Does anybody know if there's good resources (from zines, longreads, to scientific papers) conceptualizing system administration from a marxist-feminist point of view? I have had a gut feeling for years that the production/reproduction distinction w/ everything that comes along with that (invisible labor, entitled attitudes by those in "production", ...) could be a suitable framework for analyzing the (social) problems we face in our workplaces, but don't have the resources to develop a theory on that on my own...
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@LouInABox check this out:
I think @decentral1se sent me a good online zine once also but I can't remember the name 💓
@kawaiipunk @LouInABox I think I sent your Processed World?! Can't really remember and it's kinda not relevant but fuck it, this thing is gold: https://libcom.org/history/introducing-processed-world.
@LouInABox i think there's some work by feminist autonomist marxists on this issue! also, as much as i hate saying this, i think gilles deleuze may have written some stuff on this...
@LouInABox She's really awesome. This paper by Nathan Ensmerger might also interest you, as it discusses some of the invisible hierarchies in software development and maintenance in ways that seem consonant with your concerns (if I'm reading them correctly, anyhow). http://themaintainers.org/s/ensmenger-maintainers-v2.pdf