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Watching the NASA livestream, is way more exciting than superbowl


(3/3) So I'm moving to LessPass; something that is open source, doesn't rely on any servers and it's been recommended to me multiple times. If any of you is not using a password manager, I strongly recommend you to do so!

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Is it only me that thinks that almost everything that elon musk claims is just crap?

Just killed som SANs that has been powered on for 20 years straight

My old colleagues project got some attention, VICE did an interview with him, check it out!

Scaling down the homelab is quite fun, from larger machines to smaller ones.

I just did the math and, on top of what I pay out-of-pocket for NixNet ($120/mo at the moment) and other personal stuff, I'm also donating $60/mo to various FOSS projects and developers. No wonder I never have much extra money :cirno_for_reals:

I'm wondering if there is a way of "donating" part of my upload bandwidth, that I rarely need, to services like or others. Can I install an instance on my server and "mirror" other instances or help them in any other way to deliver content via my upload?

So, what are we about? 23 orgas, over 13.000 people and counting.

We're simply worried about the massive deployment of biometric surveillance tech such as facial recognition cams. It's secretive, it's unlawful, it's inhumane.

We are calling for a BAN on biometric mass surveillance. In February 2021 we are launching an ECI (European Citizen Initiative) aimed at the European Commission.

Get involved and #ReclaimYourFace!

On #Peertube it is possible to livestream via OBS Studio / #Jitsi Meet.

> If you want to broadcast a webinar or a conference very easily, you can also use Jitsi Meet for recording the event, and rely on PeerTube for streaming it live. It is very useful if you have an expected audience too big for Jitsi to handle, but actually only a few people talking.

You can start a webinar with a pure FOSS solution πŸŽ‰

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