Just watched Chris Adams talk at #36c3 about "Reducing Carbon in the Digital Realm" and found the attached slide very interesting.
Try to keep this in mind next time you think about replacing your device with a new one - or to keep using your current device for a little bit longer.
"BSI: #OpenPGP? Ja, nein, vielleicht " https://www.golem.de/news/bsi-openpgp-ja-nein-vielleicht-1912-145677.html
Wow, FB and Google were explicitly condemned by Amnesty International: "Google and Facebook's insidious control of our digital lives undermines the very essence of privacy and is one of the defining human rights challenges of our era"
Coming to #36c3? We (well neal) will also be there! Reach out and let's talk about Sequoia, OpenPGP, etc.
Did you know that this past Friday was Friday the 0.13th?! Really, on Friday we released version 0.13 of Sequoia! If all goes well, this will be our last prerelease: at the end of January we plan to release v1.0! As such, now would be a great time to check out the API and report any issues. https://docs.sequoia-pgp.org/sequoia_openpgp/
It's the end of 2019 and there still is no decent, usable, #PGP-enabled e-mail client that I could roll-out to regular, non tech-savvy users without feeling bad.
10 years ago that would have been #KMail. But KMail shot itself in the foot, knee, and hip with Akonadi.
#Kube just crashed on me because I tried to reply to a signed e-mail.
Anybody any other suggestions?
We are working on a new OpenPGP implementation in Rust. It's cool. Check us out at https://sequoia-pgp.org .
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