As the students were leaving for the afternoon, I went out a front door of the building with a colleague. We waved to the buses. As we turned back, we noticed a plant, beside one of the planted shrubs. As science teachers, both turned to look at each other with raised eyebrows. We got a plastic pot and dug up the plant. Then we walked it down to the principal's office. He wasn't there, so we just left it on his desk with a note telling him where we'd found it. He was not happy.
Excellent news - we’ll be hooking this into Matrix’s E2EE as soon as it’s ready, giving full E2EE video conferences at last!!
Straight from the Jitsi kitchen, end-to-end encrypted meetings coming soon: https://jitsi.org/e2ee
I wrote a little blog post on why we in the Free Software movement need to have understanding, love and outstretched arms:
#DerStandard schreibt: 'Videochat ohne Datenspionage: #FreieSoftware macht es möglich' https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000116203521/videochat-ohne-datenspionage-freie-software-macht-es-moeglich
If you want to share a file with a friend or colleague, you don't have to trust a third party service. You can use OnionShare.
The newest version even lets you publish static websites as onion services.
https://blog.torproject.org/new-version-onionshare-makes-it-easy-anyone-publish-anonymous-uncensorable-websites-0 onionshare.org #onionizetheweb
An jeder Ecke wird gerade Zoom für Videokonferenzen empfohlen. Wer die Datenschutzerklärung gelesen und verstanden hat, wird Zoom vermutlich nicht nutzen wollen. Absolut gruselig.
Here in Karlsruhe it's a bad reality ... I can understand taking precautions ... but what happened here ... they all found this recipe ...
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