Episode #3: LocalWiki and Collaborative Peer Production Communities with Marina Kukso

Marina Kukso is passionate about growing collaborative peer production communities. She is a co-founder and member of Sudo Room, a hackerspace in Oakland, CA, and a co-founder and organizer with Oakland Wiki, Oakland’s LocalWiki. Her previous work includes managing two journals at the nonprofit open access science publisher PLOS. She graduated from Duke University with a bachelor’s in Cultural Anthropology and a Certificate in Documentary Studies.

Show Notes

  1. LocalWiki Main Site
  2. LocalWiki Developer Site
  3. LocalWiki Source Code
  4. OpenStreetMap
  5. Knowledge Ecology International
  6. Aaron Swartz and Edward Snowden

Alex Fink

Editor & Host at The OKCast
In addition to hosting the OKCast, I am a Ph.D. student in Youth Studies at the University of Minnesota. I study methods of making research to document injustice and resistance available to young people to create social change. My particular focus is on the political economy and ecology of data, including data collection, data use, data access/sharing, data economics, and the ideologies surrounding it.
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