - 16:24:00) [1K] , level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
"At Google [..] developers bid for what they want to do with their time. If there’s a big job to be done people commit to parts of it. And the parts nobody commits to do? They don’t get done. Really. "

http://www.cringely.com/2009/09/the-peoples-republic-of-google/

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dusanson
 dusanson      27.11.2009 - 16:25:45 , level: 2, UP   NEW
+

"There is no marketing input.

Effectively, there is no marketing.

This approach isn’t without precedent. I saw much the same thing during the early days at Apple where new products were entirely driven by engineering. Engineers built whatever they wanted to build and it was up to the company then to sell it. Google apparently operates in much the same fashion."

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acidmilk
 acidmilk      27.11.2009 - 16:40:58 , level: 3, UP   NEW
jj. ale toto je imho rovnako dolezite:

Google is not your father’s software company, that’s for sure. The fact that it works so well (makes so much money) comes down to the realization I had that Google isn’t a software company at all. It’s an advertising company.

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dusanson
 dusanson      27.11.2009 - 17:07:43 , level: 4, UP   NEW
toto som nepochopil..

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acidmilk
 acidmilk      28.11.2009 - 12:41:29 , level: 5, UP   NEW
ja si to interpretujem tak, ze zdroje prijmov spolocnosti a jej obchodna orientacia ovplyvnuju styl riadenia. "there's no marketing at all" je trochu zavadzajuce vyhlasenie, vzhladom na to, ze oni svoj softver nepredavaju. neviem si celkom predstavit, ze by taky system mohol fungovat v spolocnosti, ktora poskytuje nejaky uceleny produkt.

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 pht      28.08.2009 - 10:36:51 , level: 1, UP   NEW  HARDLINK
http://sicamp-cee.net

Social Innovation Camp Central and Eastern Europe (SICCEE) is scheduled for 16-18 September in Bratislava, Slovakia, to coincide with the CEE Trust's Civil Society Forum.
http://sicamp-cee.net/examples

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twoclicks[Locked_OUT]
 twoclicks[Locked_OUT]      05.05.2009 - 17:19:35 [3K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
vlastne pre nieco podobne som sa sem do kyberie (nakoniec uspesne) dobyjal. Zaujimaju ma podobne formy spoluprace ako su rozne open organizations, neformalne siete, collaborations a vselijake nizsie spominane formy. S par znamymi sme v malom sa nie celkom uspesne pokusali o vselijake formy (nic moc vysledky - sama diskusia, ziadna akcia - a ak mam byt zly, tak vacsina iniciativ linkovanych z tohto fora ma rovnake vystupy, len zahalene do dost dlhych cool viet).

Zatial jedina kolaboracia, ktora sa mi viac-menej podarila dlhodobejsie bola vlastne antitezou otvorenej organizacie - zalozili sme si pred 8 rokmi s par kamosmi z piva firmu, ktora doteraz funguje a zivi par rodin (no, zas VSZ to nie je). Kazdopadne sme to po cely cas viedli prisne hierarchicky, tajnostkarsky (tajilo sa co sa dalo, na hranici paranoje) a na taku malu organizaciu (max 10 stalych zamestnancov) rigidne. Do velkej miery sme prestali byt kamarati a v niektorych pripadoch sme byvalych kamaratov poslali do pecka. Niektore veci sa casom zjemnili, ale v od open organization to ma daleko, niektore pokusy zaviest otvorenost boli dokonca kontraproduktivne - zamestnanec ide vzdy cestou najmensieho odporu. Tolko moje "skúsenosti z korporátneho prostredia".

Odvtedy cokolvek nove zacinam, chcem, aby to bolo co najotvorenejsie a co najmenej hierarchicke - nechcem uz prist o dalsich kamaratov... ale vysledky su rozpacite, az tristne - mojou sukromnou teoriou je, ze tieto open veci nie su dobre struktury pre leadership a ze bez neho to proste nejde. Neverim na crowdsourcing, vsetky priklady, co sa snazim sledovat maju nedostatocne vysledky a aby som analyzou pricin tohto javu neobjavoal druhy raz koleso, vyjadrene je to daleko nad moje schopnosti tu:
http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/lanier06/lanier06_index.html

Aby som pridal aj pozitivnu linku, myslim ze uspesne otovrene kolaborcie mozu vzniknut z tejto iniciativy:
http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Hackerspaces
(ozaj, ma to nejaku obdobu na Slovensku?)

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aschenblond
 aschenblond      28.07.2009 - 16:13:26 (modif: 28.07.2009 - 16:17:23), level: 2, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
ahoj, pisem dizertacku o organizacii multipace, ktora sa snazi dodrzaviat pravidla a principy open org./(tie su popisane napr. tu: http://www.open-organizations.org/view/Main/IntroToOpenOrg / no ved to asi prestudovane mas)

dost som si k tomu nacitala aj takej tej klasickej literatury z manazmentu a riadenia organizacii, resp. toho, co je dostupne tu, pretoze som potrebovala niektore veci definovat cez existujuci slovnik, aby to aj skolitel a oponenti mohli nejak uchopit, ze co tu slecna riesi (a hlavne aj sa to dalo viac menej:))

multiplace ale nie je len otvorena organizacia, ma kombinovanu strukturu a zalezi, o akych procesoch sa bavime. resp. definovala som si to, tak, ze jej organizacna KULTURA je otvorena organizacia,
a organizacna STRUKTURA je kombinovana:
- "hierarchicka" (obcianske zdruzenie, ktore ma statutara, a stanovy, ktore su obmedzene sk legislativou. ale jasne, ze moze rozhodovat konsenzualne atd, ked chce.)
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- "pruzna" a ta pruzna to je: sietova (tu patri napr.festival sietovej kultury) a maticova (uplatnuje princip vykonnych skupin, ktore spolupracuju na priprave festivalu i inych veciach)

asi by sa to dalo este vselijako inak zadefinovat, no ved uvidim, ci obhajim.

(inak suhlasim s tym, co pise dusanson)

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dusanson
 dusanson      12.05.2009 - 23:03:52 , level: 2, UP   NEW
ahoj, vdaka za prispevok.

ja si myslim ze forma otvorenej organizacie je vhodna na urcite kulturne a umelecke projekty, pre socialne hnutia, a tvorbu sofveru...

pre zivenie rodiny by som hladal riesenia inde....

firemne prostredie ma uz inherentne zabudovanu nevrazivost, ktora sa prejavi skor ci neskor, uz len preto, ze je cloveku hovorene co ma robit - ci uz sefom, alebo dopytom.. kratkodobo ok, ale na dlhu trat to je nezvladnutelne.

snad rodinne podniky maju cosi do seba, zatial to neviem dobre nazvat

mozno by stalo este za pokus produkovat veci gratis a na globalnej urovni a zit z dobrovolnych mikro-prispevkov (?!)

tazko ti ale niekto povie, ze v otvorenej organizacii sa s niekym nerozhadas

c-base (ad hackerspaces) si skor myslim, ze nie su otvorenou organizaciou - toci sa okolo jedneho ikonickeho sefa

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pht
 pht      05.05.2009 - 18:59:02 , level: 2, UP   NEW
ktore priklady maju podla teba nedostatocne vysledky?

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twoclicks[Locked_OUT]
 twoclicks[Locked_OUT]      05.05.2009 - 21:46:42 , level: 3, UP   NEW
skusim presnejsie:
ak si zoberieme linku z predcahdzjuceho postu
http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/wintercamp/2009/03/09/overview-final-presentations-reports/
Tak v nej prezentovane iniciativy nie si zle veci, len mi cely ten cirkus okolo pride trochu overkill ak to potom porovname s realitou
napr.:
"Bricolabs describes itself on its website as a distributed network for global and local development of generic infrastructures incrementally developed by communities."

"Dyne.org is a decentralized, open, nomadic and displaced network, that exists through and in cooperation with multiple networks. Dyne.org mainly operates like a fluid grassroot power, through institutions. This means that the network will and can never be institutionalized (because this would mean settling down)."

....vsetko veci co sa dobre citaju, su plne sexy pridavnych mien, ale ked sa clovek pokusa najst nejaky netrivialny vysledok tychto projektov, vzdy narazi na nieco, co sa dalo zoragnizovat cez gmailovy kalendar a vygenerovany content dosahuje kvalitu blogu nejakeho DIY nadsenca. (Ponechajme bokom ze to cele casto vyzera ako dalsi sposob ako prinutit niektory zo stedrych fondov EU zatiahnut ceyhranicne stretnutia kamosov pod ruskom budovania nehierarchickych invacnych sieti etc.)

... takze toto myslim pod nedostatocnymi vysledkami.

Mozno to prehanam s pesimizmom (moj default mode je skepsa), velmi rad sa necham presvedcit o opaku, kedze take nieco chcem v buducnosti robit - nejae projekty uz v hlave nosim, hladam pre ne prave tieto ramce. (Moju skepsu merne nahlodava napriklad samotna kyberia, patri medzi tie uspesnejsie veci v tejto oblasti - zda sa, zas som tu tri dni aj s cestou - aj ked este budem musiet dlho odkryvat, ze ako to tu funguje).

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aschenblond
 aschenblond      28.07.2009 - 16:22:26 (modif: 28.07.2009 - 16:22:37), level: 4, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
"co sa dalo zoragnizovat cez gmailovy kalendar a vygenerovany content dosahuje kvalitu blogu nejakeho DIY nadsenca." haha dobre dobre .))) sa smejem.

no ber do uvahy aj fakt,ze sa proste niektore veci/procesy/principy "testuju", ze aj o tom to je.

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twoclicks[Locked_OUT]
 twoclicks[Locked_OUT]      28.07.2009 - 16:38:37 , level: 5, UP   NEW
nechcel som aby to znelo znevazujuco (aspon nie primarne). ja vsetkym tymto experimentom drzim palce (zijem striedavo v SNV a v BA (s relativne vysokou frekvenciou striedania) a nejaka fungujaca multiplace forma organizacie by sa mi hodila do kramu), ale mozno keby menej vymyslali pridavne mena pre to co robia a prezentovali viac netrivialnych vysledkov, moje nadsenie by bolo meratelnejsie

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aschenblond
 aschenblond      28.07.2009 - 17:04:27 , level: 6, UP   NEW
tak ale su aj vysledky .)

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twoclicks[Locked_OUT]
 twoclicks[Locked_OUT]      28.07.2009 - 17:33:19 , level: 7, UP   NEW
nevylucujem, je mozne ze som zle hladal/mal zle zadefinovane priority/bol skazeny "korporatnym" prostredim.
urobim si niekedy (oh the procrastination...) poctivy resers/mozno sa ta potom spytam nejako zmysluplne naformulovanu otazku, kedze si expert v teme :)

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dusanson
 dusanson      23.03.2009 - 15:07:36 (modif: 23.03.2009 - 15:08:57), level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
final prezentacie ucastnikov winter campu v amsterdame:
bricolabs, creative labour, goto10, meta-group, microvolunteerism, free-dimensional, floss manuals, edu-factory, mycreativity, upgrade! :
http://networkcultures.org/wpmu/wintercamp/2009/03/09/overview-final-presentations-reports/

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dusanson
 dusanson      30.12.2008 - 20:07:13 (modif: 30.12.2008 - 20:09:31), level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
http://www.toytowngermany.com/wiki/Stammtisch
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tertulia