Sarai’s commitment to public dialogue and debate means that it runs several discussion lists, whose traverse the city, media, technology, the Hindi public domain, language and public culture, technology and creative practice, digital media and photography, community radio, intellectual property law and the public domain, critical urbanism, social software and FLOSS.
Click below to subscribe to any of these online discussion communities.
|Reader List||The Reader List partly serves as a platform to create a lively community that discusses and debates key issues in new & old media practice and theory and reflects on the experience of the everyday, as well as technology, culture and politics in city spaces.|
|Commons-Law ||The Commons-Law list is an an open platform on law and the public domain.|
|Deewan||The Deewan list is a Hindi list dedicated to discussions on city, media, film, technology and language.|
|Urban Study||The Urban Study Group list focuses on an to exploration of emerging forms of urbanism in the Indian metropolis and the challenges that new forms of urbanism and urban politics pose to existing understandings of the city.|
|Picturepost||Picturepost was set up as a forum to share and discuss images. The list is no longer active, but the archives are publicly available as a record of past conversations.|
|cr-India||India Community Radio issues discussion list. Coverage of topics include community as well as public service contexts. The list also is used to update people on emerging trends in the Radio sector in India.|
|Prc||For students who want to work on Free/Libre and Open Source Software Projects... and mentors who are willing to mentor them. The list is no longer active, but the archives are publicly available as a record of past conversations|
|Opus-dev||This list was set up to discuss code developments for OPUS. The list is no longer active, but the archives are publicly available as a record of past conversations. Also see http://www.opuscommons.net|
|FlossToday||A mailing list dedicated to spreading the word about Free/Libre Open Source Software events in India and South-East Asia. The list is no longer very active, however the archives are publicly available as a record of past conversations.|
|Bytesforall||This list focussed on how the internet and IT technologies promote development. It is no longer an active list. The archives are available for a record of past discussions.|
|Atelier||This was a forum aimed at fostering an intellectual environment for debates and discussions ranging on subjects from new-media art, media forms to film, literature and politics. The list is no longer active, but the archives are publicly available as a record of past conversations.|