I use #duckduckgo and I love seeing that it is gaining in popularity. There are many things about it that are better than other search engines. But, let's not forget that DDG is NOT open source and NOT 100% private. They are not scandal-free either.
https://lemmy.ml/post/31321 has some examples and it goes without saying that if a product is free, you are the product.
Use but don't search for anything you wouldn't want printed in your local newspaper.
The main features for Flockingbird are there now. More are following soon.
Feel free to drop your ideas, thoughts, ideas in either new tickets or as comments on the existing.
If comments don't work, we might move it to a wiki instead; this is new for us too.
Obviously a PM or mention on mastodon also works if you have feedback or ideas.
Code is Proof of Concept phase.
We're not familiar with RFCs but it sounds a bit too rigid and overhead-ed for the current phase.
Would issues with proper tags on GH work too? Because if so, we can move/rewrite some todo's from our internal docs to public issues that can gather feedback.
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This will be a good oportunity to launch a public installation of miniflux.
If you're looking for a minimal, lightweight rss reader, give me a call
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> The following in addition to message metadata is now exploitable commodity for Facebook Inc.: messaging, calling, Status, groups (including group name, group picture, group description), payments or business features; profile photo, "about" information; whether you are online, when you last used our Services (your "last seen"); and when you last updated your "about" information.
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