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In our last phase of our engagement strategy we wanted to check the health of our labs and their platforms. As a closing step this would wrap up the learning and capacity building thus far co-created and shared by Platoniq within the meta platform and serve as a form of self evaluation for future self directed improvement by the labs. Platform health entails digital maintenance, but also the communication lines developed between communities and their respective platform. The big questions behind our platform health check are: Are people aware of, able to access, stay informed, and participate...
At Sharing Cities, an event in Barcelona this November, Platoniq shared some of the work and insights from working on OpenHeritage especially in connection to SDG 11. SDG 11 broadly defined is creating cities and human settlements that are more inclusive, resilient, safe, and sustainable. This was a perfect fit for the event and in alignment with the Sharing Cities programme which focused on platform labour, inclusion, and gender, and data commons.
When we think about platforms, many have a one size fits all design regardless of who is using it and where. However, much of the overlap between O...
This fall has been packed with events and workshops even until the end, one our favorite spaces to share and learn in terms of open and tech oriented spaces has been the Decidimfest.
At the Decidimfest, Platoniq held several workshops to demystify the platform and much of the ideas that surround it. To start with Ivan, an integral part to OpenHeritage’s technical management, gave a talk on what to do after downloading Decidim. While many communities, municipalities, and collectives get excited at first click, it’s trying to adapt the platform afterwards that becomes the sticking point. Ivan sh...
This October OpenHeritage made its mark in Warsaw at the ‘Informed Cities’ Forum where researchers, policy makers, and grassroots communities and actors came together to bridge the gap between research and making a local impact.
Our OpenHeritage labs as well as partners came to share insights, ideas, and the like to contribute to the ongoing conversation around best practices around adaptive urban reuse of heritage buildings, communities, and culture.
At the forum Platoniq shared their extensive experience and lessons on collaborative governance and using digital tools for greater transparency...