Brussels Organization and feminism and creative commons. They have a patchwork approach weaving many themes together.
They do women and FOSS days every 6 weeks
Also a wiki about linux and audio, tinkering with trash hardware, wiki about publishing with foss tools (all in French), parties. Also working on a mapping project with Open Street Map and also hand-drawn maps by people as sort of subjective impressions. Open Source video, and a million art projects and parties. Artistically engaging public spaces.
Wrote some audio software for doing interviews. In python. Runs from command line. looks for a text file which holds questions. Starts with a test of the audio. The questions for the program are decided on by consensus of everyone involved in the project.
we are writing down questions now . . .. We all have post it notes. I can't think of a question. Um . . . art and technology . . . um . . . .. Wow somebody else asks, "How do you connect art and activism?"
Ok, so we're writing questions on postit notes and then putting them on butcher paper that's been attached to the walls. We're going to pick 16 of them.
The questions from previous versions are for working artists. (paraphrased) "How do you make a living?" "Who owns your work when you are finished?" "What is your price structure?" "How did you determine your prices?"
Now all of us are going to pick our three favorite questions.
(To be continued)