After a long time of being involved with various #FLOSS communities & projects, we are very excited to announce the launch of Cloud68: your open source tech infrastructure service.
Our goal is to make it easier for individuals & SMEs to use #opensource #ethical services, to empower them have control over their data, instead of using services provided by tech giants only because that's a more comfortable choice.
Take a look and feedback is welcome 🤗 https://cloud68.co/
I just learned that all #Xiaomi #LineageOS builds are down due to a #DMCA Takedown. After #Gadgetbridge this is the second time I'm affected as a user. This is ridiculous https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2019/08/2019-08-09-SenseTime-5.md
@github blocked all Iranian accounts without prior notice or the chance to download their data. The whole process is quite #discriminatory & a result of a #chauvinistic approach in tech.
Once more we emphasize that self-hosting can be the best protection mechanism. CC @gitlab
A very impressive work by the Italian Digital Team to bring #opensouce software in Public Administration.
If your data is in the cloud, it should be encrypted. 💭 🔒 cc @KeybaseIO
The Slack Security Incident is just one more example of how our security and private communications can be endangered. ❗🔴 🔓
The only answer remains free and open source software which supports end-to-end encryption! 🔐
Our monthly newsletter is already in your inbox!📥📩 Featuring the "LibreOffice community engagement microsite" & news and updates from the open source software world, we shared some of our stories with you!💌 🗞️ Cc @libreoffice
Facebook and Instagram was down today. Their number of privacy related scandals is going up though:
We couldn't hide the excitement to attend Open Source Conference Albania 2019 - one of the grass roots FLOSS events we care a lot about. 😍🥳
Today we're announcing a new website: What can I do for LibreOffice! This helps newcomers to our project and community get involved – learn more about how and why we made it here: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/06/07/announcing-a-new-website-what-can-i-do-for-libreoffice/