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The commentators of the British press are a funny bunch. 1% understand systematic logic, and use it in good faith. 9% understand systematic logic, but pretend not to so they can weaponise a false ignorance. The rest live in associational land, and it's actually criminal that their output doesn't have some sort of warning sign that it will make you stupider.
#introduction Probably the most interesting thing for the refactor community though, is the development methodology we're aiming to use: The Convocation.
I've written up an outline, which explains the method and gives some background on development methodologies as a whole: https://bananananaba.com/Creating-Worlds.html
#introduction philosophy graduate, freelance software developer living in Newcastle, UK. I run the local tech4good meetup, but my main pro-social tech project is Wobbly, a syndicalist app. Our github: https://github.com/Wobbly-App/techno-syndicalism I'm always up for talking about it so if it interests you even slightly send me a message
@vgr I'm your 420th follower, this is an auspicious moment
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