Benjamin Mako Hill mako
Benjamin Mako Hill is a social scientist, technologist, and activist. In all three roles, he works to understand why some attempts at peer production — like Wikipedia and Linux — build large volunteer communities while the vast majority never attract even a second contributor. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington. He is also a faculty affiliate at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and an affiliate at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science — both at Harvard University. He has also been a leader, developer, and contributor to the free and open source software community for more than a decade as part of the Debian and Ubuntu projects. He is the author of several best-selling technical books, a member of the Free Software Foundation board of directors and an advisor to the Wikimedia Foundation.
Benjamin Mako Hill presents 3 Events:
Access Without Empowerment at SeaGL 2015
Keynote - Benjamin Mako Hill at SeaGL 2019 - A Prime Year for Free Software
Cocktails and Mocktails Evening Social at SeaGL 2020