jhasse wrote

Telegram's default chats are not end-to-end encrypted, which means that the server (closed-source, owned by the company behind Telegram) can read those message, too. You could use a "secret chat" which is end-to-end encrypted, but the official Telegram desktop application still doesn't support them for example.

Sharing your Syncthing ID is okay though, as you still have to manually accept device requests in Syncthing's UI.


jhasse wrote

Solus GNOME Edition ships with a patched Nautilus that re-introduces the graphical option for the “Enter Location” option that was removed in Nautilus, enabling users to more easily access the functionality to type a location to navigate.

Huh? What's wrong with Ctrl+L in upstream nautilus?