Thank you and auf Wiedersehen!

Many thanks to everyone for a fantastic conference! Documentation from the conference is now available, including blog posts from other participants, our Flickr stream, a visualization of retweets at #FCRC, and even a few radio interviews. You can follow more Free Culture research news on the commons-research mailing list.

An enormous thank-you to all participants, especially the authors, chairs, and commentators for providing the intellectual fodder for the conference and ensuring the program ran smoothly. Thanks also to Wikimedia Germany and COMMUNIA for their thoughtful panels (see our coverage here and here) and to our host, the Freie Universität of Berlin. We owe much to the support from the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and generous funding from the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.

This conference would not have been possible without the scholarly contributions of the FCRC Academic Program Committee, who led the peer review process and helped shape the program’s overall themes. Thank you to Giorgos Cheliotis for his leadership in the Free Culture research initiative and his support of the event in Berlin.

Also, a heartful danke schön to our live-bloggers Parker Higgins, Thomas Gegenhuber, and Renata Avila and to our talented photographer, Tony Sojka. Our gratitude especially to Martin Schmidt, coordinator of the peer review, and to the students and faculty of the FU School of Business and Economics for their contributions to the event’s registration and logistics. The FCRC logo was designed by Christian Dürr, winner of the Open Clipart Logo Design Contest.

Keep posting your impressions and feedback, using the #fcrc tag so we can aggregate everything. We hope to see you at next year’s FCRC — wherever it may take place!

Image: FCRC Participants (fcrc2010_DSC5719tonysojka) by FCRC10 (Tony Sojka) / CC BY 2.0 Generic

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