[Freedombox-discuss] #NSA #prism "safe" communication ?

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 1 21:59:43 UTC 2013

On 07/01/2013 05:00 PM, James Gilmore wrote:
>     what about #freedombox ?
> What about it? As far as I've ever heard, it isn't remotely ready. 
> Note that the current release is "0.1," in other words, closer to 
> vaporware than product. The only active developer I know about for 
> certain is Nick Daly. https://github.com/NickDaly/freedom-maker The 
> front-end for FreedomBox hasn't seen any development in over a year. 
> https://github.com/jvasile/Plinth So I'm not confident that Freedombox 
> will ever emerge from its cocoon.
> There's a marked visibility/PR problem. The email lists are the ONLY 
> source of info, and if you're not in the thick of it, it's hard to 
> tell what's going on. Even lurking on this email list, I often feel 
> like more is actually happening, but just isn't seeing the light of 
> day. I see inquiries about FreedomBox all the time, but nobody seems 
> to know anything about it's true state.
> That said, I think freedombox is mostly about making existing 
> technology easy to use.

Speaking of making existing technology easy to use, see:

What would be great is a way to access some of the existing apps through 
Tor hidden services.  If yunohost had a plugin for that, then with an 
app like Owncloud you wouldn't even need to set up your own domain-- 
just access it through any machine connected to the net through Tor.

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