nicely done! Every step count's this way we can do it together. Reducing (plastic) waste and going vegan are also a huge improvements.
EU: privacy is a fundamental human right
Also EU: we're going to encourage tech companies to automatically & indiscriminately scan all your private messages, chats, and emails for suspicious content
@kirschwipfel Ich habe selbst ein altes surface (ja da läuft Linux drauf) aber was das richtige für einen ist, hängt sehr stark davon ab wofür man es nutzen will. Für Uni und ähnliches ist für mich eine gute Stifteingabe z.B. super wichtig. Sicher auch einen Blick Wert ist das JingPad (Linux) https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2021/06/jingos-0-9-released-linux-tablet-os und ThinkPads (da laufen viele auch ohne mucken mit Linux)
Ein aus meiner Sicht wirklich lesenswerter Artikel über Wasserstoff und dessen Verwendung:
Element Spaces: Chat-Gruppen und Kontakte besser organisieren https://www.heise.de/news/Element-Spaces-Chat-Gruppen-und-Kontakte-besser-organisieren-6048118.html #Chat #Element
@jwildeboer this could make it possible to hit the floor running with your id idea rather than starting from scratch.
Side note: privacy is a real problem in my opinion since everyone could see every id this way.
@jwildeboer I 100% agree. Running infrastructure isn't free however, I believe in paying with money rather than with my data. Of course a model run by volunteers or based on crowdfunding etc. would be a better solutions than paying (not everyone is able to pay for this).
As a start, sponsoring the fees (which at least on ether only occur when changing data not when looking at it) or even taking some money would be "normal" since (sadly) id documents aren't exactly free at the moment. 1/2
@jwildeboer I think it's one of the easiest to implement. Since you can reward people who participate in building with money. You can't however reward them with extra identities. If you look into blockchains with smart contracts, they could provide decentralized identities, but to keep people interested in hosting part of the decentralized chain, it's far easier to build upon a "money" chain IMHO.
Nice German article by heise, why the university of Innsbruck choose #matrix #element over ms teams
@jwildeboer do be quite honest, I don't get the similarity. Patents and copyrights protect intellectual property (which has it's ups and downs). A lot of people could profit from both being opened up. Cryptocurrency on the other hand has NO value besides scarcity - therefore the moment you take away the scarcity no one would profit. (I'm talking about cryptocurrency not blockchain in general)
@jwildeboer IMHO a decentralized open and trust less system is needed. There are blockchains that provide exactly that, that's why I voted is needed. However, there are probably other solutions, I'm just not sure if its a good idea to search for it or build it if it's already there. I'm by no means an expert in Blockchain but if your interested feel free to contact me for more background of my thoughts.
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