"Post Growth Entrepreneurship (PGE) reframes business as a form of activism, art, spirituality, and creative expression. This business model embraces flat growth curves and rejects the need for investors, scaling, and exits. PGE questions entrepreneurial "common wisdom" and re-envisions business as a vehicle for pure positive impact."
The Dark Ages were a time when the Catholic establishment actively oppressed and exploited the illiterate masses. It was replaced with "the Enlightenment" when ambitious, (& contentious - pilloried by the Church all along) communities & individuals boldly decided that they could create a social structure with the purpose of democratising literacy - the expectation that nearly all in society learned to read.
We're in a digital Dark Age now. #FOSS is the vanguard of the new enlightenment. .
It needs to be easier for users to leave big tech platforms, or to use other tools to interact with their data without leaving entirely. https://act.eff.org/action/tell-your-representative-to-support-a-more-interoperable-future
The open peer-review process they do at F1000 is exactly what all journals should be doing. I love that they publish the peer review, in detail, right next to the article themselves.
City of Geneva: How do we use Nextcloud in 52 various departments across the country?
"We wanted digital sovereignty and a solution that doesn't change the license over time and doesn't lock us in with crazy fees."
Great news, everyone!
Tomorrow #ONLYOFFICE will turn 11. To celebrate this special event, today we are launching a contest for all #FOSSTODON users. All you need to do is to boost this toot! The main prize is a free license of ONLYOFFICE Home Server. The winner will be randomly chosen among all the participants. We will sum up the results of the contest on the 8th of July at 12 PM (CET). Stay tuned with us for more news from ONLYOFFICE. Good luck!
Tenacity is already attracting a bigger developer community than it seems Audacity ever had.
Delay Tolerant Networking future
The future looks like this:
At home, I have an offline LAN with a media center and a local web.
At the coffee shop, I have a LAN with a media center and local web. These can't connect to the internet because of firewall rules, but are on a LAN which does have an internet connection.
At the maker space, I have a LAN with a media center and a local web, these are accessible over the internet.
I'll call these (location)(thing) in the rest of this description