Hey #SocialCoop brain trust: what is the best #coop membershiop management system that you're aware of. Was talking to my local food co-op's membership manager, and she feels there's a lack of good options in the space, so they have a nightmarishly customized CiviCRM. but she'd prefer something else.
This has me thinking again about the #CoApp idea I tooted out a little while back, but wanting to figure out what's already out there before nudging towards reinventing any wheels...
Seldom I have seen such a lineup. Let alone on a Nintendo console...
Look at this fucking sculpture of balzac by rodin. More like Honoré de Ballsack
big news today in Europe for scholars... all publicly funded research must be published #openaccess as of 2020 https://www.volkskrant.nl/nieuws-achtergrond/11-eu-landen-besluiten-vanaf-2020-moet-alle-wetenschappelijke-literatuur-gratis-beschikbaar-zijn~be002c39/
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Wow donating in support of scribus project proved to be be a mission impossible. No info on the subject anywhere, and no answer from the current main team via email. Please boost this so I can get any sort of help, thanks.
- couldn't access their webchat
- tried Reddit
- tried fb
- sent individual emails to each Dev. From the main team
"New figures have shown that credit unions, long touted as offering a vital alternative to payday lenders, are on the rise."
"Credit unions are not-for-profit cooperatives owned and controlled by their members that have traditionally specialised in loans and savings for the less well-off. In a credit union, members typically pay in small sums to their account and can then access loans."
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