Zoom acquired Keybase today.
Keybase helped me to identify a trend in the software industry: using a pretty UI to cover up the disruption of an open ecosystem with a closed, centralized replacement. Keybase seemed cool on the face of it - making encryption easier is a laudible goal, and PGP certainly could use the improvement. But, thanks to Keybase, now I ask different questions upfront.
Beware the Keybase formula:
1. Integrates with an existing, open ecosystem
2. May have open-source clients, but server is closed source and does not federate
3. Pretty UI and good marketing
4. VC funded
We're slowly making progress towards our first product. It's a standard 65% PCB with hotswap sockets. It's powered by the open source software QMK and it features a standard ISO-layout to fit as much people as possible.
Our goal is to make custom keyboards easy and available for everyone.
My phone is barely holding on, and I need a dual-sim anyway, so I am now forced to get a Google Play phone, with no LineageOS support for the foreseeable future... :(
I guess I should try to remove Google Play Services, if at all possible... Samsung has it's own stuff... Maybe my only option is Huawei...?
Unfortunately OnePlus is not available here, otherwise they seem to be the most friendly for custom OS.
I'm surprised remote unlocking of LUKS partitions via ssh isn't built into standard installations of CentOS.
Is full disk encryption on remote servers not a common requirement?
I don't know of any other way to ensure data is "wiped"/inaccessible on drives physically not under my control. Drives that may be used by others in the future.
Looking forward to CentOS 8, so I can finally have a Nextcloud install without external PHP repos.
I think I'll start from a fresh install and not an upgrade, although it's going to be hours of work...
Maybe an opportunity to finally setup an Ansible script.
I don't understand... Search engines are going to PAY Google??
How is this an improvement?
So if you don't want other search engines to pay Google, you actually need to select Google at the screen and then change it later on from settings...
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