@rostiger Hey! I thought I had fixed this months ago. I will try to do it next time I enter in dev mode :) thanks!

Tomorrow morning at 9:30 CEST, we will be presenting our open-source incubator at the FAB16 "fabricating the commons" event!
Join us :-)

> us02web.zoom.us/j/85990176282?
Meeting ID: 859 9017 6282, Passcode: 513377
(sorry for the zoom link, we don't decide)

Continuously updating our website, but today with the focus on the homepage! Hoping to bring more clarity to our project :-)
→ domingoclub.com/

@wauz Well that's another type of incubator. Ours is to make fermented food, tempeh in particular. You can find more info on our website > domingoclub.com/about-en.html

@tendigits Thank you Nate! We really hope to give back to the community what the community has given us.

@domingoclub congratulations, that's exiting news. We all benefit from your continued developments.

Good news! We won the Distributed Design Award 2021!

Our project was first selected, among the 12 finalists, in the *Adaptable and open-design* category and now, after a few weeks of suspense, we have just learned that we won the award for excellence! Woop woop!

We'll receive 2000€ to finance the development of the Domingo Club and our incubator. Long live the Domingo Club!

We have started the design of the new version of our incubator, taking into account the feedback received since our previous prototype. In particular, its size!

Everyone has different needs, tastes, space, and so does our incubator. We design our new model/prototype in a free and open-source software, Freecad, that offers everyone the possibility to use and modify our designs to meet their needs.

We will be fabricating the new incubator this summer at Fab Lab Barcelona as part of Food Shift's Food Tech 3.0 programme. All the sources of our project will be available as soon as they are usable, on our website and most probably on Wikifactory ;-)

vimeo.com/566284652

For those who are or will be in London this month: you will be able to see the Domingo Club as part of the "Cathedral of Creativity" taking place in the Somerset House galleries for the "Design in Age of Crisis" exhibition — presented as part of the London Design Biennale.
Please take pictures if you go :)

📷 Forest for Change, London Design Biennale, Somerset House (photo credit: Ed Reeve)

It's wonderful to be on the water again, leaving the sound of cars behind.

Yay, we just got a new starter from tempeh.info/, let's do some more tests and compare cultures.

We recently made a video to introduce our open-source incubator that promotes fermented foods and collaboration with natural processes. Tell us what you think 🌻
> vimeo.com/547673474

@cblgh hehe, we love it too! It's Savate, an open-source typeface from the Wech collective > collectif-we.ch/savate/

Hi everyone!

☼ Here's the new Mastodon account of the Domingo Club ☼

We make fermented , tools and explore collaboration with natural processes to promote , , and in our global food system.

Here we want to explain a little more deeply and naturally the things we do, that happen to us, that we create on a daily basis. To take you with us.

Our initiative is super fresh, a lot of things are still to be defined, we take events as they come. We are based in Barcelona, Spain. We speak English, Spanish and French. This account will be mainly, but not only, managed by @focus404.

Thanks to Sunbeam.city for hosting us, and thanks to @liaizon for the invitation :-)

→ domingoclub.com/

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