CryptPad v3.11.0 (LabradorDuck) is deployed to http://CryptPad.fr and released on GitHub.
Users can now opt-in to using "safe links" which remove the cryptographic keys from your address bar when possible. See our release notes for more info: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.11.0
Step 1. Make sure you don't have any old Trello boards set to public.
Step 2. Try out https://CryptPad.fr/kanban/
It doesn't yet match Trello's feature set, but its end-to-end-encryption makes it unlikely to end up on the front page of Google.
We've planned a big round of improvements over the next few months, including markdown support, comments on cards, tags. and a sleeker interface.
Designing for privacy is as much about preventing accidents as stopping bad actors.
Google indexes Trello boards and uncovers passwords, API keys, bank account information, and more.
David has been working hard to make CryptPad more user-friendly. This is a great opportunity to get involved in the conversation. Say hi, grab a few stickers, and tell us how you've been using CryptPad!
I'll be at #FOSDEM this weekend if anyone wants to chat about @firstname.lastname@example.org. OW2 stand Saturday from 2pm to 4pm, and around until Sunday afternoon. see you there!
The GDPR is broadly considered the global standard, but even it is really soft when it comes to the definition of legitimate use-cases for data processing. So-called legitimate use cases can entirely bypass consent.
The problem is that these legit cases are evaluated and argued by people that don't understand better alternatives than the status quo.
We could do a lot better.
I'm watching the Data Privacy Day 2020 live stream (https://staysafeonline.org/dpd20-live/) and I've spent about half of the time yelling at my screen.
There have been a few great speakers and panelists, but the demographic skews really heavily to the corporate/lawyer side of things.
If these are really the most authoritative voices they could find on the topic I can't imagine they spent a long time looking.
Happy Republic day #india
CryptPad continues to be the *only* app suite that takes user privacy seriously.
Think 'Google Docs' but without mining and selling your personal data. https://twitter.com/cryptpad/status/1220046500341977088
CryptPad 3.10.0 is live on http://CryptPad.fr and released on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.10.0). It introduces self-destructing pads and lots of spreadsheet improvements: viewing/editing for unregistered users, XLSX import/export, and more...
We've tagged CryptPad v3.9.0 on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.9.0).
It includes relatively few bug fixes and features. Instead, we worked to simplify and standardize server configuration for the 300+ other admins hosting CryptPad.
Yep, it's that easy! 😂😭
🎨 by @TommySiegel
We've just published our first blog post in a while: https://blog.cryptpad.fr/2019/12/31/Looking-back-looking-forward/ in which we reflect on 2019 and announce our plans for 2020.
We wish you you all a safe, happy, and private new year.
CryptPad v3.8.0 introduces the ability to suppress notifications from users that annoy you and to invite users to teams via one-time-use links. This is our last release of the year, as we'll be taking some time to gear up for 2020!