#LecturesForFuture an Hochschulen und Universitäten vom 14.06.2019 bis 20.06.2019
Sehr gut erklärt von @email@example.com Scala Netzkultur – hier zum Nachhören: https://www1.wdr.de/mediathek/audio/wdr5/wdr5-scala-netzkultur/audio-identitaeten-im-netz-einfachheit-statt-vielfalt-100.html
Wenn Ranga Yogeshwar in diesem Video aufzählt, was #Google alles über uns weiß, könnte man die Aufzählung noch lange fortsetzen.
Darum habe ich dieses Pad gestartet – um Alternativen zu Google-Diensten zusammenzutragen: https://pad.foebud.org/google-alternatives
Komm auf die helle Seite der Macht - Wir suchen InformatikerInnen, IngenieurInnen, PhysikerInnen u.ä.m. für unser #teamdatenschutz https://www.bfdi.bund.de/DE/BfDI/Dienststelle/Stellenausschreibungen/Stellenausschreibungen_node.html
the hope of having reasonable privacy controls while preserving the user community we’ve built together has been what drives my hope for ActivityPub.
but lately, I feel like maybe we should give up, scrap it, and just build The Right Thing instead. i know i’m not alone in this, there’s a reason why @cwebber talks about a future where content is sharded and indexed by cryptographic identity. there’s a reason why we all talk about OCAP.
but still, we haven’t gotten there.
i don’t think we can get where we need to go as long as we have to fight compatibility.
#pleroma real talk: if it meant that you could have real privacy and features much more quickly, would you be willing to walk away from the Fediverse?
if Pleroma were to use a different federation protocol for federating between Pleroma instances, which was very well documented, and supported real security features, and real nomadic identity (backed by a DHT + sharding), would you be willing to accept only interoperability with AP networks for cases where an activity is representable over AP?
but this isn’t about that kind of privacy. that’s just a bug, one of many in a very buggy protocol.
it’s about censorship resistance.
it’s about being able to pick up on a new instance with your old friends still following you, as if nothing happened, because nothing actually happened, all your shit was backed up to other instances.
it’s about storing content in a multicast sharded, content-addressed DHT, so you don’t lose your data when Wasabi goes down.
it’s about federating fast.
it’s about real access control and instanceless groups.
it’s about having instanceless actors (like nomadic identity but addressed by cryptographic identity).
it’s about having all of these things as core parts of the protocol that have an absolute pass or fail conformance suite
📺VIDEO: "Eben Moglen: Why Freedom of Thought Requires Attention"
At re:publica 2019, the theme was tl;dr. In his keynote, Eben Moglen illuminated freedom of thought.
His conclusion: “tl;dr is the crisis of the human mind in five characters.”
Software Rebellen - Die Macht des Teilens
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sehenswerte ARTE Doku zum Open Source Gedanke.
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