there is now case law that corporations are not people: https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Corporation-not-person-in-carpool-lanes-4173366.php
The context.Context type in #golang is an example of an abstraction with a very high power to weight ratio. Very useful.
Worker coops seem hard to structure if the participants have diverse levels of experience and specialization. In that situation a producer coop focused on marketing and lead generation seems more appropriate.
Wrote up some thoughts here - feel free to comment here or on the gist.
MSNBC is not framing this debate well.
If you have an ad hoc group (e.g. food not bombs chapter) and want to accept donations online in the name of the org, what's the best/simplest route to go?
I'm assuming the PayPal/Venmo options require a checking account, and to get one in the org's name we'd need to file a DBA reg with the state. I'm hoping to avoid that level of formality.
I'd like folks to see the org name when they donate vs some random individual in the group.
"Do you want to help build a cooperative movement that is striving to become a lasting alternative to corporate structures and to state structures? Not an adjunct to them, not a subcomponent of them, but a genuinely revolutionary alternative structure that directly challenges them? If your answer is yes, there’s a good chance that you’re an anarchist."
#lnav is a log file navigator.
lnav is a program which reads log files and displays their combined contents in chronological order. lnav highlights and colorizes relevant or important information, including actions and errors. lnav understands several log formats, can create timestamped logs from any program output, and can filter by regex or SQL.
Website 🔗️: https://lnav.org/
apt 📦️: lnav
Check out these rates! Anacortes, WA is offering public gigabit internet for under $70 a month. We have the opportunity to do the same thing here!
@Lisa_Herbold@twitter.com has asked the @SeattleCouncil@twitter.com to vote on whether or not SPU should consider it for Seattle.
Just installed bookstack for use as a private wiki. Initial impression is very positive. Excellent design/UX, fast, easy install via docker:
Of course I'm running it via maelstrom so it only starts when I use it. YAML example here:
Fedora 31 is coming out soon, and uses cgroup v2 by default, which is incompatible with docker. Here's a good guide explaining how to revert back to cgroup v1.
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