I need some help.
My spouse and i are trying to figure out a better way to track our finances, while using software i can host on my servers, and that is open source. We have a piece of software but it's double entry accounting. So, are there non-double entry systems that are self hosted, open source, and still allow secure access from external systems? We use a LDAP authentication.
Alternately, any *simplistic* explanations of double entry accounting would be very appreciated. I'm in the process of doing my own research, but any help would be really nice.

Boosts and answers appreciated!!

The surveillance state is growing.

A new project by @eff and the University of Nevada allows you to explore a map of where known cell-site simulators, smart street lights, and mobile biometric technology have been deployed.

I get hundreds of millions of dollars every year by legitimising surveillance capitalists and enabling them to violate your privacy by default. (I wouldn’t exist without them.) Please trust me on privacy.

Why are you all looking at me like that?

OK, OK, you can stop glaring: I’m Mozilla, y’all love me. 💕

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#OpenBSD has disabled #DoH by default in our #Firefox packages. This is active in -current, and will be in our 6.6 -release.

From @otto 's commit message:

"""Disable DoH by default. While encrypting DNS might be a good thing, sending all DNS traffic to Cloudflare by default is not a good idea.
Applications should respect OS configured settings."""

This plugin requires some configuration, or it will break most websites by default. I would at the very least allow third party CSS, but it is up to you. You could also just disable everything except protection from CF if that sounds better to you.

There is a plugin that will automagically block Cloudflare connections (or redirect to archive.org if you'd prefer). It comes with IceCat, it's called Searxes Third Party Tracker Blocker. It's also mirrored on the Mozilla addon store if that's more your thing.


Apparently cybre.space's CDN uses Cloudflare, but the instance itself doesn't... Very stange. Watch out for static.cybre.space, I suppose.

Tor Browser for Android 8.5.6 is out now. The latest version for Linux, macOS, and Windows is still 8.5.5.

This update fixes an issue with the aarch64 version, mostly on Android 9, which caused a crash on launch. Apologies to all who were affected.

What software devs can do to combat climate change:

help your local climate groups organise help in running their digital infrastructure make them a nice website if the group is using some FLOSS tool, help making it better

What is hardly going to help combating climate change as a software dev: Shaving off a few CPU instructions on one of your software projects.

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At least Starbucks in the US. I imagine there are some GDPR issues with that in other countries.

You have to love that Starbucks stores your MAC address and ships it off to Google, but "it's a feature!"

Why yes, of course I trust you with my debit card.

"We've noticed you're blocking our 40MBs of tracking scripts. Please give us a dollar."

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