Please introduce yourself.
I'm Bob Haugen, one of the programmers on Mikorizal Software. We love Loomio, so want to hold some discussions and maybe make some decisions here.
Wow, we have three whole people in this group! Maybe we should discuss something. Or at least, more introductions?
I'm Lynn Foster, I work with @bobhaugen on Mikorizal Software. Hi!
Hi I'm Stacco, a member of the P2P Foundation, and co-founder of Guerrilla Translation. I really respect and admire Bob and Lynn's work and their humanity and warmth. Glad to be here!
@staccotroncoso ! Yay! Thanks for joining in.
I have said this before, but Stacco is one of those people who makes everybody around him better.
I just got another request to join this group. First one in 8 months. And this group is not doing much.
In fact, most of the people I approved have not even introduced themselves and said what they were interested in discussing.
You could do that, if you haven't done so already. And then maybe I would start a fascinating discussion or two.
Referred here by Michel Bauwens because an interest in open source logistics. I am a retired geek at large, generalist, independent scholar. Not a coder but can speak the language and translate between engineers and users.
@timothyhitchcock - thanks for popping in here.I also remember our previous interesting discussion of Wikispeed over in https://www.loomio.org/d/OWgeBpVv/nrp-overview
Hi, I am Jon from Old Europe, flag-waving fan of Lynn and Bob.
We try to understand together for the common good how networked economics can be modeled into data streams. Something like this.
Hey @jonrichter - thank you very much! And we are rabid fans of you and TransforMap!
But what time is it there in Old Europe? Don't you ever sleep?