As an open source project ourselves, we recognize the immense amount of hidden labour that goes into public-benefit projects.
It’s crucial for free + open source tech projects to be mutually supportive of each other — this is the basis for a healthy digital commons. 🕸️ 💗
So we're *backing our stack* today, naming and contributing to some of the free software that makes COMPOST possible.
First up — we rely on Meet.Coop for our videoconferencing needs with Big Blue Button. Donate to this co-op alternative to Zoom >> https://opencollective.com/meet-coop/donate
Our newsletter uses GNU Mailman hosted at Hypha.coop It’s old school but it’s solid and it works. https://my.fsf.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=22
@ephemeral I totally agree to your compost boost.
And that reminds me: Though I'd love to I can't subscribe to your peertube feeds, myself having an account on video.ploud.fr, which isn't specialized in anything for one, however also blocks a lot of anti-human content on the positive side (for me).
I am near sending them a complaint, but then it might just be a software issue. Where is the mutual support in that? In any case much respect to your work.
I really admire COMPOST and their work. And thank you too for the kind words - I appreciate your feed and feedback on here too.
Interesting about Peertube. I haven't had much communication with the mod but will bring that up - I do find Peertube a little glitchy at times but also an amazing service considering the scope of what it tries to do. I'll update you on that when I find out.
@ephemeral Thank you, th only reason i asked was, that i hoped to be updated automatically - and show my support in any case.
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!