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🌹 ✊ Protest by pull request on the En Marche (Macron's party) website repo. 👏 @onestlatech

CryptPad v3.7.0 is named after the presumed-extinct Himalayan Quail. It introduces gantt charts via an improved mermaidjs integration as well as a streamlined sharing menu. Try it on and see the release notes on GitHub: #privacy


signé en solidarité avec la Rève Générale:

et très bonne question de @goofy ici:
imagine des sysadmins en grève qui éteignent les serveurs :think_mind_blown:

Conflicted between:
1) wanting to use only in my open source design job.
2) realising that Figma is pretty good and that using it would probably result in better designed open source software.

I think there will be some compromise, at least until the good people at @akiraux release their alpha.

Volume II of the Low-Tech Magazine printed website book is now available. Together with Volume I the books contain all major articles from 2007 - 2018.

Buying the books helps support LTMs work.

Checking back after a while, I can now use my @pixelfed account with @Tusky and @fedilab ! 👏👏👏 all around

Just opened a account graciously hosted at
You can follow us at @lgm

The plan is to import all past Libre Graphics Meeting recordings over there and make them available right from the .

UKPOL - leftybro vibes 

1h30 long podcast bashing the Libdem manifesto. Preaching to the converted but it's what you need sometimes.

We just released CryptPad 3.6.0, named after the Panamanian golden frog. This release features a number of bug fixes and another batch of usability improvements. Read the full release notes on GitHub ( and try it out on ! #privacy4

The Hidden Life of an Amazon User, by Joana Moll

"The Hidden Life of an User reveals the hidden economic and environmental costs offloaded to, and unwittingly paid for, by the end-user. The Hidden Life of an Amazon User confronts us with the environmental footprint instigated by purchasing a book on 87.33Mb of data is activated to navigate through 12 different interfaces—1307 different requests totaling 8724 pages of printed code—all used for continuously tracking customer behavior to amplify the monetization of the end-user and increase business revenues. To put it bluntly, the user is not just exploited by means of their free labor but is also forced to assume the energy costs of such exploitation.

The project includes three commissioned texts by Jussi Parikka, Jara Rocha and Christian Ulrik Andersen & Søren Bro Pold, available on the website of the project."

After years of using GIT mainly on my own I sure am glad to have some friends to play with.

I'm delighted to be joining the team at @cryptpad : a collaborative office suite that is open-source and encrypted. I'll be working on design and usability, esp. for the privacy features.

It's November, which means it's National Novel Generation Month, where people write code that writes a novel!

I would love to see more beginner programmers participate, so I just wrote a blog post that highlights some very simple novel generators that were made last year.


Nouveau service disponible :

Un gestionnaire de tâches léger et gérable uniquement au clavier

Thanks to updates to the CLI my animation/broadcasting setup that was failing last March now seems to work 🙏

If anyone out there wants to test:
- open browser
- visit dat://
- turn on live reloading ⚡

Microsoft Bob, codename 'Utopia', was a project in which Rover the dog introduced Microsoft OS to new users through the metaphor of a house. Come explore the wondrous world of interfaces old and new at @ImpaktFestival 30-10 til 03-11 in Utrecht!

With: @air_pump @ccl @lidia_p and many more amazing guests :)

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