I missed the Mozilla Festival at the end of October 2017 as I’d already booked my family holiday by the time they announced the dates.
It’s always a great event and attracts some super-smart people doing some great thinking and creating on and with the open web.
Mark Boas co-curated the Decentralisation Space at MozFest, and recently wrote up his experiences.
Sessions incorporated various types of media, from photography and other visual artforms, through board games to hand assembled systems made out of ping-pong balls and straws. Some discussions dove into the nitty gritty of decentralising the web, many required no prior knowledge of the subject.
His post, which mentions the session that was run by my co-op colleagues John Bevan and Bryan Mathers, is a veritable treasure trove of resources to explore further.