@Eden this kind of encryption is a mess to implement. Either you have the encryption key of your follower and encrypt the message for every one (costly when you have many followers). If your follower have the same decryption key you can't repudiate followers. It's like you have nothing. The only viable solution is broadcast encryption but it is expensive and hard to implement.
Gab, block suggested
@darckcrystale Why blocking mstdn.io On the simple basis that @angristan refuse to hide gab from me (and any other mstdn.io users)? Ok gab is sulfurous to say the least and nobody complains on your choice to block it. But what is the problem with the choice of @angristan? Just because he suppose we are responsible enough to block it yourself? The fact that gab is not blocked on mstdn won't turn us to nazi^^.
One thing I'd love to see is hackers, NGOs, and small media orgs pooling their resources and doing edge caching for each other on their servers.
Most of the time most servers do not use all the bandwidth, so this could help handle peaks in traffic.
Two things would be needed on the tech side: 1. websites becoming more easy to cache (do you really need this bit of dynamic content there?), and 2. some way of doing TLS termination without giving out private keys.
Please *contact me*. All I need is the domain name, which EU Member State it's located in, and the rough topic of the instance. Approximate user count welcome, but not necessary.
Please help. This is important.
@Eden got a free version . But I think the plugin work the community version of intellij.
@Eden CLion with the rust plugin is really nice. Not FOSS tough
@tromino not harder than any lang. A bit different with the ownership system.
However great documentation and ecosystem (with cargo). Clearly a must try.
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