if you're new to the team and haven't heard about the freebsd server
that we maintain for ~team users.
it's somewhat barebones, but has web- and mailservers that are up and
running, ready to serve php and static files from ~/public_html.
this is the process that i use to migrate user accounts:
~/.ssh/authorized_keys is copied over from tilde.team proper, meaning
you can ssh to bsd.tilde.team with the same keys that you use here.
there's also an inspircd node running there for the tilde.chat network,
so you can connect to localhost/6667 there as well.
i plan on using this list as a place to post updates and other info.
holler here if you need anything or have any package requests etc.
In the continuous search for the freeedom at any technology I use, I'm
searching for mobile alternatives for Android (+google).
During this search I've known SailfishOS  and e.foundation. The
leader is meego based, but has apk support. The latter is android
derivative with gapps replaced by the services of e.foundation.
Since both seem a reasonable alternative, I was wondering if anyone here
has experience with any of these, and could share his/hers opinions.
Any guidance also in the process of creating a dual boot to a cellular
is more than welcome. I'm seriously thinking in buying an Xperia XA2 as
it's supported by both OSs
Thanks in advance, and have a nice day :)
Hi folks !
I was thinking about writing some documentation about email (and maybe
more) encryption using GnuPG. The target would be not-so-techy tilde
users. And the objective would be that anybody can use public key
encryption if they want to with minimal hassle.
I would like to know what people use for handling email, as I've been
using mutt for so long I don't really know what other folks do.
Please answer to this post (I'll publish it also on bbj and maybe
tilde.news) with your combo of OS/email agent or simply with a "not
That way I'll have an idea of what config examples to include on the
docs or that perhaps there's no interest at all in this and I can use my
time on other stuff ...
That's it, please take a couple of minutes to answer this ;-)
Have a nice day !
GnuPG key: https://onna.be/44CA735E.asc
Which one do you guys use?
I have been avoiding Amazon for a while now, and that is the only
eReader available in my country, apparently. So I thought I would ask
May be you do not like eReaders? May be you use your eReader for only
a _few_ of the books? May be you just cannot let go of the pbooks?
Here is where I stand at: I used to have a Kindle 3 years ago. I read
all my novels on it while I had it. I took it on flights, trains,
It was amazing having the book I'm reading with me all the time. It
was amazing being able to buy any book, or review them before
buying. It was amazing not having to worry about big and heavy
books. It was fun having facilities such as bookmarks, dictionaries
It it was not fun not being able to stand in front of my bookshelf and
looking at the books. It was not fun not being able to lend the books
to others. It was not fun not being able to flip pages rampantly.
I found it completely useless for my technical books.
(Sorry in advance for the top post) no worries Txus, only a single post is showing up on my end :)
(Oh yeah and im running on android 4.1.1 so uh get an old android phone and see how long you last - I challenge you :p)
Txus Ordorika <txusinho(a)tilde.team> wrote:
>Sorry for the multipost: mutt was returning and error and I thought it
>wasn't working O:)
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