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#gitlab #fail #apologize #mail #excuse
Dear GitLab users and customers,

On October 23, we sent an email entitled “Important Updates to our Terms of Service and Telemetry Services”
announcing upcoming changes. Based on considerable feedback from our customers, users, and the broader community,
we reversed course the next day and removed those changes before they went into effect. Further, GitLab will
commit to not implementing telemetry in our products that sends usage data to a third-party product analytics
service. This clearly struck a nerve with our community and I apologize for this mistake.

So, what happened? In an effort to improve our user experience, we decided to implement user behavior tracking
with both first and third-party technology. Clearly, our evaluation and communication processes for rolling
out a change like this were lacking and we need to improve those processes. But that’s not the main thing we did wrong.

Our main mistake was that we did not live up to our own core value of collaboration by including our users,
contributors, and customers in the strategy discussion and, for that, I am truly sorry. It shouldn’t have
surprised us that you have strong feelings about opt-in/opt-out decisions, first versus third-party tracking,
data protection, security, deployment flexibility and many other topics, and we should have listened first.

So, where do we go from here? The first step is a retrospective that is happening on October 29 to document
what went wrong. We are reaching out to customers who expressed concerns and collecting feedback from users
and the wider community. We will put together a new proposal for improving the user experience and share it
for feedback. We made a mistake by not collaborating, so now we will take as much time as needed to make
sure we get this right. You can be part of the collaboration by posting comments in this
issue: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/issues/5672. If you are a customer, you may also reach
out to your GitLab representative if you have additional feedback.

I am glad you hold GitLab to a higher standard. If we are going to be transparent and collaborative,
we need to do it consistently and learn from our mistakes.

Sincerely,
Sid Sijbrandij
Co-Founder and CEO
GitLab
 

Maildienst Tutanota bietet nun auch verschlüsselten Kalender an


#Kalender #Mail #Sicherheit #Privacy #Verschlüsselung #Tutanota
Maildienst Tutanota bietet nun auch verschlüsselten Kalender an
 

Maildienst Tutanota bietet nun auch verschlüsselten Kalender an


#Kalender #Mail #Sicherheit #Privacy #Verschlüsselung #Tutanota
Maildienst Tutanota bietet nun auch verschlüsselten Kalender an
 
There is now an #FreedomBox available, for 82€, you're suppose to be able to :
The kit includes the A20-OlinuXino-LIME2, a custom metal case with a laser-engraved FreedomBox logo, a high-speed 32GB micro SD card with the FreedomBox software pre-installed, a backup battery, a power adapter, and an ethernet cable.
And, interesting for us, #Diaspora users, it is planed to include the ability to run Diaspora #servers, and alors #Mastodon servers !

#free #libre #hardware #logiciellibre #autohebergement #selfhosting #privacy #vieprivée #olimex #décentralisation #autonomie #résilience #debian #linux

You can get in touch with them on Mastodon : https://mastodon.social/@freedomboxfndn

french version of some of the functions include #tor and #owncloud

I know a bit better the #Yunohost #project : https://yunohost.org/#/index_en and https://yunohost.org/#/index_fr a similar project, with #apps : https://yunohost.org/#/apps_fr ( @Franciliens.net )

vous pouvez aussi vous intéresser à la brique internet
 
#Axel #Voss verlässt #Politik, nachdem nigerianischer Prinz ihn per #Mail zum Multimillionär macht

#CDU #Artikel13 #uploadfilter #EU #Urheberrechtsgesetz
 
Sorry, dass ich den alten Post hier nochmal ausgrabe, aber John Goerzen hat da gerade eine schöne Zusammenfassung geschrieben:
http://changelog.complete.org/archives/9952-review-of-secure-privacy-respecting-email-services
reshare fromDear #lazyweb, wenn man einen sicheren Mailprovider sucht, wen würdet ihr empfehlen? Protonmail, mailbox.org, posteo oder was anderes?

Kurze Anforderungsliste:

* POP3 / IMAP-Support, über TLS
* SMTP ebenfalls TLS
* einfache Folder, vor allem für Spam und Trash
* Two-factor Authentication
* gutes Spam-Filtering
* Forwarding-Support
* keine Traffic-Limitierung

Nice to have:

* Adressbuch-Support
* Support für eigene Domains

Was ich de facto nicht brauche:

* irgendwelche fancy Web-Oberflächen, einfache Oberfläche für extrem gelegentliche Nutzung reicht
* Fileshare
* Online Office-Support
* Kalender
* Multi-User-Support

Ich habe keine besonderen Anforderungen bzgl. Speichergrenze. Das Ganze darf auch (kleines) Geld kosten.

#mail #secure
Review of Secure, Privacy-Respecting Email Services
 
Dear #lazyweb, wenn man einen sicheren Mailprovider sucht, wen würdet ihr empfehlen? Protonmail, mailbox.org, posteo oder was anderes?

Kurze Anforderungsliste:
- POP3 / IMAP-Support, über TLS
- SMTP ebenfalls TLS
- einfache Folder, vor allem für Spam und Trash
- Two-factor Authentication
- gutes Spam-Filtering
- Forwarding-Support
- keine Traffic-Limitierung

Nice to have:
- Adressbuch-Support
- Support für eigene Domains

Was ich de facto nicht brauche:
- irgendwelche fancy Web-Oberflächen, einfache Oberfläche für extrem gelegentliche Nutzung reicht
- Fileshare
- Online Office-Support
- Kalender
- Multi-User-Support

Ich habe keine besonderen Anforderungen bzgl. Speichergrenze. Das Ganze darf auch (kleines) Geld kosten.

#mail #secure
 
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