@teller I agree with you on both points. I, too, have been wondering about whether setting up an account for the nonprofit I work for would be a way to help people learn of our work and engage with us. But, I do like the "individual" ethos here right now, and, as you said, too many other channels right now. Still, it's something I will keep monitoring. There may be a point where that makes sense.
So, Wire (http://wire.com/) has started opening its server-side code:
They had already released a subset of the client code (same location as above) and have committed to releasing both client & server source code in full.
A review of Wire's security by @veorq and @marver can be found here: https://research.kudelskisecurity.com/2017/02/09/wire-cryptography-audit-with-x41-d-sec/
Wire has started open sourcing its server. Easy self-hosting and federation in the future. https://medium.com/wire-news/open-sourcing-wire-server-code-ef7866a731d5
Old Skype team mates are building some cool delivery robots. Not bad for Estonian tech startup to end up on Kimmel show. https://youtu.be/T-tTsx-wzh8
Amazing that Skype can't get this under control. Been going on for a year at least. https://mastodon.social/media/TTT7RBoBSmxl-dN7Xrk
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