I'm: * letsencrypt
* postfix/exim + dovecot + DKIM + SpamAssassin + ClamAV + SPF + roundcube [K-9 Mail/Thunderbird/mutt]
* Radicale [DAVx5 + Etar]
* nginx + cobalt.rs + flask.py
* Syncthing + borgbackup
Web: scientist trying to link two documents together
Web 2.0: greedy fuckers trying to make a billion dollars
web3: greedy fuckers trying to make a billion dollars while burning down your habitat
web0: a timeless and ongoing attempt to unfuck things and move forward in a way that enables individuals to seize the means of communication. If we succeed, no one makes a billion dollars but we protect these fragile things we call human rights and democracy.
FBI document shows what data can be obtained from encrypted messaging apps
I cannot stress enough how important it is to understand that Apple, Google, or Amazon can simply _decide_ to remove access to anything you've "purchased", including many physical goods (if they are internet-connected and running proprietary software), and you have absolutely no recourse.
I mean I can see the benefit of Docker if you're running some multi-node distributed scalable corporate behemoth, but it's weird that the default way you're supposed to run open source web software now is within it. We really don't need more unnecessary layers of crud.
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