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Awesome, thanks a lot! A couple of things, tho: 1- I think a loading indicator is needed, since the static bootstrapping page could trick someone (like me) to think the site was stuck; 2- I think a button in the player to switch between resolutions could be really useful if e.g. connection is too slow to watch the movie in the pre-selected fullhd resolution; 3- Idk if I just didn’t found it, but I think subtitles (even in English or original language only) could be really helpful to a lot of people. Anyway the project is awesome, thanks again for your work!


I guess it’s OK. I mean, I expect the internal healthcare message system of an entire nation will be NOT federated with any external server. I think they (imho reasonably) don’t need and don’t want any kind of external federation. This is a good thing anyway, they are dropping proprietary and centralized protocols to something further controllable and completely modifiable. A fork where expected, of course, according to internal needs; imho the only thing that’s important is staying FLOSS


I should really start to use pidgin again. Back in the day of MSN messenger was awesome, and bring me back a lot of memories. Are those third-party addons trusted and opensource?


Mah, sinceramente la vedo dura. Apprezzo molto lemmy, ma pensare di allontanarsi completamente da reddit e stare solo su lemmy é al momento impossibile imho. Anche se dovessero interessarti soltanto gli argomenti trattati qui, purtroppo la discussione non é così attiva come su reddit, per il semplice fatto che lemmy ha pochi utenti. Spero vivamente che cresca perché é un progetto qualitativamente ottimo ed apprezzo moltissimo lo stile di reddit per le discussioni, ma materialmente al momento non può sostituire reddit in tutto e per tutto. Comunque più che scrollare spamma notizie interessanti, magari si crea un po’ di discussione. Io sono un lurker di natura, ma se hai creato la community magari tu sei più attivo. Volendo rimanere agli argomenti più trattati su lemmy potresti postare notizie prese da eticadigitale.org, valigiablu.it, wired.it o www.agendadigitale.eu che sono tutte buone fonti per quanto riguarda diritti, privacy digitale e simili. Ci proveró anch’io, anche se tendenzialmente non creo quasi mai nuovi contenuti


I’m reporting you what will be next. It is already decided. Of course it will be a proposal, but exactly like this one it will be approved. They just need to find a way to make it “work” without technically breaking e2e. Proposal are already here, like a sort of backdoor, on device scanning and image hashing. All of this is allarming, not allarmistic. Please, read the Patrick Breyer report or search deeper. It’s not a joke and it’s one of the most dangerous thing UE ever have done


If we please can talk without being “edgy” and “woke” will be great. I read the article, the proposal and a lot more. There are dozen of sources, and I follow the discussion since the beginning. The european pirate party (Patrick Breyer in particoular) talked about this for months https://www.patrick-breyer.de/en/posts/message-screening/?lang=en and there are a lot of sources in my native language (if you want to check those too https://www.agendadigitale.eu/sicurezza/privacy/regolamento-chatcontrol-ovvero-la-sorveglianza-di-massa-anche-in-europa/ and https://eticadigitale.org/2021/05/28/europa-in-nome-dei-bambini-la-sorveglianza-di-massa-e-diventata-realta/). I even compiled the official survey from the UE about the proposal. I know for sure that chat-control will be proposed as MANDATORY in the near future, and will comprehend e2e services too.


Nah, it is. Of course it isn’t a Chinese-like social score system, or an USA-like level of mass surveillance, but it is serious and extremely dangerous. There is no way to check if an e2e message contain something specific without building a backdoor in every service or in every device. European Parliament doesn’t know how e2e work and they really want to check every message without technically breaking e2e (of course this is impossible). Some proposal to do that are: bake a system in every new PC/smartphone to check images or contents BEFORE those are encrypted and sent, bake a system in any app/program that officially works in the UE to check for suspicious content directly on the sender device… These are absolutely dangerous and terrible measures that will potentially endager the whole population.



Mull is a good project, as well as DivestOS and everything the developers worked on. It’s hardened as much as possible using the most reliable work out there: arkenfox user.js. This actually mean that it could be too much hardened, and it could break some sites. Remember to at least switch off OCSP require (as pointed out in another comment) on about:config, and remember that to get more privacy and security ublock on advanced mode with JavaScript disabled is still important


If you need to use an account to download songs, yes it’s dangerous. Use a dummy account


“Data knightmare” se vuoi fomentare la tua rabbia verso il mondo digitale (e non), “guerre di rete” condotto da Carola Frediani è fantastico (anche se è un bel po’ che non pubblica), “Continuous Delivery” può essere alle volte eccessivamente tecnico ma alcune interviste sono molto belle, “Daniele.tech - opinioni in open source” per qualcosa di leggero e piacevole raccontato da uno sviluppatore di Mozilla Italia. Per qualcosa di vicino al gaming (e mille altre robe) ti consiglio fortemente “Power Pizza”, condotto da Sio (Scottex) & friends è un podcast super piacevole, divertente e leggero


I’d really like to disagree… but I can’t. Sadly the nextcloud app works but it’s not a good software. The basic functionality is OK and sync work well, but everything else is slow and sometimes frustrating


Anysoft is great, but it really seems developer lost interest, since there are a lot of bugs never fixed and a lot of new features never implemented. It’s sad, since it’s my main keyboard and I’m very fond of


Quella sezione di wikipedia piace molto anche a me, sarebbe bello vederla in italiano


Molto interessante il sito




A paper password manager is still better than no password manager. A piece of paper could be secure enough: it’s offline and you can read passwords only with physical access to it. It’s not that bad


Hmm… I don’t really like having to use JavaScript, invidious usually permit to use the service without JavaScript. I think this could be a security risk, since there will be various istances and you can’t really know if those istances are safe or not


No, wait, liberarsi dai servizi di google può essere un obiettivo importante, inoltre il nas una volta configurato fa il backup automatico dei dati (uno dei suoi scopi principali dovrebbe essere anche quello), non devi pensarci tu manualmente ogni sera


Ottimo!

Sarebbe bello se questa community si allargasse, magari la spammo un po’ in giro, anche se al momento la vedo dura. Grazie comunque per averla aperta :)…

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