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Open Space - PPI Conference 2011

About the Conference

The Conference was held 12th - 13th March 2011 at Messehalle Ost, Friedrichshafen, Germany.

The Title was: „Sailing in the open sea - Pirate design for tomorrow“

The Open Space was organized and facilitated by: Björn-Erik Wenz – www.changepioneer.de


Documentation

This PDF documents the outcome of the Open Space Conference held during the PPI Conference in Friedrichshafen.

PDF documentation of the working groups and projects (8.5Mb)

During the Process Issues were raised, ammended and resulting Projects initiated. The raising of Issues is complete, however they can still be ammended and you are also encouraged to create additional Projects.


Issues and Amendments

Each Issue can be Amended, even now. This Section lists all the Issues (contained only in the PDF) and the related amendments. Please create a new amendment section using the template if necessary.


1. Journal on Pirate Politics

2. ANONYMOUS – DDOS protests

3. BRADLEY MANNING

4. How to kill ICANN?

5. A network for the people run by the people?

6. New Parties Task Force

7. Education policies (?)

8. Future Statute Amendments

9. 100% TRANSPARINCY IN PIRATE PARTIES

10. Pirate Academy – Free Knowledge for Everyone

11. ESTABLISHING of DRM RADIOSTATION of PPI

12. PPI Statements of Principles and Policies

13. ADVOCACY NEWSLETTER – NEWS FROM OTHER PIRATE COUNTRIES

Look at bottom for more information about project started about this. (not sure how to link...)

14. HEALING CANNABIS

15. PPI fundraising

16. INDECT

17. Ex-Taskforce wikileaks officially move to PPI?

18. Desertification of Spain

19. Language & Pirates

20. Democracy in Northern Africa

21. EU Election CO-ORDINATED CAMPAIGN

22. Pirate Party Marketing

23. Financial Transparency

Additions, Ideas, Comments, Questions, … concerning the Issue: 23. Financial Transparency

Please write ssds (short / simple / direct / structured).

Removing the ill(...unreadable...) of money would result in less movement of (...unreadable...) and a stagnating (...unreadable...) --Josef

24. The upcoming links betwen Internet & democracy „democracy 2.0“


Resulting Projects

Please fill in project details, if more projects have been started and insert relevant links.

Each Project can be Amended, even now and new Projects added too. This Section lists all the Projects. Please create a new section using the template if necessary, add yourself as the contact person and set a date for the first meeting."


"If you look at all the Issues and the Amendments, ask yourself, what does this - everything that happened at the conference - mean for me personally and for me as a pirate. If possible, discuss this with other participants or a friend. Then listen into yourself and reflect, what is it, that connects so deeply to me and my causes that I want to see that it becomes alive, that it is provided with a heart and life, that it may get wings to fly and soar into the sky, that it may get feet to walk to where the work is to be done and hands so that it can move and change something and thereby make a difference. If you have found that, then make a project out of it, put it here and share it with others so that they can join forces with you.

Then you all think about the next steps that are necessary and agree on a first meeting. The contact person is not necessary the leader of the project, but he initiated it, sets the time and place for the first meeting and makes sure that all the people are invited and reminded of it. Everything else will be discussed then.


Project 1: EU Election Campaign

  • My / our Next Step - What / Who / When / Where / How:
    • schedule a kick-off meeting
  • First meeting:
    • TIME AND PLACE OF NEXT MEETING not yet set

Project 2: Pirate

  • All who participate:
    • Simon Schmitt (PPFR)
  • My / our Next Step - What / Who / When / Where / How:
  • Contact Person:
    • pirate.academy ad rhinux.de (Martin Rudel)
  • First meeting:
    • TIME AND PLACE OF NEXT MEETING not yet set

Project 3: A Network for the people run by the people

  • All who participate:
  • My / our Next Step - What / Who / When / Where / How:
  • Contact Person:
    • Chiara Moraglio scrivimi_qui ad hotmail dot it
  • First meeting:
    • TIME AND PLACE OF NEXT MEETING not yet set

Project 4: Healing Canabis

  • All who participate:
    • PP-CZ
    • PP-CH
    • PP-ES
    • PP-IT
    • PP-NL
    • PP-CR
    • PP-RS
  • My / our Next Step - What / Who / When / Where / How:
    • the world wide weed
    • Roma @Fusolab (hackerspace) Italy
    • Summer 2011
  • Contact Person:
    • Ivan.Bartos at ceskapiratskastrana.cz
  • First meeting:
    • TIME AND PLACE OF NEXT MEETING not yet set

Project 5: Pirate Dictionary

  • All who participate:
  • My / our Next Step - What / Who / When / Where / How:
    • Wiki Page!
  • Contact Person:
    • jakub.michalek at ceskapiratskastrana.cz
  • First meeting:
    • TIME AND PLACE OF NEXT MEETING not yet set

Project 13: Advocacy newsletter - "Changingpirateparties.net'

Basically the project would be an advocacy newsletter for international information between pirate parties. Containing news, election results and examples of pirate activities that could be used in other countries (e.g. in Sweden they do something called culture-bombing =collecting old books/cd's, throwing a sticker on the back with some info on PP and handing out to people)

So far something that has been lacking between countries is the communication between pirate parties. We're mostly working on global issues but most of information between our international parties still go through informal channels. Nothing wrong with having personal connections but would be good structuring it up a bit and allowing other interested parts to partake of what is happening. Creating a newsletter would allow an overview as well as an ability to help each other by giving examples of campaigns,organizations etc.

Twitter: @ppnewsletter E-mail: contact [@] changingpirateparties.net

    • I'm a PR/Marketing student back in Sweden and this project of creating the advocacy newsletter would be part of my course. This means I have two months of full-time work to coordinate and organize it. Starting in April I will dedicate one day each week for working on this, in May I will be working full-time with only this project and I would have some of June for it as well.
    • A feedback group for the newsletter has also been created with pirates from 10+ countries helping with feedback in the direction of the newsletter
  • Contact Person:
    • Josef Ohlsson Collentine // contact [@] changingpirateparties.net