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En tiempos en los cuales ciertos formatos de encuentro internacional se tornan obsoletos o a menudo ineficaces, en Goteo nos estimula participar en redes que promueven el encuentro, la co-creación y la producción colectiva. Esto es Idea Camp, una convocatoria anual promovida junto a la European Cultural Foundation (ECF) en la que confluyen 50 impulsores (“Idea Makers”) de ideas transformadoras situadas en ámbitos relacionados con la cultura
Digital tools open many possibilities for the development of new ideas. They allow us to draw a map of the forest fires that have taken place in Spain during the last few years, or let anyone carry a sensor for evaluating city environments though the use of an electronic board.
These ideas have been put into play in real projects. Furthermore, they allow the possibility of replicating similar initiatives with no need to start from scratch. The
We came back full of inspiration and clear development paths after two intense days of collective work in our first Goteathon at MediaLab Prado. In this event, we had the privileged opportunity of co-creating scenarios and defining needs along with numerous people from several institutions, all of them with different roles and interest in the type of indicators and open data that Goteo is starting to provide.
In this article, we’d like to explain Goteo’s follow-up tracking process for successfully crowdfunded projects and their collective returns: how it’s performed, what results we obtain, and what conclusions the process allows us to draw. We do this together with Vicky Anderica and Raúl Magallón, our “tracker” collaborators in charge of following and analyzing the results of Goteo’s successfully financed
Goteo Spring has brought several changes and improvements that we have been enthusiastically preparing, as we explained in our previous post. One of those changes is that we’re now applying one of the lowest commission rates of any crowdfunding platform, Spanish or international: our rate has dropped to just 4% if your campaign reaches its funding goal (otherwise, there's no associated costs - and not for those who've donated to the project, either).