Global Sprint 2018 - London - Redmond Community Centre
Welcome! Thanks for participating in Mozilla’s Global Sprint, a fun, fast-paced, two-day collaborative event to hack and build projects for a healthy Internet. You're joining a diverse network of scientists, educators, artists, engineers, students and others as we come together in person and online to innovate in the open. For more Sprint info, see https://mzl.la/global-sprint
Come and co-create the Commons Platform: a new social media platform for communities and collaboration, based on values, built by everyone for everyone and owned by everyone.
Over the two days you can join our community of co-creators for a series of workshops where we collectively get from the values, aims and culture we have built so far, identify the needs of the individuals and communities involved - including the local communities represented by the Redmond Centre - and work towards prototyping the platform itself. So far there is a very diverse group of over 500 people involved in some way, and we are always really happy to welcome more.
If you are able to join us at the Redmond Community Centre (Near Manor House in North London) we will eat a community brunch together on the Thursday cooked by their Community Kitchen, and close with a community dinner cooked by the amazing Red Moon Roots group.
Don't worry if you can't be there physically, we are trying to find ways for everyone to be included. Suggestions welcomed. If you live elsewhere maybe you could find a friend to hang out and eat with while you get involved from afar. Or there may be other Global Sprint venues near you that you could go to to meet other people and call in from there.
See Additional Info below for accessibiity and more details about the plan for the day.
If you are calling in, click on this link to join our Jitsi Room: https://meet.jit.si/commonsplatform or go to the Jitsi homepage: https://jitsi.org/ and click on the orange box that says 'try jitsi' and type commons platform into the box. You will need to give it permission to access your camera and microphone. You shouldn't need to download Jitsi on a desktop, but you will need to download the app on a mobile phone. Once you have downloaded it you can just type commonsplatform into the box to join the room.
Registration is not currently available.