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In the IoT paradigm, having a clear overview of what goes in and out of the network becomes of crucial importance for home users and professionals. The ultimate question of responsibility for whatever happens within a network cannot be easily answered, considering the way things can autonomously decide to initiate communications. Dowse is a smart digital network appliance for home based local area networks (LAN), but also small and medium business offices, that makes it possible to connect objects and people in a friendly, conscious and responsible manner.
Dyne:bolic GNU/Linux is a Live CD/DVD distribution based on the Linux kernel. It is shaped by the needs of media activists, artists and creators to be a practical tool focusing on multimedia production and delivering a large assortment of applications. It allows manipulation and broadcast of both sound and video with tools to record, edit, encode, and stream. In addition to multimedia specific programs, dyne:bolic also provides word processors and common desktop computing tools.
ZShaolin is a powerful console terminal full of extra command-line tools, no root required!. It comes with a fully featured and well usable shell (colors, completion etc.), a large software keyboard and several scripting possibilities to edit and convert batches of photos, images, audio and video in different formats, transfer files and admin remote machines.
Freecoin is a set of tools to let people run reward schemes that are transparent and auditable to other organisations. It is made for participatory and democratic organisations who want to incentivise participation, unlike centralised banking databases. Freecoin aims to leverage the use of social digital currencies in a reliable, simple and resilient way. Freecoin is developed for D-CENT: a Europe-wide project creating privacy-aware tools and applications for direct democracy and economic empowerment. Together with the citizens and developers, we are creating a decentralised social networking platform for large-scale collaboration and decision-making. We care about: community ownership of social data, security and privacy by design, open standards, mass scalability, open access to knowledge and code.
ENTROPICAL.org is an art research project established in 2015 to contrast abstract value creation with new paradigms in distributed energy usage and value re-cycling. We present our concepts using an evocative visual language through series of screenprints, graphics and installations. NEXT: Installation opening! REALBOTANIK on Sunday 13 December in Amsterdam, 2pm-4pm in Glazen Huis pavillion, Amstel Park, Zone2Source.
En Necromasse screenprints are traveling across England as part of the Soil Culture arts residency, Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World. Next dates:
- 14 Nov to 3 Jan 2016 in Hauser & Wirth, Somerset
- 8 Jan to 21 Feb 2016 in Eden Project, Bodelva
- 28 Feb to 9 Apr 2016 in Thelma Hulbert, Honiton
- 18 Apr to 5 Jun 2016 in White Moose, Barnstaple
- 13 Jun to 31 Jul 2016 in Peninsula Arts, Plymouth
Dyne.org’s contribution to the Free Software community is immense. We appreciate this work from India.Frederick Noronha
We facilitate artists, creatives and engaged citizens in the digital age, sharing tools, practices and narratives for community empowerment.
Our software is not just about market products to satisfy consumer needs: it has implications that can be aesthetic, social, political, technical, spatial, linguistic, economic and numerical.
Since the year 2000 a large amount of people and organizations employed and redistributed our creations: radio makers, film makers, artists, medics, activists and educators.
Our strengths are community, software and documentation.
Worldwide, free of charge, free to copy.
- Metro Olografix
1994Metro Olografix is born in Pescara, cultural association for telematic cultures
- Giardini Pensili
1997Theatre cooperation with Giardini Pensili
performing live video coding for various projects:
Affreschi, Nishmat Hashmal, Il Cartografo, Trance Bakxai
- Radio #Cybernet
1997The first Internet streaming radio in Italy is born out of the #cybernet IRC channel
1998The first hackmeeting takes place in a squat in Firenze (CPA) gathering all the Italian hacker communities at large, plus members of CCC and Hacktic.
Since then the hackmeeting continues as an annual meeting, taking place every year in a different place in Italy.
- Dyne.org on-line
2000.03.29Dyne.org is born from the diaspora of the Freaknet brotherhood
2000.08.06Dyne.org crew participats to the International Festival of Streaming Media in Amsterdam, Tactical Media
- Sophisticated Soiree
2001.09Premiere of Sophisticated Soiree at Ars Electronica, Linz
The audience hearthbeats controll sound and visuals in a performance setting inspired by an episode of the Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson
Performed in: ARS festival (Linz, 2001), Steirischerherbst (Graz, 2001), Berliner Festspiele (Berlin, 2002), ZKM Intermedium2 (Karlsruhe, 2002)
2001.09.11MuSE, the Multiple Streaming Engine software for independent Internet radios is released free and open source.
2001.11Premiere of TUBOCATODICO :: kill-a-tv today!
Theatre performance on the mind-control operated on people by TV networks
Performed in: Anarres (Bari), Forte Prenestino (Roma), CSOA Bulk (Milano), TPO (Bologna), ESC Mur.at (Graz)
- Intermedium2 award
2002.03.22The Sophisticated Soiree audio/visual performance wins the Intermedium2 award at ZKM in Karlsruhe
- Next Five Minutes
2002.09.12The fourth and last edition of the Next 5 Minutes tactical media festival takes place in Amsterdam, with the participation of several Dyne.org hackers.
- Palazzo delle Esposizioni
2002.11.24Dyne.org artists and hackers perform in a massive party dance-floor setup in the middle of Rome, using only free software and live coding using FreeJ and self-constructed computers on stage.
2003.05.21The first edition of the PEAM (Pescara Electronic Artists Meeting) takes place with the participation of Dyne.org artists and hackers, including a performance of TUBOCATODICO.
2003.07.25Dyne.org crews program educational tracks on free and open source software in art during a series of youth camps in Vis, Croatia
- Makrolab residency
2003.08.08A crew of Dyne.org hackers goes to live into the Makrolab for two weeks, on a desert island in the middle of the Venetian bay.
There an intensive period of development takes place, from which the dyne:bolic 1.0 release will be born.
- dyne:bolic v1
2003.09.24Release version 1.0 is reached for the dyne:bolic project, an 100% free operating system and liveCD endorsed by the Free Software Foundation
Haan al-Irsaal (Arabic for Streamtime), was born in the spring of 2004 when two journalists and a hacker joined forces with the purpose to promote independent, free speech web-radio and blogging from war-torn Iraq and its Diaspora.
2004.08.20Dyne.org village settles tents at the Metro Olografix hacker camp in Pescara, Italy
- Dyne.org Foundation
2005Dyne.org acquires non-profit foundation status in Amsterdam
2005.01Dyne.org's developer Jaromil tours India giving various workshops and then volunteering for the Tsunami relief in Tamil Nadu.
Among the workshops given, one is held at the National Design Institute in Ahmedabad, about free and open source software design.
2006.05.11Dyne.org hosts the "hackers lounge" at the ASCII squat: a weekly lab about security hacking, from the good ol days to the 0-day.
2006.06.07With the participation of many Dyne.org hackers, Transmission.cc takes place for the first time in the CSOA Forte Prenestino (Roma) as a meeting of international online video distribution projects for social change.
- dyne:bolic v2
2006.06.08Version 2 of the 100% free operating system dyne:bolic is released, codename DHORUBA
- I LOVE YOU
2006.06.22The I LOVE YOU exhibition on hacker art tours across Serbia: Kuda (Novi Sad) and BELEF (Belgrade)
2007The Bricolabs south-to-south network is established as a camp-fire for critical makers and digital cultural initiatives across the southern emisphere, focusing on hacking and recycling.
2007.08.08The Dyne.org village settles its tents in the Chaos Computer Camp
- Goodbye Privacy
2007.09.05The "goobye privacy" symposium takes place in the Ars Electronica Festival, curated by Armin Medosh.
Jaromil delivers a speech about piracy, privacy and thought control, in memory of Toni Onuoha.
- Hackerspace festival
2008.06.12The first hackerspace festival is hosted by tmp/lab in Paris, with the partecipation of Dyne.org
- House of Natural Fibers
2008.08.11The Indonesian collective House of Natural Fibers (HONF) organizes the Yogyakarta International Media art festival, hosting Dyne.org hackers into the program.
This is the beginning of a long friendship and exchange with Indonesian hackers.
- Vilém Flusser Award
2009.01CTO and co-founder of Dyne.org Jaromil is awarded with the Vilém Flusser prize together with theorist Brian Holmes
2009.03.02The Dyne.org crew at large has a possibility to gather at the Wintercamp in Amsterdam, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures.
This is the first time international hackers from the dyne.org network can travel from all over the world to meet together in one place.
2009.08.13The Dyne.org village is established during the Hacking at Random international hacker camp in Holland.
- Free Culture Forum
2009.10.30Dyne.org crew participates and contributes to the first Free Culture Forum in Barcelona (FCForum)
The forum will take place for the following years until the final of a charter for citizens' and artists' rights in the digital age.
2009.12.18The MIAI, Interactive Museum of Industrial Archeology, is born in Cosenza and joins our network of computer musea.
2010.07.2410 years of history of Dyne.org are presented along with reflections on our experience for the GNU hackers meeting in Den Haag, hosted by rev.space
2010.11.05Dyne.org presents for the first time a lecture on Permaculture and Free Software design at the Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit.
This marks the beginning of a research track on urban regeneration focusing on design patterns between permaculture and open source.
- Tomb 1.0
2011The first stable release of Tomb 1.0 is announced.
2011.08The tends of the Dyne.org village are settled at the Chaos Computer Camp.
2012.02The Android software ZShaolin is released, allowing people to run a fully featured terminal on any Android device, without routing.
2013The Decentralized Citizen Engagements Technology (D-CENT) project is funded by the European Commission, validating Dyne.org for the first time as a EU research organization.
The consortium includes among the partners: NESTA UK, W3C, Forum Virium, Univ. Sorbonne, Thoughtworks.
- PPEU Constitution
2013We proudly support the Constitution of the European Pirate Party, the first international party of modern Europe.
2014The Metro Olografix cultural association for telematic cultures is now 20 years old!
2014.11The development of a fork of Debian is announced by VUAs with the support of Dyne.org
The fork focuses on providing users with a minimalist software honoring Init Freedom, a way out of the entangling web of dependencies in systemd
- Tomb 2.0
2014.11.26Tomb the crypto undertaker software gets a whole refactoring and new features, reaching release version 2.0
2015.08.16The Dyne.org village once again settles its tent at the Chaos Computer Camp, sharing its space with the newborn Idiopolis village.