On Accountability, Abuse Show more
The three forms of accountability are
1. Fixing the harm done
2. Removing the ability to cause this harm again
3. Improving yourself such that you would not cause this harm again
But I think when it comes to matters of community safety, #2 is often the one that makes people feel safest. It's harder to feel confidently that someone has self-improved enough to feel safe. But knowing that they *can't* do it again, you can imagine they're doing the work to self-improve
Airbnb and the so-called sharing economy is hollowing out our cities. We need Fairbnb! https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/aug/31/airbnb-sharing-economy-cities-barcelona-inequality-locals
Se aprite twitter la gara tra pd e lega è a chi ha rimpatriato più migranti e a chi è andato di più in Libia. Il tutto sulla pelle di chi soffre veramente
Removed version 3.5 (the apk of which I got from their site) and installed version 3.4 from #fDroid and it seems to be working now.
Blokada appears to not be working anymore on my phone (LineageOS 14.1 fully up to date)
This (closed) bug report is 100% accurate in describing the situation.
Anyone has a clue?
2018 is so much fun! 🎉 😀
New web client ✅
New Android app ✅
New iOS app ✅
Check our blog to learn what makes our new mail client so special: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/secure-mail-public-beta-release
"The entire economy is #MoviePass"
Here’s an idea: form a voluntary “Fediverse Code” that limits the size of instances to a small number. Say 100 or, at most 1,000. Any instances larger than that size are blocked.
The mega-instances we have today, like .social, voluntarily agree to cull their numbers over a period of time; aiding the migration to other instances.
The fediverse is already hugely centralised and unless we do something about it, it will be ruled by a handful of feudal lords/Mini-Jacks.
Soon, some venture capitalist will put $5 million into a startup that offers free fediverse accounts with unlimited storage, etc.
Unless every other instance instantly blocks such a service from Day 1, you can kiss your fediverse goodbye and say hello to a new Gmail. Once network effects kick in, they will make the rules.
It _can_ happen here but you have an opportunity to kill it before it does.
Dutch government to remove legal barriers to sharing code as #OpenSource. Next year, the government will begin encouraging public services to publish their source code publicly. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/news/digitally-inclusive #PublicMoney? #PublicCode!
demo against fascism, we are more Show more
some days ago the far-right gatherd with ~5000 ppl in chemnitz, exploiding a tragic event, using violence against others while tryn to unite the different fractions of the far-right.
Couple of bands gave free concerts. They made it to be a party against fascism.
"As the world scrambles to replace fossil fuels with clean energy, the environmental impact of finding all the lithium required to enable that transformation could become a serious issue in its own right."
And that's why we need to invest MASSIVELY in fuel cell tech for automotive purposes.
“We are composed of humans and we make mistakes, it doesn’t matter what is the model… The transparency and horizontal structure is what is important.” They strive “To keep the values continuously clean, refreshed.”
-- Joanes Maiza, GoiEner, interviewed by @michaelafisher
Open Source, Videogames, Philosophy, Cooperatives, P2P, History, Sci-Fi, RPGs, Socialism, Memes, Anarchy. Not necessarily in that order.
social.coop is a cooperatively-run corner of the Fediverse. The instance is democratically governed by its members, who generally share an interest in the co-op model, but topics of discussion range widely.
Our instance is supported by sliding scale contributions of $1-10/mo made via Open Collective. You must have an active Open Collective account to apply for membership; you may set one up here