@espectalll Fastmail. And yeah, they used to spam the heck out of me. Hmm… that makes me wonder *goes to check mail rules*
@aidalgol It looks like they really don’t like it when (a) you have a VPN (b) you’re using private browsing and/or (c) you have Better enabled.
@adamprocter Authentication in Tincan (the p2p persistence/auth layers on Site.js) will be based on publickey auth where only your trusted nodes have the private keys. Unlike IndieWeb, with Tincan, the web node is an untrusted node (the browser, otoh, is a trusted node). So no, IndieAuth will not be supported. They solve very different problems.
Visto che siamo in argomento, consiglio a tutt la visione dello splendido talk di @aral al parlamento europeo sulla questione del capitalismo della sorveglianza.
Da oggi disponibile con sottotitoli in italiano:
@rexmez That would be good policy. I wouldn’t hold your breath, though. Infers a level of technical understanding and political will that simply doesn’t exist in Brussels at the moment (or in the foreseeable future). But it doesn’t mean we can’t push for it :)
@JohnsNotHere Good luck + remember to open the Wireguard port (default 51820) – I got bitten by that ;)
@eli_oat I haven’t but it sounds great :)
@JohnsNotHere Here’s a good one for Ubuntu: https://securityespresso.org/tutorials/2019/03/22/vpn-server-using-wireguard-on-ubuntu/
@elieuw Thank you :)