@bhaugen

Isn't git-ssb just doing distributed storage of git repos though ? While that's cool, for me the point of git over ActivityPub is replicating the github/gitlab functionality that augments git, including merge requests and issue tracking, in a federated way.

@bob @dansup @chris
February 23, 2019
@arteteco
ActivityPub for couch/accommodation sharing when?
February 23, 2019
@alexl
@dansup

And Gitlab supports syncing (pull and/or push) with an external repo, so you can easily be on both.
February 23, 2019
@bob
@dansup @chris

What we really need is something like https://github.com/forgefed/forgefed
February 23, 2019
@nickyp welcome!
February 18, 2019
@polychrome
Is this your picture? If so would you be willing to provide a high res file for printing and displaying in a ?
February 17, 2019
@aral
Can you point to one thing to read in particular?
February 17, 2019
February 13, 2019
@eliotberriot

You solve that with open federated protocols tying many small solutions and providers together.
February 13, 2019
@cj *good luck 🙂
February 13, 2019
@cj That's brilliant! I've been thinking about the need for something along those lines and really like your approach! Good look and let us know how/when we can help.
February 13, 2019
social.coop admin, $
Good question @bhaugen

It seems most haven't figured out that they have different kind of members let alone how to fairly share value among them:

- core value proposition workers (eg bike delivery bikers)
- beneficiaries / partners (eg local shops)
- patrons (eg clients)
- initiators / creators (eg innovation / design/ development)
- support workers (eg systems maintenance / community facilitation / tech support)
- promoters (eg member outreach / partnerships with other co-ops)
- (and maybe others, depending on each case)

As for me, I don't usually *expect* up-front compensation as an initiator, because:
1) there's often no budget for it, outside of capitalism
2) it often feels like play, at least when it's new

But I do need to eat so I often do lots of support work as well, and do expect compensation when I'm expected to act like a 24/7 on-call janitor. The stress alone...

@mattcropp @ntnsndr
February 13, 2019
social.coop admin, $
February 12, 2019
February 12, 2019
@cj

1. Sure!

2. Would love to, but depends if nearby or if someone covers the costs
February 12, 2019
social.coop admin, $
@mattcropp

I wish the co-op had organized a lot earlier to compensate for the huge amount of labor that went into its early days.
For my part, being broke at the time, I could really have used the support in order to avoid burn-out, but if you ever want to make a gesture I'd now happily accept a donation to my local hacklab instead.

@ntnsndr
February 12, 2019
@dajbelshaw @alexcastano @sean

Federation isn't ready because the project was heavily refactored since forking, but we definitely need to get it working so MoodleNet can launch publicly with multiple instances!
February 11, 2019
cw: nightmare material

https://xkcd.com/2109/
February 11, 2019
@aran blaming the users or the extractive capitalists doing better marketing than the decentralised open source approaches?
February 11, 2019
February 11, 2019