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Cake day: Jun 06, 2022


I know that the UI isn’t as appealing as Discord, but Mumble is a decent option if you host your own server or trust the host. (Not e2ee but it’s clients server encrypted. Claimed reason)

Not that stable yet. They’re planning to rewrite most of their stuff

(Guide) Make a Libredirect-like behavior manually with Tarnhelm
Note: At their website, the author said they're using [Microsoft App Center](https://tarnhelm.project.ac.cn/en/privacy.html), so you might want to disable the app's access to the internet. **Introduction:** I've used UntrackMe for some time, but I felt that it misses some sites that I frequently using. So after searching a bit, I ran into [Tarnhelm](https://tarnhelm.project.ac.cn/en), which one of it's feature let the user to kinda mimic UntrackMe manually. **It will copy the changed URL when you Tarnhelm-copy at the copy menu (or when you copy if you use LSposed or background monitor features).** **Guide:** 1. Download [Tarnhelm](https://tarnhelm.project.ac.cn/en) ([F-droid](https://f-droid.org/packages/cn.ac.lz233.tarnhelm/) / [LSposed](https://modules.lsposed.org/module/cn.ac.lz233.tarnhelm)) 2. Go to "Rules" -> "Regexes" 3. There are two options to go from here * Copy one of the followed codes on the list below, then click on add and then click on the paste (note that you might need to change some of the instances). * [Add a rule manually.](https://tarnhelm.project.ac.cn/en/manual.html#regex-rules) 4. Profit! Feel free to add rules at the comment section. Actually, please do lol. Hope you'll find it as useful as I did :) **The list:** YouTube -> invidious.snopyta.org: ``` eyJhIjoiWW91VHViZSAtPiBpbnZpZGlvdXMuc25vcHl0YS5vcmciLCJiIjpbIihodHRwfGh0dHBzKTpcL1wvKHd3d3xtKS55b3V0dWJlLmNvbVwvIl0sImMiOlsiaHR0cHM6XC9cL2ludmlkaW91cy5zbm9weXRhLm9yZ1wvIl0sImQiOiJYcGVlTiJ9 ``` reddit -> teddit: ``` eyJhIjoicmVkZGl0IC0%2BIHRlZGRpdCIsImIiOlsiaHR0cHM6XC9cLyh3d3cuKT9yZWRkaXQuY29tXC8iXSwiYyI6WyJodHRwczpcL1wvdGVkZGl0Lm5ldFwvIl0sImQiOiJYcGVlTiJ9 ``` Medium -> Scribe ``` eyJhIjoiTWVkaXVtIC0%2BIFNjcmliZSIsImIiOlsiKGh0dHB8aHR0cHMpOlwvXC9tZWRpdW0uY29tXC8iXSwiYyI6WyJodHRwczpcL1wvc2NyaWJlLnJpcFwvIl0sImQiOiJYcGVlTiJ9 ``` imgur -> rimgo ``` eyJhIjoiaW1ndXIgLT4gcmltZ28iLCJiIjpbImh0dHBzPzpcL1wvaT8uP2ltZ3VyLihjb218aW8pXC8iXSwiYyI6WyJodHRwczpcL1wvcmltLm9keXNzZXkzNDYuZGV2XC8iXSwiZCI6IlhwZWVOIn0%3D ``` Quora -> quetre ``` eyJhIjoiUXVvcmEgLT4gcXVldHJlIiwiYiI6WyJodHRwczpcL1wvKHd3dyk%2FLnF1b3JhLmNvbVwvIl0sImMiOlsiaHR0cHM6XC9cL3F1ZXRyZS5ibGFja2RyZ24ubmxcLyJdLCJkIjoiWHBlZU4ifQ%3D%3D ``` Twitter -> Nitter ``` eyJhIjoiVHdpdHRlciAtPiBOaXR0ZXIiLCJiIjpbIihodHRwfGh0dHBzKTpcL1wvdHdpdHRlci5jb21cLyJdLCJjIjpbImh0dHBzOlwvXC9uaXR0ZXIubmV0XC8iXSwiZCI6IlhwZWVOIn0%3D ```

The problem isn’t with the private routers. Cities can spread “free Wi-Fi” all over the place just as an excuse…

I couldn’t really get it from the link, but IMO It depends how well it can distinguish human characteristics. If one can roughly illustrate a person based on that info, it’s REALLY bad news. If you only get boolean result from it about something being at an area, it’s not as bad.

Edit: nvm, we are fucked

Bro, chill out. Wasn’t it easier just to answer the question and give facts that he couldn’t disproof? Also, like @Helix@feddit.de said, you made so many assumptions based of absolutely nothing. That’s maybe how Facebook works, but don’t bring it here please.

Yep. Because let’s be honest, most of the people that transferred to mastodon haven’t done that based on privacy reason.

I should mention I only tested their gaming series, so it might be it.

I can’t bring myself to support Razer after their poor QC on their Kraken headset series. AFAIK their kraken headsets has this issue to this day.

BTW, I never heard about that double clicking thing with Logitech before and my Logitech mouses survive years of abuse without an issue, so I stick by their side when needed.

I think something big should happen sitewide for making redditors searching for an alternative and find Lemmy. It wouldn’t happen in Twitter’s case for example if Elon wouldn’t do such critical mistakes by his side.

Peertube has a meta search engine that searchs a lot of instances together. I wish Lemmy had it too

Peertube has a meta search engine that searchs a lot of instances together. I wish Lemmy had it too.

Yep. only reddit/Lemmy for now filling that niche afaik

Don’t do it on android tho, FF sites are not isolated, you better use Bromite or Brave for those shady sites.

debate platform

How would it be different from Lemmy (at the rights posts&communities)?

  • Mull + searxNG for general browsing +uBO
  • Chromium based browser (brave/bromite) + searxNG for websites that you feel you need process isolation while using them (so they can’t see other website’s cookies, etc.)

Naraka bladepoint, Rainbow six siege, Paladins.

Better conclusion: switch to Firefox :)

And that’s assuming each car carrying 4 people EVERY RIDE, which beraly happens IRL. It’s mostly 1 man transportation device unfortunately.

AlliExpress! Omg the mobile website is horrible

That’s so dumb, at least WhatsApp is e2ee. Using SMS these days is just asking for trouble lol

That’s fucked up. At least no one uses SMS anymore lol. Honestly I think we should use apps only when nessesary, and just use websites instead. They’re all mobile compatible anyway

IDK about how the big tech corps takes adventage of it, but in general I think that’s an important concept. Here’s an example why:

Let’s say you developed a website that charge some money for a service, obviously you developed a server side and a client side. While the user have access to the client side, he can’t even reach the server side files. If someone would’ve steal your server side files and share them online, no one will use your service, that you worked hard on inventing it and implement it, any more. That’s a theft, and copyrights laws are suppose to help us make sure it’s illegal to do so.

Lineage os + microg, firefox and searx for starters.

I’m using searx for at least a year now and it’s great.

I also heard recommendation about whoogle, and you can also check out brave search.

Wow that’s digusting. Can’t you opt out?

No. Fuck cars. Imho we should use them only if nessesary

Oh right. Well yeah that’s a shame. I bet there’s a way to make the frontend select an instance randomaly from a list and send the query to it.

You can see at searx.space if an instance changed the code he uses.

Well yeah, it doesn’t make sense to open your own instace and use it alone, but if you make it public it won’t matter as much because they can’t know which queries are yours. It would force you to get another ip address for the server though.

The only complain I have about searx is that the owner can log stuff, which forces you to choose a public instance carefully. If instances couldn’t log it would be the perfect option IMO.

It is great to have an alternative that doesn’t count on google or bing for results, but it’s NOT the best option right now. IMO, searx is the best option, but you have to choose an instance you can trust or host your own (but beware that all the engines your instance using will get your instance’s IP address).

Yeah, but don’t actually use this instance, they got very bad stats compared to other known instances like searx.be. I advise you and OP to go to searx.space and choose the instance you want to use.

But yeah “foreground location” and “background location” should be different permissions

They are though, I can usually choose between “Allow only while using the app” and “Allow all the time”.