Sameboat Commons

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IRC Sisters Support

SB supports per channel Groups and Spaces with coordinate domains (e.g. prolog.freenode.sameboat.live), where the 'Patternmaster' system bot is permitted . Use of resource consuming apps is determined by AKPERSON class with unmetered use for first class and a resource determined quota for second. All of the major feature sets of the SAMBAR SKUs are first deployed in this context. Freenode and OFTC are the sister networks each of which is equivalent to a geo node of the local directory network.

My Dev Domain Space

When you see "my" here , that means mine, not "yourn".
En Wiki Home
The regular SSO (home icon to register) enables wiki write access and ofc you can browse read-only anonymously. When these functions were planned I canvassed the #wikipedia-* channels and at least one objected to the Patternmaster so at this time bot services are not available in wiki.fsbl.
Flat Trimurti
The three domains at the top of the README, with sundry static and SSO activated content. Access per effective privilege level. Mobile apps are serviced thru the mobile landing and products link spaces in the common C-六 sb root TLD instance from their external points of sale. Price economy and community products use a common infrastructure for which the Freenode IRC domains and the product support groups and spaces are the production level staging.
mod_perl/slashdot CMS
Write access to the ecore domain is generally useful to me only. That said, the SSO will eventually be enabled for it for sufficient privilege level. It's an old codeset which I'm not actively maintaining.

Common services for the AKPERSON, a currently tx-authenticated human user at no additional charge for a subscription fee vended in-app. Shopify is the other channel. Open books with a transparent DS Chart of Accounts (COA) and commerce infrastructure based on community (mutual credit) accounting, django-oscar, and SQL-Ledger are also uniformly available. Working class or higher users may have their own COAs.

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