The IOP would like to invite you to join our next community call to participate in the research and development on “contracting in an Internet of Production”. This work aims to explore and enable reliable and robust contracting of all parties in the context of decentralised or distributed material production (peer production). The conversation will be facilitated by Tiberius, who leads this scoping exercise and is bringing together a thematic community on the topic.
During the community call, Tiberius will present the research plan and work done to date, and we will explore together the 'why’s, 'how’s and 'what for’s of new methods and specifications for contracting. This work is essential to enable decentralised or distributed material production, and we are excited to hear your thoughts and perspectives on this topic.
The community call is an opportunity to learn more about the research and development, contribute your ideas and suggestions, and connect with others who share your interest in this area.
We’re thinking about making this gathering this very interactive. Yes, we did some work, we made some realizations, but this is just the beginning and some of our initial assumption may be off.
If you consider yourself as an actor in a decentralized or distributed network of production, a maker, a facilitator, a “market maker”, an infrastructure provider, etc. this is a great opportunity for you to influence this study.
We have communicated in the past about our work on the contracting and more thread.
@TiberiusB There are over 25 participants registered! So I think the discussion format rather than presentation is the way to go. I am posting this message as a wiki, feel free to edit it!
Contextualisation: Why explore the question of contracting and the possibility of creating a standard for that?
What is the (research & development) plan? (this both: to give an overview of the process and where we are right now, and to give room to acknowledging the rest of the team, and the participants in the research)
Discussion → how do you see that facilitated @TiberiusB ?
What are the key results so far? Surprises, or striking learnings?