We do need to get away from the belief that all data collection is inherently bad because it is not. It is possible to collect metrics for software improvement while still respecting the user’s privacy
To survive, FOSS has to steal my data like the adults
Boredom is valuable, it is a state that drives creativity. When your brain feels bored, but doesn't have the outlet of games, TV, or social media, it will seek other ways to relieve it, which often results in making cool things or thinking up some ideas.
The craving to refresh reddit or RSS has value, it is the same sensation that drives you to do cool stuff. By not refreshing the page, you can "save up" the boredom/dopamine, fuel it into the motivation to do useful things.
Good news - yesterday i managed to implement a federated comments! We're getting really close to first official release 😱
Meanwhile - did you know you can have a real impact on development process (without having the programming skills) by joining our discourse forum and taking the floor? https://socialhub.network/c/projects/prismo
Android: Google entfernt NetGuard aus Play Store
I actually really like gnome.
Started out with KDE cause tons of people like it. but after watching @ChrisWere POP!_OS video i just loved the aesthetics of it. Having everything super minimal then pressing the super key have everything pop up
The latest version of #Chrome doesn't delete Google cookies even when you ask it to delete all cookies:
It also does some dodgy stuff with logging people into Google:
Chrome is made by Google, who make vast amounts of money from invading people's privacy.
The best easy-to-use alternative right now is probably Firefox:
Für alle die es interessiert, in mailcow wird in den kommenden Tagen die Mailverschlüsselung integriert
Dann liegen die Mails verschlüsselt auf dem Server. Der admin hat kein Zugriff die Schlüssel werden durch das Benutzerpasswort verschlüsselt
Tja dann verlasse ich wohl @Tutanota wieder und zurück zu meinem Server :)
What even more developers think of Valve's Steam Play https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/what-even-more-developers-think-of-valves-steam-play.12623 #SteamPlay #Interview
Google has started signing people in to Chrome without asking if they sign in to any google site like gmail or YouTube.
That leaves you one click away from uploading all your browsing data to Google.
#Google admits it lets hundreds of other companies access your #Gmail #inbox | #privacy https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/09/20/google-admits-hundreds-companies-read-gmail-inbox/
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