ForgeFed is a project aiming to define a protocol and a vocabulary for federation of project hosting and collaboration platforms (forges), and get it implemented in the existing forges such as GitLab CE, Gitea and so on.
Federation is based on ActivityPub with some tweaks and new vocabulary :)
I'm working on a demo, implementing federation in a forge called Vervis. Earlier today I deployed 2 test instances for this! More details and links soon :)
@bartleby @firstname.lastname@example.org Yeah, protonmail clarified that it's BS. However: Did anyone try to use proton over the TBB bundle? It's ridiculously bad. That article is also correct on metadata. Metadata has to be protected too (but with regular e-mail it isn't.
What about Confidantmail?
Any long-time user here? We should be starting using something like that....
@cameron You can also install android in a VM. I tried that with virtualbox and it was working fine.
This is how state authorities in Germany try to put pressure on internet sevices (in this case posteo):
@lattera Here is protonmail's answer to the whole story:
@DashEquals I see. What's the idea behind social.librem.one not having a public timeline? I mean anyone can register.
@antaeus What a shame. And basically the whole world is buying machines with that piece of backdoored junk (called Intel CPU with Intel ME) like there is no tomorrow. Silly (thinking also of the Huawei story right now)...
@cwebber As a sidenote: I'm glad every time if I see someone who cares about using GitLab (or similar) instead of Micro$oftGithub.
@cameron How has it been going with Seamonkey? They say the project seems to be understaffed but to be honest I liked it better than Firefox.
Linux rocks. Let me correct myself: GNU/Linux rocks! There should be a Richard Stallman emoji. And a Torvalds one.
Actually those emojis are available by now!
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...