@KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy
Thanks for the tips everyone! I'm trying to put together a collaborative workspace for an amorphous group of people of varying degrees of tech experience. Riot.im seems really promising and I think we're going to try and migrate from Slack over to it when the community features are more stable there.

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@KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy
next problem is finding an easy alternative to Google Calendar

@vanecx @eilis @KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @daycode indeed
Nextcloud calendar, communication, sharing files.. pretty complete..

@eilis @KnowPresent @rra @vanecx @daycode @wendy I've been using + + in the past 2-3 years and it's been just great. Needs a bit of work to get all up and running but def worth the effort.

@eilis @KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy

Nextcloud has calendar as a main feature. You can self-host or have someone else host for you.

@jeff @KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy
I finally got nextcloud set up for myself and I'm really liking the layout and calendar hopefully I'll be able to get the other 10+ ppl on board before they get too used to Slack and google cal

@eilis @KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy

Did you go with a single user instance or one that has the ability to add more people as users?

@jeff @KnowPresent @rra @320x200 @vanecx @daycode @wendy
I guess I signed up single user on thegood.cloud. Just wanted to see how it works.
We definitely don't have a stable budget yet to pay for anything or set up a server. So maybe this option is out for us right now

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