The GTAGlobal Tapestry of Alternatives project carries out many of its initiatives through digital media. For this, we always seek to prioritize the use of open source tools and autonomous and distributed technological infrastructures.

Our operations are largely possible with the following hacktivist organizations and open projects, all aligned with the GTA's ethical-political vision:

  • Riseup: a volunteer-run collective providing secure email, email lists, a VPN service, online chat, and other online services. This organization was launched in 1000 by activists in Seattle protest. We use it for most of our mailing list and official mail account.
  • Internet Archive: is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 479 billion archived web pages. We store and share our videos and other materials in their collection.
  • Fairkom: an open source technologies provider based in Austria with focus on commons, susteinability and privacy protection.
  • Dokuwiki: the wiki engine used to run this website. Open Source and minimalistic approach.
  • Etherpad: an open-source, web-based collaborative real-time editor, allowing authors to simultaneously edit a text document.
  • Forums and More: providing VPN server infrastructure extra capacity and technical support from Greece.