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Wednesday 4 April

4:00-8:00 pmRegistration
6:30-8:00 pm Drinks Reception, Old Hall, Queens’ College

Welcoming speeches from:
John Howkins,
Chairman of the Conference
Ian Butterworth,
Vice-President of Academia Europaea
Bronac Ferran,
Arts Council, Chair of the Conference planning group

Thursday 5 April

8:00-9:00 am Registration

9:00 am

Opening of Conference, Fitzpatrick Hall

John Howkins, Chair

9:15 am

Recovering Collectivity

Martha Woodmansee
"Collectivities in History"

Geert Lovink
"Currents in Cyberculture after Dotcommania"

Marilyn Strathern
"Imagined Collectives and Multiple Authorship"

Christopher Kelty
"Hau to do things with words: Reputation, Science and Free Software"

11:00 am Break
11:30 am

Copyright -v- Community

Michael Century
"Comments on Copyright and Community in the Age of Computer Networks"

Richard M Stallman
"Copyright -v- Community in the Age of Digital Networks"

1:00 pm Lunch
2:30 pm

Private Interests: Freedom and Control

Bill Cornish, Chair

James Boyle
"Tension between Free Software and Architectures of Control"

3:30 pm Break
4:00 pm

Bruce Perens
"A World of Constraint"

Justin Watts

5:30 pm Close
7:30 pm

Gala Dinner, Queens’ Dining Hall

Glyn Moody, after-dinner speaker: ‘The Art of Code’

Ice Cream for Everyone’, performance from Simon Pope & Mark Greco

The Code’, Director’s cut, premiere of a new documentary film on Free Software and Open Source Communities by Finnish writer and director Hannu Puttonen

Friday 6 April

9:00 am John Howkins, Chair
9:10 am

Distributing Knowledge: Reward and Responsibility

Tim Hubbard
"Ensembl and the Human Genome Project"

Bob Young
"The Future of Innovation"

Roger Malina
"The Circulation of Ideas in the Arts, Science and Technology Community"

10:45 am Break
11:15 am

Cultural Practitioners

Antoine Moreau
"The Free Art Licence: for Art not to be stopped"

Anne Nigten
"Work of V2 and other network projects"

Alok Nandi
"Fluxographics: from story-telling to story-sharing"

Drazen Pantic "Open Source: From Collective Intelligence to Distributed Resources"

Followed by discussion, led by
Bronac Ferran

1:00 pmLunch
2:00 pm

The Future of Knowledge

John Naughton, Chair

Rishab Aiyer Ghosh
"Measuring Contribution and Ownership in the Free Software Community"

Robin Mansell
"Social Constituencies and Creative Knowledge Production"

Philippe Aigrain
"From free/open source software to open information and contents: similarity and change"

3:30 pm Open Floor Discussion and Statements, led by
John Howkins
4:30 pm Close


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