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Signal calls do not break do not disturb even when "allow repeat callers" is enabled
2 projects | /r/signal | 14 May 2023
FOSS alternative to Teamviewer
4 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 28 Apr 2023
imo, devs are kinda jerks but even putting that aside.... does signal desktop support screenshare? (i've only used the mobile app)
Unite for Change: An Amazon Unionization Guide Pt.2
2 projects | /r/AmazonDSPDrivers | 27 Apr 2023
Keep your organizing efforts confidential to avoid interference or retaliation from Amazon. The company may monitor communications or attempt to disrupt unionization activities. Use secure communication channels, such as encrypted messaging apps like Signal (https://signal.org/) or private email accounts, to protect your privacy. Step 4: Identify Union Support
Suggest The Most Underrated FOSS Apps
3 projects | /r/fossdroid | 7 Apr 2023
3 projects | /r/me_irlgbt | 31 Mar 2023
Signal (private messaging app)- https://signal.org/
Messengerapp für Familienchat
2 projects | /r/de_EDV | 19 Mar 2023
The Android Open Source Thread
22 projects | /r/opensource | 18 Mar 2023
Signal: Gplay || GitHub
Checksum for Signal on Linux
3 projects | /r/signal | 14 Mar 2023
I'm trying to install Signal on my laptop and getting used to Linux at the same time. I can use GTKHash to generate the checksums, but I cannot find the keys I am suppose to compare these to. I tried looking on signal.org, but cannot find them. I may not be looking hard enough, or maybe I'm looking in the wrong place. I took a look at their GitHub site as well, but did not see anything obvious. Can someone help me please. Thank you in advance.
What software have you actually bought?
2 projects | /r/software | 7 Mar 2023
Macrium Reflect. It goes on sale a couple of times a year. It has never failed me with restoring drive images. Bitwarden password manager. 10 bucks a year. Cross-platform, encrypted file sharing. Signal cross-platform encrypted messaging and file sharing. Donate 10 bucks a year.
Facebook and Google are handing over user data to help police prosecute abortion seekers
10 projects | /r/technology | 5 Mar 2023
What are some alternatives?
undiscord - Undiscord - Delete all messages in a Discord server / channel or DM (Easy and fast) Bulk delete
Bandhook-Kotlin - A showcase music app for Android entirely written using Kotlin language
duckduckgo-locales - Translation files for duckduckgo.com
session-desktop - Session Desktop - Onion routing based messenger
MaterialAudiobookPlayer - Minimalistic audiobook player
Signal-Android - Patches to Signal for Android removing dependencies on closed-source Google Mobile Services and Firebase libraries. In branches whose names include "-FOSS". Uses new "foss" or "gms" flavor dimension: build with "./gradlew assemblePlayFossProdRelease".
android-arsenal.com - Source to android-arsenal.herokuapp.com
LibreSignal - LibreSignal • The truly private and Google-Free messenger for Android.
TelegramAndroid - Fork client of Telegram app for Android.
Element - A glossy Matrix collaboration client for the web.
jami-cli - Jami client for terminal