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> Hi all!
> Hey @almereyda thanx a lot for taking a lead on the next > squatconf, really hugely appreciated! (I was contemplating doin > something squatconfy, but got a bit lazy). I'm in.
> Just put some notes in the old pad > here: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/#/1/edit/xycHT+u8OGdeJRIIKex2Fg/pbEcO53RTIviklwNRLpcujfP/ > can use this for now, unless you have other preferred means of comms. > Made a suggestion in there to have a week long Squatconf. Cuz DTN > is a pretty divey event in itself and I'd like to attend. Yet I'd > love to take part in the Squatconf as well. I'm up for clearing up > the whole week for the Squatconf. > I couldn't find squatconf on freenode btw, does it still exist?
> @Dmytri Kleiner <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> do you still have access to > that lovely space you hosted a little event with federated wiki > Ward, or should we look for more locations? I have a potential > location in xberg available 24/7 with chairs, projector, fridge > and stuff.
> Adding my contacts cuz I keep missing my emails: > Telegram: @j328044 > Signal: +49 1520 6068091
> Another suggestion: whoever is in Berlin we can try to get > together IRL sometime next week & chat about Squatconf, check out > the potential venue etc.
> On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 at 14:37, Dmytri Kleiner <dk@??? > <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Hey all, yeah, we want to do something focused on venture > communism and > counterantidisintermediationism, conversations that substack, > dominic, > feross and others have been casually involved with in the past.
> We would host in our space[^1], and it would be a facilitated > discussion, with no audience, only participants, using our > "international" style of facilitation.
> Probably about a dozen to so people, 4 to 6 hours. Whatever > day is best > for the participants is good for us. > We like to be open, but would focus on making progress and > forging > alliances in this session, so would prefer to work with people > who are > already favorable to the work of Telekommunisten, venture > communism, > etc, self-identify as left/socialists, are are at least > potentially > interested in working in solidarity with Marxist mass > movements in the > global south.
> If there are people who are interested, but unsure about their > feelings > about our political orientation, we could do a Commie Curious > session[^2] for a more a more general audience.
> If there was also a SquatConf in parallel to DTN, > Telekommunisten would > be happy to contribute to that with presentations and/or > facilitated > discssions as well.
> Not sure if I'll attend DTN, but really excited about having > you all in > town, lets make the most of it!
> -- >  We've moved since last time, so not the same as the old > space, a bit > smaller. >  We have hosted Commie Curious sessions the last two years > at CCC.
> On 2019-02-18 00:49, Dominic Tarr wrote: > > I am sure it's cool to have a squatconf alongside DTN! > > > > Btw, the telecommunistas are wanting to organize something > too. I'm > > not sure what scale they are talking though, I'm not sure if > it's > > whole day or just a evening, anyway recommend pinging dmytri > > https://twitter.com/dmytri
> > > > On 2/17/19, Jérôme Loï <gorhgorh@??? > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: > >> Hey hey, it was nice to have you here ;)
> >> > >> About Squatconf / DTN, sounds like a fun thing to do, and > lots of the > >> usual > >> suspects will be at DTN anyway.
> >> > >> On my side I'm not sure to attend as the dates are > colliding with > >> something > >> already planned, and I don't have > >> the resources/will to pay / beg for a 200 ish euro conf > ticket. but > >> come for > >> something before / after is probably doable.
> >> > >> About the WS, i lost the domain (you need a valid credit > card for > >> theses > >> things ... it seems ...) > >> but I do have the git repo somewhere, and it was hosted in > Joepie's > >> git > >> server (and probably still is), > >> I'll look for that and give you access.
> >> > >> As for "squatting" DTN, this is another debate as i don't > think we > >> should > >> try to make shadow to an event > >> that is already helping us (they probably will help Dominic > and James > >> coming > >> to Berlin, etc, etcà) as well as > >> gathering pll that would be interested by theses discutions.
> >> > >> I would favour something before / after the event, rather that > >> something > >> close and happening at the same time.
> >> > >> Let see where this leads...
> >> > >> See you all soon i hope
> >> > >> Jérôme
> >> > >>> On 15 Feb 2019, at 18:35, almereyda <almereyda@??? > <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> >>> > >>> Hi SquatConf!
> >>> > >>> It's been a pleasure running into folks around FOSDEM and > afterwards! > >>> Thanks to Caleb for an inspiring conversational flow, to > Aaron for > >>> continuing the discussions we commenced elsewhere, and to > Jérome for > >>> hosting me the last night. It feels good to reconnect to > the network > >>> at > >>> times.
> >>> > >>> Is there anyone who would like to participate in a > SquatConf in > >>> parallel > >>> to Data Terra Nemo 2 https://dtn.is?
> >>> > >>> This happens on the weekend of May 17 - 18 in Berlin.
> >>> > >>> Hence SquatConf belongs to no one, I'm seeing a chance it > can fulfill > >>> its role as a fringe event to preparations of others. Last > week we > >>> ran > >>> into a discussion about the prices of dtn.is > <http://dtn.is> through
> >>> > >>> which made me think if it wouldn't be appropriate to take > over the > >>> dates > >>> and present further realities and contexts to > distribution. For this > >>> I > >>> am starting conversation with the venue, if they can offer > free space > >>> in > >>> a cafe next to the river, and with a wagon place nearby.
> >>> > >>> The latter could make use of a nice Freifunk WiFi > installation ...
> >>> > >>> Does anybody know what happened to http://squatconf.eu/ ? > Seems its > >>> maintenance got individualised and the collective couldn't > keep it > >>> up?
> >>> > >>> The last version resides in > >>> http://web.archive.org/web/20160317122026/http://squatconf.eu/
> >>> > >>> Since https://github.com/squatconf doesn't have the sources > >>> available, > >>> I'm also interested in knowing who might retain a copy of > the git > >>> tree?
> >>> > >>> Thanks in advance for any opinions,
> >>> > >>> yala / Jon
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