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We published a statement on our stance on neutrality of free software (and why we won't stay neutral in this case): https://f-droid.org/en/2019/07/16/statement.html
This week in Usability & Productivity #72: Remote Desktop on Wayland now works! + Spectacle lets you open your screenshot or its containing folder + dozens upon dozens of solved bugs and mended papercuts.
The https://search.f-droid.org website is significantly faster again now
It's now only searching through name and summary of an app (instead of all possible fields).
Please try it out and see if it still finds the apps you expect with the keywords you expect.
Indian Net-Neutrality initiative
I think I forgot to prefix the link with an 'https', which is why it isn't clickable. I'll do that here:
If you find Open Science more important than Open Access, then read this:
Fwd: "Plan S and the Open Science Community" https://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2019/02/plan-s-and-open-science-community.html
The Indian Surveillance landscape
The Internet Freedom Foundation requested information from the Indian govt. about the surveillance it conducts, but were denied access.
A comparison of messaging software
With all the recent news about WhatsApp and FaceTime, I thought this might be of interest. (I am not the author/curator)
Telecom issues in India
Yay! And they've put up everyone's comments. Here's mine:
Telecom issues in India
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India #TRAI had released a consultation on Over-The-Top services, and has now put up all the comments they've received:
Do consider popularising the hashtag: #PlanS . It seems like an important initiative that should gather steam.
I've been occasionally working on some simulations of the phenomenon of Percolation. It is written in Python. Do check it out! Criticism and advice are welcome!
Hi! I'm a PhD student working in the area of Statistical Physics
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