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  1. Mar 2021
    1. A news co-op is a news organization owned by its readers, whose membership fees pay for open access journalism – no paywall – usually organized as nonprofits (an IRS rule-change lets for-profit newspaper convert to nonprofits).

      I'm sort of wishing that we could also have social media co-ops. I suspect that there are a few on Mastodon that operate like this, but it would be interesting to see some focused around in-person communities as well.

      Why couldn't my local library run a town/city-based social media co-op?

      For this matter, why couldn't my local news co-op also run it's own social media platform?

  2. May 2020
    1. AWS OpsWorks Stacks uses Chef cookbooks to handle tasks such as installing and configuring packages and deploying apps.
  3. Apr 2020
    1. Chef and Puppet Puppet is a powerful enterprise-grade configuration management tool. Both Chef and Puppet help development and operations teams manage applications and infrastructure. However they have important differences you should understand when evaluating which one is right for you.

      aws chef puppet




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