I’m also looking for suggestions for the modern equivalent of a forum or the ethical alternative to Facebook groups.
I’m using nextcloud for collaborating with a small (but soon to grow) group of trusted collaborators and I think it’s the bees knees.
But I’m looking for something that I can give to more casually interested collaborators or potential collaborators. I want them to be able to see our updates, and comment or contribute or subscribe, without requiring a huge investment.
Also, I just discovered the cyberdeck subreddit. Some cool stuff people are building over there for inspiration.
Oh my, this is sooo cool! Almost exactly like what I have envisioned for a cybredeck. https://m.imgur.com/a/pyb0SR3
"It’s not about price. It’s libre, not gratis. With any program, there are two possibilities: either the users control the program, or the program controls the users." #DemandFreedom https://newleftreview.org/II/113/richard-stallman-talking-to-the-mailman
I'm struck by a question I never thought I'd have to ask.
What am I going to do with my #cybredeck?
Like, what features should I build in to it? What should I optimize for? Whats the most cybrepunk//solarpunk shit you can do with a computer today?
@gemlog you can try it now, it works directly in the browser:) No need to install anything.
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