Here are some of the places where the #platformcoop community meets, talks, and builds.

Email
Hosted by the tech collective Riseup, our email list is a medium-traffic gathering point for an international group of several hundred platform cooperativists. It’s a great place to share your project, ask for help, and discuss the ideas around platform cooperativism.

Learn more, read the archives, and join the list at Riseup.net.

Slack
If you’re building a platform co-op project and want to chat with others doing the same, barn-raise with others in the Slack channel to collaborate on working out the technical, legal, and cultural ins and outs of building cooperative platforms. Invite yourself to the channel here:

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Social.coop
Join a social-media network you can own and govern! Social.coop is an instance of Mastodon, a Twitter-like federated microblogging platform. When you become a member, you can be sure that your social media provider is accountable to you.

Learn more and consider joining at social.coop.

Everywhere else
We’re talking about #platformcoop lots of other places, too. Use the hashtag wherever you do your hashtags. Follow @platformcoop and @internetowners and @BuyThisPlatform on Twitter, and join this and that Facebook group. There’s even a subreddit. Everywhere you go, spread the word about the growing promise of an internet of ownership!