any privacy-friendly cross-platform calendars?

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  • GitHub repo brave-browser

    Next generation Brave browser for Android, Linux, macOS, Windows.

    I am not too well versed in the Chromium based landscape. In addition to Vivaldi and Brave. Vivaldi is mostly open source but not fully and thus you can't compile it from source and thus have complete trust without reverse engineering. Brave seems to be but I haven't inspected closely if there are any closed source dependencies. For development purposes I typically run ungoogled-chromium, but I haven't looked at how to keep it updated on Windows installations.

  • GitHub repo Waterfox

    The official Waterfox 💧 source code repository

    A trimmed out alternative is Waterfox. Used to daily drive it back in 2011/2012 and it has improved significantly since. Has automatic updates and plenty of neat functions like being able to run basically all browser plugins. (Including old NPAPI.)

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  • GitHub repo ungoogled-chromium

    Google Chromium, sans integration with Google

    I am not too well versed in the Chromium based landscape. In addition to Vivaldi and Brave. Vivaldi is mostly open source but not fully and thus you can't compile it from source and thus have complete trust without reverse engineering. Brave seems to be but I haven't inspected closely if there are any closed source dependencies. For development purposes I typically run ungoogled-chromium, but I haven't looked at how to keep it updated on Windows installations.

  • GitHub repo torsocks

    Library to torify application - NOTE: upstream has been moved to https://gitweb.torproject.org/torsocks.git

    If you want a well hardened experience out of the box then LibreWolf is king. It's the most secure and privacy focused browser I know of excluding those with advanced routing technology like the Tor Browser. The mayor drawback is that you don't get automatic updates on Windows, which matters for security. Saying Windows specifically as it isn't an issue on Linux with its package management. You can however get easy update management if you use Chocolately to install it.

  • GitHub repo iridium-browser

    Iridium Browser source code

    Addition: I haven't looked it them closely but these are fully open source Chromium based browsers with automatic updates. - Bromite - Iridium

  • GitHub repo bromite

    Bromite a Chromium fork with ad blocking and privacy enhancements; take back your browser!

    Addition: I haven't looked it them closely but these are fully open source Chromium based browsers with automatic updates. - Bromite - Iridium

  • GitHub repo Pi-hole

    A black hole for Internet advertisements

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    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo user.js

    Firefox privacy, security and anti-tracking: a comprehensive user.js template for configuration and hardening

    That's not true, in uBlock Origin you can include all block lists of privacy badger and has additionally fine grained dynamic blocking capabilities in medium or hard mode. And the not-by-default-enabled learning approach of privacy badger is deactivated for a good reason. (https://github.com/arkenfox/user.js/wiki/4.1-Extensions)

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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