Hope in Source

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Summary

Do we think about how the places in which we live are passed down? Bernardo Robles Hidalgo (architect) and Marianita Palumbo (anthropologist) join Henry to chat about living as maintenance. We discuss Bosch, responsibility of taking care of the places we live in, on our desire for comfort, the right to repair, the aesthetic of maintenance, and communal living. (recorded in February) Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/heritage/

Show Notes

> Do we think about how the places in which we live are passed down?

Bernardo Robles Hidalgo (architect) and Marianita Palumbo (anthropologist) join Henry to chat about living as maintenance. We discuss Bosch, responsibility of taking care of the places we live in, on our desire for comfort, the right to repair, the aesthetic of maintenance, and communal living. (recorded in February) Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/heritage

MAMA: is a developing spatial practice to whom maintenance matters.
Henry: https://twitter.com/left_pad

Headings
  • Intros: An Architect and Anthropologist
  • Meeting at the Interdisciplinary Maintainers III Conference
  • Bosch, a Co-housing project in Brussels
  • Inhabiting as the Best Form of Maintenance
  • Learning to Better Inhabit What is Already Built
  • Proactive, Responsible Relationships with a Space
  • 7 Floors, 70 People
  • What is Comfort?
  • Outsourcing Dampens our Sense of Curiosity
  • Right to Repair: Freedom vs. Independence
  • "First of all, do not touch"
  • To Live it is to Understand How it Works
  • Code as Archeology: Who Wrote this? Oh I did..
  • Was Code Better in the Old Days?
  • House of Dependencies
  • Invisible Labor is Perceived as Unaesthetic
  • Future of Bosch: A Space Dedicated to Collective Domestic Activities
  • Valorizing Repair as Moments of Learning
  • Self-managed, Informal, Shared Spaces
  • The Shared Interests of All
  • A Message to the Neighborhood

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What is Hope in Source?

What are the parallels between faith and open source software? Join Nadia Eghbal and Henry Zhu for an off-the-cuff conversation between friends. Check out hopeinsource.com and nadiaeghbal.com/public-faith for the backstory