#P2PDataJam in Review

A quick review of last Wednesday 12th’s #P2PDataJam.

David Rozas developer of the directory platform collected some interesting data from the day. In total 14 new users signed up and 25 additional cases were added to the directory. While this may not seem like a lot. Each additional case requires quite a lot of data and can take some time to complete. Thanks to all who contributed.

We had groups in Barcelona, Madrid and Quito and a nice mix of visitors from all over the world, however as you can see from the map below there is still a lot of ground to cover.

If you would like to contribute Ruben Martinez (IGOPnet) produced an instructional video on how to use the directory.

There were hangouts throughout the day hosted by the Barcelona team. Mayo Fuster Morell gave an ‘Introduction to P2PValue and the directory’,
David Rozas spoke about the ‘Technical details of the P2PValue directory’, Antonio Tenorio (UCM) gave a ‘Presentation of Kune’. We were also joined Jaume Barcelo and Pedro on behalf Guifi.net, Maria G. Perulero on behalf Goteo.org, and finally for a Discussion on “Analizing value in CBPP experiences” by Michel Bauwens (P2PFoundation), Marco Berlinguer (IGOPnet) and Marcos García (Medialab Prado). Special Thanks to Jorge Salcedo (IGOPnet) and Mayo Fuster Morell for coordinating all of this.

Jaume Nualart also did a nice visualisation of the directory data.

Playing with #P2Pvalue API #P2PDatajam. -> http://t.co/wcUMpJm75I #goodnight #visualization

— jaume nualart ||★|| (@jaumetet) March 12, 2014

 

The more cases we have the richer the directory so please do what you can to spread the word and thanks again you for taking part.

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#P2PDataJam in Review

A quick review of last Wednesday 12th’s #P2PDataJam.

David Rozas developer of the directory platform collected some interesting data from the day. In total 14 new users signed up and 25 additional cases were added to the directory. While this may not seem like a lot. Each additional case requires quite a lot of data and can take some time to complete. Thanks to all who contributed.

We had groups in Barcelona, Madrid and Quito and a nice mix of visitors from all over the world, however as you can see from the map below there is still a lot of ground to cover.

If you would like to contribute Ruben Martinez (IGOPnet) produced an instructional video on how to use the directory.

There were hangouts throughout the day hosted by the Barcelona team. Mayo Fuster Morell gave an ‘Introduction to P2PValue and the directory’,
David Rozas spoke about the ‘Technical details of the P2PValue directory’, Antonio Tenorio (UCM) gave a ‘Presentation of Kune’. We were also joined Jaume Barcelo and Pedro on behalf Guifi.net, Maria G. Perulero on behalf Goteo.org, and finally for a Discussion on “Analizing value in CBPP experiences” by Michel Bauwens (P2PFoundation), Marco Berlinguer (IGOPnet) and Marcos García (Medialab Prado). Special Thanks to Jorge Salcedo (IGOPnet) and Mayo Fuster Morell for coordinating all of this.

Jaume Nualart also did a nice visualisation of the directory data.

Playing with #P2Pvalue API #P2PDatajam. -> http://t.co/wcUMpJm75I #goodnight #visualization

— jaume nualart ||★|| (@jaumetet) March 12, 2014

 

The more cases we have the richer the directory so please do what you can to spread the word and thanks again you for taking part.

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