@kawaiipunk

"The broad promise of the idea of Co-op Cloud is the idea of growing the “Co-op stack”, in which more and more layers of the digital infrastructure we rely on are owned by the ones who rely on it. In order to achieve this beyond the application automation layer where Co-op Cloud is operating, we need to build capacity to own, manage, maintain our own server infrastructure."

#coopstack #coopserver

@Matt_Noyes @kawaiipunk This is of great interest to me. I live in a small community (270 pax), and I'm trying to find a way to let us who live here own and run our own infrastructure, located here. A co-op is the logical answer, and it can't rely on a select few to manage the servers.

@aujawindar that sounds awesome, we'd love to help! you can come along to our "kite-flying" thursdays @ 1pm UTC, find us on matrix matrix.to/#/#coopcloud:autonom or send us an email to helo@coopcloud.tech 🤘

— 3wc

@kawaiipunk

This would be a great topic for a Social.Coop community cafe.

@michaelafisher

@kawaiipunk hey, this sounds great! Although I must admit I got confused near the end with own infra, I think it was meaning to say "own hardware coming later"?

@kawaiipunk nope, I just didn't get what the post is saying in the end

> In order to achieve this beyond the application automation layer where Co-op Cloud is operating, we need to build capacity to own, manage, maintain our own server infrastructure. It is just getting off the ground but with our Autonomic hats on, we’re helping kick off Servers.coop for another co-operative alternative!

So there will another project? Or what does it mean? Last sentence is so confusing

@charlag thanks for pointing that out. We'll take a pass at it tmoz!

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