Hi everyone! I am a developer interested in the cooperative tech movement. I've put together this awesome-list to for other devs interested in researching companies in the space:

Please feel free to contribute if you can!

@mmeyer Great start! Couple thoughts:

- Folks on Twitter love list-making almost as much as GitHub users do. Googling around, this Twitter list seems very comprehensive (obviously going beyond tech, but then, "what is tech" is an increasingly difficult question):

- the UK really seems to have its act together on this stuff. is a great searchable directory that has a few clearly techy ones you may want to add.

@eloquence Thanks, i'll definitely pull in more from those lists!

@mmeyer Welcome!

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