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Want to build your own Ubuntu Touch app? Not sure were to start? Then this is what you need.

This latest tutorial covers how to start with clickable and get you on the road to that first app. Thanks to Miguel Menéndez and the UBwriters for their work

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #Clickable #UBportsBlog

#bountysource changed their ToS such that bounties that have been posted more than 2 years ago will be seized by them (probably to fund the blockchain company that bought bountysource a while back). The change will become active July 1. If you have any bounties on bountysource posted before June 30, 2018 you can ask to redeploy your bounty on a new issue once.

@microg will no longer advertise the use of bountysource for issue bounties. Please refrain from posting new bounties there.

Trying to finish up Debian packaging for Shaarli soon.

John Oliver shares a powerful example of what is wrong with the attitude towards #privacy and security in Silicon Valley. Don't give #GAFAM your data. It isn't safe.

We applaud the ACLU for suing Clearview AI and hope that any followers living in Illinois in the United States considers sharing this link with friends and family.

These effects on privacy do not end in IL. The #Clearview database invades the lives of millions of people.

Please be vocal outside your personal bubbles on and offline. Help others know the truth about invasive surveillance.

#privacy #surveillancecapitalism #surveillance #AI #police #biometrics

Update on the MNT Reform campaign is out, in which I give a quick intro to etnaviv reverse engineering and hacking on graphics problems with the example of KiCAD:

During our next (virtual) XMPP meetup on Wednesday, 18:00 CEST, Daniel Gultsch and me will give an introduction to the technologies used for A/V calls with XMPP. Topics discussed will include Jingle, ICE/STUN/TURN, (S)RTP, and WebRTC. The meetup will take place on Jitsi Meet, see:

We'll also be streaming this meetup live to YouTube, so if you participate, you will be recorded. If you'd prefer to just listen, please use the YouTube stream:

Collapse OS now re-implemented in Forth 

Collapse OS is an attempt to implement a simple OS that can run on anything computer-ish in case civilisation collapses

Originally in assembler, the people around it discovered and then adopted Forth

The discussion around this topic is interesting

System75 hiring a remote rust dev to support POP_OS!. :ablobblewobble:

I'm not qualified in the slightest for this. But oooh. Sweet.


“Free users for sure we don’t want to give that [end-to-end encryption] because we also want to work together with FBI, with local law enforcement in case some people use Zoom for a bad purpose” - Eric Yuan, CEO.

That probably isn't clear. What I'm thinking of is a single interface to (client side of) email, XMPP, Matrix, etc.

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Project idea: libfed, a federated equivalent of libp2p.

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