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Who all in is planning to attend the conference in NYC in November?

We've been given the opportunity for us to give a short (8 minutes) talk at the conference, and thinking it would be a good opportunity to do some community reflection and distill "lessons learned" from our journey thus-far that others might benefit from.

So, interested in social.coop folks' thoughts generally, and knowing who might be in the room and interested in co-presenting?

@mattcropp It might be interesting to talk about the tech bottleneck -- that is, a single instance is too small and perhaps lacks funds to employ one or two of its own to maintain/upgrade/improve the instance. But that work should be cooperative - the production and tech maintenance work should be cooperativized as a step toward building out our platform cooperative ecosystem...?
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