Kéfir is a libre/free tech feminist co-op for activists, human right defenders, journalists, civil society organizations, collectives, artists... We want to help build safe and free (as in freedom) spaces in internet. We need to create together digital neighborhoods where we can trust eachother, express and operate/trigger without fear (ง︡’-‘︠)ง
Fermentations in constant transformation and day-to-day nurturing based on shared knowledge and narratives. That's how we conceived this project: a community and cosy ecosystem in which we transmit, create and walk together.
Our cooperative is made up of activists immersed in social movements related with libre software and culture, feminisms and critical social economy. Our background helps us understand the needs of the groups we focus on.
online files // project management // collaborative docs // discussion groups // decision making
email // calls // streaming
web sites // graphic design & web development // statistics
backups // attack mitigation // encryption & certificates
We can lend a hand. It's not magic. It's a long-term path. We facilitate collective learning and [re]appropriation related to digital tech. We also do consultancy.
Instead of providing service packages for clients, we invite you to enjoy all of our digital ecosystem: mailing lists and accounts, web hosting, libre web statistics, online files, group calendars and tasks, voice calls, discussion groups and decision making, live streaming, project management... You're welcome to tend our garden with money-based contributions.
In our blog we share stuff that we are brewing and other contaminations.
Check out our documentation to help you inhabit and re-appropriate our libre tech ecosystem.
We've developed most of the content ourselves throughout our work with Kéfir inhabitants/members. We systematize requests, questions and ideas so that we can learn and mutate together.
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We partner up with Latinaerican co-ops, for example, Luxa Xula, a printing and textile feminist collective in the South of Mexico.
All benefits go to a common fund so we can tend our project and support groups that lack monetary resources.
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where we gossip things