→ node [[there-is-a-layer-of-governance-infrastructure-missing-from-the-web]]
There is a layer of governance infrastructure missing from the web
Flancian asks a good question on the social.coop tech channel - why does social.coop not use Mastodon to coordinate governance?
- In my opinion because Mastodon is not very good for governance. It only has polls and even that is fairly new.
- In fact I don't find Mastodon very good for even just conversation.
- That said, having two/more platforms to coordinate things is definitely a huge piece of friction to involving a community in governance.
- h's mockups from way back when, are interesting: https://social.coop/@h/1868600 https://social.coop/@h/1870490
⟴ stoa (shared document) at doc.anagora.org/there-is-a-layer-of-governance-infrastructure-missing-from-the-web
⥅ context node [[flancian]]
⥅ context node [[governance]]
⥅ context node [[governing-the-information-commons]]
⥅ context node [[mastodon]]
⥅ context node [[nathan-schneider-on-cooperatives-and-digital-governance]]
⥅ context node [[social.coop]] (empty)
🔎 full search for 'there is a layer of governance infrastructure missing from the web'