A panel on how to build community mesh networks at Open Source Bridge 2014 where we discussed both technical and community aspects of such networks.
My talk about how we can create real digital libraries. Those which not just archive publications, but provide social interactions around books as well. In short: involve the community to build tools for various social interactions around digital publications and for that to be possible publishers should offer APIs.
We made a new video talking about the emerging community of PeerLibrary, as well as the project’s origins in the open access movement.