i don't have the free time to pursue it but a thought that hasn't let me go since it popped up a couple weeks ago, is that it sounds like a much more feasible ambition to build a cooperative coworking space in my town, than to build a web dev cooperative from scratch either locally or distributed.

wouldn't be quite the same as having co-owners in my software work but it'd scratch a lot of the same itches, i'd bet

@redoak I was recently hearing about a cooperatively-owned space in , which does sound lovely... wayfinder-coop.com/

@mattcropp @redoak There's another in the works here in I'll meet one of the organizers tomorrow as it turns out.

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