Podcast: Hacker Cultures: Understanding the actors behind our software

The 4S/EASST 2020 panel has been recorded into a podcast: Hacker Cultures: Understanding the actors behind our software.

The panel consisted of nine papers of great research, each now a 15-20 minute interview-style episode. One of the episodes is with Annika Richterich, assistant professor at FASoS.

You’ll find the Hacker Cultures podcast on the internet at http://www.buzzsprout.com/1323889 (RSS at https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1323889.rss), and on Spotify and iTunes.

The episodes are

  • Episode 1: Morgan G. Ames – Throwback Culture: The Role of Nostalgia in Hacker Worlds
  • Episode 2: Minna Saariketo & Mareike Glöss – In the grey zone of hacking? Two cases in the political economy of software and the Right to Repair
  • Episode 3: Annika Richterich – Forget about the learning: On (digital) creativity and expertise in hacker-/makerspaces
  • Episode 4: Alex Dean Cybulski – Hacker Culture Is Everything You Don’t Get Paid For In the Information Security Industry
  • Episode 5: Jérémy Grosman – Algorithmic Objects, Algorithmic Practices
  • Episode 6: Stéphane Couture – Hacker Culture and Practices in the Development of Internet Protocols
  • Episode 7: Ola Michalec – Hacking infrastructures: understanding capabilities of Operational Technology (OT) security workers
  • Episode 8: Sylvain Besençon – Securing by hacking: maintenance regimes around an end-to-end encryption standard
  • Episode 9: R. Stuart Geiger & Dorothy Howard – “I didn’t sign up for this”: The Invisible Work of Maintaining Free/Open-Source Software Communities
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