Journal/blog of social coop
In todays meeting we discussed having a journal/blog to document our experience. Because writing content to the blog takes effort, so we could use toots in the Mastodon instant as content. Here's 3 examples of how we could use toots as material to be posted for blog posts:
The top 5/10/20 most tooted/favourited toots of the day/week/month
- Can we easily check on what toots have had most retoots/favourites/replies?
- How to pick the toot? If someone posts on monday and other one on sunday, and the one on monday has 1 retoot more, who to pick? There should be some objective measurement in my opinion.
Interviews in social coop Mastodon instant
- Interviewing a founding member of a newly established platform cooperative, a candidate for an ongoing coop/credit union/building society election, researcher on coops, etc.
- This would also give us a way to invite people to social coop: approach a person who has just set up a new platform coop and ask that person to join social coop for an interview in our Mastodon instant that will be published in our blog.
Discussions and debates in Mastodon
- Could we organize a discussion or a debate between libertarian and socialist coop enthusiast? Or between anarchist and social democrat? People who both support cooperatives but from a different, sometimes even opposing, political leanings. This might also drive home point the point that we are welcoming to people from different political leanings.
What do you think? I could imagine that people who visit social coop once every two weeks might like to catch up on highlights of the discussion that there has been.
Should we have a blog or a journal of some sort? If so, how do we choose the content?
|Agree - 9|
|Abstain - 2|
|Disagree - 0|
|Block - 0|