Online / 5 & 6 February 2022


Emaline Friedman

Michael has a background in programming language theory & functional programming (particularly Haskell). A guiding theme of his current work is exploring how peer-to-peer computer technologies can facilitate more egalitarian organizational structures and societies.

Emaline writes and speaks about technology and psychosocial theory. Since 2017 she has been working in communications and community development in the Holo and Holochain ecosystem, exploring the capacity of distributed systems technologies to support more equitable, planetary-scale computation.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Introduction to Neighbourhoods
A Holochain-based framework for reputation data
Saturday D.web3 Web3 Infrastructure 17:00 17:30