[Baypiggies] considering starting a Open Source collective
glen at glenjarvis.com
Thu Jan 29 01:57:59 CET 2009
I *really* like the idea and have thought of it this often. I know
people in different areas that would do something similar if there
were others close to them. However, it needs to be fairly close to be
effective for me. If you were in San Francisco, I'd seriously consider
This is a great discussion point. Maybe we'll get several small
collectives (like one in SF; one in Concord; one closer to where you
live, etc.) San Francisco does have Sandbox Suites (http://www.sandboxsuites.com/
) which seems to be the same and seems *very* cost effective to me
depending upon which package you need.
Good luck with the collective... Times are tough for *all* of us
right now, so we understand. (Frankly, I'm hoping my current customer
pays his invoice early or I won't have rent money -- it's gotten that
bad for me). But, we'll get through it eventually.
All the best,
glen at glenjarvis.com
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." -M. Gandhi
On Jan 28, 2009, at 4:08 PM, Donna Snow wrote:
> I'd like to talk to a few people who might be interested in
> participating in a collective. The collective would focus on python
> and Open Source projects. http://www.webcollective.coop/ is an
> example of one in Seattle that is doing really well right now.
> I have room for another desk in my office on Hamilton, space on our
> servers at Hurricane Electric and we have servers galore in our
> office. With the state of the economy right now, trying to make it
> as a sole-proprietor is going to be extremely tough. I'd like to
> have a conversation with a few people interested in venturing out on
> their own. We can share rent cost and colocation cost.
> I am not sure HOW to set one up exactly but we can discuss this at
> the initial meeting and determine whether it makes sense to pursue
> the collective.
> Interested? email me offlist and we'll meet at my office at the
> beginning of next week.
> Thank You!!
> Best Regards,
> Donna M Snow, Principal
> C Squared Enterprises
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