The OSCEdays festival took place 3 weeks ago at the CRCLR House under the theme the Circular City. Over 750 participants ranging from businesses and grassroots organizations to politicians and neighbors joined in THE 4 DAY PROGRAM.
We witnessed inspiring and thought-provoking discussions, took part in creative challenges and hands-on workshops!
We would like to thank everyone who came by to share their knowledge and engage in finding tangible solutions towards a circular future.
Best @leona, I am asking about an accessible document on the (world wide) web. These documents, stored in open formats, are compiled into a format called HTML, which makes it universally accessible. PDFs are to be considered a vendor locked-in (Adobe), proprietary format that is at best to be avoided for emancipatory practices.
I have recently copied such a PDF into web text, to make it more accessible by search engines, but also to have it ready in linkable form.
The thing about a printable PDF is, no matter how beatuifully it is designed, it will not make use of a digital medium’s strengths, but rather reamplify the drawbacks of paper culture.
Coming from there, @ilektra, do your mapping activities continue? I’m based in Berlin and interested in helping out with the web map and cartographic campaigning methodology, if you like.
Hi @almereyda, I won’t be here since I don’t work on Fridays. We however discussed your point internally and will make sure to post the content on our website in a searchable HTML format over the course of the next weeks. Thank you again for pointing that out and see you next time!