Btw we are having a stand on Sunday!!
Fresh news :)
El sáb., 7 de dic. de 2019 09:39, Santiago Bragagnolo <
Great! Don't hesitate to contact me if you need anything on this,
El vie., 6 de dic. de 2019 19:35, phil(a)highoctane.be <phil(a)highoctane.be>
> All right.
> I will have some holidays after Christmas so I will have time to prepare.
> On Fri, 6 Dec 2019, 19:27 Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas, <
> offray.luna(a)mutabit.com> wrote:
>> Santiago and Phil,
>> Thanks for voluntering to give a talk in FOSSDEM. I did summit it, under
>> the "Open Research Tools & Technologies" category, as I think it
>>  https://research-fosdem.github.io/
>> The title is something like "Grafoscopio: a pocket infrastructure fo
>> bridge reproducible research with investigative journalism, data feminism
>> and civic hacktivism" or something like that. This is the abstract:
>> We will showcase Grafoscopio, a flexible, extensible, self contained
>> "pocket infrastructure", which simplifies infrastructure to amplify
>> participation, so reproducible research and publishing, agile data
>> storytelling and custom data visualization can be used in fields like
>> investigative journalism, data feminism and civic hacktivism. We will show
>> prototypes developed with Grafoscopio in the previously mentioned domains,
>> the motivations behind Grafoscopio and the local community practices around
>> it that deconstruct binary relations of power (software developer/user,
>> data producer / consumer, software binary / source code, male/female) and
>> approach reproducible research practices and tools from a perspective
>> located and embodied in a particular place of the Global South in Latin
>> America and in contrast/dialogue with Global North perspectives.
>> Also I applied to another event in Brussels organized for digital
>> activist that will be happening on January 20th, so maybe we can get some
>> funding to be there and I put in the FOSSDEM submission notes that people
>> in Europe could talk about Grafoscopio in case no funding is available.
>> On 31/10/19 6:10 a. m., phil(a)highoctane.be wrote:
>> I should be there as well (I am local after all).
>> Would be cool to do something about Grafoscopio as I use it quite often.
>> On Thu, 31 Oct 2019, 10:32 Santiago Bragagnolo, <
>> santiagobragagnolo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Offray!! I have no clue if there are scholarships. To be honest i
>>> don't think so, since it is completely free. but still, don't take my
>>> Check it. I can do some research on it tomorrow.
>>> If not the case, we can do the proposal together, and if they accept
>>> the talk we do an intensive couching / course and i present it :)
>>> El mié., 30 oct. 2019 a las 0:02, Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas (<
>>> offray.luna(a)mutabit.com>) escribió:
>>>> On 29/10/19 4:24 a. m., Santiago Bragagnolo wrote:
>>>> *Communication *(
>>>> *Offray*! I think there is space for graphoscope in here. If you
>>>> can give a talk, great, if not, i propose my self to be the speaker (of
>>>> course in that case i will need some couching and teaching on the
>>>> I will love to be in Brussels for early February to give the talk, but
>>>> if the event has no scholarships or travel funding, I can couch you
>>>> what we have being doing with Grafoscopio since 2015 and giving some
>>>> overview of explanatory materials including the mind maps, projects,
>>>> prototypes, and docs I use for the presentations.
>>>> Thanks for keeping and eye on this and thinking in the way the wider
>>>> community can participate on this,