uspol, get your popcorn Show more
If you're in the Portland, Oregon area and want to migrate off of mastodon.social please DM me for an invite to pdx.social.
Slept all day f̶o̶r̶ ̶n̶o̶ ̶g̶o̶o̶d̶ ̶r̶e̶a̶s̶o̶n̶ because I biked like 100 km yesterday and also did laundry and also work
Hi all #SocialCoop, there are three important decisions about Federation:
- Mute bofa.lol (this means they won't appear on the federated timeline; anyone can still follow accounts there)
- Suspend liberdon.com (reasons exposed there)
- Give standing jury the power to mute instances for some reasons up until a Federation Policy and CoC is enacted.
Toronto, Ontario politics Show more
Toronto City Council now voting to take the Province to court over the surprise bill that would slash the number of Council seats and redraw ward boundaries in the middle of the election campaign.
Vote tallies courtesy of Matt Elliott: https://twitter.com/GraphicMatt/status/1031662277550694400
LB: I feel personally attacked
Debian User Would Like You to Know That They Don't, In Fact, Use Arch
Thank you, very encouraging!!
Just yesterday I wrote a post about it in CoTech forum on how the branch for cooperatives in WeCo could become a global forum for all people interested in cooperatives.
Would love people to check it out and give feedback.
It also includes some stuff about Internet of Ownership and Social coop that I have not yet told anyone else about!
Btw, replied to you there :).
In 2 hrs I will have a call with ProgCoders about WeCo!
If you haven't yet, watch NK Jemisin's acceptance speech for the 2018 Hugo for Best Novel.
New blog post: a quick write-up of what happened at July's bonkers #TOcouncil meeting, from ShotSpotter to the mayor yelling "balls". https://nevillepark.ca/2018/08/20/that-last-city-council-meeting/
is this solarpunk?
"We often worry about machines taking over the world, not realising they already have. Everything we do, everything we build, is bent around the machines’ needs, and we’re fooled into thinking those needs are ours." http://irishcycle.com/2018/08/19/the-yates-problem-does-cycling-have-a-moral-hazard-issue/