Participated in discussion about punishments for rule violations at #CHT #Hackbase . The question is general, how #anarchist community should handle inappropriate behavior of its members. From my perspective there could be 3 types of violations - violation of common law, of community rules and mistakes
M1A2 #Abrams with anarchy flag, Kuwait
I'm in Thailand/Indonesia, what #coop could I visit?
"At the To Kwa Wan march, an anarcho-syndicalist flag. A nice change from British colonial and US flags that get disproportionate media attention. #hongkong #antiELAB" https://twitter.com/joymingking/status/1162626128223199232
Nice definition from #cht #hackbase #commonground section:
CHT is a #coliving infrastructure, not a community.
- Community-based systems are reproduced through people explaining things to each other (over and over again).
- Infrastructural systems are formed and reproduced through defining processes.
@freshbox and there's also consumer co-ops and multi-stakeholder co-ops which are harder to use traditional partnerships for.
But it's always *possible* to have partnerships that *are* effectively the same as co-ops. Co-ops are mainly dedication to https://www.ica.coop/en/whats-co-op/co-operative-identity-values-principles and partnerships that do that adequately basically *are* co-ops.
Thinking about plug-and-play Mastodon-compatible micro-servers.
Could be built around a Raspberry Pi Zero W, configurable through being plugged into a computer via USB with a super simple wizard. Only has to support a single household of users. The "consumer router" of Mastodon servers.
Make it super easy to get your non-technical family off of FB/Twitter and into better touch with you.
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!