- with thanks to Take Back Our Tech for creating this new instance of the #fediverse
Welcome to the #TBOT community! We invite you here to open up the Take Back Our Tech challenges. This is a call for action that happens every two weeks as we learn about different technology and begin implementing them individually. You can use this network to share your progress, ask for help, and connect with the community.
The Interledger Protocol is an open protocol suite for sending payments across different ledgers. Like the internet, connectors route packets of money across independent networks. The open architecture and minimal protocol enable interoperability for any value transfer system. Interledger is not tied to a single company, blockchain, or currency...
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We encourage organisations from the Commons and Social and Solidarity Economy to join as members to make use of the shared resource.
Members have equal rights in the governance: one member equals one vote. Information about the project is shared transparently between members.
Members are expected to contribute to the collective costs of running the project.
Initially the collective is an informal organisation formed by the member coops that have started the project. Built on mutual trust and intercooperation agreements, the project seeks to be a self-managed, autonomous organisation. Domains, assets and other shared resources will be transferred to a future independent legal entity, once the member organisations decide to create this.
A key objective of the project is to share knowledge and experience about running the shared services and facilitate its replication, though internal training, documentation, deployment scripts and a culture of sharing knowledge and software under free licenses with collaborative methodologies.
The project was started by three cooperative, Collective.tools, femProcomuns and Webarchitects and other cooperative actors who seek to strengthen cooperation among themselves to enrich and strengthen the Social and Solidarity Economy.
A driving force for this project is our care for privacy and Free Software, to allow people and organisations to have quality online meetings with ethical tools. The project has at its centre the community resource of online meeting services that are shared as a commons between its members. The generated software scripts and knowledge are shared as Free Software and under free licenses, following collaborative methodologies that facilitate replication and a decentralised architecture.
Enjoy surveillance free video conferencing which does not exploit your data Own your own private meeting space and have your say in how the co-op operates Your membership helps develop the commons economy and the power of open source tools Meet.coop is experienced at managing and hosting large events up to 200 people. Our dedicated event servers...
While back in 1976 Sidney Lumet was "as mad as hell". Sadly he dropped dead on stage, before he could suggest anything to do about it!
The Organiser’s Activity Book is a self-learning resource from Tactical Tech’s Data and Activism project. The book is a collection of playful exercises for organisers within civil society who work with the personal data of human rights defenders, investigators, campaigners, and others who are taking part in social or political action.
What an amazing show of support from this part of the city 🙌🏼💫
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