ijon at c-base.org
Mon Apr 17 17:00:10 CEST 2017
If you want Hackerspaces to stay in theire own little filterbubble, then
yes, you are right.
I believe that the idea of an open space for everyone to drop in, to
better themselves, to learn, develop, educate themselves or others, to
start great projects and to make this world a better place is so
important, that we should not stay in our own filterbubble and instead
carry our message throughout the internet, using whatever technology is
used by others that are not in our filterbubble.
this statement explicitly encourages to use any and all social networks,
regardless of "who owns it".
now that there seems to be (yet another) alternative out there that is
more in line with our values around opensource, about decentralization,
i think we should embrace it and welcome it.
On 17.04.2017 16:54, Joshua Pritt wrote:
> I wonder if this Hackerspaces General Discussion list isn't just the
> best way for any one hackerspace to contact other hackerspaces?
> Can we leverage the Space API to get a list of all the spaces' contact
> info in one nice directory to quickly contact all or some specific
> hackerspaces at once to ask questions or get help with a project, etc.?
> What good does something like signing up all hackerspaces to Mastodon do
> for us?
> Just curious because I know it's secure/encrypted, etc.
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