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I am looking for , and would love to find something related to and the solidarity economy!

I have:
* Experience as an intern at a cooperative development organization ()
* Degree in mathematics and statistics
* Programming skills, though no job experience yet
* Good Spanish (level B2)

Mike boosted

If you're into working with humans, free software & cryptography, and you love the idea of helping news organizations break their biggest stories based on submissions by whistleblowers, you may want to come work with me! New opening at Freedom of the Press Foundation just went up - boosts appreciated:

freedom.press/jobs/job-opening

@mattcropp I'm working on a outline proposal for a financially self sustaining social network node. Might you have a look at it and make any comments that come to mind?

Linked with my Friendica account - go the Fedivers :)

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This approach of feasibility studies etc might be over the top but it is the only way I currently know how to go about this.

It would be very helpful to talk with you about the process that you have been through to get this co-op node up and running?

Anyway...hello, I hope things are going well in your lives :)

My aim is to get a first draft document of a feasibility study proposal put together - something that concisely outlines the idea and identifies, as much as possible, the different factors that would need to be researched. Basically a document that I can circulate round some people locally who might be interested in forming a steering group with me to continue developing the proposal and locate funding for a feasibility study, as well as, manage the feasibility study process.

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