Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of peoplelinks


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Nov 21, 2013, 4:48:57 PM (6 years ago)
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Hilary Goldstein
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    22= People Links =
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    4 People Links is a series of monthly talks addressed to MF/PL members on political and technical issues relevant for them. The objectives of the talks are:
     4People Links is a series of monthly talks addressed to MF/PL members about relevant political and technical issues. We'd like to co-host each talk with current May First People Link members. The objectives of the talks are:
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    66* To increase member consciousness and engagement
    7 * To building relationships among members
    8 * To use it as an outreach tool, since it will be a space open for people form outside
     7* To build relationships among members
     8* To conduct outreach since these calls will be open to non-members
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    1010Analía, a staff member of APC and also a MF/PL volunteer, will coordinate the initiative. Everyone interested in participating is welcome!
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    12 The initial proposal is to do these talks monthly, the first Thursday of each month at 6 PM East time.
     12The initial proposal is to host these talks monthly, the first Thursday of each month at 6 PM East time.
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    1414We're aiming at one-hour events, with the following structure
     
    2424A preliminary list of issues with tentative dates would be:
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    26  * February: Violence against women and the internet, possible impacts on free speech, and measures that ISPs might take.
    27  * March: Surveillance online and what to do to counteract it (Tech Talks?)
    28  * April: Open source and intellectual property (example: what happened to YesLab)
     26 * February: Violence against women and the internet, possible impacts on free speech, and measures that ISPs might take. (coordinated with APC)
     27 * March: Surveillance online and what to do to counteract it (coordinated with The Guardian Project or OTI)
     28 * April: Open source and intellectual property (example: what happened to YesLab - coordinated with the Yes Men)
    2929 * May: Libre Software: the economical, political and ethical dimensions of technology transfers to the Global South
    30  * June: Libre Software: Commons and the meaning of CopyLeft?
    31  * July: People of color techie project
     30 * June: Libre Software: Commons and the meaning of CopyLeft?  (coordinated with EFF?)
     31 * July: People of color techie project (Coordinated with Progressive Tech Project)
    3232 * August: México report on Telecommunications Reforms
    33  * September: Tech Talks:  Introduction to MF/PL Control panel
     33 * September: Tech Talks:  Introduction to MF/PL Control panel  (coordinated with MFPL Support Team and tech members)
    3434 * October: Tech Talks:  How the Ticket system works - how to get support
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