Good to know! I just miss an app purely for private messaging. I guess it’d be useful in cases of censorship or vigilance.
There are other applications, such as ssb-chess, git-ssb (Git over SSB) and an NPM alternative. More are listed here, but the biggest apps in the ecosystem are the ones in the tutorial. That’s not to say it’s the only thing SSB does, though.
I really like tildes in URLs. It’s charming and feels homey.
There’s a security issue with samesite cookies but it’s a reasonable tradeoff for the sense of community on a tilde. Besides, most pages are meant to be static.
tilde.team also supports the /u/ and subdomain form for user pages:
Oh, tildes in web addresses break obscure old rules that don’t matter? Sounds pretty punk rock to me.
Now I get what you mean with the SSB. So it’s just a personal Facebook or does it have more applications than that?
Interesting idea. Although I think closed source anticapitalist software would miss the point. All in all, capitalists were the ones who attempted to private people from the ownership of their applications.
It’s beautiful. I love minimalist ideas on the web. It looks great on my phone.
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isn’t it interesting that oracle’s cto and ceo are huge donors to trump?
I doubt many here will really shed a tear if TikTok gets banned or shut down
unless tears of joy count, then there may be a few
We’ll see how well this works. ByteDance and Oracle will have to persuade both the Chinese and US govt to OK this, and the Chinese side just passed a regulation requiring clearance for any export of AI tech.
If TikTok gets shuttered I won’t really shed a tear, though the way it happens is… not ideal.
This is such a fun idea, and I keep meaning to poke around in all the users’ pages. How did yall get so many users, by the way, so quickly!?
Rest In Power, tilde.black
and good luck tomasino on your future projects
Well it’s not free software as defined by the FSF. But is that a bad thing? Isn’t this kind of cooperative spirit what “open source” should be about in the first place? I mean, if a MITM platform intended for usage by intelligence services is released under GPLv3, does that make it good for anyone?
There were some debates almost two decades ago in the french-speaking world about free software (logiciel libre) vs freeing software (logiciel libérateur). This also echoes the more recent debates around RFC1984 at the IETF.
I never had an account on tilde.black, but I think it was an awesome art project/experiment. Cheers to Tomasino for doing something wierd and exciting.
its sad to see that this is not an open source license through
Maybe it was for a while. It seems to be working just fine now :)