Anarchists Radio Relay League
Informative zine about ham radio from an anarchist perspective.
Donderdag 18 februari, 14:00 uur, hoofdkantoor Vestia
Hilledijk 71, Rotterdamactie: tegen dreigende huisuitzetting van tientallen Tweebosbuurt-bewoners https://www.doorbraak.eu/18-februari-rotterdam-actie-tegen-dreigende-huisuitzetting-van-tientallen-tweebosbuurt-bewoners/
What's the best umbrella term for tech that aims at a lower environmental impact (hardware, software and network traffic) and respects privacy?
@calcifer posted about this in December, resulting in an interesting thread. Now I'm writing about it and could use some help deciding on a single term :)
Worker co-ops aren't an effective way to fight capitalism.
Worker co-ops don't help non-union workers organize, and functions within capitalist markets.
"A cooperative’s economic incentives discourage industrial action because the workers have an ownership stake in the business. But organized workers can bring a workplace to a grinding halt to win demands."
Seeking CMS Advice
I'm currently looking at trying to some smaller orgs off of the disposable php-cms treadmill. You know the story – some designer+nerd friend sets up some PHP #CMS with a dozen plugins and a fancy theme. Two years later the whole thing breaks and is impossible to upgrade. 3 years after that you just have to take it and the 300 posts it had down because somebody keeps trying to use it to send spam. It can be pretty sad.
Static sites have their foibles but for a small org they are very attractive in that they should mostly work for a decade or two and can even be tweaked by hand if you need to, even if the generating software rots to bits.
But I don't want to teach everyone git + Markdown + special tags etc.
So, I've been looking at some GUI front-ends for stuff like Hugo and other static site generators. Does anyone have experience with this kind of situation and setup?
From the 2011 Revolution to the Revolt of 2021
Tunisia is experiencing its largest grassroots revolt since the so-called Arab Spring, with implications for all North Africa. Anarchists in Tunisia explore what has changed—and what remains the same.
This sounds like an ideal workaround for groups larger than 35 or 40 attendees when #Jitsi starts to struggle.
Now to see if #OBS will recognise Peertube streamkeys...
Labour is toast! The original bread was mouldy too!! https://letsgetrooted.wordpress.com/2020/05/25/a-call-for-a-new-working-class-strategy/
So, after one year of read-write time about computers I thought of having a Mastodon première of The User Condition, a looong text on computer agency and behavior. Here's the link, enjoy:
Of course I'm profoundly grateful for the help that I received from all of you people here (check acknowledgements at the bottom).
Needless to say, I welcome feedback, criticism, bug/misspells reports and whatever else comes to mind :)
Consensus, keeping it small and #federating https://alternativeestuary.home.blog/2021/01/28/consensus-keeping-it-small-and-federation
Ok, setting up an instance of #Epicyon took about 13 minutes on a server that already had a working Nginx setup...very impressed...
the _removePostInteractions function also has a nice purpose: "Removes potentially sensitive interactions from a post. This is the type of thing which would be of interest to marketers or of saleable value to them. eg. Knowing who likes who or what." https://gitlab.com/bashrc2/epicyon/-/blob/a2c09cb267a836a285fbbdc218b03261d8512864/daemon.py#L436-460
#epicyon has a removeMetdata function built into the upload processing of images. These are the sort of design decisions we need in our software https://gitlab.com/bashrc2/epicyon/-/blob/a2c09cb267a836a285fbbdc218b03261d8512864/media.py#L40-53
Zeg, komt het omdat ik hier al een tijdje rondhang, steeds meer mensen volg en dus via-via steeds meer #Nederlanders (en dus ook Nederlands) zie langskomen, of wordt de Fediverse stiekem toch door steeds meer mensen ontdekt?
Goeie ontwikkeling, in ieder geval!
The cryptography library for #Epicyon has been moved to python3-cryptography. This increases the speed of http signature checks by 18 times, so it should be better for single board computers running on solar power.
So if you are running an Epicyon instance then install that package before doing an upgrade.