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Submitted by ross on Tue, 10/18/2011 - 02:22
In a consensus ruling Monday night, the Occupy Boston General Assembly approved the tech team's proposal for all working groups to leave Google groups for free and open source mailing list tools and email accounts hosted by May First/People Link.
Submitted by marxistvegan on Mon, 10/17/2011 - 15:52
"This is not heaven, and we are not angels"
Link to the cyberunions blog post http://wp.me/p1yNTT-cu
0:54 Stephen's updates
Submitted by walden on Sun, 10/16/2011 - 16:00
We're setting up an internet radio station at Liberty Plaza.
The main goal is to allow people to hear people who are speaking at a General Assembly or other event when they are beyond the range of the People's Mic.
We are also looking into other uses for the stream such as providing news updates, a call-in show, interviews or other OWS related content to the park and other occupiers around the world.
(What else does this write up need?)
Submitted by tonybaldwin on Sun, 10/16/2011 - 22:48
the free web
A FREE, uncensored, neutral internet is ESSENTIAL to Free Expression and Freedom of Information.
Submitted by marxistvegan on Sat, 10/15/2011 - 20:34
This is shared from cyberunions.org
Organise, Network, Occupy!
0:30 Walton and Stephen’s updates
Submitted by ross on Fri, 10/14/2011 - 02:20
Occupy Boston IT decided tonight to actively encourage Occupy Boston working groups to move away from google groups. In recognition that, while useful, google represents many things at odds with the goals of the movement, the group found numerous reasons to leave google's infrastructure. Rather than relying on servers controlled by corporate interests that would willingly give information over to government requests, OBIT sees using a trusted, politically aware, encrypted source as an important step as the movement grows and encounters greater government resistance.