Sid’s experience spans from heading South Asia's largest trading desk to exploring distributed economic paradigms in the Gandhi Ashram in India. He is the founder of Sacred Capital, a Singapore based organisation that has developed reputation infrastructure for Neighbourhoods.
Emaline writes and speaks about technology, psychoanalysis, and social theory. Since 2017 she has been exploring whether distributed systems technologies can support equitable, planetary-scale computation for the benefit of human societies during the era of climate emergency.
Michael has a background in programming language theory & functional programming (particularly Haskell). A guiding theme of his current work is exploring how peer-to-peer computer technologies can facilitate more egalitarian organizational structures and societies.
Pablo Somonte Ruano
Pablo works as an interaction designer, media artist, researcher and musician in the fields of ambiguous software, generative systems, transmedia narratives, p2p networks and odd music.
Jethro has been growing ventures for 25 years spanning everything from granite quarrying in the heart of China to secure connected computers in Finland. Open source software is very close to his heart and all his (ad)ventures have relied heavily on it.
Greg is a philosopher of language and an organizational development writer and consultant, especially focused on free resources for just and inclusive organizing and p2p networking. He's also an avid permaculturist, gardener and visual artist.
Kasimir Suter Winter
Kasimir is an architect working in place based community building through participatory design and regenerative development. He is exploring how digital tools, current-sees, deep wealth, and living systems design can build capacity of place for the regenerative economy.
Shane develops open source software to help foster collaboration and authenticity. 12 years a tutor, he thrives in curiosity and by making the opaque understood. When away from his keyboard, Shane may be spotted at his mushroom company, fire spinning or lost somewhere on his bike.
pospi is a rampant idealist by fate; distributed systems engineer by trade; accidental economist and sociologist; and recovering technologist, futurist and entrepreneur.
Jean M Russell hacks social technology (software, hardware, and wetware), aiming toward more ethical social organisms. Jean moonlights as a currency designer, participatory process facilitor, and maven midwife of the living edge of Thrivability.