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  • scratchandgametoPrivacyPixel 8A and Grapheneos
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    5 hours ago

    Laugh on your “basic decency and criticism”.

    then such projects/forks should be abolished to the valley of death

    It seems these guys failed to abolish OpenBSD to death so they find an easier target: GrapheneOS. In fact, both project accept “inputs, basic decency and criticism”. OpenBSD have a friendly connection with FreeBSD. But the os is make for their developers, and they can ignore whatever wideopenbsd or isopenbsdsecure without having problem, they can have the user to read man pages without having problems. On the linux world drama is caused by having user to read faq themselves, and Micay failed to ignore the dramas.

    Same for any such individuals like Micay who believe in witch hunting, cultism and silencing people.

    Micay is just dumb when he stepped down for your pleasure.


  • scratchandgametoPrivacyPixel 8A and Grapheneos
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    I’m upset that GrapheneOS does not follow OpenBSD: ignore people likes you and work on any feature they want. On the 90s, the NetBSD core team expelled Theo de Raadt and revoked his access on the code which others could. On 2020s, you, not any core of GrapheneOS, trying to expell Micay from GrapheneOS’s project leader role. Like what cia is doing to Viet Nam and China.


  • scratchandgametoPrivacyPixel 8A and Grapheneos
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    You can’t blend in with a crowd of vanadium users with the amount of data points given away by the browser. Your fingerprint will be decernable from other users. Without actual anti-fingerprinting, which theoretical can allow for a crowd only when fingerprinting of user browsers results in the same fingerprint ID, the best you can hope to do is thwart naive fingerprinting. Vanadium doesn’t have any anti-fingerprint built in, so the slightest differences between user can be used to easily fingerprint. Vanadium

    Anti-fingerprinting? By blocking javascript which the half-hearted privacy users can never afford? hahahahaha. Even privacy projects spread dirty javascripts.


  • scratchandgametoPrivacyPixel 8A and Grapheneos
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    (OP can ignore this comment)

    I’m a bit upset that GrapheneOS does not follow OpenBSD: ignore any person hating it, ignore anyone who wants to interferes with project personnel and donations like usa is doing on Viet Nam like they are speaking for the Vietnamese, and don’t care if the feature works “for you” or not, just going on code improvements & maximally free code. And do whatever Micay want to do. Accept donations from whatever company. There’s so much dramas. But they already achieved over-detailed documentations. Focusing on unprivileged google play is the true path, since the demand on google play is much larger and other “private” apps repos are expected to work on the “privacy” people’s phone.

    Maybe because GrapheneOS haven’t made any world-significant project that every companies depend on so that companies have to put so much money on the project.





  • scratchandgametoLinuxMy friend didn't have a great experience with Linux
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    6 hours ago

    So why you convinced anyone to install a linux distro in the first place. But not asking him about whatever thing he will need later. Just install Windows.

    (His SSD might be slightly damaged (by some unnecessary writings) because of you.) temporary removed without due date

    You cannot kill windows and any other proprietary operating system by just switching their users to any currently “free” (as in no price to use and restrictive in modifications) linux distros. Don’t try it again. Take off the tenses.










  • scratchandgametoPrivacyDegoogling - can someone ELI5 how certain apps work on Graphene OS?
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    2 months ago

    Then why does the Tor Project choose Firefox over Chromium as its browser base? Chromium is incredibly insecure and full of holes. Post this wishy washy bullshit on reddit, not on Lemmy.

    Because Tor browser’s goal is maximum anonymity and onion service. Firefox might be lag behind in security, but its code and features met the privacy requirements. Tor browser try to achieve some security by using noscript and block some web feature.




  • Laugh on copyleft. If BSD was copyleft much thing would not have borned or being very different.

    Copyleft is a way to prevent development. No one wants their contribution to be restricted.

    Sadly, GNU is dying. musl, elftoolchain, chimera linux and much more BSD-licensed alternative is rising. The GPL viruses are losing permissively licensed, cleaner software. They have to stop spreading.

    Anyone licensing their software permissively is not dumb or need to update their license. They have their intention.

    🤢

    🤢 on copyleft