What can efforts to increase the sustainability of digital infrastructure learn from unionizing, whistleblowing, and other organizing among tech workers?
As open source digital public infrastructure embraces anti-racist, anti-ableist, anti-colonial, and gender-affirming values and commitments, how can project leads critically assess this work and the tools relied on to do it?
What kinds of power can do-ocracies build and hold?
How do efforts to sustain and maintain digital infrastructure cover for imperial domination, neocolonialism, and other forms of extractivism?
What does it look like to build digital infrastructure?
What is a “theory of change” specific to your project and how to go about articulating one?
How do we imagine the future of work in open data, open software, and public interest technology?
The OSSAN 2022 Conference aimed to jump start a new network of people working on Open Science in the region