Logged into #secondlife for the first time in *ages*. Pleasantly surprised how easy it was to install the Firestorm viewer on #Manjaro Linux. The last time I tried was on some Ubuntu version or other, can't remember. It helps, of course, that the Firestorm team provides a 64bit version.
I'm still not sure if I want to get back there again. Most of my old friends seem to have quit entirely, the places I used to hang out seem mostly gone.
Humans. You stop paying attention for a few hundred centuries, and look at what they've done. Who the hell are these "Anon" people???
@protonvpn Today I installed the Linux command line client on my 32bit Debian unstable laptop. Works great. It's so hard these days to find projects that still run on old but perfectly usable hardware, so thank you. You people are awesome 😘
Working on ditching the #secondlife look. First draft.
Ich hätte da einen Vorschlag, wie man die Gästelisten in Restaurants datenschutzfreundlich digitalisieren könnte. Das war eigentlich eine Antwort auf einen Toot von Herrn Kelber, daher hier noch mal für meine allgemeine Timeline:
@e_mydata Now that MicroG supports the Exposure Notifications API, is this feature coming to /e/? Thanks.
@keyoxide First off, thank you - for your work, and also for the way you respond to toots. I find it important to say that once in a while 😊.
Now, I have a question. I'm selfhosting, but not using docker. I installed from git, set up a systemd service for the node command, and put it behind an Apache reverse proxy. I just pulled, and now QR codes aren't being generated anymore. Are there any new requirements I need to install to get this back? Commit: 3f05acb0c8a6605696fc85c39bb34c125d5884ef
@keyoxide I looked into generating the XMPP / OMEMO URI with Gajim, and it's actually not as difficult as the Keyoxide documentation makes it sound. You just need a phone with a barcode scanner. In an OMEMO encrypted conversation in Gajim, click on the shield at the bottom, then "Own Fingerprint", then scan the code with a generic barcode scanner (not Conversations).
@keyoxide I want to see if I understand something correctly...
The proof page is being generated on the fly by the browser, right? So if I embed an iframe on a contact page with the source in the form of https://keyoxide.org/<keyfingerprint>, wouldn't that protect my e-mail address from spam bots crawling the web for e-mail addresses?
@e_mydata Something wrong with your website...
I just noticed that @protonmail quietly snuk by a Github release including an APK. Nice. While push notifications are apparently still Google dependent, at least it's installable from somewhere other than the Play Store - which means it's installable on degoogled LineageOS (without having to resort to grey-area solutions like Aurora or Yalp store.) Thanks!
The problem with #TikTok is not whether it is based in China or the US. The problem with TikTok is TikTok:
https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/problem-with-tiktok The US ban of TikTok suggests that surveillance via social media giants is okay, but not when the surveillance is being done by China. While TikTok might be one of the worst surveillance machines, we have to understand that surveillance is always bad. Let's fight for our right to #privacy. 💪
@keyoxide Thanks for updating the documentation on how to remove proofs. I messed up when adding one specific proof. I had to restore my key from backup and start from scratch because I couldn't find anything about this anywhere, except for one thread on superuser which never got an answer. Apparently, notations are not a widely used feature of PGP / GPG...
Just go and wear a fucking #mask already instead of bitching at the employees. Fucking babies. </rant>
(Sorry. This just needed to get out. I had an especially bad morning with those idiots.)
@protonmail Do you know of any issues with the Bridge and Thunderbird 78? I keep getting "Unable to log in at server. Probably wrong configuration, user name, or password." On Thunderbird 68, from the Debian repositories, it works just fine, and other (non-Proton) e-mail accounts also work in 78.
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