I propose to launch a campaign called #ShareATool.
Everyone can share their favorite #opensource tool(-s) that use on a daily basis as well as other interesting tools for your opinion.
No software categories. The main requirement is that the project must be open source.
And I think I'm gonna start.
Emm, really? 🤨
"The activity band itself, which has a $99 price tag, won’t cost a dime. However, in exchange, users will have to subscribe to Fitbit’s premium coaching service, which costs $10 a month, for a year, according to CNBC. On top of that, Singaporeans will have to agree to share whatever data the Fitbit collects with the country’s health board."
I'm offering a new service to buy #Bitcoin #BTC (or any other #crypto from #Binance) with cash only (#USD or #EUR) in any European city *without* KYC/AML verification, and *without* proof-of-funds verification, on your territory, in your city (in your office).
Check my thread for more info:
Also check out the the Applications 19.08 video for a quick break down of the most prominent new features:
KDE developers have fixed the bug that allowed the execution of potentially malicious code. The update is already in neon and will appear in your distro shortly.
ProtonMail uses the time-tested security of PGP encryption to keep our users safe. But what is PGP, and how does it work? https://protonmail.com/blog/what-is-pgp-encryption/
Reminder: You can download all the data Google has collected from you. It gives you an idea of just how much access Google has: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/cnhcty/people_who_downloaded_their_google_data_and_went/
If you want to prevent Google from collecting all of your online data, here are some steps you can take: https://protonvpn.com/blog/how-to-delete-your-google-data/
By the way, my #KDENeon works great!
#KDEnlive tutorial/s for newbies (like me 🙂 )
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