Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Hosted Alternatives To Proprietary Monopolistic Services
Document editing and sharing:
I wrote to the tech-coop list talking about what I need in a Google Docs replacement, thus kicking off a thread where a few people recommended various NextCloud arrangements. I found out that a Dutch host named The Good Cloud is offering "its services, including the privacy-friendly Nextcloud Talk, free for 3 months for all companies, organizations, government institutions), schools and organizations." Currently I use a mix of Etherpad, GitHub, Google Docs, GitLab, Dropbox Paper, HackMD, and probably three other things I'm forgetting. Again, I aim to move as many of those as possible toward free services and away from proprietary ones. At some point soon I should probably get a Nextcloud instance, either paying someone else (preferred) or doing it myself, and see how it does for this sort of thing.
(Followup to a related post in March.)
Edited the same day to add:
Oh yeah, another few things I had in my open tabs:
Sourcehut: "Git and Mercurial hosting, mailing lists, bug tracking, continuous integration, and more".
Several projects at switching.software.
Collective Tools is one of the co-ops offering Nextcloud hosting and support -- as well as Rocket.Chat and Deck (a kanban board application).