CryptPad v3.12.0 (Megaloceros) is live on http://CryptPad.fr and tagged on GitHub!
Users can now delete pad and account history to save space and easily make copies of pads in their drive. See the release notes on GitHub for details: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.12.0!
🇫🇷 🔉 🧠 A voix nue: Bernard Stiegler interviewé par Céline Loozen.
a fork of Signal messenger that doesn't use phone numbers.
CryptPad v3.11.0 (LabradorDuck) is deployed to http://CryptPad.fr and released on GitHub.
Users can now opt-in to using "safe links" which remove the cryptographic keys from your address bar when possible. See our release notes for more info: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.11.0
📃 ✊ Feminist Data Manifest-No
Cifor, M., Garcia, P., Cowan, T.L., Rault, J., Sutherland, T., Chan, A., Rode, J., Hoffmann, A.L., Salehi, N., Nakamura, L. (2019). Feminist Data Manifest-No. Retrieved from: https://www.manifestno.com/.
Download as PDF 👉🏻 https://networkcultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/TheEternalNetwork.pdf
Hi, CryptPad Supporters and Subscribers. We are happy to announce that we have received a second @NGIZero grant for improving CryptPad. Check our funding update on OpenCollective: https://opencollective.com/cryptpad/updates/funding-news-february-2020
📄 From Manchester to Barcelona
Ben Tarnoff in Logic Magazine
'The network for making wealth [...] relies on the engine for making difference. '
Designing for privacy is as much about preventing accidents as stopping bad actors.
Google indexes Trello boards and uncovers passwords, API keys, bank account information, and more.
#FOSDEM highlight: UXBOX
FOSS Figma killer. I have big hopes for this.
“Artist-researchers Roel Roscam Abbing (@rra) and Aymeric Mansoux (@320x200) likewise critique universal openness in their analysis of an emerging internet infrastructure created by and for users: the #Fediverse.”
starting at 11:30am today #Transmediale
🎧 🌏 🐍 Climate change and your #python code
Talk Python podcast
(with a few interesting links in the show notes)
FOSS politics [ - ]
Cry-LoL-ing at the new "FOSS Code of Conduct" by Derek Taylor.
'Surely, it is possible to write a Code of Conduct that doesn't push some extremist political ideology'
and later ...
'... we have to understand that the market is never wrong. You may think that you deserve more money, greater respect or better treatment. But if no one is willing to give you these things, then the market has priced you accordingly.'
This is just one example, the whole thing is absolute trash fire. "let's take the politics out of it" is never a good sign.
Designer/Researcher - PhD candidate: algorithmic prediction and diagrams - 🇫🇷➡️🇳🇱🇬🇧🇮🇪🇪🇺
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