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Sep 6, 2018, 3:14:22 PM (15 months ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    3737We have been actively working toward the technology congress envisioned in this year's priorities - however, most of that work has been in planning mode. As of this writing, we have 5 regional technology congresses planned (New York, Boston, San Francisco, Atlanta, and Albuquerque) with a final congress planned for Mexico City in February 2019. We have secured funding from the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and the Center for Media Justice, which is co-organizing with us. In addition, we are working closely with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in Mexico City to organize the final congress.
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    39 Despite several attempts, we have not been successful in organizing a team of techies to work on decentralized technology. Although, there are two other techie organizing initiatives that were are closely involved with:
     39Despite several attempts, we have not been successful in organizing a team of techies to work on decentralized technology. It failed to gain traction with the techies we sought to organize and did not receive the support and consistency necessary to make it happen.
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     41However, there are two other techie organizing initiatives that were are actively involved with:
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    4143 * The meeting of technologists in Highlander produced a successful [https://outreach.mayfirst.org/techstatement sign on letter] and a full day meeting prior to the Allied Media Conference. This group is continuing to organize and work together.
    42  * We continue to work with an informal coalition of alternative Internet service providers to collaborate on improving our infrastructure, sharing resources, and developing mutually beneficial strategies for maintaining technology safely and securely for the movement.
     44 * We continue to work with an informal coalition of alternative Internet service providers in the US and Latin America to collaborate on improving our infrastructure, sharing resources, and developing mutually beneficial strategies for maintaining technology safely and securely for the movement.
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