The #OSJUBA Conference and Workshop wrapped up June 22, 2012 at the SUPERMARKT Berlin, after a fascinating and intensive series of presentations and discussions. Thanks to all those who contributed and joined the discussions, as well as to our hosts and supporters! Next steps in the project will be to collect and analyse the all various streams of information and discussion, with the aim of creating a form of vocabulary or tool kit for the way in which an Open Source Culture can inform and support sustainable development. There has also been response in terms of continuing this discussion in and with people in Juba, with a view to concrete steps within South Sudan’s (re)construction. If this is viable, we will do it!
Read the OSJUBA_REPORT by Jodi Rose
Material collected here will form the basis for further developing #OSJUBA, including a feedback pad, Jodi Rose’s PREZI sketch mapping #OSJUBA as well as a number of the presentations and direct documentation from the event.
Some international media / digital culture networks have also been reporting on #OSJUBA, including:
APC.org – Association for Progressive Communications
South Sudan: The #OSJUBA event stresses early moves by net activists
#OSJUBA. Una visione open per lo sviluppo del Sud Sudan
Neue Medien braucht das neue Land: Open Source Technologien im Südsudan
#OSJUBA project sketches
Please also view and (and if you participated, edit) the PREZI sketches from the 4 #OSJUBA Focus Rounds:
Complete #OSJUBA Framework sketch