Finally ran a 5K BEFORE WORK 🥳🎉 and my fastest too! #running
This is interesting: #Brave browser has an Ad Rewards system:
“If you choose to see privacy-respecting ads, you earn 70% of the ad revenue. Your earnings accrue in a browser wallet which you can then use to tip and support your favorite creators, spread among all your sites and channels, redeem for products, or exchange for cash. Over 316,000 websites have already signed up.”
Now that we have American presidential candidates normalizing the idea of owning your data like personal property, I wonder how the #Solid project (solid.inrupt.com) is doing?
This is officially the best graphic that explains how #OpenPGP works.
Close enough 👌😅 #womeninIT
Oh awesome, RedHat has open sourced quay!
This is awesome, because it comes along with a decent web UI and nice features like integrated container scanning and alike.
If you selfhost a container registry, it's definitely worth a look.
This article about the recent arrival on Mastodon of many Twitter users from #India is by far more complete than many others I've seen these days: https://qz.com/india/1746734/angry-twitter-india-users-are-migrating-to-mastodon-in-thousands/
But unsurprisingly it ends with a common doubt about Mastodon being a platform filled with echo chambers.
Well, being an italian that in the last days interacted with so many people from India and having learned from many new things about indian society from them it sounds fun 😄
On Mastodon you can find and interact with a huge amount of different communities: LGBT communities based in UK, vegans from the States, german metalheads, Solarpunks, some algerian guys, italian anarchists, french hackers, anime-fans from all around, indian muslims, south american activists...
It's a kind of variety that is rarely encountered on commercial social media.
Around 136 people said that they are interested in the #digitalsecurity office hour. I am doing the first one tomorrow at 8PM IST.
Feel free to ask me questions (mentioning my handle) and #securityofficehour hashtag. I will answer over video + toots tomorrow.
Before anyone asks; we can't use the Outlook mobile app because there are a few issues between our mailserver and Outlook, such as images and attachments not being visible.
It seems that staying #selfhosted is increasingly becoming impossible.
#Foss update. Sigh.
It's Sunday morning 07:00. I get a notification from my Androids email app (Gmail, I know, only app that works well with an Exchange protocol that isn't Outlook) saying our email server isn't secure enough for their mobile app. Removed the account, added it again, same issue.
“Contact your IT admin for help.”
I am the IT admin...
Sysadmin for a fully FOSS non-profit. I post daily updates on our opensource adventures. She / her. Also: https://pixelfed.social/Gina
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