[ubuntu-studio-devel] Documentation for 16.04

lukefromdc at hushmail.com lukefromdc at hushmail.com
Tue Oct 20 17:28:35 UTC 2015


Google docs should be avoided simply due to Google's massive tracking
and presumed sale of personal information to ad networks. When someone
I work with sends a link to a Google doc, I can't open it because it won't work
on Tor browser and I keep Google blocked in /etc/hosts to prevent them from
fingerprinting my browser or hardware. I don't trust anything but Torbrowser 
against Google. Tor Browser ignores /etc/hosts so this is a simple way to 
make a site Tor-only. Unfortunately things like commercial map sites and 
Google Docs don't work in Torbrowser.

On 10/20/2015 at 6:36 AM, "Set Hallstrom" <sakrecoer at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>On 2015-10-20 12:25, Kaj Ailomaa wrote:
>
>> You can just add a page at the wiki somewhere. It can always be 
>redone
>> and renamed so it's all pretty safe.
>> Also, makes it easier for people to contribute, all though the 
>wiki
>> syntax might be hard for some people. If that is a problem, and 
>many
>> would like to help, google docs may be a better place - I don't 
>know.
>
>Cool! The further away from google, the happier robot i am. :) And 
>since
>the wiki-tool is there for us why not use it? This said, I have 
>nothing
>against copy pasting someones work from a google doc. Formatting
>shouldn't be much of a problem. The craving part is to actually 
>type the
>content to be formatted. But that is probably just my opinion.
>
>I'm getting started with graphics, simply because i reckon it's the
>work-flow i am the most experienced with.
>
>Have a great day y'all!
>
>-- 
>Set
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