I am a big fan of #opensource software, and I am talking about the benefits of open source software to my friends, but, the most of average users are afraid of open source software because without "dancing with tambourine" it sometimes does not want to work.
As beautiful as #deepinlinux is, I can't bring myself to running a distro that comes from one of the most privacy abusive countries on the planet. I'll run a device from #china, as long as I can run my own ROM on it, but an entire distro is a stretch. This country has modern day concentration camps for #Uighurs and a fetish for state run media and facial recognition. History will not look favorably on any of this. Sure, #deepin is #opensource, but open source also means #freedom.
#Monero community **don't** use this site: xmrqrcode(.)com
This scam offers to insert your wallet address to generate you a QR code for it, so you can use it to accept payments.
But whatever address you insert, the QR code will be generated for the scammers wallet.
As you can see from the screenshot, the army of bots is trying to PR this scam.
Be careful and use only #opensource software.
Oh, isn't the #government just amazing? (from Reddit)
Did you know?
OMEMO is multi-client end-to-end encryption for XMPP/Jabber.
It uses the Double Ratchet Algorithm, like in FB Messenger, Riot, Signal, Skype, Viber, WhatsApp, Wire...
It offers future and forward secrecy and deniability with message synchronization and offline delivery.
Tracking the progress of OMEMO integration in XMPP clients:
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