About this Module

This module was made by Cristina Cochior and Manetta Berends in the proximity of Varia, a member-based organisation in the South of Rotterdam that works on/with everyday technology.

The module is produced in the context of the course Data-driven research and digital tools at the Department of Media & Culture, Utrecht University in collaboration with Dr. Karin van Es and Creative Coding Utrecht.

This work is kindly supported by the focus area Governing the Digital Society at Utrecht University and published under the CC4r license:

Varia, 2020. Cristina Cochior, Manetta Berends, Karin van Es. Copyleft with a difference: This is a collective work, you are invited to copy, distribute, and modify it under the terms of the CC4r - https://gitlab.constantvzw.org/unbound/cc4r/.

This module is made using Pelican1 and served as a static website: a form of minimal computing2 through which we hope to limit the weight of its webpages, to stimulate the reuse of its materials, and to explore to potential of Free/Libre and Open Source Software tools as generators of situated publishing formats.

The sources of this module can be found on https://git.vvvvvvaria.org/mb/bots-as-digital-infrapunctures.

The fonts used in this module are Syne (Italic), designed by Bonjour Monde; Belgica-Belgika, designed by Open Source Publishing (OSP); Libre Baskerville, designed by Pablo Impallari; all published under the SIL Open Font License, version 1.1.


  1. Pelican Static Site Generator, Powered by Python. Accessed on 5 November 2020. https://getpelican.com/ 

  2. Minimal Computing, a working group of GO::DH. Accessed on 5 November 2020. https://go-dh.github.io/mincomp/about/