@ckeen I have enjoyed the series of books from the "Architecture of Open Source Software". I have used them to dip in to the implementation of different software. The first two provide a nice intro to the ideas behind the code of the programs they cover. Thew newest is "500 Lines or Less", which provides small implementations of commonly encountered software.
The books are CC licensed and can be read online or purchased (proceeds go to Amnesty International). http://www.aosabook.org/en/index.html
I found out earlier this week that my OnePlus 5 has a backdoor that (theoretically and practically) could allow anyone to install an app on my phone without me knowing.
Thankfully, open source is awesome, so I've just flashed it with LineageOS (which I meant to do immediately after buying it, but never go around to doing...)
I wrote about how the We Are Open Co-op (http://weareopen.coop) and passbolt (http://passbolt.com) are working together: https://medium.com/passbolt/announcing-the-passbolt-community-forum-6ea79fbfe843
"This isn’t me saying goodbye to the Internet – this is me saying goodbye to the shopping mall. But you can still find me at the rock concert, in the public library, and in the park."
I purchased 4 of these mastodon stickers:
I'll have 3 in my bag if you ever see me and want one :) https://social.coop/media/Y4J8grSyki1ndXXyLiU
*whispers* hey there's this cool sticker you can get so everybody sees you're a Cool Tooter https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/sticker/mastodon-logo-sticker/791326/