#Mastalab release 1.10.1 is available on Google Play.
- Cross-account follows
- Cross-account sharing
- Fix a scroll issue
- Custom fields in profiles
- Custom emoji in profiles
- Delete & re-draft
- DeepL API - Needs a key.
- Tag search in tabs
- Twitter mentions clickable
- Automatically split content when > 500 (option, default disabled)
- New translations
- Some other bug fixes
The thoughts are from FLOCK 2017 but they show what #fedora is about:
These interviews show how the Fedora community brings together more than just technology. It's a lot about friendship and being supportive to each other.
I really recommend to join us some day to have fun :) If you don't want to stay, that's fine, but maybe try it, you won't regret it ;)
Politics, TV and cryptography. It's not the best combination…
Happy birthday @gnome
With an age of twenty one
A lot of people know you, Gnome.
Version 1 was a good start,
Version 2 was like art,
at least for some,
but you moved on to version 3
to keep up with KDE
and showed us the future of the top
as first choice for a Linux Desktop!
Maybe related to the new PMF feature.
What it is, what it protects you from and how to collect some information about the problem you get in the newest Fedora Magazine article:
"Troubleshooting PMF for more secure WiFi on Fedora 28"
I'm really amazed.
Looks like some airlines don't even know that non-HTML mails exist (or are fine with ignoring it)
And some other travel portals send you plain-text emails stating: "To be able to read this email, please enable HTML view".
Not sure what to say about that… Besides "I'll never book there again"
Some basics for your daily security:
Of course you can replace #LastPass with any password manager of your choice.
Things you may want to checkout:
- #Bitwarden (very user friendly but in one way or another cloud based)
- #KeePass(XC) (very traditional, works fine, can be synced between devices, but you have to do it yourself)
- #pass (CLI based, sync works through git, has some GUI clients with different levels of usability)
Many people want to change the fediverse but just like activism I think people need to consider the scope of what they can change. Start small. You can change seething for 1-5 people with relative ease compared to 1,000, and 1,000 is easier than 50,000. Sure its good to aspire, but practically, small change it better than no change. zB if people want to change the culture of picking instances, start with one instance, don't expect that the whole fediverse will adopt your ideas.
From TODAY most remaining #Symantec #SSL #TLS certificates will no longer be trusted. If you observe "connection not secure" error on a familiar site after updating your copy of Nightly, this is likely the cause.
HP OfficeJet multi-function Printer Fax machines are a massive security problem #HPOfficeJet https://mybroadband.co.za/news/security/271727-fax-machines-are-a-massive-security-problem.html
I think it's sad but probably right:
I don't know any bigger successful software company that sells FLOSS software only to end users and can pay team of developers.
Companies and organisations like Mozilla, the libreoffice foundation or RedHat make their money by getting it from other companies.
Android only makes it to the end users "desktop" because they buy the devices, not because they are willing to pay for the OS.
Feel free to point out that I'm wrong.
Just an idea for an alternative to CAPTCHAs:
Provide a picture from sites like unsplash.com then order the registering person to describe the picture in a 500 characters (yes, toot size).
This is shown to 3-5 people that are online on an instance, website, …
They can decide if this description fits the picture or not.
Not sure how perfect it would work but maybe worth to be discussed.
I recently started to use HTTPS Everywhere in "enforced" mode, means blocking all HTTP sites and on my smartphone simply blocked access to port 80 for browsers (with reasonable exceptions for things like CRLs).
There are quite a lot sites out there linking to HTTP sites or still don't run HTTPS.
Please check that your site doesn't do such a nonsense. It's dangerous for everyone:
If you love runtimes and #FlatpakApps, you are going to love the new developments going on right now! Check out Alexander Larsson's article from Planet Gnome: https://blogs.gnome.org/alexl/2018/08/10/the-birth-of-a-new-runtime/