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In order to help understanding the futur possibilities of dibber, we’re writting a few fictionnal stories on how it could be used. Please, meet the edible place team!
The edible place is a shared garden managed by a community of urban people who wanted to have their own green place to grow vegetables together. They met during the 99% strikes at Zuccotti Park where they started to share some food and then a lot of talking. When the park got evacuated, they didn’t want to just go home like nothing changed and after even more talking, they found a place at the top of a building where they could put dirt and grow things in big pots or other less common stuff. (more…)
In order to help understanding the futur possibilities of dibber, we’re writting a few fictionnal stories on how it could be used. Please, meet Rachid!
Rachid lost his father in Egypt a few months ago. After having spent 2 years in France,he had to come back to take care of his family and the farm of his parents. He remembers about how his father used to work but at the same time also remembers that using all these pesticides made his dad pass away too early. He doesn’t want to work like he used to do and is looking for other ways. His little sister, Racha, who’s always connected to the internet but is also very concerned about the future of the family, is looking for answers there. One day she found a forum post about a new web application that helps small farmers to connect to each other and share information called dibber. (more…)
In order to help understanding the futur possibilities of dibber, we’re writting a few fictionnal stories on how it could be used. Please, meet John!
John is a farmer and he’s been working on his small farm for almost 30 years. He never got the time to get much into the new technology such as cellphones, computers or internet. He always found inspiration for his plantings in his old books. Now, he’s close to retire but both his sons are gone and don’t wish to pursue his work. He’s trying to find a way to perpetuate what was self-taught and learned over the years of practice but does’t want his land to be bought by a large scale business farmer. (more…)