Wow. I had been hearing about the steep dropoff in support from some potential Agaric clients, and had reached out to Charles a month ago— didn’t hear back, unsurprisingly, as i’m a lower priority than Gaia’s clients! I wonder if Charles is going to be involved with BeCooperative? It’s strange for a startup that doesn’t even have any web presence at all to be the default choice otherwise.
I’m glad Gaia mentioned May First as an option, especially as it is finally becoming a cooperative in its legal structure: with organization, individual, and worker members. As well as Electric Embers, of course, a worker-coop like Gaia Host was.