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Cake day: abe. 26, 2021


How … spoiler: Protonmail safes the IP address when creating a new account.

Thank you for taking the time to write that and pointing me to the fosstodon instance! I just got my account there :)

I even found a mastodon.social entry in my password manager from x years ago. I guess i had a better experience back then on how to sign up. I really struggled this time. I guess things don’t get easier the older you get.

Probably in the unknown universe as well

He didn’t say which crypto. Do you have serious concerns? Otherwise he’s right.

I’m a linux user and I don’thang out in the command line the whole day. Using curl for browsing would be really annoying :D

If the backend just sends the data to google there’s no point in using an alternative frontend imo.

Not foss but linguee for words and deepl for sentences or phrases. Never input any personal or confidential stuff. Never.

He’s still on the board -> no way that’s coming

I didn’t know android introduces a permission for the fingerprint, I’m still on android 10. Good to know that you can disable that in the recent versions

Looks promising! I wish fenix was as awesome as firefox

Wow. I wouldn’t have come up with that myself, thx.

Is this currently being abused by any OS or apps?

If you only want a backup, go for syncthing. You must have a lot of images if you can’t store them all on a phone. Videos can be a problem though.

Best option I can think of is to save your videos in a different folder than the images and use syncthing. But set the settings such that if you delete it on your phone, it won’t be deleted on your server. Then selfhost jellyfin and you’ll have your own “netflix” with your own videos!

Thank you for this idea! I’ll implement that myself!

As someone else already mentioned, it depends a whole lot about what you want to with it.

  • If you want a cloud, go for a selfhosted nextcloud.
  • if you want a backup solution, go for something like syncthing and use simple gallery, etc.
  • if you solely want to look at them in a browser go for photoprism
  • etc.