New blogpost: Terminal Phase 1.0! https://dustycloud.org/blog/terminal-phase-1.0/
Somebody sent me this link about Clearview: a company making an app sold to law enforcement that does facial recognition and has built a database based on public images. That is, unlike regular government software it is not based on driving licenses and mug shots but also includes Facebook, Twitter, etc. It's against the terms of service, but they don't care.
Fedora vision statements
This new first draft of vision statement for Fedora is an improvement over the current one:
"We envision a world where free and open source software is accessible and usable. In this world, software is built by communities that are inclusive, welcoming, and encourage experimentation. The Fedora Project will be a reference for everyone who shares this vision."
Meeting to discuss and protest facial recognition in #Portland on January 21st, 2020
We are almost to 70 accounts on our instance! Very thankful to see the community growing here... Thanks all! https://indieweb.social/about/more
ok i wrote another update on the state of Reform, i guess the last one before campaign launch https://mntre.com/media/reform_md/2020-01-18-finishing-reform.html
Interests: programming languages, open platforms, art, craft, diy, and justice. #nobot
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