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Alive again for me, but I had to clear my browser cache to get it to stop throwing errors.

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@bhaugen @wakest yes it's alive! at least the technical side of things is being taken care of :)

This is what we're up to git.coop/social.coop/tech/oper

@nicksellen @bhaugen don't have an git.coop account to look at this link.

@nicksellen @bhaugen hmm I see it seems like I have to join web architects in order to have an account. but I am already a paying member of open coop. that seems unnecessary.

@wakest @bhaugen should that you get an @social.coop alias that lets you create an account with. @wu_lee knows it works better than me....

@wakest, you can get access without joining WebArchitects (social.coop is a member).

It does need yet another log-in, admittedly. We're not yet in a position to unify all these log-ins, we don't have the infrastructure/people-power engaged to link all the authentication up (Loomio, Masto, GitLab, etc.... it's not trivial to do, and probably requires self-hosting everything).

To get a login follow the "how to get an account" link here:

git.coop/social.coop

@nicksellen @bhaugen

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