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Personally, I tend to prefer and have little to no issues with it, even when using services.

privacytools.io/browsers/#brow

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With Cinnamon's switch to as its default browser, now might be as good time to remember that there are a veritable cornucopia of FOSS Blink-based browsers available.

I can highly recommend ungoogled-chromium as a privacy focused option.

ungoogled-software.github.io/

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It's a bitter-sweet episode today. @marxjohnson@twitter.com @m_wimpress@twitter.com and @popey@twitter.com discuss some tech news, and announce the end of the show. For realsies. Listen in to learn when and why.
ubuntupodcast.org/2021/09/09/s

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Learn how to upgrade from @opensuse Leap 15.2 to 15.3 using the CLI. Get an up to date stack for your cloud workload. cyberciti.biz/faq/how-to-upgra

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🚀 CryptPad 4.11.0 is now live on cryptpad.fr

This release introduces version 2 of our Forms application, addressing the feedback we gathered over the summer.

Many thanks again to everyone who took time to answer our survey and/or took part in interviews.

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I’m loving the “Uses” pages I stumble on. It’s really interesting to see the hardware and software other Fosstodon users make use of.

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I'd love to hear about FOSS time tracking solutions that other freelancers use. Win10 supported preferably. :ac_happy:

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GOG gets a bunch of classic Star Trek games with Star Trek: Armada and Star Trek: Armada II coming soon: track.adtraction.com/t/t?a=157 (partner). Plenty should work in Wine.

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I've run a big text adventure for thirteen years (at one point briefly it was the biggest text adventure!) and if there's one thing I've about managing a big online community in that time that I'd choose to pass on as a warning to others, it's this: remove the people who don't like being there.

Some folks just don't like the place, or they liked it once and they don't anymore, and that's fine.

You'd think they'd just go somewhere else, and most do, but some don't, and those folks are AWFUL.

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Tails 4.22 is out

In Tails 4.22, we focused on solving the most important issues in the Tor Connection assistant to make it more robust and easier to use.
tails.boum.org/news/version_4.

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Don't just be a LibreOffice user - be part of the awesome community that makes it! You don't need to be a programmer - there are many ways to get involved and help out: whatcanidoforlibreoffice.org

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Stories 2.0

- Federation support
- Video support
- Story Polls
- Story Reactions (optional)
- Story Replies (optional)
- See who viewed your stories

Now available!

Special thanks to @NGIZero for funding this feature milestone! 🎉 #pixelfed #stories

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There were many smaller @opensuse Tumbleweed snapshots this week. #Wireshark had a Bluetooth fix, #bind fixes some CVE, Audacity fixes some filters and YaST takes care of some #YCP #zombies :-) news.opensuse.org/2021/09/03/w

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Use LibreOffice? Want to do more with it? We have extensive documentation, thanks to our worldwide community, covering Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw and Base: documentation.libreoffice.org/

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DebConf21 Group photo. This was a tough one, we all really want a real-life event, hopefully next year!
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The @opensuse Project wished #SUSE a Happy 29th Birthday. Sept. 2, 1992 💚! Congratulations! Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag 🍻 #SUSEGoGreen

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