[c/Fediversefutures](https://lemmy.ml/c/fediversefutures) is future focused
[c/fediverse](https://lemmy.ml/c/fediverse) has a few questions about a specific fediverse service
[c/fedizens](https://lemmy.ml/c/fedizens) highlights interesting interactions that span multiple fediverse platforms. However, I am open to suggestions for what direction to take this sublemmy.
[c/fedivangelism](https://lemmy.ml/c/fedivangelism) is specifically for convincing new users to join the fediverse (has no active moderator)
USBs aren't convenient enough. I've done wifi sharing via FTP, which didnt require WAN. Ftp was slow to set up. My bluetooth's bandwidth seems very small?
A 1 click to install app across multiple devices, that only uses LAN, would be ideal. Right now, I just transfer files with element
"Centralised messenger Signal has just announced that they are making part of their server software closed source. They claim it is to fight spam, but by using closed source they make it impossible for outsiders to verify the truth. This is worrying.
We really, really need a fully open, decentralised alternative to Signal.
There are several alternatives being developed, please support them:
➡️ @Jami "
It seems to be open source: https://github.com/AudiusProject/audius-client
> Mmm. Basically they’re a soundcloud/spotify platform based in a blockchain protocol in terms of monetization, that’s it. Only their client (Another React app) and protocol (ethereum) are open source (Apache License 2.0) the rest is the same: Another privative/centralized music platform with DRM.
> At the moment the only real federated/decentralized music platform is Funkwhale. Or Jamendo which is centralized but all its content is under Libre/Free copyright licenses like Creative Commons.