Welcome to this Federated Wiki site - **mhopen2020**. Here we consider perspectives on platformed digital tools for activist practice, and work towards a design for a cluster of sessions in the Open2020 conference.
About us . .
Writer, culture hacker, designer-maker, anthropologist . . I'm from Venus, what is it you do round here? aka barefoot doc. Here's some story, some reflections, some back catalogue
What we do and share here . .
Here we consider perspectives on platformed digital tools for activist practice, and work towards a design for a cluster of sessions in the Open2020 conference.
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