Through this workshop, you can:
- learn how to build your own microserver using a Raspberry Pi;
- learn how to download and store entire websites and other useful post-collapse resources onto your server;
- learn how to share and synchronise this content with other servers in the ecosystem;
- participate in a community of shared resources, to discuss your practices, choices, or even digital rituals with other people.
The workshop consists of three online meetings and “homework” between them:
- At the first meeting, which will be held on June 29, we will assemble a microserver based on the Raspberry Pi together with you, configure a standalone messenger and connect the microserver to the rest of the network.
At the second meeting, tentatively July 1, we will share decentralized and non-profit alternatives to popular services such as Google documents and Dropbox.
- At the third meeting, which will be held on July 3, we will share with each other the experience of using the microserver over the past week, and possibly community practices that have already arisen around the microserver. For example, how was the process of choosing knowledge to store in the digital archive. And finally, we will carry out the first synchronization of digital archives accumulated for a week, and also add new servers no the map
Between meetings, we will provide technical support by the chat and individual calls to the best of our ability.
To participate in the workshop, you must register hear. After registration, we will send you a list of equipment that you will need to buy (total cost within 100 euros).
Participation in workshop is free.