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Pixelfed will be a year old in a few days.

I'm a high school dropout that has never taken any CS or computer classes.

Web development is just a hobby of mine, I work in the auto industry.

I'm so proud of this project, I never would have imagined that I could make something like this.

Thank you for helping me realize credentialism isn't so important as you think. โค๏ธ :pixelfed:

'Iโ€™m Not Your Anti-Vaxxer Scare Tactic - An autistic child is not a burden, nor a reason to not vaccinate.'

by Elise Schuenke

thenib.com/how-anti-vaxxers-sh

Heat was much more challenging than expected, especially after the wind became backwind - but i made it work ๐Ÿ”ฅ
#strava #running #mastorunner #barefoot #vibram #fivefingers
strava.app.link/UJ3u0WLjIY

I have compiled my official mail provider recommendations. With any provider, you must always use your own domain.

## migadu.com

Good: Down to earth. Unlimited domains, storage, etc. Full marks for philosophical, ethical, and technical merits.

Bad: Difficult to set up. UI is a bit confusing. Advertises itself in your signature in the free plan. Apparently blocks VPN and Tor users (I have reached out to them about this).

Note: Was unable to evaluate their webmail

## mailbox.org

Good: excellent PGP support and good on other security fronts as well

Bad: requires google captcha, does not handle plaintext as well as I'd like, german leaks through into the english interface sometimes, too scatterbrained

## runbox.com

Good: Goes above and beyond in support for various standards and protocols, handles plaintext email very well. Lots of good options for account security.

Bad: rough UI

## summary

migadu is hard to set up but is the best all-around offering. If you're security concious, mailbox.org has the best PGP support and good all-around security; runbox.com has good account security options but no built-in PGP support.

Evaluated but not recommended: disroot, fastmail, posteo.de, poste.io, protonmail, tutanota, riseup, cock.li, teknik, megacorp mail (gmail, outlook, etc)

On a bike ride, and at the end of the line... I ain't dipping my tire in that water though lol

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Buffalo NY Social Mesh

This is a distributed project by the BuffaloMesh.net project.

Our goal is to provide a decentralized social media serving the Greater Buffalo/Western NY Area.

This service will also be available over the wireless BuffaloMesh.net network.