> Now @kidhab has come up with Sense.Lab <https://senselab.org/
> has a broader focus than open source software. They have published a
> book <https://food-coop-einstieg.de/
> about starting a food
> cooperative before as a project.
they have a lot of tech and open source expertise as well:
* systemausfall.org <https://systemausfall.org/
> is a tech-collective
run by Sense.Lab
* Stadtgestalten <https://stadtgestalten.org/
> is developed and run by
> So the question is: what do we prefer, a 'host' organization that
> supports open source projects, or one that supports sustainable
> projects? Would Sense.Lab be a good option?
I think Sense.Lab would be good and easy to start with. If they are
willing to do that. Two of us are members of Sense.Lab, so we have a
If at some later point one of the other organizations seems more
suitable, it should hopefully be easy to switch over.
> p.s. I would like it that at least German and Dutch food cooperatives
> can easily donate in a way that works well with the host organization.
Donations from Germany should be easy to handle if people write
something like "Foodcoops" as the reason for payment.
Same from the Netherlands, as IBAN/BIC payment should be free of
charge. I am not sure how EU donation receipts work, but we will
probably find out.