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Re: [] Are these services free or proprietary?

From: Steve Phillips
Subject: Re: [] Are these services free or proprietary?
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 21:38:21 -0700

Hi Danyl,

Thanks for bringing Loomio to my attention, which looks and sounds amazing.

Two swapping possibilities I see: looks like Airbrake could be replaced with Sentry (which I use in production and really like; also available as a service), and that Google Analytics could be replaced with Piwik.


P.S.  Just wanted to say that disintermedia is one of the coolest and cleverest terms I've heard in a while.  Nice!

On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 9:16 PM, Danyl Strype <address@hidden> wrote:
Kia ora koutou

I'm supporting a cooperative developing online decision-making
software under the AGPL. They recently released a new privacy policy
for their hosted service, including this list of external

Now obviously Amazon and Bing are proprietary and undesirable in every
way. What about the other companies on the list? If Loomio aspires to
be a free network service, and I think they do, what packages or
services could they swap in?

Thanks in advance for any advice people have time to share.

He mihi nui

Danyl Strype
Community Developer

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