After several months, @mobilizon is out!
It seems to be a very good fit in these times of protests when people need to self-organize to fight for their rights, away from large companies which can and have already censored them!
Have a look at the guided tour @Framasoft offers in their blog, it’s full of great ideas.
Congrats to them, I’m happy to support you financially, and it was well worth the wait 🎉
Good news for "Public Money? #PublicCode !":
@Gina quick question if you don't mind?
Do you use a vnc server & client for remote desktop access for Mint machines? If so, which one? I've been trying tightvnc but not having much joy yet...
enjoying autumn sun and posing for her admirers #caturday
Nothing to do with #foss but Ireland just lost to Slovakia on penalties and I'm gutted
In August, @peertube entered a new stage in the development of #PeerTube v3. The objective is to raise €60k so they can implement, (1) global search, (2) moderation, (3) plugins & playlists, and (4) live streaming, here's the roadmap: https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap/.
They already raised €37k which covers steps (1) and (2) and we're almost there for step (3) which is €40k.
Let's help build a decentralized alternative to #YouTube. Please boost and, if possible, donate.
Google banned LBRY Android from the Playstore without warning and for contrived reasons.
This video details their exact communications, reasoning, and hypocrisy.
We believe we are being targeted due to big creators fleeing YouTube for LBRY.
Please share 🙏
🌟 @fdroidorg - Free open source alternative to Google Play store
🌟 @chriswere - PeerTube channel about Linux, FOSS, computing, gaming and other stuff
🌟 @gnulinux - German-language news site and podcast about Linux and free software
🌟 @sylvia_ritter - Wonderful artist with a distinctive style
🌟 @gamingonlinux - News site about gaming on Linux PCs
Hi folks! 9 years ago (to the day), the late Aaron Swartz made the first commit to SecureDrop, which was then called DeadDrop. Today the project is used by >70 media orgs around the world.
It's an open source whistleblower submission platform that uses the Tor network to protect source anonymity. We're also working on a next-generation integrated workstation for journalists based on Qubes OS:
We're happy to be here! #introductions
Move your images to a #FOSS *community run* project instead! How? Simple:
1. Download your images: https://github.com/gitouche-sur-osm/mapillary_takeout
2. Upload to #OpenStreetCam:
3. Enjoy giving a giant, fat middle finger to #Zuckerberg. 🌻 🌈 🌻
4. Boost and have a nice day!
The Open University's "Introduction to Cybersecurity" is a free, massively open online course that covers a wide range of infosec subjects in a way that's both accessible and rigorous.
I'm a Visiting Professor in OU's computer science department, and I was honoured to serve as the introducer and host for the course.
And now back to ...
Experiencing a lag on gnome that just bugged me after a while
Amazon fires 2 tech workers after they publicly criticized warehouse conditions - https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/14/21220353/amazon-covid-19-criticism-protest-fired-employees-cunningham-costa-climate-change
Messaging App Signal Threatens to Dump US Market if #Anti-#Encryption Bill Passes
#Signal is calling on its users to oppose the EARN IT Act, which it fears will be used to undermine end-to-end encryption, forcing it to leave the US market. https://www.pcmag.com/news/messaging-app-signal-threatens-to-dump-us-market-if-anti-encryption-bill