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Die #CSU setzt auf ihrer Website #GoogleAnalytics ein.


Sie hält also Google die Räuberleiter und leistet Beihilfe bei der Verteilung der #SpitzelCookies,
die auch die #ErichMielkeCookies genannt werden.
Die CSU kollaboriert mit #Google und #Microsoft.
Die CSU sollte vom #Verfassungsschutz überwacht werden.
https://builtwith.com/csu.de
Website built with

#DSGVO, #MicrosoftDilemma, #BfV, #Linux, #OpenSource, #FSFE


 
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#foto #fotografieren #mywork #Internet #Datenschutz

#Huawei


Oh, zitter, bibber, zeter der #Chinese (ehm, war das nicht früher der #Russe?) greift #Daten ab wenn er das #Mobilfunknetz ausbaut.

Ich, für meinen Teil, glaube fest daran, dass er dies tut! Allerdings glaube ich auch nicht daran, dass irgend ein amerikanischer oder europäischer #Konzern dies nicht macht!

Im #Grunde kann man dieses Problem durchaus relativ einfach beheben: Man setzt einfach nur #Software ein, welche #frei und #opensource ist. Dann kann jeder nachschauen was gemacht wird, keiner hat ein #Problem und die #Welt wäre ein #Stückchen besser!

Oha, eine bessere #Welt? Will man dies überhaupt?


 
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#foto #fotografieren #mywork #Internet #Datenschutz

#Huawei


Oh, zitter, bibber, zeter der #Chinese (ehm, war das nicht früher der #Russe?) greift #Daten ab wenn er das #Mobilfunknetz ausbaut.

Ich, für meinen Teil, glaube fest daran, dass er dies tut! Allerdings glaube ich auch nicht daran, dass irgend ein amerikanischer oder europäischer #Konzern dies nicht macht!

Im #Grunde kann man dieses Problem durchaus relativ einfach beheben: Man setzt einfach nur #Software ein, welche #frei und #opensource ist. Dann kann jeder nachschauen was gemacht wird, keiner hat ein #Problem und die #Welt wäre ein #Stückchen besser!

Oha, eine bessere #Welt? Will man dies überhaupt?


 

De quoi sont faits les logiciels ?


https://books.openedition.org/oep/1810

#internet #logiciel #software #hardware #libre #librisme #france #europe #lecture #livre #book #ebook #opensource #logiciellibre #logiciel-libre


 

Marcin Jakubowski: des plans détaillés en accès libre pour la civilisation | TED Talk


https://www.ted.com/talks/marcin_jakubowski/transcript?language=fr#t-3831

#opensource #libre #ouvert #accèslibre #jakubowski #TED #tedtalk #tedx #internet #agriculture #outils #hardware #software #europe #USA #étatsunis #états-unis


 

KostNixLaden Bochum


Für den @KostNixLaden Bochum habe ich ein 360° Panorama estellt. Besonderheit hierbei: Ich habe nur OpenSource Software benutzt!

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Näheres zu den verwendeten Programmen und die interaktive 360° Ansicht findet ihr auf meiner Website:
https://der-mische.de/2019/03/09/kostnixladen/

#panorama #pano360 #photosphere #equirectangular #opensource #ilovefs #hugin# #darktable #gimp #pannellum #marzipano #kostnix #kostnixladen #bochum #ruhrgebiet #ruhrpott #ruhrarea


 
@xy@pluspora.com
Hallo,
beim #Digitalpakt( #digitaleBildung ) streitet die Politik um Einfluß und Mittel, ohne überhaupt zu thematisieren, wie diese sinnvoll eingesetzt werden sollten.
M.E. sollten die Schüler nicht auf die Schienen von #Microsoft und #Apple gesetzt bzw. auf ihnen belassen werden, um dann Blackboxes zu betreiben und drauf los zu googeln.
Das RaspberryPi-Projekt aus GB finde ich vorbildlich, um mit #Linux und #OpenSource Soft- und Hardware programmieren und experimentieren zu lernen, #Digitalkompetenz zu erwerben.
Daß wir uns in den Fängen von #Google, Microsoft, #Facebook & Co. befinden und wie uns aus ihnen befreien können, sollte ein wichtiges Thema im Unterricht sein.

Kostenlose MagPi Magazine zum Download


 
https://diasp.eu/posts/9abcfe401db00137e43a4061862b8e7b

"CLAs also give rise to an asymmetry of legal power among a project's participants, which also discourages the growth of strong contributor and user communities around a project", couldn't agree more with Richard Fontana https://opensource.com/article/19/2/cla-problems #FreeSoftware #OpenSource #governance #licensing #CLA


 
3rik wrote: Den Negativpreis für Public Money? #PublicCode hat sich dann wohl das #Kraftfahrtbundesamt verdient:21 Eigenentwicklungen mit einem Budget von 16,5 Millionen Euro aber keine einzige Veröffentlichung unter freier Lizenz.Quelle: Frage 2, Drucksache 19/7845: https://dip21.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/19/078/1907845.pdf#FreieSoftware #OpenSource #Bundesregierung #dieLinke


 
Purism making progress on Librem5 SmartPhone

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more latest news on: https://puri.sm/news/




Progress has been quick and steady, and because we only use components that respect both our ethical values and your personal privacy and freedoms, you can imagine the layers of complexity that go into delivering such a revolutionary mobile phone – from new hardware to a new kernel, from a new operating system to new applications, all of it culminating into the Librem 5 phone.

We want you to have the best possible solutions when it comes both to hardware, and to user experience.
Being able to show that what we’re doing corresponds to our exact intentions is very important, for it will allow you to see this progress for yourself–and we do think the video below, running on the Librem 5 dev kit hardware we shipped in December, speaks volumes.

The Librem 5 devkit running PureOS


https://puri.sm/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/devkit-demo.webm

„What you just saw in the video is the prototype of the Librem 5 hardware, and it has nearly identical specs to the ones we are putting into production later this year.

And, as you can see, it is running our own PureOS mobile operating system – we’re proud to show off the fact that the Librem 5 is not built on Android, nor iOS.

All the basic functionality is still in pre-release state, and more progress is constantly happening around-the-clock, which means even more apps are making it into the PureOS Store regularly.

Purism’s CEO Todd Weaver Testifies at California Congressional Privacy Commission


February 21, 2019

https://puri.sm/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/todd-weaver-purism-spc-california-privacy-commission-testimony-2019-02-20.ogg

Q3 2019 – shipping the Librem 5


But all this leads us to the aforementioned (one quarter) shipping adjustment: the previous Q2 estimate is now confirmed for Q3 product shipping:

This accounts for the time it took us to properly benchmark test the newest CPU choices from NXP for the Librem 5, and the question of whether or not to choose the i.MX 8M Quad or the i.MX 8M Mini, mean we have adjusted our delivery plans slightly.

As we previously announced, the i.MX 8M Quad CPU had known errata issues in the silicon itself, and this was the root cause for the delay, detour and need for research about potential alternatives.

On one hand, the i.MX 8M Quad silicon issues meant not only that the temperature of the battery was way too high, but also that it could discharge too quickly. On the other hand, the i.MX 8M Mini is made in an updated silicon process (14nm instead of 28nm) and has reduced features, resulting in a lower power consumption–but it’s new, and there could be unknown issues and risks. So a lot of research was made, and our development team started evaluating the i.MXM8 Mini to see if it could be used within our requirements–free software only, no binary blobs, mainline based software stacks.

And then the month of February began, and something else unexpectedly happened: NXP released a new software stack for our first CPU choice, the i.MX 8M–and all of the power consumption and heating issues suddenly disappeared!

CPU and Specs


So here we are, on track again after a little delay–quite a useful delay, because now we know. We know a lot more about the i.MX 8M Quad CPU we chose, and a little bit more about a possible alternative. We have chosen the i.MX 8M Quad CPU because the power consumption issues can be dealt with in software… and ultimately that means we don’t have to change the hardware to solve this issue. Full fabrication will begin for the Librem 5 with the specifications we described before:

Librem5

Display5.5″ – 5.7″ HD displayProcessoriMX8M Quad CPUStorage32 GB eMMC internal storageWireless802.11abgn 2.4 Ghz / 5Ghz + Bluetooth 4BasebandGemalto PLS8 3G/4G modem w/ single sim on replaceable M.2 cardGPSTESEO LIF3 multiconstellation GNSS receiverSmartcard2FF format smart cardsKill Switches3 – WiFi, Cellular, Microphone/Cameras (all 3 will turn off GPS)External StoragemicroSD storage expansionAccelerometer9-axis IMU (gyro, accel, magnetometer)Front CameraTBDBack CameraTBDVibration MotorYesChargingUSB C connector for charging, USB client function, USB host function, power deliveryBatteryUser replaceableSpeakersat least oneDelivering on our Promise


As you have come to know, Purism will always keep you posted – about the impressive progress we are making, about any issues, major or minor, that come along. And ultimately, this CPU choice has many opportunities – ones that will change the future of computing for the better, for this decision does come with certain advantages in the long term. The i.MX8M Quad is the most powerful CPU that has both a good operating temperature and a good battery life. Having chosen the best possible CPU will provide us, and you, with an overall better hardware experience, with better capabilities and a shorter integration path–meaning, the integration with the software platform.

Rapid Development Continues


Software development continues to move forward quickly. Amazingly quickly. In the past few months, we’ve seen astonishing software progress, and we are now able to take advantage of it. Finally, the extra time for Librem 5 hardware fabrication will benefit software advancements that continue without slowdown, such as quality testing, providing a greater number of default apps, and community advancements made on our Librem 5 dev kit.

Excitement Increases


We recognize the importance of the Librem 5 phone and all the interest you have around it, you can rest assured. Based on our historic delivery on our promises, we feel more comfortable in advancing towards the delivery of the Librem 5 phone in the third quarter of 2019. We are also immensely grateful for all the support we’ve been receiving, both on our forums and on social media, and so proud of the progress our team is making; grateful to our community for supporting our efforts as we work diligently to get the Librem 5—and all its societal benefits—into people’s hands. We think that both our team and the community deserve the very best.

(src: purism.sm)

\#linux #gnu #gnulinux #opensource #administration #sysops #freehardware #purism #phone #smartphone #mobile #librem #librem5 #opensourcehardware #privacy #surveillance #bigdata
Quelle: https://dwaves.org/2019/02/27/purism-making-progress-on-librem5-smartphone/
Purism making progress on Librem5 SmartPhone


 
Purism making progress on Librem5 SmartPhone

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more latest news on: https://puri.sm/news/




Progress has been quick and steady, and because we only use components that respect both our ethical values and your personal privacy and freedoms, you can imagine the layers of complexity that go into delivering such a revolutionary mobile phone – from new hardware to a new kernel, from a new operating system to new applications, all of it culminating into the Librem 5 phone.

We want you to have the best possible solutions when it comes both to hardware, and to user experience.
Being able to show that what we’re doing corresponds to our exact intentions is very important, for it will allow you to see this progress for yourself–and we do think the video below, running on the Librem 5 dev kit hardware we shipped in December, speaks volumes.

The Librem 5 devkit running PureOS


https://puri.sm/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/devkit-demo.webm

„What you just saw in the video is the prototype of the Librem 5 hardware, and it has nearly identical specs to the ones we are putting into production later this year.

And, as you can see, it is running our own PureOS mobile operating system – we’re proud to show off the fact that the Librem 5 is not built on Android, nor iOS.

All the basic functionality is still in pre-release state, and more progress is constantly happening around-the-clock, which means even more apps are making it into the PureOS Store regularly.

Purism’s CEO Todd Weaver Testifies at California Congressional Privacy Commission


February 21, 2019

https://puri.sm/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/todd-weaver-purism-spc-california-privacy-commission-testimony-2019-02-20.ogg

Q3 2019 – shipping the Librem 5


But all this leads us to the aforementioned (one quarter) shipping adjustment: the previous Q2 estimate is now confirmed for Q3 product shipping:

This accounts for the time it took us to properly benchmark test the newest CPU choices from NXP for the Librem 5, and the question of whether or not to choose the i.MX 8M Quad or the i.MX 8M Mini, mean we have adjusted our delivery plans slightly.

As we previously announced, the i.MX 8M Quad CPU had known errata issues in the silicon itself, and this was the root cause for the delay, detour and need for research about potential alternatives.

On one hand, the i.MX 8M Quad silicon issues meant not only that the temperature of the battery was way too high, but also that it could discharge too quickly. On the other hand, the i.MX 8M Mini is made in an updated silicon process (14nm instead of 28nm) and has reduced features, resulting in a lower power consumption–but it’s new, and there could be unknown issues and risks. So a lot of research was made, and our development team started evaluating the i.MXM8 Mini to see if it could be used within our requirements–free software only, no binary blobs, mainline based software stacks.

And then the month of February began, and something else unexpectedly happened: NXP released a new software stack for our first CPU choice, the i.MX 8M–and all of the power consumption and heating issues suddenly disappeared!

CPU and Specs


So here we are, on track again after a little delay–quite a useful delay, because now we know. We know a lot more about the i.MX 8M Quad CPU we chose, and a little bit more about a possible alternative. We have chosen the i.MX 8M Quad CPU because the power consumption issues can be dealt with in software… and ultimately that means we don’t have to change the hardware to solve this issue. Full fabrication will begin for the Librem 5 with the specifications we described before:

Librem5

Display5.5″ – 5.7″ HD displayProcessoriMX8M Quad CPUStorage32 GB eMMC internal storageWireless802.11abgn 2.4 Ghz / 5Ghz + Bluetooth 4BasebandGemalto PLS8 3G/4G modem w/ single sim on replaceable M.2 cardGPSTESEO LIF3 multiconstellation GNSS receiverSmartcard2FF format smart cardsKill Switches3 – WiFi, Cellular, Microphone/Cameras (all 3 will turn off GPS)External StoragemicroSD storage expansionAccelerometer9-axis IMU (gyro, accel, magnetometer)Front CameraTBDBack CameraTBDVibration MotorYesChargingUSB C connector for charging, USB client function, USB host function, power deliveryBatteryUser replaceableSpeakersat least oneDelivering on our Promise


As you have come to know, Purism will always keep you posted – about the impressive progress we are making, about any issues, major or minor, that come along. And ultimately, this CPU choice has many opportunities – ones that will change the future of computing for the better, for this decision does come with certain advantages in the long term. The i.MX8M Quad is the most powerful CPU that has both a good operating temperature and a good battery life. Having chosen the best possible CPU will provide us, and you, with an overall better hardware experience, with better capabilities and a shorter integration path–meaning, the integration with the software platform.

Rapid Development Continues


Software development continues to move forward quickly. Amazingly quickly. In the past few months, we’ve seen astonishing software progress, and we are now able to take advantage of it. Finally, the extra time for Librem 5 hardware fabrication will benefit software advancements that continue without slowdown, such as quality testing, providing a greater number of default apps, and community advancements made on our Librem 5 dev kit.

Excitement Increases


We recognize the importance of the Librem 5 phone and all the interest you have around it, you can rest assured. Based on our historic delivery on our promises, we feel more comfortable in advancing towards the delivery of the Librem 5 phone in the third quarter of 2019. We are also immensely grateful for all the support we’ve been receiving, both on our forums and on social media, and so proud of the progress our team is making; grateful to our community for supporting our efforts as we work diligently to get the Librem 5—and all its societal benefits—into people’s hands. We think that both our team and the community deserve the very best.

(src: purism.sm)

\#linux #gnu #gnulinux #opensource #administration #sysops #freehardware #purism #phone #smartphone #mobile #librem #librem5 #opensourcehardware #privacy #surveillance #bigdata
Quelle: https://dwaves.org/2019/02/27/purism-making-progress-on-librem5-smartphone/
Purism making progress on Librem5 SmartPhone


 

Zum #Lobbyisten oder #Selters?


Die Frage des Abgeordneten vor jeder Parlamentsdebatte lautet:
Gehe ich zum Lobbyisten oder trinke ich Selters?
The honorable Member’s question before each parliamentary debate is:
Should I go to the lobbyist or should I drink seltzer?

#Linux, #OpenSource, #FSFE, #Microsoft, #MicrosoftDilemma, #Google, #GoogleCookies, #GoogleSpitzelei, #Datenschutz, #DSGVO, #GDPR, #RGPD


 

Handelsblatt: So will der Bundesdatenschützer #Facebook regulieren.


Bundesdatenschützer Ulrich Kelber im Handelsblatt

Beim #Datenschutz, muß aber auch der Staat kritisiert werden.
Der niedersächsische Ministerpräsident #Weil ( #SPD ) mit seinem Koalitionspartner #Althusmann ( #CDU )
Linux Ausstieg in Niedersachsen
und der Münchener Oberbürgermeister #Reiter ( #SPD )

sind dabei mit ihrer #GroKo aus langjährigen und sehr anerkannten #Linux / #LiMux Projekten auszusteigen und sich stattdessen in die Hände des Monopolisten #Microsoft zu begeben.
Damit werden dem #Lobbyismus sensible Bürgerdaten geopfert!

#OpenSource, #FreeSoftware, #FSF, #FSFE


 
Hi Leute,
ich wollt einfach mal sagen das ich froh bin das hier eine Community entstanden ist die sich der Freiheit verschrieben fühlt und sich bewusst ist was für Gesellschaftliche folgen die Verwendung von proprietärer Software in der Zukunft haben wird und nicht dem reinen Kapital/Profit dient.
Freut mich einfach das es noch so viele Freidenker gibt und man mit seinen Gedanken nicht allein ist :-)

#FreeSoftware #FSF #FOSS #GNU #GPL #Linux #FLOSS #OpenSource #Freiheit #Freedome #Anonymous #Diaspora #Community


 

#didacta


www.didacta-koeln.de

Ich bin kein großer #Freund solcher #Messen, aber unser #Kollegium wird am kommenden #Donnerstag, den 21.02., gemeinschaftlich dort aufschlagen.

Falls hier #Pädagogenvolk anwesend sein sollte: Ich werde gegen 13:00 Uhr am #Stand von #Stratofly herumlungern. #Erkennungszeichen: kleiner dicker #Mann mit #Hut welcher weltfremd etwas von #Linux, #GNU, #Opensource usw faselt:-)

Vielleicht sieht man sich dort!

#lehrerin #lehrer #lernen #pädagogik #köln #mussdat


 

#didacta


www.didacta-koeln.de

Ich bin kein großer #Freund solcher #Messen, aber unser #Kollegium wird am kommenden #Donnerstag, den 21.02., gemeinschaftlich dort aufschlagen.

Falls hier #Pädagogenvolk anwesend sein sollte: Ich werde gegen 13:00 Uhr am #Stand von #Stratofly herumlungern. #Erkennungszeichen: kleiner dicker #Mann mit #Hut welcher weltfremd etwas von #Linux, #GNU, #Opensource usw faselt:-)

Vielleicht sieht man sich dort!

#lehrerin #lehrer #lernen #pädagogik #köln #mussdat


 

Escrow keys for LUKS encrypted filesystem recovery


volume_key is a tool for encrypted export of LUKS encrypted volume keys so they can be stored offline for emergency use (i.e. the normal passphrase for decrypting the LUKS volume getting forgotten).

Example workflows for volume_key

#linux #opensource #encryption


 

Escrow keys for LUKS encrypted filesystem recovery


volume_key is a tool for encrypted export of LUKS encrypted volume keys so they can be stored offline for emergency use (i.e. the normal passphrase for decrypting the LUKS volume getting forgotten).

Example workflows for volume_key

#linux #opensource #encryption


 
3rik wrote: If you love #FreeSoftware, go to a #FLOSS event you have never been before and connect with new people who feel likewise, form resilient communities and build friendships across borders: https://floss.events/2019/Spread the love to use, study, share and improve together! #ilovefs #FOSS #OpenSource #SoftwareLibre #FreeSociety


 
Hallo zusammen, ich bin #NeuHier. Ich interessiere mich für #digitalpakt, #linux und #opensource.


 
Poll:
how many of you came back from #FOSDEM with a flu?

I did and recovering only now.
A few other participants confirmed they had the same.

Could that be a plot by proprietary software manufacturers to slow down the advance of #OpenSource software? ;-)


 

The third year of Liberapay


This week marks the 3rd anniversary of Liberapay’s launch. It’s been a very difficult year, but there are some silver linings.

A difficult year


In July our payment “partner” decided to kick us and our users out of their platform. If you haven’t done so already you may want read our two previous blog posts about this ordeal: “Liberapay is in trouble” and “Liberapay status update”.

We still haven’t fully recovered from this crisis, but since our last blog post we have been able to bring back the SEPA Direct Debit payment method.

We want to thank all the people who supported us through this difficult year, including everyone who kept donating through Liberapay regardless of the transient difficulties in doing so.

A good year?


Paradoxically 2018 was also our best year yet if we consider the volume of donations processed, thanks to the fast growth of December 2017 and early 2018. In total we transferred approximately €109k to 700 creators in 2018, that’s 4 times more money than in 2017 and twice the number of recipients.

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Partial screenshot of Liberapay’s stats page (February 3rd, 2019)

Improvements


It feels like we’ve spent most of 2018 trying to keep Liberapay in working order instead of improving it, but in fact the platform has gotten better in the past year.

33 currencies!


Having to rebuild large chunks of Liberapay to work with different payment processors has been a pain and has hindered progress in other areas, but it has also enabled us to greatly improve our support of currencies.

When Liberapay launched in 2016 its only currency was the Euro, then in 2017 we added the US dollar, and in 2018 we added support for 31 additional currencies: the Australian Dollar (AUD), Bulgarian Lev (BGN), Brazilian Real (BRL), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Swiss Franc (CHF), Chinese Yuan (CNY), Czech Koruna (CZK), Danish Krone (DKK), British Pound (GBP), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), Croatian Kuna (HRK), Hungarian Forint (HUF), Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), Israeli New Shekel (ILS), Indian Rupee (INR), Icelandic Króna (ISK), Japanese Yen (JPY), South Korean Won (KRW), Mexican Peso (MXN), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Norwegian Krone (NOK), New Zealand Dollar (NZD), Philippine Piso (PHP), Polish Zloty (PLN), Romanian Leu (RON), Russian Ruble (RUB), Swedish Krona (SEK), Singapore Dollar (SGD), Thai Baht (THB), Turkish Lira (TRY), South African Rand (ZAR).

You should update your currency preferences if you haven’t done it yet. Below is a copy of the two paragraphs located at the bottom of that page:
Accepting foreign currencies can increase your income by convincing people in other countries to donate to you, but international payments usually result in a higher percentage of fees, and fluctuations in exchange rates can lessen the stability of your income.

Stripe automatically converts funds into your main currency, but by default PayPal holds payments in foreign currencies until you tell it what to do. If you have a Business PayPal account you can choose to automatically convert all incoming payments in foreign currencies to your main currency. This option is currently located in the “Preferences for receiving payments” page.

Better profile settings


Over time the profile settings had become a confusing mess, we fixed that in April by splitting them into multiple tabs. We also improved the responsiveness of a few elements at the same time.




Screenshot of profile settings.

Security alerts


In March we implemented a new feature to help you keep your account secure: when you set a new password or log in with your current one we automatically check it against the world’s biggest public list of leaked passwords, and warn you if we find a match.




Sadly we’re still missing support for two-factor authentication (#926).

More public data


Liberapay’s Explore section has been expanded to provide more visibility into who is using the platform.




Partial screenshot of Liberapay’s repository explorer (February 3rd, 2019)

Roadmap


We don’t have a strict roadmap, but there are a lot of things we want to improve and a lot of new features we want to implement. Lately we’ve been working on these two important changes:
  • The possibility to send money to multiple creators at once instead of having to make multiple payments, when this kind of one-to-many payment is supported by the underlying payment processor.
  • The possibility to have your donations be renewed automatically. This long-awaited feature should make Liberapay much more convenient for donors and help stabilize the income of creators.

One of the reasons why progress has been somewhat slow in 2018 is that Liberapay is still shorthanded and underfunded, so please donate or contribute if you can. Having a second Python developer working on Liberapay’s core could be particularly beneficial, however programming skills aren’t required to contribute to Liberapay. For example improving the documentation or completing the translations can be equally useful.

Thank you for reading, we wish you peace and long life. 🖖

#en #OpenSource #FreeSoftware #Commons #Crowdfunding #Donations #Retrospective #Liberapay #Payments

(This article was first published on Medium: The third year of Liberapay – Liberapay’s Blog.)


 
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blokada


Je n'utilise que des applis #libre s ou #openSource (trouvées sur f-droid https://f-droid.org) sur mon #smartphone #android
J'ai un bloqueur de pub ( #uBlockOrigin ) sur #firefox
Je me croyais à l'abri des traqueurs grace à tout cela...
Et puis j'ai installé #blokada
En 3 jours il a bloqué plus de 1000 requêtes vers des traqueurs (sites de pub) principalement à cause des sites de presse que je consulte et aussi à cause d'Android lui-même. C'est vraiment impressionnant...
https://f-droid.org/en/packages/org.blokada.alarm/

Luttons conte la pub : http://bloquelapub.net/

#viePrivée #pub #stopPub #bloqueLaPub #laquadrature


 
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blokada


Je n'utilise que des applis #libre s ou #openSource (trouvées sur f-droid https://f-droid.org) sur mon #smartphone #android
J'ai un bloqueur de pub ( #uBlockOrigin ) sur #firefox
Je me croyais à l'abri des traqueurs grace à tout cela...
Et puis j'ai installé #blokada
En 3 jours il a bloqué plus de 1000 requêtes vers des traqueurs (sites de pub) principalement à cause des sites de presse que je consulte et aussi à cause d'Android lui-même. C'est vraiment impressionnant...
https://f-droid.org/en/packages/org.blokada.alarm/

Luttons conte la pub : http://bloquelapub.net/

#viePrivée #pub #stopPub #bloqueLaPub #laquadrature


 
Pine: SBC-Hersteller stellt Linux-Laptops und Smartphones vor - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/pine-sbc-hersteller-stellt-linux-laptops-und-smartphones-vor-1901-139107.html
#Linux #Bluetooth-Hörstöpsel #Cortex-A50 #OpenSource


 
Retro Computing

https://twitter.com/destroyed4com4t/status/1086894760411820032

\#linux #gnu #gnulinux #opensource #administration #sysops #hardware #oldschool #freehardware
Quelle: https://dwaves.org/2019/01/20/retro-computing/
Retro Computing


 
Retro Computing

https://twitter.com/destroyed4com4t/status/1086894760411820032

\#linux #gnu #gnulinux #opensource #administration #sysops #hardware #oldschool #freehardware
Quelle: https://dwaves.org/2019/01/20/retro-computing/
Retro Computing


 
Just discovered this article about the band called Lorenzo's Music which is a #opensource and #creativecommons band that decided as a challenge to create their album using only open source with the OS @ubuntustudio

Pretty great stuff. Here is the article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2018/09/25/open-source-challenge-why-one-band-chose-linux-to-record-their-new-album/#3b6c23184439

I've also decided to mirror these guys on share.tube so that we can have their creative commons stuff on #peertube too. @lorenzosmirror
#linux #ubuntustudio #music
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VLC alcanza tres mil millones de descargas. No es de extrañar, dado que desde su existencia, es uno de los reproductores multimedia más completos que existen. 🎞️🎵🔊
#VLC, #multimedia, #SoftwareLibre, #OpenSource.


 
Immagine/foto
Immagine/foto
Immagine/foto
Immagine/foto
VLC alcanza tres mil millones de descargas. No es de extrañar, dado que desde su existencia, es uno de los reproductores multimedia más completos que existen. 🎞️🎵🔊
#VLC, #multimedia, #SoftwareLibre, #OpenSource.