Commit 178f899d authored by Johannes Winter's avatar Johannes Winter

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title: "Presentation about dedicated SFS tools"
date: 2018-08-01
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See the presentation on <https://sfslides.solidbase.info>
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In europe several flavors of CSA emerged from the various regions. In France various solutions are competing for the users attention. The most notable are:
- [AMAPJ](http://amapj.fr/) is a development from an AMAP of the Drôme written in Java. Well done documentation is available on the website.
- [Cagette.net](https://www.cagette.net/) had been developed by the agency for training producers in digital skills and communication for food short circuit projects [Alilo](https://www.alilo.fr/). Very clean GUI, good mapping functionality. Written in [HAXE](https://haxe.org/)
- [Cagette.net](https://www.cagette.net/) had been developed by the agency for training producers in digital skills and communication for food short circuit projects [Alilo](https://www.alilo.fr/). It is written in the language from gaming industry [HAXE](https://haxe.org/) which produces a very clean GUI. As only one instance is used for all groups it can offer a good mapping functionality out of the box. On the website you can find a tour through the application.
- [AMAPress](http://amapress.fr/) is a WordPress plugin for enabling the easy organisation of AMAPs
From the AMAP sister CSA-concept GASAP in Belgium originates the interesting foodcoop software derivative [RePanier](https://repanier.be). This uses the Django framework and has thus support for i18n.
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## Communication
Almost all digital communications available needs some kind of intermediary in the internet to establish connections. This is done using *servers* that are run by organizations called *hosters*. That's why here the tool is even more closely related to the social environment that keps it running than in standalone software. As our organisations are based on communication, and all tools we use for communication influence the way we communicate it, the question on how we like to communicate digitally should be thoroughly deliberated.
The internet offers great possibilities for decentralized, federated communication. Some well known companies like to recentralize the net to gather all information about the citizen they can get for gaining profit and power. If we want to keep our data sovereignty we need to cooperate with hosters that stick to the key concepts of networking, that are decentralization, federation and transparency. Transparency is expressed by the strict use of FLOSS and the possibility to have a view inside the servers, to collaborate with the hosters. This is expressed with the *libre* within [librehoster](#lists-of-libre-hosters) and is comparable to the effects "volunteer" co-work on a CSA farm evolves.
The internet offers great possibilities for decentralized, federated communication. Some well known companies like to recentralize the net to gather all information about the citizen they can get for gaining profit and power. If we want to keep our data sovereignty we need to cooperate with hosters that stick to the key concepts of networking, that are decentralization, federation and transparency. Transparency is expressed by the strict use of FLOSS and the possibility to have a view inside the servers, to collaborate with the hosters. This is expressed by the *libre* within [librehoster](#lists-of-libre-hosters) and is well comparable to "volunteer" co-work on a CSA.
### Email
Email is the oldest internet protocol. You can keep your communications with it quite well in self-controlled space if you cooperate with a [librehoster](#lists-of-libre-hosters) for your inbox.
Email is the one of the oldest internet protocols. You can keep your communications with it quite well in self-controlled space if you cooperate with a [librehoster](#lists-of-libre-hosters) for your inbox.
According to the survey, the only offline client in use seems to be the libre software tool [Thunderbird](https://www.thunderbird.net) from [The Mozilla Foundation](https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/foundation/). The only named online mail client is [Roundcube](https://roundcube.net). It is recommended to use Thunderbird as client as it is much faster and has some additional features onlineclients can't offer, i.e. archiving functionality.
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