The Fourth Sector: an often overlooked and misunderstood sector in the European worldview
Nextcloud announcement: Hub 6
Frank Karlitschek and the teamDone
Newly adopted Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework
Reporting with the Analyics app
Refactoring out Legacy Code w/ Talk Android
Neon - A framework for building cross-platform Nextcloud clients
Kate Döen & Nikolas RimikisDone
FOSS by Stealth
Nextcloud shares: user testing and their benefits for User Experience
Why the public sector sponsors the Nextcloud-OpenProject integration
How to effectively and securely collaborate online using Nextcloud & Online Whiteboards
Katrin is a researcher, writer and consultant on technology, climate, and feminism. She advises organizations on data, justice, and emerging technologies. Katrin is also a Senior Program Manager at the Green Web Foundation and the chair of epicenter.works. Green Web Foundation is working towards a fossil-free internet by 2030 and is maintaining the world’s largest open dataset of websites that run on green energy. They offer open source tools to manage the environmental impact of digital services. And support movement leaders and policymakers to effectively frame the conversation and advocate for a sustainable and just internet.
Previously, Katrin co-founded and co-led MOTIF, a think tank working towards social justice in the digital age. Furthermore, she is a co-initiator of Feminist Futures, holds an MSc in Data & Society and was nominated on Forbes’ 30 under 30 list.