If you missed yesterday’s Small Is Beautiful, the video is now up:
This month, we extend a friendly middle finger to web3 with the web0 manifesto, talk about Laura’s presentation for Ikea on ethical design, and introduce you to NodeKit.
Mastodon is a federated ("decentralized"), open-source network that has been around for many years, and powers very active, independent communities on essentially all kinds of topics.
It does not enforce weird crypto, and is among the most sustainable and private platforms around. The only ⬡hexagons⬡ here are cute, harmless ASCII
all my workstations are using FDE and also my android phone (lineageOS)
I've been stolen once a not encrypted phone, NEVER EVER AGAIN
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to cryptographically sign your OS files with keys in your control🗝️https://puri.sm/posts/stay-protected-with-librem-14s-latest-pureboot-feature/
Framasoft is a brilliant non-profit organisation which promotes free open software and libre decentralised services. You can follow them at:
➡️ @Framasoft (in French and English)
They depend on donations to keep going, and they're currently doing a fund-raising drive at:
Small is Beautiful live stream starting in just under 10 minutes.
Just finished the “slides” for today’s Small Is Beautiful where we’ll be talking about web0 and Laura’s presentation at Ikea, and I’ll demoing a very early NodeKit for the first time.
(Note: these are green-screened onto the video.)
Join us live in one and a half hours – at 5PM Irish Time (UTC) – for Small Is Beautiful.
If anyone needs help, here's how I did it:
Tested a clone of Dicemate from GitLab.com to @codeberg . Since it's related to security, thought of having a copy on Codeberg (no Cloudflare 😉 ).
I'm also thinking of setting up a push mirror so that I can push to original gitlab.com repo without pushing there directly.
Here it is on Codeberg Pages:
The bughunt is on! Join KDE devs and help get rid of all the annoying bugs in Plasma 5.24 Beta. The action is being coordinated from the Plasma Matrix room. You can reach it directly via your web browser here:
🐜 💰 Ethical hackers: come and find bugs in CryptPad!
We have been selected for the European Commission's bug bounty program, running on the Intigriti platform.
We pay to Steam, Netflix, Amazon prime, Spotify. But not to Wikipedia, Archive.org, Librivox, Project Gutenberg, for our favourite Linux distro.
The huge asymmetry between corporate and community has not emerged naturally. It is a product of our choices of not supporting community oriented projects.
The short conveniences vs the long-term good. We always chose the former.
In face of surveillance capitalism, we must and must change.