Found a really cool project called #ShadowFox that gives Firefox a global dark theme and gives you the option for additional customisation (like my rounded tabs). It ALSO themes popular extensions like uBlockOrigin, uMatrix, Decentraleyes, as well as many others!
Check out the project at the link below!
Finally got my blog set up and migrated a few of my posts over to it.
Can anyone recommend a few Jekyll themes? I'm looking for something light-weight with very little JS and a professional . . . feel. I'd also like something unique. Ish. As unique as a theme can get 😂
I'm looking around and I see a lot of great ones but then I start digging into the code and I see a ton of stuff I don't like, like three JS scripts for this "oh-so-fancy" scroll animation and queries to tons of third parties for JS and fonts and CSS that could and, imo, should be hosted locally.
I'm curious what your opinions are on this.
I'm thinking about writing a few blog posts (on a currently nonexistant blog 😆) on locking down Android and Android apps so it's more secure and private. I'll also have a few people more knowledgeable than I look over them and add/remove some things.
My questions is this: would it be better to do a couple long posts or more posts that are shorter? Like a post per app or something like that.
That sounds like something we #Fosstodonians should be keeping an eye on 👀 😉
With my growing network of #selfhosted sites, I'm going to see what it takes to join and start contributing! 🙂
Maybe I'm being too stereotypical and, if so, I do apologise. It just made me immediately think of a shady marketing ploy on their part.
Sorry for all the notifications 🙈
I just wanted to make sure these were part of the original thread instead of seemingly random and detached
Something else that honestly pissed me off about /e/ is that they had hundreds of people spamming Telegram channels about it. They would join, send a message promoting /e/, link to it, and promptly be banned. I also noted that many of them spoke broken English and, while there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, it does make me slightly suspicious that maybe they hired hundreds of people to spam Telegram channels as a marketing strategy.
Needless to say, I did not vote for /e/ to be the next mobile OS on the Fairphone 3. Even Replicant is by far the better choice.
I really hope to see postmarketOS or Ubuntu Touch on it. They would be really cool 🤔
Their commits are also . . . a little weird to say the least. This one seems to be reverting a revision of a reversion:
And in this one, all they did was remove Google from the dialer! 😡
I have to wonder why #eelo is so popular among people who are trying to "de-google" their lives and use something privacy-respecting and open source. I've personally experienced their censorship on Telegram when I asked a few basic questions about user privacy and how it truly differs from LOS with microG.
I also saw that you have to have an account with /e/ before you can use some of the most basic features. It's also incredibly buggy with reports every day about things breaking.
Just finished a new new tab page. I think this is my favourite so far. Not only is it coloured to match my desktop but I also made an electron app (I know 😢 electron 🤢) so it functions as a desktop app.
Proudly kanged from Capuno:
Earlier today, you could click index.html to view the startpage but it seems like he's doing some work to it 🤔
I'm also going to going plug #OpenKeychain for a minute.
I have email addresses at my domain now. I also use #GPG keys. I revoked ones associated with my other emails in favour of the new. I also use a password manager that encrypts my passwords with my key. The now-revoked key does nothing. So I don't have access to any of my passwords. Well OpenKeychain has a wonderful backup feature that lets you export a key and import it on your computer. I was literally sick until I found that feature 😌
Just found out about a really cool website that shows you a globe-level view of all the #radio stations in the world. You can pan around and click the different green dots to hear that station. You can also just drag the globe around and the cursor jumps to the nearest one so you can stay zoomed out and explore more efficiently! It's called #RadioGarden.
GNU/Linux enthusiast, FSF member, co-founder of the LenoirLUG, and professional multi-instrumentalist
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