HD Bulletin 2
ID: A screenshot of an Etherpad, in which the new H&D is edited and designed collaboratively. On view is text and code and an ASCII letterbox. The text is highlighted like a patchwork in different colors.
The H&D Bulletin is an occasional publication that culminates practical and reflective articles, conversations, scripts and manuals, experimental, poetic, visual, or otherwise speculative contributions from H&D coop members, critical friends, guests, and participants of our activities. It is published on the H&D website, and the H&D mailing list, and distributed via our social media channels. Printed versions are distributed through the H&D network whenever there is an opportunity. This edition of the H&D bulletin was assembled, edited and designed using Octomode, an Etherpad-to-pdf publishing tool developed by our friends at Varia.
This bulletin has been designed with Octomode, a collective editing space for PDF making, using Etherpad, Paged.js, and Flask developed by our friends at Varia. Varia is a Rotterdam-based collective and space for developing collective approaches to everyday technology. (https://varia.zone/en/)
“Inspired by the non-centralized, tentacular cognition capabilities of the octopus, we imagined a space in which the artificial boundaries of writing and designing can be crossed; where writing, editing, and designing can be done in one environment simultaneously, allowing the format to influence the matter and vice-versa.”
- Contributors: Constant Association of Art and Media, Anja Groten, Hacked Orchestra (Ghenwa Noiré, Heerko van der Kooij, Karl Moubarak, Loes Bogers), Juliette Lizotte, Karl Moubarak, slvi.e, Carla Tapparo
- Editing: slvi.e, clitch, Carla Tapparo, Karl Moubarak, Anja Groten
- Design: H&D (Anja Groten, Karl Moubarak)
- Typefaces: AUTHENTICSans, KUPOLE, PicNic, Literata
- Printing: Terry Bleu, Amsterdam
ID: A double page of the H&D Bulletin #2 rendered in the browser. On view is the contribution of Carla Tapparo "Android Music and Water Nymphs" in the left page and "Karaoke for dead birds — Critically endangered, possibly extinct" on the right page. The text is designed in a 3 column layout. On the right page there are images of small birds scattered throughout the text.
Published by: Hackers & Designers NDSM-plein 1033 WC Amsterdam www.hackersanddesigners.nl
COLLECTIVE CONDITIONS FOR RE-USE (CC4r)
Hackers & Designers, 2023. Copyleft with a difference: This is a collective work, you are invited to copy, distribute, and modify it under the terms of the CC4r.
REMINDER TO CURRENT AND FUTURE AUTHORS: The authored work released under the CC4r was never yours to begin with. The CC4r considers authorship to be part of a collective cultural effort and rejects authorship as ownership derived from individual genius. This means recognizing that it is situated in social and historical conditions and that there may be reasons to refrain from release and re-use.
Copyleft Attitude with a difference, 24 November 2022.
The CC4r was developed for the Constant work session Unbound Libraries (spring 2020) and followed by discussions during and contributions to the study day Authors of the Future (Fall 2019). It is based on the Free Art License and inspired by other licensing projects such as The (Cooperative) Non-Violent Public License and the Decolonial Media license.
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