@maxlath @jums Ca resemble un peu le https://hackingwithcare.in/2017/12/poussy-plaisir-protocole/
Salut mes copïnes francaises ... pour vous, et les autres
Now that it's been signed off by Greenpeace, we can press publish on this:
HOWTO: Create an Architecture of Participation for your Open Source project
@aral As I am so lucky to have run into https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.github.phase1geo.minder I am wondering if all your Small Tech work still happens on Elementary OS a.k.a. the macOS of Linuxes?
Am wondering if I should try it out another day ...
Our system of compensation in software is so backwards.
Businesses hire massive numbers of programmers who get paid an insane amount of money to basically glue together open source software.
But a lot of amazing open source software work goes uncompensated. It breaks my heart.
text-transform-cli readme: "A collection of CLI commands to operate **frequently needed** text transformations"
me: add `zalgo`
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Psst… We are looking for a new logo and search your ideas and feedback. You can provide your them on the Forum and if you feel creative and want to provide a draft, that's extra appreciated.
🤫🤫🤫🤫 *whispers* boosts are welcome /sh
Sometimes you insist on knowing something but will be proven wrong. Taking that and learning form it, which makes the difference between being an old grumpy person and a learning grumpy person.
I happy that I made it yesterday to be the latter:
TL;DR: while port 465 was deprecated in 1998 for smtps, it was refused by RFC8314 for "submissions" which is most people used it for years anyway. Main difference: It's standardised now.
Here's a nice reminder that turf grass is just simply bad. (far left)
me brain: if I do X now, I won't have time to do Y, so I'll do nothing instead.
Hey :) This is an account for karrot - an open source community organising platform focused on resource saving and sharing.
We're currently being used by a bunch of groups around Europe who save and share food from being wasted (see https://karrot.world/#/groupPreview), but heading towards general community organising uses too.
We're into stuff like participatory design, democratic process, non/less-hierarchical structure.
We're open source (you can use our main instance, or self-host).
They're too rich to tax,
But they're too big to fail,
So go get a bucket,
And help me bail.
To be fair, Jitsi multi-participant meetings are not e2e encrypted (unless sth has changed lately), and the google play android app contains trackers. IMHO, an improved version of the "use jitsi" suggestion would go like this: Use a jitsi server you trust with a browser or the f-droid version.