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|#||Starred||Locked||Notes||Created Sort ascending||User||Language||IP address||I am||My email address is||About me||I am a member of a Cooperative||I represent a Coop named||Coop website URL||Coop description - overview||Coop contact info||Number of coop members||Coop services||Digital portfolio links||My repositories||My Drupal user page||Technical skills||Language skills||Professional skills||Tech stack||Content management systems||Learning management systems||Static site generators||Operating systems||Frameworks||Databases||Media and communications||Speaking engagements||Social media management||Specialties||What are you learning now?||I am a Digital Nomad||Search keywords||Operations|
|23||Star/flag Add Your Skills: Submission #23||Lock Add Your Skills: Submission #23||Add notes to Add Your Skills: Submission #23||Tue, 04/20/2021 - 22:21||Anonymous||Englishemail@example.com||I'm relatively versatile, doing front-end, back-end and operations.
On the backend I use Rust, I've got a fair bit of Elixir experience too (I currently have an app running in production at forunion.com. Unfortunately, you can't see much if you're not a broker that signed up for the service)
On the frontend I use Svelte (JS) or Alpine.js, and Tailwind (CSS).
On the ops side, I'm a big fan of NixOS.
I do some work, regarding packaging of open source tools for NixOS. Usually I know many different open source tools and how to deploy them. For organizing a project, I can suggest and manage existing open source tools to get the job done.
|19||Star/flag Add Your Skills: Submission #19||Lock Add Your Skills: Submission #19||Add notes to Add Your Skills: Submission #19||Wed, 12/23/2020 - 16:40||Anonymous||English||220.127.116.11||David Brinovecfirstname.lastname@example.org||My name's Dave and I've been interested in co-ops for at least a decade. I've been looking to find others who share this interest, but so far nothing has really come of it. In the meantime I work as a lead cloud systems engineer for OpenText, where I support the cloud infrastructure of a few of their applications that run on AWS and one in GCP. Lately my focus there has been on devops technologies like Terraform, Kubernetes and Docker. Linux has been my operating system of choice for a very long time now. I had a brief yet intense run with the Democratic Socialists of America, where I helped to found the current Cleveland chapter. This was essentially a crash course in democratic participation within a group. Beyond all that, in my free time I tinker with everything from Raspberry Pi and Arduino based SBCs to running Linux machines that make up and support my ever growing home network.||No||DevOps, Server management, Troubleshooting, Infrastructure, Technical support, Storage||Python, BASH, C, Shell scripting, Containers & microservices, DNS management, Ansible, Mainframes||Community organizing, Office administration, Outreach||Linux||MySQL||No||Bash, C, Consultation, Contractor, DevOps, DNS management, Free software, GNU, GNU/Linux, Infrastructure, Kubernetes, Mainframes, Maintenance, micro services, MySQL, Networks, Python, Servers, Shell scripting, SQL, Technical support, Troubleshooting|
|18||Star/flag Add Your Skills: Submission #18||Lock Add Your Skills: Submission #18||Add notes to Add Your Skills: Submission #18||Tue, 12/22/2020 - 19:02||Anonymous||Englishemail@example.com||Geek. Makes pretend they know something about DevOps.||Yes||Agaric, LLC||https://agaric.coop||Web development||Ask
|5||Web hosting, Ongoing site maintenance, Business analysis, Strategic planning, Project management, Web development||Linux, OpenWRT, Android||React||MySQL, MariaDB, Postgres|
|8||Star/flag Add Your Skills: Submission #8||Lock Add Your Skills: Submission #8||Add notes to Add Your Skills: Submission #8||Wed, 11/25/2020 - 02:30||Anonymous||English||18.104.22.168||Mickyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Yes||Agaric||https://agaric.coop||From digital collaboration spaces for health and science communities to publishing platforms to opportunity finders for city residents, we love to do the hard work that supports people doing the harder work of making the world better. Some of our best work is done when we just ensure that the world can see an the great work done by Organizations around the globe.
From our founding in 2006, our approach has been to deeply engage with the needs of our clients and collaborate with free/libre open source software communities to craft solid, sustainable solutions for all.
We always love to provide training and to build our clients' capacity to take more control over their web presence. By building on software that belongs to everyone and has large communities, we ensure organizations we work with have options and room to grow. By eagerly and expertly teaching whatever people are willing to learn, from basic organizational security to migrating data to software development to content strategy, we stay true to our purpose of giving people and organizations more power to do good.