Wow what news to start the day with! elementary OS, a popular Linux distro, has chosen to remove Google Analytics and replace it with Plausible! And open their dashboard to the public! Way to go!
Link to their Twitter announcement: https://twitter.com/CassidyJames/status/1275208242793046018
The Internet’s New Arms Dealers: Malicious Domain Registrars
Oldest bitcoins ever spent just moved today. Experts all agree that they're most unlikely to be Satoshi coins. But what's super LOL about this is that the address in question (17XiVVooLcdCUCMf9s4t4jTExacxwFS5uh) is one of the ones that Craig Wright submitted in his court filing (https://od.gy/309) as being one of his Tulip Trust addresses that are impossible to access until the "bonded courier" arrives with the missing key fragment.
@raucao Rights are becoming a thing of the past, a bunch of thugs with guns tell you have to do something that's a violation of your "rights", how do you argue with that?
LibreOffice 7.0 is on the way! Our QA (quality assurance) community has announced the first Alpha release, for testing. The final version is due in early August. More details here: https://qa.blog.documentfoundation.org/2020/05/12/libreoffice-7-0-alpha1-is-ready-for-testing/
@falgn0n also in some places it says that the MUC needs to be registered members only as well as non-anon for omemo to work.
@falgn0n you can see my JID in that screenshot 😃 If the MUC is non-anonymous (JIDs can be seen by anyone) then the OMEMO works.
Got #XMPP working great! Using Prosody on the server and Gajim for the client side. All SSL connections, and OMEMO for both individual and chat rooms. Inline images, code blocks with syntax highlighting and offline messages forwarded to email! 🎉 🎉 🎉
Thrown my Keybase account in the bin along with Google, Facebook, Twitter and many more. Gone back to #XMPP for my group messaging now.
@Naughtylus I think there's still another layer, no matter open and freely accessible the code is, if it's a network that's not built on an open standard then it's still a form of walled garden because you're dependent on that specific program. Tox or Scuttlebutt are good examples of what I mean, they have their own specific protocols that nothing else uses.
@NOCARRIER That's what they do with *their* bandwidth - and then they assume that everyone who uses their site has the same bandwidth as them!
@aral Ah I see I misunderstood it, I thought it installed/configured deps. I wasn't using wireguard as my vpn, it's there but not configured.
read more about it in this post:
(Tails is a live operating system that aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity.)