Chris Pinchen has been responsible for communication strategies and implementations for NGOs, organisations, companies and individuals, as well as their on- and offline presence. This involved communicating with the media and other stakeholders, setting up, improving and maintaining websites, blogs and social media accounts, preparing publications and interacting with communities. As a long time member of the the P2P Foundation Chris has worked on the blog, wiki and social media platforms as well as carrying out community engagement and fundraising. He formed part of the team doing a major study into the emerging collaborative economy for Orange and is chair and a founder member of the P2P Coop.

Currently he is coordinator and communications lead at ChokePoint Project, building a near real-time global censorship/surveillance monitoring system and a resident at Lighthouse in Brighton where his focus is on privacy, surveillance & censorship. A contributor to the CryptoParty Handbook, Chris has been involved with CryptoParties in Berlin, Luxembourg and Brighton

Report on the creative workshop on new tools for collaboration

  On May 6th and 8th, the P2Pvalue development team organized participative workshops on collaborative tools in la Tabacalera to identify the needs, desires and difficulties of Common-Based Peer Production (CBPP) communities. These workshops were facilitated by Carolina García and Antonio Tapiador. Though participation was lower than hoped, some interesting results where obtained from the events. […]

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Survey on Value in Commons-­Based Peer Production (CBPP)

The  P2Pvalue project is undertaking research on commons-­based peer production (CBPP) communities around the world. The goal of this research project is to develop a software platform to support sustainable models of value generation in commons-based peer production. As part of this work, the P2P Foundation is interested in understanding more about how value is created in […]

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Creative workshop on new tools for collaboration

The P2Pvalue project aims to build a communication and collaboration tool for communities which build and manage commons, such as Wikipedia, Arduino, the bike-lab of your neighborhood and probably the community you participate in. That is why we are organizing a creative participatory workshop to identify among all participants which problems we have with current tools, what we need […]

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Workshop on Free/Open SourceDistributed Platforms for Peer Production

The Workshop on Free/Open SourceDistributed Platforms for Peer Production was held in Madrid in December 2013. All project deliverables will be available on the dedicated page – this embedded version of the workshop report is for ease of reading, it is available here as a downloadable PDF.   Workshop on Free/Open SourceDistributed Platforms for Peer Production by P2Pvalue

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Public Presentation of the P2Pvalue Project

The public presentation of the P2Pvalue project will take place on Wednesday, January 22nd at the CCCB in Barcelona in an event which aims to encourage debate and community participation, extending an invitation to participate in the project and meet up with local P2P communities. How does value work in emerging organisational forms? What conditions […]

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P2Pvalue Workshop on Free/Open Source Distributed Platforms for Peer Production

December 9-10, 2013, Madrid Location Facultad de Informática (Faculty of Computer Science), Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) C/ Prof. José García Santesmases, s/n, 28040, Madrid (Spain) Monday 9th December Room: First Floor, @Sala de Reuniones 09:00  Arrival & Registration 09:30  Presentations of CAPS software platforms (DecarboNet, Ia4Si, D-CENT) 11:15  Coffee Break 11:45  Presentations […]

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Hello World!

Welcome to the P2Pvalue project blog   This is the space where team participants will post information about the the progress of the project – blog posts, interviews, podcasts, papers, research information and findings, data, videos etc. We aim to make it a dynamic space reflecting the way in which the project is undertaken, a […]

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