Looks pretty cool! I love Wikipedia.

I started the platform coop subwiki there yesterday :)


There was already a subwiki for cooperatives and mutuals.


@LeoSammallahti @Matt_Noyes
Why do you think they rolled their own island instead of joining the fediverse?
Or can they federate?

@bhaugen @Matt_Noyes

No idea, would imagine it would be quite a different type of platform if it was decentralised.


@LeoSammallahti @Matt_Noyes

Ok, it's centralized. I guess I should have known....but I see all these other new things that are whatever:social and they are federated...

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