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[Fsfe-uk] Kernel hacker cooperatives?

From: MJ Ray
Subject: [Fsfe-uk] Kernel hacker cooperatives?
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:01:25 +0000
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My main work (Turo Technology LLP) is defined primarily as a
"computer-related services" worker cooperative.  Most of our work is
on internet and web-related projects, so we probably can't offer much
benefit for people who work on hardware and kernel development.

So, I'd like to find out who's out there, working cooperatively on
hardware and kernel development, so I can refer enquirers on to other
opportunities as well as the linuxjobs list.  I saw some press from
2001 about freedevelopers.net, such as
but I can't find them now.  Does anyone know what happened?

I know a little about Bristol IT Co-Op http://www.bitcoop.co.uk/
and Bristol Wireless Community Cooperative http://www.bristolwireless.net/
already, and there are some at
(Our own listing has an update pending at time of writing.)

In general, I've been disappointed that I know of almost as many
Microsoft-certified and similar cooperatives as free software ones.
Does anyone know other current free software cooperatives,
particularly in the UK?

Thanks for any links/news/info,
MJ Ray http://mjr.towers.org.uk/email.html tel:+44-844-4437-237 -
Webmaster-developer, statistician, sysadmin, online shop builder,
consumer and workers co-operative member http://www.ttllp.co.uk/ -
Writing on koha, debian, sat TV, Kewstoke http://mjr.towers.org.uk/

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