@trwnh
@alexl

You can use Matrix/Riot without an account (with a temporary nick, but no email/phone signup)
March 11, 2019
@saltqueer

Interesting food for thought!

BTW if he isn't already I suggest monitoring error fare sites like https://hacktheflight.net where you can often find flights at 1/3 of the normal price
March 10, 2019
@switchingsocial

I've been developing this project little by little as well, still alpha quality but has a bunch of features I at least find useful: https://gitlab.com/mayel/dataverse
March 09, 2019
@AlternatibaT

Les deux liens ne fonctionnent pas pour moi (The shortened URL doesn't exist)

@mobilizon @mcpaccard
March 07, 2019
@garfiald
I use Manjaro
March 07, 2019
And Arch is hipster nerd?

@netscaler
@sophia @cgx
March 07, 2019
March 05, 2019
The world has gone weird the last few days...
February 26, 2019
@cwebber
dealing with the same right now, it's a dilemma though, the purring is so good!
February 25, 2019
@solarpunkagorism @aral @matslats @bob @bhaugen @yaaps @solarpunkgnome

(see https://docs.opencoopecosystem.net/ for some history and unfortunately slightly outdated info about that)
February 24, 2019
@arteteco

Yes, this is what we're trying to do :)

@solarpunkgnome
February 24, 2019
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February 24, 2019
@solarpunkagorism

And mutual credit is a step further ;) In fact a few people involved in CommonsPub and related projects are also trying to help the FairCoin community slowly transition to better tech solutions...

@aral @matslats @bob @bhaugen @yaaps @solarpunkgnome
February 24, 2019
@bob

I've been involved in figuring out the architecture for future federated mutual credit networks for a while. Blockchain here too is far from being the best solution. Secure Scuttlebutt, Holochain, and maybe even ActivityPub (with extensions) are actually much more suited.

@solarpunkagorism

cc @matslats @lynn @bhaugen
February 23, 2019
@arteteco

Sorry if my posts seem confrontational to you. I'm not critising Trustroots, just arguing for the benefits of interoperability and decentralisation, which can benefit users in different and wonderful ways. (Being free, open source, non-profit, etc is awesome, but can still carry the challenges of centralized governance, sustainability, and "marketing").
February 23, 2019
@arteteco

What I mean is that being centralized is actually makes it more challenging to have enough users. Better being part of a network like the fediverse.

@erosdiscordia
February 23, 2019
@xj9

OK now that's awesome! :)

@bhaugen @bob @dansup @chris
February 23, 2019
@arteteco

It "doesn't have critical mass" is actually the main reason I think that any platform that benefits from network effects should be federated. So we can leave all the centralisers and capitalists to compete against each other, while the rest of us can switch to decentralised cooperation once and for all!
February 23, 2019
@ross

It's been a while since I tried it. Will revisit!

@chris @dansup @bob @bhaugen
February 23, 2019
@arteteco

That's one of many. Decentralised moderation. Different levels of privacy (including cross-instance private communities, leveraging AP's group actor). Decentralised innovation in terms of UX and new functionality. Etc.
February 23, 2019