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Mapping the cooperative economy

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Short presentation for panel at 2018 Session outline:

This introductory session will provide an overview of “the mapping project” in which Louis Cousin from Cooperatives Europe will lead a discussion about the mapping objectives and the challenges many groups have already experienced when trying to “map the ecosystem”. The overview will feature presentations and introductions from Colm Massey from the Solidarity Economy Association; Laura James Co-founder at Digital Life Collective; and Tom Ivey from about their specific mapping projects and objectives.

There will be time for some discussion and debate with the audience and then the same panel will move into the Working space to continue a working session on the same subject – with a view to developing a steering group focussed on “Developing taxonomies for describing co-ops and solidarity organisations” using Linked Open Data.

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Mapping the cooperative economy

  1. 1. What is the Digital Life Collective? @tech_we_trust
  2. 2. What business, industry or trade does the society intend to carry out? The society will operate as a consortium co- operative carrying out the following activities: research, design, fund, develop, certify and use digital products and services that respect and protect human rights.
  3. 3. Why are we mapping? ● Help tackle a complex challenge ● Maps offer an easy way to start to understand territory ● different levels: ○ showcasing: single node ○ analysis: what can I understand from the map? ○ empathy: what are the outcomes and obstacles for other projects? ○ synthesis: ask the right next question
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  5. 5. @doteveryoneuk
  6. 6. Map goals ● make them interoperable & increasingly useful to the communities that co- created them ● keeping in mind the longer-term goal of allowing a single profile entry for an organisation or project so it can appear within several ecosystems ● Technical bits: ○ current data behind these maps is a public resource that uses a live JSON file maintained in our GitHub and is visualized through Kumu ○ working to publish this data in additional forms such as NodeJS and Resource Description Framework (RDF) ○ Survey:Kinto>JSON>travis-ci>GitHub (minus contact name and email)> Kumu ○ Roadmap: editable nodes / authentication for node ‘ownership’ / muggle-friendly issue flag as well / notifications / decentralized data backend / data export in multiple formats / map interoperability
  7. 7. I’m a linked data skeptic!
  8. 8. All about the Digital Life Collective’s ecosystem mapping work: @tech_we_trust