ICYMI: We announced the conference program for #SFLC2019! In a few short weeks, SFLC will welcome guests to our 15th Anniversary Fall Conference.
Where: Columbia Law School in NYC📍
When: Friday, November 1, 2019, 9:00am-6:00pm🍁
Check out our program: https://www.softwarefreedom.org/news/2019/oct/10/2019-conference-program/
.@snowden’s revelations helped support EFF’s Jewel v. NSA case against mass surveillance. Read the six amicus briefs in support: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/10/privacy-allies-file-amicus-briefs-support-effs-jewel-v-nsa-case
Yes, we know you're excited; Yes, you can see the anodized chassis we got into this Aspen batch; Yes, we are asking you to be patient as we incrementally ship through tens of thousands of Librem 5 phones over the next handful of months; Yes, you will get yours. Yes, you will be impressed. @purism #librem5
After nearly 20 years, it's time to put an end to this invasive surveillance program. https://act.eff.org/action/end-the-nsa-s-call-detail-records-program-once-and-for-all
Looking forward to Software Freedom Law Center's Fall Event on Nov. 1 at Columbia Univ. Law School. #SFLC2019
My run through of the Librem 5 privacy and security-focussed mobile phone... What a joy to finally have it in my hands! My congratulations to the extraordinary team at Purism.
https://invidio.us/watch?v=Gvnt78mK-Ac&hl=en-US&local=false&autoplay=0&subtitles=%2C%2C #privacy #security #librem5
Do you have an idea for a Librem 5 app? Here’s a guide to setup your local development environment https://developer.puri.sm/Librem5/Development_Environment/Boards/emulators.html and an app design tutorial to get you started https://puri.sm/posts/librem-5-app-design-tutorial-naming-your-app/ #purism #linuxphone #mobilelinux
"Selling a smartphone is a cutthroat business, and we've seen dozens of companies try and fail over the years. Purism didn't just survive long enough to ship a product—it survived in what is probably the hardest way possible, by building a non-Android phone with demands that all the hardware components use open code. Making it this far is an amazing accomplishment."
Wow, nice article about the Librem 5 in Ars Technica; https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/09/purisms-librem-5-phone-starts-shipping-a-fully-open-gnulinux-phone/
@Framasoft It's sad to see services go, but thank you for sharing your lessons learned. Regarding #technicaldebt and ease-of-maintenance, we're making slow but steady progress on packaging, so that one day you'll just `apt install ldh-middleware` and launch some Frama Un services ;) Keep on federatin' and vive la Framasoft! 🇫🇷
Carbon based life form with predilection for binary data. :emacs: