I've been trying to plan a little UK co-op hitchhiking tour, better start this week!

Will start in Glasgow and slowly make my way down south. Looking for sofas/floors to sleep on and co-ops to visit of any kind, but especially digital-y/software ones...

Would like to talk about saving food (esp. with karrot.world), web hosting, platform co-ops, volunteers, grassroots, open source, CoTech, social.coop, etc...

Should start in the next couple of days. Lemme know if I should swing by!

@nicksellen Hey Nick if you want to stop by Bristol, you would be welcome to crash in the lounge at my house. I'm involved in (weco.io), a small platform coop alternative to Reddit.

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@jhweir thanks, sounds good! Bath is my home town too, so I am down in that area semi-regularly to visit my folks. I have quite a few stops on the way, so will just leave it vague for now if thats ok 👍

@nicksellen No problem, just send me a message here if you decide to visit 👍

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