This is a stream/feed/river (or whatever you want to call it) of short posts that I write over time. If I feel like it I also repost to my Mastodon and/or Twitter account. Such posts are marked with and/or , respectively.
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This is interesting. Having access to the internet is becoming "a right" as The House Passed Legislation to Keep People Online
I was blown away by how much has Xournal++ improved since the last time I tried it.
If you're using a stylus or touchscreen (ideally both) give it a try: https://github.com/xournalpp/xournalpp
I'm all for Make America Great Again!
Btw, America includes Mexico, Canada, Brasil, Venezuela, ... :-)
(overheard in a talk given by Tomáš Sedláček)
Just signed the Declaration of Digital Independence. I'm not sure if it changes anything but it's definitely the right thing to do.
Inkscape version 1.0 released! It's full of exciting improvements.
Attempting to institutionalize backdoors into private encrypted communication should be unconstitutional. This happens over and over again. For example now in the Congress, see https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2020/04/15/signal-well-be-eaten-alive-by-earn-it-acts-anti-encryption-wolves/
Managed to export my Mastodon posts to my website, in order to keep my content under my control (#indieweb). All that was needed was a short #Haskell script. For details see https://nest.jakl.one/posts/2020-04-30-exporting-mastodon-posts/
Darius Kazemi (the internet bot artist) has written two articles about the importance of small decentralised social networks:
Germany builds a Covid-19 tracing app with decentralized storage
I can post both to Mastodon and Twitter from my blog via brid.gy! I'm still not sure how to turn my website into an ActivityPub endpoint but otherwise I'm really pleased with #indieweb!