Resources are assets that are drawn on by an individual or groups in order to function more effectively. Network-centric resources are people-powered and participatory resources that aim to maximise usage and engagement. They are developed through sharing ownership, enabling contribution and supporting collaboration.
We are taking inspiration from existing and established resources like Wikipedia and The Tor Project. We are learning from FabRiders' own work with MozFest, School of Data and LevelUP. We are grateful for the learnings shared within this network by resource developers and include EFF's Security Education Companion, The Engine Room's Responsible Data Forum, and Huridoc's Collaboratory.
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More on Network-Centric Resources
- Designing EFF’s Security Education Companion, Online Discussion Notes
- Network-Centric Resources LifeCycles Draft
- Network-Centric Resources: August Update
- We’re developing a network-centric resource on how to develop network-centric resources
- What are we building: communities or networks?
- Hacking user centred design for social change efforts.
- Responsible Resource Creator Manifesto (Draft 2)