I want to gauge interest in a podcast/video series about cryptography and game design.
It would feature stuff like mental poker and other "provably fair" games, secure multi-party computation, and p2p implementations which reflect the adversarial nature of the game in question. The field is fascinating and as far as I know there aren't any shows covering it.
Please favourite or reply if you'd be interested in such a thing.
There was a little bump, but two hours to go and it's still far away from the finish line. Turns out I'm not an influencer 😩
There's four hours to go on this kickstarter card game I backed called "Corrugated Jungle" (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sirbob/corrugated-jungle/description), and it doesn't look like it'll make it.
It's pretty cheap for what it promises, and the gameplay looks pretty novel. It features cute animals illustrated in the style of cardboard models of animals, and revolves around a theme of recycling. It comes printed on a sheet of postcard material which you cut, or you can order it pre-cut. Backing it now might make a difference.
CryptPad 3.20.1 includes some important bug fixes for our spreadsheet editor and a number of minor fixes and usability improvements.
See the full release notes on GitHub (https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.20.1) or try it out directly on https://cryptpad.fr
CryptPad 3.20.0 is now live on https://cryptpad.fr! 🎉
It features some nice security improvements and a lot of small tweaks to enhance usability. The full release notes are available on GitHub with all the details: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.20.0
> Do you think people will understand the value of privacy due to the 'cancel' culture now?
I mean, sure, throw your money into privacy-preserving tech AND shut up in public? Sounds like a win-win to me.
While half of our team has been working on some much-needed documentation, the other half has been finding and fixing bugs. CryptPad v3.19.1 is a minor release to make more of those fixes available sooner.
See the full release notes on GitHub: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.19.1
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