I have compiled my official mail provider recommendations. With any provider, you must always use your own domain.
Good: Down to earth. Unlimited domains, storage, etc. Full marks for philosophical, ethical, and technical merits.
Bad: Difficult to set up. UI is a bit confusing. Advertises itself in your signature in the free plan. Apparently blocks VPN and Tor users (I have reached out to them about this).
Note: Was unable to evaluate their webmail
Good: excellent PGP support and good on other security fronts as well
Bad: requires google captcha, does not handle plaintext as well as I'd like, german leaks through into the english interface sometimes, too scatterbrained
Good: Goes above and beyond in support for various standards and protocols, handles plaintext email very well. Lots of good options for account security.
Bad: rough UI
migadu is hard to set up but is the best all-around offering. If you're security concious, mailbox.org has the best PGP support and good all-around security; runbox.com has good account security options but no built-in PGP support.
Evaluated but not recommended: disroot, fastmail, posteo.de, poste.io, protonmail, tutanota, riseup, cock.li, teknik, megacorp mail (gmail, outlook, etc)
Pleased to announce, that we have changed our banner for social.linux.pizza instead of the old one. The new one is classified as "art".
This was crafted together by @ohyran , so if you are in any need of a illustrator/designer - you know who you should talk to :)
What the fuck is wrong with you? https://mastodon.social/@dansup/102391641156493980
Why are you pressuring me to block a instance from the 14k people here, when you can do that yourself?
in the final episode of HBO's chilling miniseries "Cloudflare", a distributed systems engineer explains to the investigative committee that although Cloudflare recklessly sought a market dominance that made the web brittle and fragile, it was in fact the broader capitalist context that made it wise for them to do so. only the telecom lobby understands the gravity of the accusation, and endeavors successfully to blackball the engineer as a hopeless political radical.
Scary, to put it mildly.
"Motherboard has traced T-Mobile phone location data sold on the black market to a specific triple homicide in Dallas, where two bounty hunters killed someone they were tracking in broad daylight in a car dealership. All three died in the shootout"
To sell a tracking feature as an anti-bot feature is the best thing they could do!
Tracking blockers can't block it, because that would break the Captcha functionality.
And web admins will happilly embed it on any, any site just to "protect" their login from bots – exposing all their users, but they don't care, they never cared… #nogoogle #recaptcha #tracking
TIL https://serverfault.com/questions/219013/showing-total-progress-in-rsync-is-it-possible (CC: @fribbledom [may be of use])
@admin FYI I am unfollowing all in this screenshot (not sure what is my stance on instance blocking)
@selea ever pondered about installing Wallabag, tt-rss and some kind of IRC bouncer?
A instance dedicated - but not limited - to people with an interest in the GNU+Linux ecosystem and/or general tech. Sysadmins to enthusiasts, creators to movielovers - welcome