reading: Statement of FSF board on election of Richard Stallman (so you don't have to)
We decided to bring RMS back because we missed his wisdom. His historical, legal and technical acumen on free software is unrivaled.
because nobody had the strength to stay long enough and nobody was there to actually could foster them into such a position, because rms has no retirement plan, no succession plan
Thanks to @jason we now have @write_as as the primary suggestion for people to start writing blog posts in the #summertraining documentation. https://summertraining.readthedocs.io/en/latest/blogging.html#blogs-how-do-you-set-one-up
@mcsinyx This is the PR https://github.com/freedomofpress/securedrop/pull/5810 check the last commit from me.
@jason The PR I am reviewing a sed command into a perl one. things are broken and I have no clue about either of them.
The new OnionShare is out!
It adds a bunch of great features like tabs, anonymous chat that never logs anything, and better command line support.
Here's the blog post: https://micahflee.com/2021/02/onionshare-tabs-anonymous-chat-cli/
Download OnionShare 2.3 from: https://onionshare.org
Install it on a headless server:
`pip3 install --user onionshare-cli`
Read the amazing new docs that are translated to a bunch of languages: https://docs.onionshare.org/2.3/en/
@bagder extremely sad to see that you are receiving these. You are an amazing person and upstream. Thank you for all the work for so many years.
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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