November’s digest is out. In this issue: Digital public infrastructure • Radicle • EFF podcast
Why open standards and interoperability is key to breaking the dominance of tech monopolies - a post from me on redecentralize.org :)
The January @redecentralize re-digest is out! https://redecentralize.org/redigest/2020/01
-> featuring decentralised social media, comparing federated and p2p approaches incl mastodon & scuttlebutt; org and tech comparison of IPFS & DAT; what makes decentralisation hard & why decentralise; ditching 3rd party cookies & upcoming events!
Discussions around decentralised identity, DIDs, and verifiable claims at #redecentralize
(I'm particularly interested in verifiable claims from an Open Badges and digital credentials point of view)
“We can't expect to raze and burn the existing web, we need to take our decentralized technologies to "regular" web users — this is why browser addons are important, and why I started working on patchfox.org, a #Firefox addon that's a Secure Scuttlebutt client…” #ssb #moztechspeakers
It's Irina now (organiser of #redecentralize) talking about decentralisation, Big Tech, and privacy. What can we do in terms of policy (breaking things open!)
🎉 Redecentralize UnConference this Friday in London: https://redecentralize.org/events/2019-conference/ Come 😀
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