The H&D Bulletin is an occasional publication that brings together practical and reflective articles, conversations, scripts and manuals, experimental, poetic, visual, or otherwise speculative contributions from H&D coop members, critical friends, guests, and participants of our activities.
The bulletins are published on the H&D website, and the H&D mailing list, and circulated via our social media channels. Printed versions are distributed through the H&D network whenever there is an opportunity.
This edition of the H&D bulletin was assembled, edited and designed using ChattyPub an experimental publishing tool developed by H&D. ChattyPub is built on top of open-source team chat application Zulip. The content for the publication is created by sending messages to dedicated chat channels. Simple CSS rules are also written in the form of chat messages and can be applied to content by reacting to the respective message with the emoji associated with that CSS rule. As such, the publication-in-the-making, can be created and designed collectively.
- Contributors: clitch and slvi.e, Michael Fowler, Elio Carranza, Hacked Orchestra (Ghenwa Noiré, Loes Bogers, Heerko van der Kooij, Karl Moubarak, Documentation: Selby Gildemacher, e.zn, Anja Groten ), e.zn
- Editing: Anja Groten, Loes Bogers
- Design: e.zn, Anja Groten
- Typefaces: ufo mono, NotCourierSans, Literata, Director, Afronik
- Printing: Stencilzolder, Amsterdam
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Copyleft Attitude with a difference, 24 November 2022.
The CC4r was developed for the Constant work session Unbound Libraries (spring 2020) and followed by discussions during and contributions to the study day Authors of the Future (Fall 2019). It is based on the Free Art License and inspired by other licensing projects such as The (Cooperative) Non-Violent Public License and the Decolonial Media license.
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