If you are wondering why TBlock is an #anticapitalist ad-blocker, you can read this:
TBlock is an ad-blocker that uses the hosts file for those who don't know :)
Well, it took a while but my petition to keep strong encryption without backdoors legal in th EU is now open for supporters!
Please feel free to support it and or boost/promte it
Hey, fellow developers!
When you announce a new version in a toot/tweet/post, please, do not hesitate to put a couple of words on what the project does.
I'm really glad to know that "X" has now "Y" support but it's kinda a useless info if I don't even know what "X" is.
I really would appreciate it. Thanks!
TBlock 0.0.5 will probably be released at the same time, by the way.
We are really sorry to see that there are issues with our RPM & Debian packages.
We will fix that as soon as possible (it will be done at the end of the week), we have a lot of work right now.
Thanks for your comprehension.
Going more private has a lot of old school attitude.
Don't use credit cards, use cash (of course no Apple Pay etc.). Don't use google maps, learn where you need to go and figure it out like you did a decade ago. Don't listen to streaming music, listen to music you downloaded.
What would you do if there was no big tech companies to hold your hand? Will you be lost?
Please remember, that after installing TBlock on your machine, you should ALWAYS sync the remote filter repository.
Also, a good first step is to read the README, or the wiki, which explains how to use TBlock and its built-in filter converter.
TBlock version 0.0.1 has been released !
It is currently a pre-release, to ensure that bugs (if there are any) will be patched before any official release.
TBlock is an anticapitalist ad-blocker that uses the hosts files.
Main developer: @twann
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