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Thursday, July 17 • 14:00 - 15:00
Open Design Definition workshop

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The Open Design Definition has been an open source and collaborative effort from the start, in order to build a community around the discussion of Open Design and its implications. The Open Design Definition is an effort to define collaboratively and mark a fix point in the development of Open Design: a piece of knowledge that is important for open design knowledge to be developed and shared openly.

The Open Design Definition is still under development and need your help for improvement! After discussing it online and at many events including Open Knowledge Festival 2012, together we will discuss it and write it in order to reach a stable version. Further discussion on how to follow its development or on its implementation and related projects may also be part of the workshop.

There is an increasing discussion about Open Design, but many times there are different definitions about it, and still it is not clear how to manage and publish design projects as Open Design. With the Open Design Definition we are collaboratively filling this gap, and a final workshop would help us fill the missing point and further discuss it.

We expect the definition to reach at least version 0.5 if not already 1.0 (current version is 0.3)! The participants will discuss the definition, post comments, make improvements and write the definition together with the facilitators.

Session hashtag: #OKFestDesign

This session was co-created by members of the Open Design & Hardware Open Knowledge Working Group. This session remains editorially independent as it was put together in consultation with the Programme Team following the same guidelines as for other sessions at the festival.  

Facilitators
avatar for Peter Troxler

Peter Troxler

Research Professor, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
I am a Research Professor at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences on the topic of the Third Industrial Revolution. My field of research is the impact of readily available direct digital manufacturing technologies and the design and manufacturing practice of “fabbers” and “makers” on the creative and manufacturing industries, and the emergence of networked co-operation paradigms and business models based open source principles... Read More →
avatar for Christian Villum

Christian Villum

International Community Manager, Open Knowledge
Disruptive technology geek, project bootstrapper, open data advocate & electronic music buff. International Community Manager for @OKFN.

Thursday July 17, 2014 14:00 - 15:00
Space S4 Kulturbrauerei

Attendees (25)