Reply to comment by zddy in Is Anonabox worth it? by zddy
It would also tunnel non browser traffic and let you access tor on devices that couldn't normally do that on.
Reply to What is everyone reading? by polpotisevil2
Space Opera, A Man Called Ove, Frankenstein
Reply to How does nonbinary work for you? by Zixiken
For me, it is essentially just the least weird general label. I'm not entirely sure how to describe it, perhaps a passive part rather than an active part of my identity if that makes sense. It's just kind of a thing that is there.
Reply to Thanks to Syrinx for the wallpaper! by throwaway
Happy to contribute!
Reply to Remote summer internships at the FSF by jaidedctrl
Thanks for the heads up!
Reply to Looking for Firefox alternatives; thoughts? by castwoy
I use Pale Moon. https://palemoon.org. It works well and is compatible with legacy FF extensions
Reply to comment by Raico in Tell the Truth – Get this Extension for 🦊 Firefox by avbeav
This! As much as I can get behind attention getting methods, all this one is going to do is waste somebody's time
Reply to comment by Zixiken in Introduction by Zixiken
Understandable. I'm in a similar situation, so my definition of server is pretty loose. I host a community blog project out of a small form factor tower hidden under my desk. Pretty much the height of professionalism right there
I have heard good things about dat. I ran an i2p node for a while, it seems like a decent platform. Freenet is also good, but seems to have a smaller userbase. I actively use mastodon for social media and it works phenomenally.
Reply to Introduction by Zixiken
Nice to meet you. Looks like we have a few interests in common. I am a bit of an amateur sysadmin, mostly host content for personal projects and that kind of thing. I do a lot with hardware ranging from the 70s to the late 90s.
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Reply to comment by suma in Introduction by Syrinx
I came here from reddit post on r/NonBinary. Seemed like a decent platform, so I decided to give it a try
Reply to What 6-8 sites do you visit most often? by Waken
In no specific order: Mastodon.me.uk, aur.archlinux.org, whatever webcomic I am currently reading, archive.org, youtube.com, gopherspace in general, various onion services
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I use Jitsi. It is all in browser, so there are fewer compatibility issues. Getting zoom running on obscure distros is a pain, so this alone makes it worth the switch.
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Reply to comment by cute in Happy International Nonbinary Day by Syrinx