[ubuntu-studio-devel] PR & Support: Where to fish for contributors?

lukefromdc at hushmail.com lukefromdc at hushmail.com
Thu Oct 29 21:35:08 UTC 2015

Simplest approach: US on a non-networked, encrypted desktop to make
media and strip metadata that can identify cameras, plus a laptop used
with TAILS to handle posting the materal from offsite connections.

On 10/29/2015 at 4:47 PM, "Ralf Mardorf" <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> wrote:
>> On 29.10.2015, at 19:37, set <public at sakrecoer.com> wrote:
>>> On 2015-10-29 18:22, lukefromdc at hushmail.com wrote:
>>> I agree with this. No way in Hell I would set up a machine for 
>my sister with
>>> Debian Unstable, and not one of the Ubuntu flavors are involved 
>in the whole
>>> Unity controversy.
>> Please consider writing a guide on how to use ubuntustudio and 
>what to
>> think of when engaging in activism and source-protective 
>> That could also make a great post on http://ubuntustudio.org
>Perhaps activism shouldn't be mentioned regarding legal issues. 
>"Activism" in context of computers has much to do with 
>"Distributed Denial of Servic", "Guerilla Open Access Manifesto" 
>and some kind of hacktivism even is considered as being an issue 
>for free journalism.
>The averaged hacktivist doesn't need hints and the best hint for 
>unexperienced computer users such as journalists, is not to use a 
>computer for journalism at all and not to own a mobile or tablet 
>It might be useful to clarify some issues with browsers, e.g. 
>problems with auto-completion of search engines, safe browsing, 
>but also when a sandbox is useful or not. Why wrong usage of 
>encryption and signing is more dangerous, then being aware that 
>data isn't safe. Even the man page of "shred" informs that the 
>default file system used by Ubuntu Studio renders "shred" useless. 
>Enabling popcon and stuf like this shouldn't be done.
>A high level of security and a user-friendly OOTB average desktop 
>experience are mutually exclusive.

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