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Catching up with the debate that has been happening around social.coop federation, and reflecting that as hard as it has been, at least there is a record of what happened. Most social media platforms provide no visibility into these important discussions.

@edsu I feel incredibly fortunate to be able to observe these social dynamics. Terrified, too. But I think there's something to learn.

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social.coop

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