Another blog post with the results of the #osr survey by Brendan S. and Ben Milton
necropraxis.com/2018/12/13/osr
I'm not sure what to make of it other than I agree with rules being more important than the commercial aspects, me being a DIY-wannabe. Do the graphs tell you a different story?

One reason to ❤️ Tutanota. 😍 Check out our new website: tutanota.com

So, I've imported ~25Gb of music from the Free Music Archive on open.audio using this method.

It worked beautifully, and it's now available for the whole #Funkwhale federation. Follow this library from your Funkwhale instance and you'll have access to it:

open.audio/federation/music/li

You can also visit open.audio/library/ directly to listen to all this new content! (you don't need an account ;)

Facebook's patented technology can predict who else lives in your household based on the images you upload. Perhaps you should've kept them on your own server?

buzzfeednews.com/article/nicol

#AllInOneAlternatives are sites that offer a range of privacy-aware decentralised alternatives.

@disroot - Based in the Netherlands, run by volunteers and supported by donations
disroot.org/

@Framasoft - Perhaps France's most prominent advocate for open software and online privacy
framasoft.org/?l=en

@wehost - Based in the Netherlands, a non-profit privacy-conscious service provider paid for by subscriptions
weho.st/

#AlternativesAtoZ #Alternatives

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Okular is a fantastic KDE app that lets you view and annotate various document formats, including PDFs.

Did we mention it is fantastic? Well, you can help us make it even better!

Join us tomorrow, November 17, for an all-day bug-hunting session in #kde-bugs IRC channel on freenode.

More details about the Okular Bug Day here:
andrewcrouthamel.wordpress.com

@deadsuperhero
It will a nice short story. But with a more lab feel... not reahibilation but experiences on humans

A win for privacy: Court has ruled that forcing someone to reveal their password is a violation of constitutional rights against self-incrimination. 😀💪
nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2018/

Here's how we protect your Tutanota password and your encrypted mailbox: tutanota.com/blog/posts/innova

In case you missed it, switching.social has a search page for public domain eBooks:

switching.social/public-domain

It uses a custom DuckDuckGo search for ebooks in Gutenberg, Adelaide University, Wikisource, Gutenberg Australia, Gutenberg Canada, Faded Page, Standard eBooks, Runeberg.org, Lonnrot.net and dbnl.org

If you know of any other sources of PD eBooks, especially non-English sources, let me know.

#eBooks #PublicDomain #Books #Literature #Libre

Research of almost 1m Android apps reveals how data from smartphones are harvested and shared, with nearly 90 per cent of apps set up to transfer information back to Google. Best get all your apps from @fdroidorg - guaranteed no data sharing with Google! 😀
arxiv.org/pdf/1804.03603.pdf

.@nextcloud founder wins €20,000 award 🏆 and immediately donates winnings 💰 to joint Nextcloud - KDE e.V. fund to promote inclusiveness.

dot.kde.org/2018/10/30/nextclo

Drawing beautiful maps programmatically with R, sf and ggplot2 — Part 3: Layouts link.rweekly.org/c90

RT @gkiely@twitter.com: Just in @UChicagoPress@twitter.com: "@lessig lays out a working definition and theory of corruption that is at once simple and comprehensive, a devastating argument that #America is racing for the cliff's edge of structural, possibly irreversible tyranny." - @doctorow@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gkiely/status/1054

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