Time for #reintroduction
I am a public interest technologist working at the Freedom of the Press Foundation https://freedom.press My day job is to work on https://securedrop.org using which people can leak information to the journalists securely. I also contribute to many #opensource projects. I am a core member of the @torproject and also core developer of the #Python programming language & a director and fellow of Python Software Foundation.
Writing some boring code to make sure that the developers can use this exciting library. #Python
Introducing Tumpa 0.1.0 release, a desktop tool to create #OpenPGP keys & upload/write them into smartcards (say Yubikeys
). All by just clicking. https://kushaldas.in/posts/introducing-tumpa-to-make-openpgp-simple-with-smartcards.html #privacy @tails
Day 1 of 2021: hacking away with full speed. #OpenPGP
EFF maintains diverse tools to help you remain a full participant in the democratic process while protecting yourself and your data: legal & tech guides for protesters, the cookie-destroying Privacy Badger, activism tools to contact officials, and more. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/12/surveillance-self-defense-and-security-education-year-review-2020
PSA (now with even better hashtags): You can ask questions from the internet™ at #rc3 using the fediverse. Please add the appropriate room hashtag to make the signal angel's life easier. Also, be on an instance that federates with chaos.social.
The official™ hashtags are:
For 30 years, EFF members have joined forces to ensure that technology supports freedom, justice, and innovation for all people. Support the cause today! https://eff.org/YEC20
I wrote about how to get a #TLS certificate from Let's Encrypt
for a domain in your local network https://kushaldas.in/posts/how-to-get-a-tls-certificate-for-a-domain-in-your-local-network.html #privacy
If you ask yourself, ‘What’s the best thing that happened today?’ it actually forces a certain kind of cheerful retrospection that pulls up from the recent past things to write about that you wouldn’t otherwise think about. If you ask yourself, ‘What happened today?’ it’s very likely that you’re going to remember the worst thing, because you’ve had to deal with it–you’ve had to rush somewhere or somebody said something mean to you–that’s what you’re going to remember. But if you ask what the best thing is, it’s going to be some particular slant of light, or some wonderful expression somebody had, or some particularly delicious salad. I mean, you never know…
— Nicholson Baker
Story of debugging exit 0 https://kushaldas.in/posts/story-of-debugging-exit-0.html #Python #Systemd @securedrop
Public Interest Technologist at Freedom of the Press Foundation. Maintainer of https://securedrop.org Core team member of @torproject and Core developer of #Python. Fellow and director at Python Software Foundation
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