CryptPad 3.14.0 has been deployed to http://cryptpad.fr and released on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/3.14.0). We've made major improvements to our encrypted kanban app and worked on improving server performance to keep up with demand as more people #WFH.
Medical company threatens to sue volunteers that 3D-printed valves for life-saving #coronavirus treatments
⚠️🚫 major fuck up on EasyList (used by uBlock, Adblock, etc) started blocking all third party requests to .xyz .site .pro .best .club .space .info .bid this morning
update the list if your internet is broken
covid-19, open source ventilators, WIP, folks w/relevant skills?
"There are people working on medical devices, such as open source ventilators, so people have a fast and easy solution that can be reproduced and assembled locally worldwide.
If you have any skills that you consider might help, join the Helpful Engineering group: "
Fast forward to New Year's Eve 2029. Everybody is writing their top 10 memories of the decade on whatever medium has replaced blogs and social networking as we know it. Everyone who is still alive laughs and relives the memories of dancing to the coronavirus song during self-quarantine. Children born in the winter of 2020-2021 cringe as their parents recount their memories of being cooped up together.
For anyone who's worried about their online collaboration tools staying up, now is a great time to consider hosting open-source services for yourself! Our platform's code (and many others) are listed in this collection on GitHub: https://github.com/awesome-selfhosted/awesome-selfhosted#office-suites
CryptPad v3.13.0 (aka NorthernWhiteRhino) is now live on http://CryptPad.fr! It introduces the ability to limit access to a pad via an "access list". See the full release notes on GitHub for more info: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.13.0
People depend on your project. Every time they do, roll a die. If they roll less than the number of bugs they yell at you, otherwise increase your street cred by 1.
If your pitch included secret information also roll for poor op-sec.
You have a pet project. It has 1 bug. Every time you pitch your project, roll a die. If the result is less than your street cred then increase your street cred by 1, otherwise your software gains 1 bug.
I just saw some videos on bird site of fires in Paris. Having lived in the city for several years with a flat and a workplace in close proximity to much of the action:
1. It looks worse than it is.
2. The cops by far are the most dangerous element involved.
3. Parisians typically react with mild annoyance to the associated transit delays. Nobody cares about that burning car over there.
4. The worst damage I ever saw was a result of the world cup celebration, not a protest.
CryptPad v3.12.0 (Megaloceros) is live on http://CryptPad.fr and tagged on GitHub!
Users can now delete pad and account history to save space and easily make copies of pads in their drive. See the release notes on GitHub for details: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.12.0!
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