Hope in Source

By Nadia Eghbal & Henry Zhu

What are the parallels between faith and open source software? Join Nadia Eghbal and Henry Zhu for an off-the-cuff conversation between friends. Check out hopeinsource.com and nadiaeghbal.com/public-faith for the backstory

  1. 1.
    1: Faith and Open Source
    33:38
  2. 2.
    2: Community Membership
    34:44
  3. 3.
    3: Intrinsic Motivation
    43:57
  4. 4.
    4: Holy Inefficiency
    37:47
  5. 5.
    5: Evangelism
    33:52
  6. 6.
    6: Money
    44:11
  7. 7.
    7: Mythology and Symbolism
    35:09
  8. 8.
    8: Authority and Leadership
    26:02
  1. 9.
    9: Liturgy
    32:41
  2. 10.
    10: Trust
    34:59
  3. 11.
    11: City as Liturgy (Bonus)
    54:02
  4. 12.
    MA 1: Omnigamer on Speedrunning as Research
    1:26:46
  5. 13.
    MA 2: Stephanie Hurlburt on Boundaries
    49:01
  6. 14.
    MA 3: Stephanie Hurlburt on the Perception of Value
    54:34
  7. 15.
    MA 4: Mikeal Rogers on Getting Old in Open Source
    1:23:01
  8. 16.
    MA 5: Evan You on Funding One's Freedom
    1:26:15
  9. 17.
    MA 6: Jory Burson on the Significance of Standards
    1:04:43
  10. 18.
    MA 7: Philip Guo (#1) On Growing Old with the Web
    1:03:31
  11. 19.
    MA 8: Anthony Giovannetti on Mastery and Learning through Games
    56:34
  12. 20.
    MA 9: Wendy Hagenmaier on Preserving the (Digital) Past
    41:42
  13. 21.
    MA 10: Jonathan Farbowitz on the Commitment to Infinite Uptime
    1:15:22
  14. 22.
    12: Haircut (Bonus)
    27:39
  15. 23.
    MA 11: Maggie Appleton on Open Source as a Gift Economy
    55:28
  16. 24.
    MA 12: Maggie Appleton on Embodiment Through Metaphors
    54:01
  17. 25.
    MA 13: Jordan Scales on Nostalgia and Not Taking Yourself Too Seriously
    1:16:49
  18. 26.
    Legacy (Timothy Patitsis)
    47:54
  19. 27.
    Towards Shalom (Nicole Williams)
    55:42
  20. 28.
    Very Online (Strange Rites)
    1:03:18
  21. 29.
    Managing Over-Participation (Working in Public)
    46:37
  22. 30.
    Inhabiting a Space (Bernardo Hidalgo, Marianita Palumbo)
    44:32
  23. 31.
    MA 14: Shawn Wang on Open Knowledge
    54:53
  24. 32.
    MA 15: Philip Guo (#2) on Unlisting Yourself
    45:59
  25. 33.
    MA 16: Philip Guo (#3) on Life After Digital Death
    33:22
  26. 34.
    Emotional Programming (Omar Rizwan)
    40:24
  27. 35.
    Natural Limits (Michael Sacasas)
    31:05
  28. 36.
    The Convivial Society (Michael Sacasas)
    23:47
  29. 37.
    Embodied Knowledge (Maggie Appleton)
    25:24
  30. 38.
    Technology as Process (Maggie Appleton)
    32:48
  31. 39.
    Approaching Advent (Alex Kim)
    35:47
  32. 40.
    Reconversion (Sonya Mann)
    34:36
  33. 41.
    Essence (Sonya Mann)
    44:45
  34. 42.
    TabFS (Omar Rizwan)
    27:32
  35. 43.
    Software Tetris (Stephen Kell)
    42:14
  36. 44.
    Digital Disembodiment (Maggie Appleton)
    28:02

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