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In the interests of full disclosure we are still using FB and Twitter but generally winding down across 2018

@apertus @OpenSource @Mastodon
Nice list.
However, Telegram has some serious security concerns. I think Signal and Wire are better choices at the moment.

@wakingrufus @OpenSource I just tooted how I am slowly moving to Telegram, what are those security concerns, can you share some links?

@apertus just had a read of your thoughts about using the socials run by #TheStacks and I have some tips.
@apertus totally agree with you about decentralizing web video. Check out #WebTorrent (demo: bitchute.com but ignore the shit content)
@apertus #Mautik (self-hosted or hosted by the developers) is probably the best replacement if you need MailChimp's extra bells and whistles
@apertus finally, check out disroot.org for a demo of a wide range of self-hosted, free code packages

@apertus
> Darktable
Misses the point of Snapseed. Snapseed is made to edit on the go.
> IRC
*starts laughing*
If you have mentioned #Telegram, then why don't you propose it again? It's much more convenient and suitable for chats.

@USBloveDog @apertus it's not. It's simple, and it's its only advantage, if not counting that it's lightweight.

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