#GNOMEChallenge project init.OSS is designed to help users with a range of skill levels, from beginner to advanced, contribute to #FOSS projects. For beginners, there are programming tutorials, and for more advanced users, suggested issues to resolve.
init.OSS founder, Sam Robbins, is a Computer Science Student at Durham University. You can help his project by contributing to the repository here: https://github.com/init-OSS/initoss
Considering it. Just need to look into the how. I do have two personal VPSs.
Yes I'm occasionally active on the @privacytools channel in #Element, and I love what @matrix are doing, so it's definitely something I've considered. I'd mainly want somewhere public I could get likeminded people together to discuss what I term #freelearning - #elearning created using #FOSS.
@lps Indeed. It baffles me, but I try to see it objectively too, which is easier when I remember that I was once in the same position: not caring much for privacy and security. It's amazing what's changed in the last two years since I discovered Snowden, related people/topics and this whole amazing community.
I can really relate to everything you mention in this post. It's like reading my own story. I had an especially similar moment recently when asked by my work to give feedback about our home working, in which I proposed all home workers start using the company #VPN. I don't expect much will come of it but I also trust our IT's decision.
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Someone please explain how I can manage my OTPs with the Yubikey Authenticator 'ykman' #CLI tool (now that there is a bug in the #GUI preventing normal launch. The CLI is confusing me. It says (correctly) I have slot 1 programmed on my key (multiple 2FA creds for various sites), but I can't see any way of listing or using them.
Hello Mastodon! We are looking for a consultant to write some guides on how to protect yourself from online tracking.
So if you have technical experience on the topic, know github and markdown and are capable of writing easy to follow guides for non technical audience... this is for you!
Example of guides: https://privacyinternational.org/guide-step/3952/telegram-account-settings
Terms of references and instructions to make a proposal:
Did you know that the Security Education Companion has a lesson plan builder? Organize your chosen lessons to prepare for your next security training opportunity. https://sec.eff.org/lesson-plan
Yeah I figure it's doable. May not even get the damned thing (partner wants it), but if we do I want to know I can keep an eye on what it's doing.
Indeed, I had a mind to install Wireshark this morning and become reacquainted with it. I have my network locked down pretty well, and the router has a traffic monitoring feature, but it doesn't seem to work.
Currently I have a guest network available which is blocked from having access to the #LAN. I suppose I could connect the display to this network and also block access to the internet...