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My Irnik

A young father teaches his son about the value of shared adventures, exploration and his ancestral Inuit heritage. Set in Arctic Canada, Conor, a young father and a native of Montreal fell in love with the northern way of life and with a woman from there. Now, with a young family, he helps to pass on the native traditions and ancestral culture to his son, as he learns them himself. In this surreal landscape and isolated community, these two are bonding over a shared love of the outdoors, dogsledding, exploration and new adventures.

#MyIrnik #documentary #film #family #sharing #outdoor #outdoors #adventures #exploration #Inuit #heritage #way-of-life #people #community #MyIrnikFilm #HoodVisuals #docu-films


Is Anbox needed on Ubuntu Touch or does it hinder free software?

And... what is 'dogfooding' anyway?

Find out more in this #Audiocast while #community members Wayne and Joe discuss #Anbox - the controversial and exciting upcoming #UbuntuTouch feature and 'dogfooding' (what it means and why it matters) and more...


Die afrobolivianische Community: Boliviens schwarzer König #Schwarze #Community #ReiselandBolivien #Reise #Gesellschaft #Reiseland


Unsung heroes of the Nextcloud Community: Bernhard Posselt

It’s a classic libre software contributor story: Someone uses a tool, and adds to it a missing feature they want. Nextcloud contributor Bernhard Posselt got started this way and became a central member of the Nextcloud community.

He is based in Austria, studied Software Engineering, programs mostly in Java (Spring), and tries to find time to learn Haskell and Rust. Next step: Diving into Idris.

Like many, the first libre software he remembers using is Firefox. Later, Beryl (renamed Compiz) got him interested in Linux, before Windows Vista slowdowns fully pushed him over the edge: “Been toying with it for a bit and migrated fully after my new 2000€ Sony Vaio Laptop proved unable to run Vista at appropriate speeds”, he said.
The last step from user to libre software contributor was a small one for Bernhard: “I think it was sometime back in 2010 and 2011, when I wanted to migrate away from Google. I ran ownCloud for calendar and contact sync, but a decent RSS reader was missing. I took to IRC to complain about it in their channel, took a look at the linked repo, made changes, sent way too many pull requests, and got rewarded push access.”

News Reader

Like many libre software contributors, Bernhard got started as a student. At the time working on the Nextcloud News app as a student, to then take over development of the app as a volunteer for ownCloud a few months later. As a perfectionist, he quickly felt like the development model of, (in his own words) “writing templates with back-end code sprinkled in between”, made proper testing harder than it needed to be. Eventually a solution was found: “I started working on a basic dependency injection container, middleware, database layer and controllers, later integrated into ownCloud. I know, don’t reinvent the wheel, but Symfony was not trivial to integrate and would have broken things in its way.”

When asked about the most challenging aspects of his work on the Nextcloud App, Bernhard retorts unexpectedly. Communicating with users is something that cost him a lot of time and effort. “Communication over text is by far the biggest challenge, followed by the tech stack. The app itself is pretty popular so there are a lot of feature requests. I rejected a high number of them because they are out of scope (e.g. Twitter API integration, a Yahoo Pipelines like way to filter feeds). It is very hard to communicate via text only. You get several essays into explaining why feature X won’t be implemented in avoiding hurting feelings of ideas rejected. They also put work into writing the issue, so that’s understandable.”

A lesson learnt: Asking of a single volunteer contributor to implement many features can overwhelm. “Adding features actually makes it harder to change or improve an app. You have very strictly consider implementation, and shove off as much as you can into third party additions. People are very lazy, yet very demanding. Many feature requests fit the bill of being solved using the well documented plugin API. Ultimately no one did anything with it, not even ask questions. I know not everyone is a developer, but somehow that failed.”

Joining Nextcloud

He joined the inception of Nextcloud, mostly due to being uncomfortable with ownCloud’s business model. “It was widely known that ownCloud was funded by venture capital. These guys usually don’t think long term, and cash out after a few years once growth declines, selling their shares to the highest bidder. Worst case scenario the new owner would have gone fully closed source, or crippled the libre software version. We all know what happened when Sun was bought by Oracle.”

Unfortunately, Bernhard’s migration wasn’t as peaceful as one could wish: “I got various angry messages on IRC telling me that I wasn’t allowed to move the repo since it belonged to ownCloud Inc. asking me to take down my ‘Nextcloud News’ titled app from the ownCloud store. I realized then that Nextcloud could very likely be cut off from the store altogether”. To the contrary, this contributed to his motivation to join Nextcloud, where he made his presence felt by building the missing store he was kicked out of: “I prototyped something that worked in a few days with Django, and got the basic store up and running in a month.”


Now in a very demanding job, and sporting two small kids, he has less leftover time for contributions. Still he does his best to keep active in the community. Wishes for the future: “Currently the server does not yet support nightly channels, making it harder to get quick feedback. The Cron system has a few race conditions sometimes preventing the feed update from running after an upgrade. Sometimes I’m wondering if people think about error handling at all. As for distributing things over the App Store: Things should be “easy enough” to get going. The certificate is obviously a bit of a hurdle, but well documented and in hindsight a good decision.”

Having brought countless improvements to Nextcloud – he then helped update outdated developer documentation, and added an app scaffolding tool (ocdev) now integrated into the store – Bernhard now focuses on what he considers the most essential part of his contribution: “Since my time is now very limited, I unfortunately had to give up working on the News app and only maintain the store. If you want to see further development being done on News, please drop by our issue tracker.”
#blog, #community


Moodle x Nextcloud: “I enjoy being a part of two open source communities whose efforts empower many people”

You may have heard about the release of Moodle 3.6, which comes with built-in Nextcloud and was announced last Monday. A great occasion to get to know one of the great minds behind the project: Jan Dageförde, from the University of Münster, who answered a few questions for us.

Who are you and where are you from?

I am a PhD student in information systems at the University of Münster, Germany. As part of my work for the university, I co-lead the technical team that is responsible for the development and operations of Learnweb, which is a Moodle-based e-learning platform that we offer to more than 45,000 students and 7,500 employees of our University. In that context, my colleagues, a few students, and I developed solutions that integrate Moodle with Nextcloud.

What motivated you to work on Moodle integration in Nextcloud?

In 2015, a consortium of 26 universities launched sciebo, a private cloud storage service that can be used by all staff and students who are affiliated with the University of Münster or one of several other institutions from North Rhine-Westphalia. Like Learnweb, sciebo is based on open source software. However, at that time there was no integration between Learnweb and sciebo, so it was rather complicated to use the two services in combination. This is why, at the end of 2015, we – that is my colleague Tobias Reischmann and I – decided to collaborate with our university’s centre for IT infrastructure to create software that integrates these services in a user-friendly way.

How did that go and who did you work with?

In order to start off the integration, we offered a project seminar, which is an elective module for bachelor students of information systems. We were overwhelmed by the sheer number of students who were willing to contribute to the integration. Unfortunately, we could not accept all of them, but we were lucky to work with a group of five motivated students including Nina Herrmann, Lukas Biermann, and Wladislaw Iwanzow. Over the course of one semester, in the winter term of 2016/17, Tobias and I merely served as mentors while the students self-organised their project, conceived ideas for what an integration could look like, and implemented a set of plugins that actually realised this integration.

From the start, our aim was to implement the integration not just with our university in mind, but in a way that the results could be shared with other members from the communities. But even though we held the students to this high standard, we were happy with how they mastered their project seminar and were very proud of their results. They managed to implement the OAuth 2 protocol that is leveraged by the integration for authorising the e-learning platform to manage files on the cloud storage. This required one plugin on each of both ends, which they delivered in production-ready quality. In addition to that, they implemented a prototype of a Moodle activity module that facilitates group work on files in the cloud.

We took over from them when the project seminar ended, polishing their work in order to deploy it at our University. At about the same time, Moodle worked on integrating with other cloud-based tools for file storage and document editing. When I heard that Martin Dougiamas (founder and CEO of Moodle) announced in May 2017 that he wanted to see Moodle “supporting the open source community equally as well (and probably better!)”, I was able to contribute to his initiative by pointing at the plugins that our students created. Over at Moodle they were glad to hear that we already had a solution that achieves this integration. At the same time, we were astonished that our work would be received so well within such a short amount of time.

At that point it was clear that we might be able to incorporate a part of our integration into the Moodle core. However, that could not happen over night as there was still some work ahead of us. We soon released the plugin to the Moodle community. But before the plugin could even be considered for core, we needed to port our own OAuth 2 client to the new Moodle one and add the access controlled link feature, which is used by students to safely hand in student assignments that are stored in the cloud – but without duplicating their files into Moodle. By August 2018, we finally completed this additional work. Since then, we have been working closely with the developers from Moodle HQ and Roeland Douma from Nextcloud to improve the user experience of the integration, resulting in a great product. Two weeks ago, when I told our students that Moodle has accepted one of their plugins to become an official plugin, they all were really happy about it.

Any tips or final thoughts?

After having been to a few MoodleMoots already, this year was my first time at the Nextcloud Conference in Berlin. It was cool to meet a lot of people from the Nextcloud community in person, particularly those who I have been collaborating with to make the Moodle integration happen. This was an awesome opportunity, not just to discuss technical details as well as the general motivation of our work, but even more so to hear about other ideas and accomplishments from the Nextcloud community. I enjoy being a part of two open source communities whose efforts empower many people, including (but not limited to) learners and educators.

Motivated by how well our work is received, we are going to continue working on further Moodle plugins that facilitate e-learning activities, particularly those involving collaboration on files that are stored in the cloud. If you are curious, stay tuned in Moodle’s plugin directory!
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Moodle 3.6 is here with Nextcloud integration!


Moodle 3.6 is here with Nextcloud integration!

Today, the Moodle team has released version 3.6, which comes with built-in Nextcloud support as well as many other improvements like enhanced course overview & dashboard, GDPR privacy settings, Media uploads in assignment feedback and more.

Nextcloud integration

Last year, we announced the Nextcloud Education Edition, developed in collaboration with Moodle, DeiC, regio iT, the TU Berlin and Univention. Moodle founder and Moodle Pty Ltd CEO Martin Dougiamas gave a keynote address at the Nextcloud conference later that month, detailing the project and its goals.

A series of apps was introduced, from ORCID authentication to the then-new Dashboard app (which gets a major update in the upcoming Nextcloud 15!). The Moodle integration was an external app, requiring both Moodle and Nextcloud components. Work on this has continued, in no small part by the team of students from the University of Muenster, Nina Herrmann, Lukas Biermann, and Wladislaw Iwanzow, mentored by Jan C. Dageförde and Tobias Reischmann, as well as developers from Moodle HQ and Nextcloud. It then offers users the ability to access files from Nextcloud, adding, removing or sharing them from within Moodle.

Moodle is open source; Nextcloud is open source. It make sense for the two to join forces. Thanks to our community developers, learners and educators will be able to connect to Nextcloud and share files inside Moodle courses.
Learn about what’s new in Moodle 3.6 in this sneak preview blog! Learn more about Nextcloud in education on our website. And find out how to enable the Moodle-Nextcloud integration in the Moodle documentation.
#business, #community, #news, #partner

Moodle 3.6 is here with Nextcloud integration! #nextcloud #community #business #partner #news
Moodle 3.6 is here with Nextcloud integration!


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Krita drawing - 3508 × 3000 - 6,8 MB PNG - A new and improved version of a drawing I made long time ago. This time made it in colour and added some extra logos. Hubzilla and Mastodon over the little fire and WeChat instead of G+ that will soon close.

There are plenty more projects in the federation and the fediverse and as all the art I publish on this profile is CC-by you can add and rework the image as much as you like. The image is maybe a bit to detailed to make and effective meme, but if any of you can use it to get more people fitted around the fire I would be pleased. In 250dpi it can also be a poster of 35x30 cm...

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Krita drawing - 3508 × 3000 - 6,8 MB PNG - A new and improved version of a drawing I made long time ago. This time made it in colour and added some extra logos. Hubzilla and Mastodon over the little fire and WeChat instead of G+ that will soon close.

There are plenty more projects in the federation and the fediverse and as all the art I publish on this profile is CC-by you can add and rework the image as much as you like. The image is maybe a bit to detailed to make and effective meme, but if any of you can use it to get more people fitted around the fire I would be pleased. In 250dpi it can also be a poster of 35x30 cm...

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#art #krita #madewithkrita #drawing #alternatives #Diaspora #Friendica #Hubzilla #Mastodon #community #fire #art #drawing #Illustration
#mywork #ownwork #cc #creativecommons #cc-by

Es gab ja damals noch diese #GabrielBurns #Hörspiel #Community unter
Das Forum ist leider auch im Wartemodus...

Hab ich eigentlich schon erwähnt gehabt das die #Fediverse #Community viel geiler ist als die von #Twitter und Co. ? Nein?! Na dann wisst ihr es jetzt 😂

:anxde: :mastodon: :halcyon:

#Anoxinon #Mastodon


Nextcloud 15 RC1 is here for testing, earn swag for upgrade bugs

We are making swift progress: Nextcloud 15 is near to a release thus it is time for the first release candidate. Last week we did Beta 2 and there have been at least 40 changesets included since then. We ask everyone, as always, to help us test it.

Release Candidate

With the release candidate, we’re at a point where our dev team says: “sure, we have some open issues we want to address for final, but we’re largely at the point where we can’t find any issues anymore. So we need help!”

Our internal testing has revealed problems, those problems have been resolved and we can’t find serious problems anymore. But Nextcloud is used in many more ways than we realistically can test: on all kinds of devices, using a crazy variety of web servers, PHP versions, databases and so on. Testing might seem simple:
install Nextcloud, try it. If it works, release it!
If only it was that simple… Every piece in the stack below Nextcloud, from Linux kernels to PHP, webserver, caching server, database and so on – they call can create problems that we have to work around. But then we have to know about those problems and that is where you all come in. Test Nextcloud. In YOUR environment, the way you use it. Only then can we be sure it will work for you when we release!

Swag for bugs!

As upgrading is the most critical operation with a new release, we’re offering anyone who finds a bug in the upgrade process from Nextcloud 14 to Nextcloud 15 some swag! obviously any bug report is welcome, not only those about upgrading, but an upgrade bug earns you cookies. We don’t know what kind yet, maybe a t-shirt (we know they’re popular) but maybe we’ll just bake cookies and sent them out (we did run out of t-shirts at the conference and haven’t had time to order new yet).

You can download the Nextcloud 15 file directly here or find it in the ‘Get Involved’ section (bottom right) on our install page.

And remember: if you’re brave enough to upgrade a production system, be sure to at least make a database backup!
#community, #testing

Verzicht auf Angebote in jüdischen Siedlungen: Israel ruft zum Airbnb-Boykott auf - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Reise
#Privat #Vermieter #Wohnungsmarkt #Hotel #Unterkunft #Reservieren #SiliconValley #Community #Airbnb #Reise #Aktuell #Hotels #Westjordanland

happiness is a basic human right - monetary successful psychopaths

… but what are human rights worth, if they are not enforced?


if democracies are corrupted to the bone and follow the money?

What if heartless psychopaths are rewarded by a system that breeds evil?

Just as in this grim fairytale film: literally “The Cold Heart” / Heart of Stone (German: Das kalte Herz) is a fairy tale written by Wilhelm Hauff. published in 1827 in a collection of fairy tales that take place within the narrative of The Spessart Inn. (src)

In this dark fairy tale without happiend – a young poor man falls in love with a beautiful woman.

Because he has no money – he can not marry her – so he asks a ugly giant that lives in the black forrest to remove his heart and replace it with a stone.

This stone heart allows the young man to become materially very rich while at the same time his character becomes evil and heartless.

The woman realizes that he is not anymore the man that she wanted and wants to leave him.

In the end the young man curses the giant and tricks him to give him back his warm heart.

This economic system way too much rewards and thus breeds heartless people and psychopaths.

Would you like to be ruled by heartless psychopaths? Sounds like the 3rd reich to me.

It would surely be the end of what is still positively associated with the word “human” and “humanity” or “man(un)kind”.

Unconditional love: Children love their parents unconditionally.

Thus no matter how psychopathic or evil parents are – their children can never 100% hate them – 99% yes but not 100%.

This fact is exploited by psychopaths because they know locality can never be 100% lost.

But as often – exploitation is unfair, hurtful and damaging trust.

Trust is THE most valuable resource – but psychopaths often realize this too late.

Thus: they cheat and manipulate until they lose all friends and family.

This economic systems is a competition – also a competition of cheaters – who cheats more and better – wins – but it is damaging to friendships and relationships and thus will result in eternal loneliness.

Is this really worth it?

I don’t think so but it takes a developed consciousness to realize this fact.

because as said: Even if people annoy you – loneliness is quiet the opposite of happiness.

Unfortunately psychopaths – because of their economic success – bet that they ALWAYS can buy your

loyalty – it’s up to you to proof em wrong – not an easy task – because it would mean more than changing jobs and bosses – it means working towards independence from the monetary system as a whole.

\#philosophy #philosophie #MutZurWahrheit #SystemPhilosophy #SystemPhilosophie #disney #heartless #economy #battle #good #evil #bad #psychopaths #money #finance #banks #bank #loneliness #mankind #community #family #friendship
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Another good take on the "Nothing to hide" argument by Bruce Schneier:
For social norms to change, people need to deviate from these inherited norms. People need the space to try alternate ways of living without risking arrest or social ostracization. People need to be able to read critiques of those norms without anyone’s knowledge, discuss them without their opinions being recorded, and write about their experiences without their names attached to their words. People need to be able to do things that others find distasteful, or even immoral. The minority needs protection from the tyranny of the majority.

#society #culture #privacy #surveillance #tyranny #media #censorship #politics #nothingtohide #social #norm #norms #socialnorms #freedom #community #minority #minorities #majority


Confetti and fireworks for the Vivaldi community | Vivaldi Browser

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Confetti and fireworks for the Vivaldi community


Bill Godbout, a legend in the S-100 community, died in the Camp wildfire

Bill Godbout, a legend in the S-100 community for his 1970s-1980s work at Godbout Electronics and CompuPro, perished November 8 due to the Camp wildfire in Concow, California. He was 79. There is a…
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Bill Godbout, a legend in the S-100 community for his 1970s-1980s work at Godbout Electronics and CompuPro, perished November 8 due to the Camp wildfire in Concow, California. He was 79.

There is a family-led [1]GoFundMe campaign to support their needs in this difficult time.

Godbout was an important advocate for the industry-standard S-100 bus in its early days, as well as being a parts supplier for electronic music projects, [2]according to 1970s microcomputing expert Herb Johnson.

Godbout was born October 2, 1939. He talked about his introduction to computing in [3]an interview with InfoWorld magazine for their February 18, 1980 issue. “My first job out of college was with IBM. I served a big-system apprenticeship there, but I think the thing that really triggered [my interest] was the introduction of the 8008 by Intel,” he said. “I was fascinated that you could have that kind of capability in a little 18-pin package.”

Steven Levy, in his book [4]Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, wrote about Godbout’s Silicon Valley electronics business. “Bill Godbout… bought junk on a more massive scale — usually government surplus chips and parts which were rejected as not meeting the exacting standards required for a specific function, but perfectly acceptable for other uses. Godbout, a gruff, beefy, still-active pilot who hinted at a past loaded with international espionage and intrigues for government agencies whose names he could not legally utter, would take these parts, throw his own brand name on them, and sell them, often in logic circuitry kits that you could buy by mail order.”

“For those of us who lived and did business in the East Bay during the opening years of the personal computer revolution Bill was a friend. He operated Bill Godbout Electronics from a Quonset hut on the margins of the Oakland Airport,” explained [5]Lee Felsenstein, associated with Silicon Valley landmarks such as Community Memory, the Homebrew Computer Club, Processor Technology, and Osborne Computer Corporation. “Bill was a friend and ally to the operators of the first generation of personal computer businesses that grew up in that early period.”

“My only direct interaction with Bill took place in 1979 after Processor Technology closed its doors. I was trying to peddle the next generation VDM card but Bill asked me to design and prototype a simplified VDM-1 S-100 card — I did so but he didn’t take it further for his CompuPro line of computers and add-ons,” Felsenstein said. A year or two later, “He was a member of the poker group that included Adam Osborne, George Morrow, and Chuck Peddle, and made a bet there that Adam would not ship his Osborne-1 computer on time. He lost that bet, but it was a real squeaker — I was involved.”

“Bill put on no airs — he was always ‘one of the guys’ and dealt in a straightforward way — this is worth noting for a time just after the opening gun when a new field often brings forth poseurs, popinjays, and pure phonies,” Felsenstein added. “Bill was none of those and we are all distraught to learn that he was taken from us in this terrible way.”

Budding engineer [6]Mark Graybill got a job assembling clocks and other electronic gadgets at Godbout’s Oakland facility in 1976. “I’d jump on a bus after school, go down there, and originally I’d go in and work at an assembly station. I was lucky to be in the area at the time. It was cool to be doing something in electronics,” Graybill recalled. “He was kind of like the friendly uncle who’d let you take the sports car for a spin and laugh when you crashed it… I’ll remember him as the guy who trusted a 14-year-old kid with a sackful of hundreds of dollars of RAM because it was too difficult to take the bus down everyday.”


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R.I.P. Bill Godbout, 79

Today we are announcing a formal teaming agreement between Infinite Metaverse Alliance (IMA) and Thales Group. We have the honor of working with them towards development of the next generation of open source virtual worlds software! Feel free to contact me to learn more... #twt #infinitemetaversealliance #virtualworlds #virtualreality #opensimulator #opensource #community #workinggroups

Returning Stolen Land to Native Tribes, One Lot at a Time

It’s important for all human beings to have a connection to the land.

#land #landgrabbing #native #tribes #indigenous #people #community #CivilEats
Returning Stolen Land to Native Tribes, One Lot at a Time



For decades, child welfare authorities have been removing Native American children from their homes to save them from being Indian. In Maine, the first official “truth and reconciliation commission” in the United States begins a historic investigation. Dawnland goes behind-the-scenes as this historic body grapples with difficult truths, redefines reconciliation, and charts a new course for state and tribal relations.
For most of the 20th century, government agents systematically forced Native American children from their homes and placed them with white families. As recently as the 1970’s, one in four Native children nationwide were living in non-Native foster care, adoptive homes, or boarding schools. Many children experienced devastating emotional and physical harm by adults who mistreated them and tried to erase their cultural identity.

Now, for the first time, they are being asked to share their stories.

In Maine, a historic investigation—the first government-sanctioned truth and reconciliation commission (TRC) in the United States—begins a bold journey. For over two years, Native and non-Native commissioners travel across Maine. They gather testimony and bear witness to the devastating impact of the state’s child welfare practices on families in Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot tribal communities. Collectively, these tribes make up the Wabanaki people

The feature-length documentary Dawnland follows the TRC to contemporary Wabanaki communities to witness intimate, sacred moments of truth-telling and healing. With exclusive access to this groundbreaking process and never-before-seen footage, the film reveals the untold narrative of Indigenous child removal in the United States.

The TRC discovers that state power continues to be used to break up Wabanaki families, threatening the very existence of the Wabanaki people. Can they right this wrong and turn around a broken child welfare system? Dawnland foregrounds the immense challenges that this commission faces as they work toward truth, reconciliation, and the survival of all Indigenous peoples.

Living at the easternmost edge of Turtle Island, the Wabanaki people are the first to see the new day’s light. If harmony and justice begin in the east, as some prophesize, surely the TRC is a sign of this beginning.

#Dawnland #documentary #film #existence #family #child #welfare #separation #healing #truth #reconciliation #TRC #Maliseet #Micmac #Passamaquoddy #Penobscot #Wabanaki #community #indigenous #people #UpstanderProject #docu-films
Nov. 5 On PBS – A Documentary about Cultural Survival and Stolen Children



The film follows Benjamin Sadd (a filmmaker) and James Trundle (an artist) as they travel to the Ecuadorian Amazon to build a canoe from scratch, then travel alone through the rainforest. The journey builds on their 10 year friendship in this isolated and offen challenging environment, testing their relationship as they struggle to deal with the conditions and the complexity of the issues that surround this part of the Amazon Rainforest.

Ben and James have been on several 'adventures' together, from pulling a sofa across southern England to swimming the length of a knee deep river in Dorset. Making films about their trips has become a part of the journey. They wanted to build on these journeys in their latest project but also make something about more than themselves - to capture the beauty of the landscape, the people and the wildlife they encountered would have to be more important than any distance or number of miles they could travel.

It was with this in mind that they came up with the idea of DugOut, an idea as simple as the name suggests: they would travel to the Ecuadorian Amazon, live with an indigenous community, learn from them how to build a canoe, then take that canoe on a journey…

The film covers the two month trip, documenting their time in the Huaorani community as they built a dugout canoe, then the journey downstream through Ecuador's Yasuni region - one of the most biodiverse areas of the world.

#DugOut #documentary #film #nature #environment #biodiversity #Huaorani #people #indigenous #community #journey #adventure #travel #Yasuni #Ecuador #Amazonia #Amazon #BenjaminSadd #JamesTrundle #TrailToAnywhere #docu-films


Operating systems – can we make them private?

Every #operating #system (and #application) ever created becomes less #private with each new version.

As technology has evolved, developers are under increasing pressure to spy on their #customers and extract their #data for #exploitation.

Users are always advised to update their #software to improve its #security, its #interface and embrace new features – sometimes with good reason (like #patching a known #vulnerability). Other times the #developer is simply adding spyware. Some 'useful' applications are designed solely as #spyware and do nothing but #collect data.

As most here know, the #OS with the biggest data collection appetite is Windows 10 . #Microsoft have invested their time and money into a #business model that demands its online products extract user data to drive their #ad #targeting #revenue #streams.
Gone are the days when we could install an OS from a CD or have a choice to accept or reject an update.

#Windows is no longer a product but a “service” and with #services come #fees. Microsoft will charge for its OS’s in future. Even #windows7 will incur fees for users who prefer it to #windows10 from January 2020, the cost will rise each year.

Microsoft 'Confirms' Windows 7 New Monthly Charge

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Windows 10 has had 3 major update scandals this year alone where #devices frozen or random files were #deleted.

Thousands of Windows 7 & 8 users have had their devices upgraded to 10 without their permission, while many businesses are refusing to change from Windows 7 forcing Microsoft to extend their support for it.

I will try to explain how we can make Windows 10 #safer in future posts but users will have to face the fact that

Microsoft's Software is Malware

Furthermore it contains backdoors. I have tested this myself. I’ve turned off all updates on a Windows 7 device yet have still received updates! These were flagged up by Windows 7’s event manager – ironically, a Microsoft product betraying another Microsoft product. However, I did not disable updates in the #registry on that #device – the surest way of truly stopping updates – because one mistake can trash the system. The #hacking #community tells me they have developed a souped-up version of #XP running with all #backdoors closed, although I have no proof of this.

Microsoft's Software is Malware

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Hallo #Fediverse #Community,

heute muss ich euch mal um Hilfe bitten, kennt jemand zufällig eine nette leichtgewichtige Alternative zu #Paperless ? Aktuell suche ich nach einem #Dokumentenverwaltungstool - #Software zum selbst #hosten welches #OpenSource ist.

#followerpower #boosts #

#Sexismus in „Red Dead Redemption 2“

Gamer tötet „nervige Feministin“

Videos zeigen, wie ein #Gamer eine #Frauenrechtlerin in „Red Dead Redemption 2“ misshandelt und verbrennt. Die #Community ist begeistert.!5549460/

#taz #gaming #feminismus

hey everyone, im #newhere and im interested in leaving #facebook #twitter #google and find alternative #opensource projects that will hopefully provide a long term platorm for a community with the cause of #privacy #security

im so ready guys… whats up #crypto #cryptocurrency #technology #bitcoin #monero #bitcoincash #zcash #zec #litecoin #decred #community are any of you here? are #cashtags working? $btc $xmr $zec $ltc

any #traders of #stocks #bonds #currency #futures here?

Cable Street veteran, #anti-fascist and #communist Max #Levitas passed away peacefully today aged 103.

#Jewish communist Mr Levitas was a veteran of the Battle of Cable Street, where the Communist Party and Jewish #community of London’s East End routed Oswald Mosley’s British Union of #Fascists in 1936.

The son of Jewish immigrants from Lithuania and Latvia who had fled the #anti-semitic pogroms of tsarist Russia, his example inspired generations of anti-fascist activists and he will be sorely missed.

From an interview a couple of years ago:

Max Levitas, now 101 years old and still living close to Cable Street, was there on October 4, 1936, with his brother and father. They stood with tens of thousands of Londoners packed into the narrow streets of the East End, waiting behind police lines and improvised barricades.

"We had to stop Mosley and his fascists. We had to ensure these racists could not terrorise the people and march through the East End," says Max.

"There were huge crowds. Everybody was shouting: 'C'mon lads, we're going to go out and stop them. They want to march - we're not going to let them.' We stood together; we fought back," he recalls.

Posters pasted to walls all over London proclaimed the march through the "Jew-ridden and communistic" streets of Stepney and Whitechapel. The Blackshirts had already brought violence and intimidation to the narrow dockside streets, crowded with immigrant Irish dock workers, who had fled poverty and famine in their native land, and a huge Jewish population, recent refugees from the Tsarist pogroms and upheaval in Eastern Europe.

On the day of the march, the response was the mobilisation of the immigrant communities of the East End, together with British trade unionists and leftists, to stand against Mosley with barricades, bottles, bricks and fists. Figures for the crowds who opposed the Blackshirts vary dramatically, but historians agree that it was in the many tens of thousands.

"Irish dockers, Christians, Jews, socialists, union men, communists. We all joined together to fight," says Max.

#CableStreet #MaxLevitas

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 im Review: Hate It or Love It!

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\#xbox #gamer #gamingnews #community
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 im Review: Hate It or Love It!

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Очень интересная дискуссия о #Hubzilla, её сообществе и процессе разработки по итогам которой, я почти уверен, в ближайшее время мы увидим какие-то реальные результаты.
Кто владеет английским, рекомендую к ознакомлению, а ещё лучше, в качестве руководства к действию.

#community #development


Nextcloud founder wins innovation award, donates prize money to open source diversity fund

We’re proud to announce that Frank Karlitschek has won the Reinhard von Koenig award, receiving Eur 20.000 which he donates to the start of the Nextcloud Include open source diversity fund set up with KDE e.V.!

The Nextcloud founder and entrepreneur has won the Reinhard von Koenig award for progress and technology. He has decided to use the 20.000 euro prize to fund an open source diversity initiative named Nextcloud Include. The funds will be managed by the KDE e.V., an open source promoting charitable foundation Frank has been board member of in the past. Previous winners of the Reinhard von Koenig includes employees from Daimler AG and Atlatec GmbH for work on self-driving cars.

Margit Stumpp, Member of the German Parliament (Bundestag) noted:
Equal opportunities and diversity are very important issues for the future, especially in technical professions. I am pleased that Nextcloud Include is a new important initiative that is focusing on these issues.

The Reinhard von Koenig award

The bi-annual Reinhard von Koenig award is named after inventor Baron Reinhard von Koenig (1899-1992) and awarded at his former family castle Fachsenfeld in Aalen, located in East Württemberg, the region with the largest number of globally leading companies in Germany. In 1982, Baron von Keunig donated his entire estate and assets to the Fachsenfeld Foundation he founded, with the goal of promoting technological and cultural innovations. The criteria for the award requires that the prize is awarded to people who have developed new technological approaches to socially relevant challenges, shown technical courage and made a significant contribution to sustainable progress. Previous winners include Dr. Thao Dang from Daimler AG and Dr. Julius Ziegler from Atlatec GmbH for their work on self driving cars.

Frank had this to say:
I’m extremely honored to be awarded this prize, as a recognition of the incredible impact privacy issues have on our society and the importance of Nextcloud in providing a solution. By donating the prize money to a diversity goal, I hope it will help catalyze another transformation that society needs.

The Nextcloud Include initiative

The Nextcloud Include initiative aims to help underrepresented groups participate in the global Nextcloud community and foster an inclusive and diverse space where the community can continue to collaborate and develop world-class software. Mentoring, travel support and internships are provided as part of the program. The program is ran in collaboration with the KDE community under the umbrella of the KDE e.V.

Lydia Pintscher, president of the board of KDE e.V. said:
We’d like to congratulate Frank on winning this prize and his decision to put the money to a great cause in open source. For us, collaborating with Nextcloud in this way is a bit of a homecoming as it is one of the most successful projects to emerge from our community over the past decade.
Nextcloud, Frank and KDE invite community members who would like to get involved in Nextcloud but face significant social hurdles to engage our Include team. Information can be found on
#blog, #community, #news, #press release



Сегодня созданный примерно месяц назад хаб @Zotum превозошёл по количеству зарегистрированных каналов работающий около трёх месяцев @tiksi@net. И совокупная база теперь составляет, как минимум, 60 человек.
Трудно сказать, с чем это связано. Скорее всего, очередное подтверждение важности удачного брендинга в маркетинге.
В любом случае, я рад что всё больше людей открывают для себя #Hubzilla.
Кстати, на Zotum пользователи создали пару интересных каналов, которые могут быть интересны многим.
Во-первых, это который нацелен на поддержку простых пользователей в отличие от более технически акцентуированного @Hubzilla Support Forum (владелец @Giacomino).
Во-вторых, это канал @Google+ 2.0 который предназначен для поддержки переходящих с Google+ (владелец @J P Sousa Paula).
В общем, растём!

#russian #lang ru #fediverse #support #community


Gedanken eine GPlusRefugees zum Umstieg

Fast glaube ich, dass bei mir der Punkt des Turnarounds erreicht ist: Wenn ich vergleiche, wie viel Zeit ich mittlerweile auf Fediverse/Federation Plattformen verbringe, um Neues zu lernen, und wie selten ich noch auf Google+, meiner "alten Heimat" bin, dann ging das schneller als ich es mir vorgestellt habe. Hier ein paar (bewusst und gerne überspitzte) Gründe:
  • Der Vertrauensverlust: Warum noch Zeit auf einer Plattform verbringen, die "dem Tode geweiht" ist? Google Takeout ist vielleicht eine gute Idee, ein nettes Projekt, das irgendein engagiertes Team aus Google Mitarbeitern mal ins Leben gerufen hat - womöglich auf Druck von Datenschutzbestimmungen... Aber der eigentliche Nutzen bleibt hinter den Erwartungen weit zurück. Und ich kann mir kaum vorstellen, dass der Teilaspekt eines in Ungnade gefallenen Produkts von den zweifellos vorhandenen Bugs befreit werden wird, zumindest nicht zeitnah.
    • Datensicherung, am besten komplett und bitte fehlerfrei
    • Möglichkeit der weiteren Verwendung / eines Re-Imports meiner Daten
  • Die Geschichte der Titanic wiederholt sich allem Anschein nach. Waren anfangs die Communities, welche sich mit dem bevorstehenden Exodus beschäftigten und versuchten, gute Alternativen zu finden, mit Testläufen beschäftigt, füllen sich die Streams zusehends mit weinerlichen Abschieds-Botschaften oder dem Bedauern, dass dort doch alles so schön war, und aber auch gar nichts an die ach so geliebte Plattform heranreichen wird. Besonders im englischsprachigen Umfeld ist die Vergötterung schon fast bizarr.
  • "Keine App, keine Alternative für uns" Einige Leute haben verlernt (oder überhaupt jemals gewusst?), dass es ein Internet außerhalb von Googe gibt: URL's werden direkt in die Google Suchmaske (mobil: Google App) getippt. Der Unterschied zwischen E-Mail und GMail scheint nicht mehr auflösbar zu sein. Dass die meisten Plattformen heutzutage nach dem Mobile First Credo gestaltet werden, ist unerheblich, denn im Browser (natürlich von Google: Chrome für Desktop oder Smartphone) ruft kein Mensch mehr auf, ist ja auch sowas von Neunziger!
  • Wie, dezentrale, verteilte oder föderierte Netzwerke? Und wo finde ich dann all meine Buddies? Recht einfach: Dort, wo der Herdentrieb die meisten hingeführt hat. Genaue Zahlen kenne ich nicht, aber die Leute bei MeWe reiben sich wohl die Hände über einen massiven Zulauf. Dass viele (Zusatz-)Leistungen kostenpflichtig sind und sich zu einem Betrag aufaddieren dürften, der dem Abo einer G Suite entsprechen dürfte (Speicher > 8GB, verschlüsselte Chats nach 30 Tagen Testphase etc.), wird vielen erst mit der Zeit übel aufstoßen.
  • Pluspora ist jetzt mein neues Netzwerk, da sind viele andere hingegangen" Eigentlich ein Pluspunkt fürs Fediverse, aber wie das auf Google+ gepusht wurde, zeugt einfach nur von technisch lückenhafter Information. Hier darf sich die Diaspora* Community gerne mal an die eigenen Nase fassen und bei den überrollten Pod-Betreibern von Pluspora* entschuldigen. Sollte Pluspora* wegen des enormen Zulaufs die Registrierung schließen müssen oder Performance-Probleme bekommen, dann wegen der fehlenden Kommunikation nach außen, dass ein einzelner Pod nicht ein abgekapseltes Netzwerk, sondern nur einen kleinen Teil des gesamten Netzwerks darstellt. Geschweige denn, dass Kommunikation auch noch zu anderen Lösungen wie Friendica, Hubzilla, GNU social etc. pp. zulässt. Freilich wird darauf hingewiesen, dass theoretisch jeder einen eigenen Server (Pod, Node, Instanz, ...) aufbauen kann, aber das schreckt vielleicht eher ab als es zur Nutzung der bislang vorhandenen Infrastruktur beiträgt, in der sich ein paar Server eher langweilen.
  • "Humor" und Spam Nach dem ersten Ansturm der Hilfsbereiten und Technik-Orientierten überwiegen seit Neuestem gefühlt die off-topic Beiträge. Wie es sich für eine ansehnliche Reichweite eines Social Media Beitrags gehört, werden die Sammelstellen der Wechselwilligen (auch Google+ Communities genannt) nun mit Bildchen überschwemmt, die entweder Text enthalten, der im Posting nicht wiederholt wird (vielen Dank sagen alle, die auf Zugänglichkeit angewiesen sind) oder am besten gleich mit GIFs. ~~Signal to Noise ftw~~.
Bald werde ich mich dran machen, noch weitere Google Produkte durch FOSS Lösungen zu ersetzen, als Startpunkt finde ich diesen (englischsprachigen) Artikel auf Restore Privacy ganz brauchbar.

Es gibt noch weitere Gründe, doch vier sollen erst einmal reichen. Und okay, viel Energie werde ich in Google+ nicht mehr investieren. Aber es gibt auch Sachen, die mich an föderierten Netzwerken, wie sie aktuell in Form von diaspora, friendica, hubzilla und Konsorten bestehen, stören. Es liegt mir fern, "ins eigene Nest zu machen", bevor ich mich hier restlos gut auskenne. Die folgenden Punkte sollen einfach als Anregung dienen, Aufklärungsarbeit zu promoten und NeuHier Kandidat*innen bei der richtigen Entscheidung zu unterstützen.
  • (Zu?) Viele Auswahlmöglichkeiten: Schaut man sich die Liste auf an, findet ein versierter Nutzer vielleicht die Kriterien, nach denen man einen Server auswählen mag. Sicherheitsrelevante Kriterien oder die Serverstandort (Datenschutz-Bestimmungen?) werden allerdings höchsten an anderer Stelle thematisiert. Bequemlichkeit und Herdentrieb überwiegen bei der eher uninformierten Auswahl irgendeines Pods. Und dann noch die Namensgebung: Friendica Nodes, Diaspora Pods, Instanzen, Server, ja wat den nu? Dass alle ihre eigene Buchstaben-Suppe kochen können, ist nicht unbedingt hilfreich.
  • Uneinheitliche Protokolle - wer kann überhaupt mit wem sprechen? Multiplikatoren wie die "Besser - der Podcast" Crew geben sich alle Mühe, zum Beispiel mit einer aufschlussreichen Matrix Klarheit zu schaffen und grundlegende Fragen zu beantworten:
Die Farben zeigen lediglich an, ob ein Projekt in der Lage ist mit allen, oder nur mit einem Teil der anderen Projekte zu kommunizieren. Die Schattierungen sind zur besseren Orientierung in den Zeilen da.

Grün = kann mit allen Projekten kommunizieren
Gelb = kann nur mit einem Teil der Projekte kommunizieren
Rot = keine Kommunikation zwischen diesen Netzwerken möglich

Es gibt 9x9 "Kreuzungs-Möglichkeiten", in Worten: einundachtzig. Gut, seit Erstellung der verlinkten Matrix ist noch AP, also das W3C AcivityPub Protokoll hinzugekommen, was die Konnektivität erhöht, aber die gelben bzw. roten Bereiche herrschen doch noch ziemlich vor. Und mal ehrlich: Welcher Nutzer liest Spezifikationen vom W3C Konsortium, um sich für das "richtige" Netzwerk zu entscheiden?
  • Dezentrale Dokumentation: Bei allem Charme, welchen die Idee eines föderierten/verteilten Netzwerks hat: Wenn Hilfestellung und Dokumentation an verschiedenen Orten zusammengesucht werden muss und dann nicht stringent in Muttersprachen zur Verfügung steht, erschwert das die Entscheidung.
    • Ich kann mir vorstellen, bei der Übersetzung mitzuwirken, allein weil ich dann besser zurecht komme, sollte ich mal meinen eigenen Server hochziehen wollen, doch GitHub, GitLab, Wikis etc. wenden sich doch eher an technisch versierte Beitragende als an Normalnutzer*innen.
    • Schön wäre, wenn von jeder Server-Installation aus zwei, maximal drei Links zu zentral gepflegten Hilfeseiten gehen:
      • plattform-bezogene Hilfe für Nutzer
      • plattform-bezogene Hilfe für Entwickler, Beitragende und Server-Betreiber
      • plattform-übergreifende Infos (Konnektivität, Features, Auswahlkriterien)
  • (Mögliche) Anonymität der Server-Betreiber: Dieses Thema diskutiere ich nicht als Erster, doch bin ich schon daran interessiert, wer "meine Daten" verwaltet...
    • Musste man nicht sogar früher dem Herrn Zuckerberg folgen, sobald man sich auf FB angemeldet hatte? Meinen Podmin zumindest vorgeschlagen zu bekommen, fände ich nett.
    • Lasst mich meinetwegen "anonym" bleiben, wenn ich meinen eigenen Server alleine betreibe. Ruft jedoch meinen Klarnamen und die Kontaktdaten verbindlich wie überprüfbar ab, sobald ich diesen Server auch anderen zur Verfügung stelle.
  • Reifegrad von...bis: Besonders auf Mobilgeräten fallen mir Unterschiede zwischen den Plattformen auf. Aus diesem Grund habe ich mich vorerst für diaspora* entschieden und gegen friendica, weil das Gefälle zwischen Desktop- und Mobil-Version dort besonders ins Auge stach. Hubzilla finde ich fast noch am aufgeräumtesten, aber das habe ich mir noch nicht genau genug angesehen. Bei den Theme- oder API-Entwicklern sollte sich bald herumsprechen, dass mittlerweile ein Großteil der Social Media Nutzung mobil stattfindet.
Mein RL hat bislang verhindert, noch mehr zu stöbern und zu lesen. Aber ich muss unbedingt auch loswerden, was mir bisher besonders gut gefällt:
- Abwechslung: Hier gibt es fast nichts, was es nicht gibt
- Community und Hilfsbereitschaft, "der gute Ton"
- Keine Raketenwissenschaft: Wem egal ist, auf welchem Server er sich registriert, hat mit der eigentlichen Bedienung kaum Probleme zu erwarten
- Formatierte Beiträge, Markdown ftw!, wenn auch nicht auf allen Plattformen (vs. BBCode)
- Reduzierung aufs Wesentliche
- Intelligente Detaillösungen: Hashtags erwachen zum Leben, u.v.a.m.
- Work In Progress: Die Community gestaltet das "Produkt" mit

Soviel für heute. Danke fürs Lesen, danke fürs Diskutieren.

#fediverse #federation #gplusrefugee #olaftestet #diaspora #friendica #hubzilla #gnusocial #gedanken #kritk #vorschlag #community #foss
Alternatives to Google Products – the Complete List

NewsFlash der Woche: Mit den aktuellen Games-Charts und mehr!

Unser NewsFlash der Woche! Diesmal mit einigen Infos zu kommenden Community-Projekten und selbstverständlich den aktuellen Games-Charts! Viel Spaß und nicht vergessen: #zockenmachtsexy ;-)

\#xbox #gamer #gamingnews #community #newsflash #newsflash-der-woche
NewsFlash der Woche: Mit den aktuellen Games-Charts und mehr!

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​San Jose Sharks: Fan experience, community, and technology (but don't call it digital transformation)

#call #community #digital #dont #experience #fan #jose #sharks #technology #transformation #​san

Community: Cicero Shows bekommt auf der MAG18 YouTube-Stars vor die Linse!

Manege frei für Cicero Shows! Auf dem gleichnamigen YouTube-Kanal veröffentlichte der sympathische Gamer heute mit seinem Clown-Army-Network eine wahrlich spannende Show von der MAG18! Zuvor jedoch zwei kurze Infos: Who the Fuck ist Cicero Shows und was ist MAG18? Cicero, auch Chris[...]

\#xbox #gamer #gamingnews #community #cicero #cicero-shows #clown-army-network #interview #mag18 #niantic #piet-smiet #sturmwaffel
Community: Cicero Shows bekommt auf der MAG18 YouTube-Stars vor die Linse!

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HITMAN 2: Neuer competitive Multiplayer "Ghost Mode" im Video vorgestellt!

Neuer competitive Modus für HITMAN 2 Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment und IO Interactive gaben bekannt, dass HITMAN 2 um einen wettbewerbsfähigen Multiplayer erweitert wurde. Der Geistermodus ist eine einzigartige und brandneue Variante des 1:1-Online-Wettbewerbs, bei der die Assassinationsfähigkeiten der Spieler auf die[...]

\#xbox #gamer #gamingnews #community #ghost-mod #hitman-2
HITMAN 2: Neuer competitive Multiplayer “Ghost Mode” im Video vorgestellt!

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The Staging Post

The Staging Post follows two Afghan Hazara refugees, Muzafar and Khadim. Stuck in Indonesia after Australia 'stopped the boats' and facing many years in limbo, they built a community and started the school which inspired a refugee education revolution.

A real-life, real-time, multi-platform documentary. The Staging Post is about friendship, connection and the power of community.

#TheStagingPost #documentary #film #Indonesia #Hazara #refugees #education #friendship #courage #connection #people #community #JolyonHoff #docu-films

Back to the 80´s: HyperParasite jetzt auf Kickstarter!

HyperParasite ist jetzt live auf Kickstarter! HyperParasite, entwickelt von Troglobytes Games ist ein unerbittlicher Twin-Stick-Shooter mit "Rogue-Lite" Mechanik und spielt in Mitten der 80er Jahre. Das war die Zeit, in der Helden wie Bud Spencer & Terence Hill, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Van Damme[...]

\#xbox #gamer #gamingnews #community #Kickstarter #Xbox #Steam #Retro #demo #hyperparasite #kickstarter #pc #steam #switch #xbox-one
Back to the 80´s: HyperParasite jetzt auf Kickstarter!

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I have been digging trough Diaspora's code and I don't think there's any API available for #devs to make native #app, #bots, #frameworks, you name it for Diaspora. And the #API doc says that the API is currently fictional.
Am I missing something? Are there API available for #Diaspora?

#developer #code #programming #community