I'm looking for interview partner, to improve the user experience of @briar to the needs of those that fit at least one of the following category:

- formal or informal organized to resist oppression...
- indigenous, black, POC...
- queer, trans...
- disabled, spoony...
- journalist...
- ? you...

(boost appreciated)

1/3

What's your favorite formatting option for writing long posts in text editor a when writing stuff online?

(If you can, #boost this for a wider audience!)
#writing #textEditor #formatting

Update on Freenode staff's takeover of #fsf and #gnu channels, and our transition to Libera.chat: u.fsf.org/3ep

Browser has become quite usable since years when you would need to run Tor binary separately.

If you abandoned Tor in its early days I would highly recommend to revisit it.

Both the network and Firefox, on which Tor Browser has been based, have gotten so evolved that you would no longer feel glitches (like disconnection) in most cases.

torproject.org/

@cryptpad Great step to deprecate Google Forms! 👏 Will keep checking out.

🚀 CryptPad 4.7 is now live on cryptpad.fr!

This version introduces the new Form application to collaboratively create surveys and polls. This is a Beta version of the app with more features to be added in the coming weeks.

Join Free Software Melbourne on their BigBlueButton instance for a meeting on libre software and hardware, tomorrow, June 17th, at 7:30 PM AEST: freesoftware.org.au/blog/every

#fluffychat 0.30.0 has been released today 🎉🎉🎉 with a big refactoring under the hood, a lot of bug fixes, better room alias management, minor design improvements, Linux desktop notifications aaaaaaaand Linux arm64 support. 🐧

In theory it should run on #pinephone or #librem5 but I have no device to test it. Anyone here who wants to try and send me screenshots? 🙂

fluffychat.im/de/changelog.htm

The concept of at Mysterium Network is amazing, yet it should pose a serious risk to node operators as you should experience as a exit relay operator for , ie. you might be legally accused of others' online activities, whom you let use your connection.

Trying Portals which allegedly bases on Mysterium Network, distributed VPN (dVPN) project, which should deprecate the existing model of centralized VPN like ProtonVPN.

The UI of Portals is straightforward and it is easy to use, but the major setback here is that the pre-built binaries of Portals are not open source, while Mysterium itself is, so you cannot verify what Portals is actually doing on your computer.

Trying to get an optional feature done: local user's messages aligned to the right ✨🎉 on #neochat

#KDE #Matrix

I found PGP (and GnuPG) was actually pretty darn good. You would encrypt your private files like recovery code before leaving your host.

It's established, classic, and simple to use once you're accustomed to its concept. Run `gpg -r example@example.com -se example.txt` and you're good to go.

Amazing to see is getting integrated with . Before using Google stuff (also after replacing it with ProtonMail) I have supported the mail client, which obviously is the great, if not the best one. The news itself shows that the userbase of the Matrix keeps growing.

This Week in Matrix features news about Matrix in Thunderbird, IRC bridging, a neat NeoChat update, plus Hydrogen, nheko, heisenbridge and much, much more! #twim #matrix #decentralisation matrix.org/blog/2021/06/04/thi

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