The TSI website is a cornerstone of our strategy to grow the seasteading movement over the next several years. It is one of our primary ways of communicating our message to people unfamiliar with seasteading, and it serves as a community hub for enthusiasts active in the seasteading movement. There’s a lot of software development and maintenance involved in making it the most effective community-building tool possible.
We’re looking for a volunteer to manage our website development team.
I just wanted to share a recent email from James, our Director of Operations and Volunteer Coordinator, to current volunteers:
Hello TSI volunteers,
I’d like to give you a quick heads up about the progress of our volunteer program. This past week has been phenomenal — between our recent press coverage in Wired and CNET, and our networking at the BIL conference, we’ve doubled the size of our active volunteer team from about 10-20 people.
James Hogan, our new volunteer coordinator, reports: