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自由之家（Freedom House）在2022年全球網路自由報告（Freedom on the Net）公布台灣網路自由以 79 分，名列全球第 5，也是亞洲最佳，台灣的網路自由是有目共賭。面對暗濤洶湧的國際局勢，為提升台灣全民網路自由防護意識，身為全亞洲最大的開源社群聚會 COSCUP，今年也一樣不免俗的利用開放原始碼進行應用、解決和回應社會問題。
以「設計思考」（Design thinking）的方式引導參與者，演練因應大規模網路斷訊，進行防護並製作設計出解決方案或雛形 (prototype)。千萬不要被「設計思考」專有名詞給嚇退了，「設計思考」的脈絡本來就是人類心理的一部份，「以人為中心」的設計思考視角來執行就像喝水吃飯一樣輕鬆自然，所有參加者需同意遵守活動守則。
時間：上午 9 點至下午 4 點
日期：7 月 29 日
“Taiwan ranks fifth worldwide in Internet freedom. Taiwan scored 79 points out of 100, higher than any other country in Asia from the 2022 Freedom House Freedom on the Net report.” Hooray! It’s confirmed with data that Taiwan hosts one of the freest online environments in Asia. However, in the very pressing and sensitive political climate of Taiwan, the tech island has the power to take matters into its own hands. We are pleased to announce that the 1st 【The Design We Open- Internet Shutdowns Hackathon】will be held in Taipei, Taiwan on the 29th of July. It will be held alongside the COSCUP Open Source Conference. IxDA Taiwan and Superbloom have confirmed their collaboration with COSCUP and will work on a workshop focused on resilience and planning for internet shutdowns. We’re looking forward to this Hackathon. If you are interested in participating in person, please sign up here for the workshop and for instructions on how you can participate. All participants need to abide by the Code of Conduct.
Workshop Info Name: 【The Design We Open- Internet Shutdowns Hackathon】
Format: Offline Workshop
Number of Participants: 25
Welcome anyone who is interested in developing a solution for internet shutdowns scenario to join this hackathon. You can be designers(UX/UI/Graphic/Researcher), developer, coders, engineers, product managers !
About the Workshop Host
Eriol Fox: Eriol has been working as a designer for 10+ years starting with for profits and then moving on to NGO's and open-source software organizations. They worked on complex problems involving sustainable food systems, peace-building and crisis response technology. Eriol currently works at Simply Secure on design, research, open-source and technology projects.
Eriol is a part-time funded PhD researcher at Newcastle University's Open Lab where he researches how designers participate in humanitarian and human rights focused open-source software projects.
They are also part of the core teams at Open Source Design (http://opensourcedesign.net/), the Human Rights Centered Design working group (https://hrcd.pubpub.org/) and the Sustain UX & Design working group (https://sustainoss.org/working-groups/design-and-ux/). They also help host podcasts about open source and design (https://sosdesign.sustainoss.org/).
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