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Center for a Stateless Society » Mutual Exchange Radio: Evan Pierce on Universal Ecological Infrastructure
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nixnet.social run a lovely #misskey instance!

Source: github.com/misskey-dev/misskey

Hint: as it also uses #activitypub as a shared protocol it can interact with both #mastodon & #hubzilla (#zot6) without being on any specific dedicated server or platform!

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@librecomms is now on #mastodon also! #toot

#kudos & thanks to @tbot for the new instance - supporting the deployment of #freedomcells ✊ working towards #thegreaterreset ✊ & #digitalsovereignty 🏴‍☠️

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So what is the #OpenWeb??

Locking the Web Open, a Call for a Decentralized Web
(2015) from The Internet Archive Blogs
blog.archive.org/2015/02/11/lo

We support the #omn - Open Media Network, as a part of the #indymedia reboot initiative.
@directpositiveaction

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@neetx

The librem is absolutely terrible and I feel taken advantage of. I've talked about it several times. It's not a cell phone I can use or show other people- and I"m only talking about the hardware, not the software.

Save your money!

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Added an ontology for accommodation types in the shares system of #Epicyon. Potentially there could be a fediverse equivalent to the commercial BnB systems.

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One of us spoke with Upstream for their most recent podcast episode on policing and abolition. Check it in out the quoted tweet!

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@bob
This looks very useful. We would like to test this on an old HP17" laptop, unlike most of our other stuff, this can be always online with dedicated power source, due to our rural location is a requirement also. Up to 10 users sounds perfect also.
Looks like a great toolkit.
libreserver.org/admin.html


@librecomms

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@jz The Afghanistan war has been the most cynical in my lifetime. After going in to get Bin Laden they quickly lost any interest in finding him, but stayed anyway to continue harassing/killing the population.

I think this war was primarily about the US developing its military hardware. Air drones, ground robots and "bunker busters" were all pioneered there in the 2000s. The people who got killed were just expendable cannon fodder in a live fire testing R&D enterprise.

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