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meet.coop provisions a stack of digitally mediated spaces. They are spaces-for-practice, by organisers in the coop-commons economy and in global civil society, under particular social relations of production. The spaces, and the stack as a whole, are stewarded as commons of collaborative means, through the familiar organisational form of a cooperative.
“A stack might enumerate all that enables one to use a social media service, for instance: the server farms, the corporation that owns them, its investors, the software the servers run on, the secret algorithms that analyze one’s data, the mobile device, its accelerometer sending biometric data to the server farm, the network provider, the agreements that allow a government to access the intermediary signals, and so on.” [Schneider