2014 Internet Hall of Fame Interviews: Susan Estrada

presented by Susan Estrada

There was this idea that the Internet” was only for aca­d­e­mics and gov­ern­ment. But we were hav­ing a lot of com­mer­cial cus­tomers come to us and want to be able to use the Internet for con­vers­ing with their peo­ple at uni­ver­si­ties as well as at oth­er com­pa­nies around the US. So, we worked with a cou­ple of firms, PSI and UUNET, and togeth­er the three of us formed some­thing called the Commercial Internet Exchange. And when we did that that was the first time ever that com­mer­cial traf­fic was able to pass through the Internet.

2014 Internet Hall of Fame Interviews: Erik Huizer

presented by Erik Huizer

I’ve been active in so-called Internet insti­tu­tions that take care of the run­ning of the Internet since 1987, 88, some­thing like that. I was one of the first non-American peo­ple to join the IETF, the Internet Engineering Task Force, the stan­dard­iza­tion orga­ni­za­tion for the Internet. And I’ve worked hard to estab­lish that that became more international…

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Patricio Gonzalez Vivo
From Toy to Pro: Principles to Play Well With Others

presented by Patricio Gonzalez Vivo

Today I kind of want to share a path that I went through from tak­ing a per­son­al tool which is…like a per­son­al toy tool to the point that it’s a pro­fes­sion­al tool that I can use in my every­day work for what­ev­er kind of work I do.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luis Morales Navarro

presented by Luis Morales Navarro

I’m going to talk about p5.js and web acces­si­bil­i­ty, and par­tic­u­lar­ly about cre­at­ing infra­struc­ture for acces­si­bil­i­ty in an open source cre­ative community.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: eve­lyn masso
Crafting Access for p5.js

presented by evelyn masso

Why am I here? I’m here actu­al­ly for the com­mu­ni­ty for the work that we do togeth­er as a group of peo­ple that care deeply about care and access and all these dif­fer­ent issues and approach­a­bil­i­ty and things like that.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Cassie Tarakajian

presented by Cassie Tarakajian

I want­ed to talk about how I got into cod­ing and art. And how I start­ed work­ing on the p5 edi­tor, since now I’ve been work­ing on it for five years and maybe it seems sort of like if you want to do some­thing like that like…how do you do it? And why is it impor­tant to me? 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luca Damasco

presented by Luca Damasco

Today, I real­ly want to talk about how we built Wick Editor to grow with the users that were using the tool, and some things that I wish I knew when we started.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Chris Coleman
Digital citizenship

presented by Chris Coleman

I’m gonna try and frame things around the idea of dig­i­tal cit­i­zen­ship. And I used low­er case here because I don’t always love the term cit­i­zen” and it’s been mis­used a lot over time. But I think there’s some­thing here, and I was very much inspired by some of the ear­li­er speak­ers this week and their think­ing about the roles we play and the ways that we work togeth­er to accom­plish these big­ger things. 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Char Stiles

presented by Char Stiles

Livecoding is where two pro­gram­mers, one to cre­ate music and one to cre­ate visu­als, will be on stage or livestream­ing code that will cre­ate music and code that will cre­ate visu­als along­side it. And as you can see on the screen we will also dis­play the code as what it is com­piled to is cre­at­ing the sound of the music. So it cre­ates this one-to-one trans­paren­cy of like, the code that you’re see­ing is exact­ly what you’re experiencing.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Reza Ali

presented by Reza Ali

A lit­tle bit about Satin. Its archi­tec­ture and com­po­nents are designed to max­i­mize flow and min­i­mize fric­tion. I think while I’m work­ing on things I’m also learn­ing by cod­ing. So I think if you can enjoy that process as much as pos­si­ble you’re gonna real­ly have a lot of fun but also learn as much as possible.

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