Thanks, Bram. Noted.
In the spirit of democracy, we are going to compile all the feedback we
get, tabulate it, and send it to the list once it's done. Then, we will
start working on some of the projects and hopefully subscribers will
volunteer whatever they can to make them happen.
On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 7:17 AM, Bram Wets <b...@privacytraining.org> wrote:
> Hi Yosem and all,
> Thanks for the invitation to share some ideas for Liberationtech.
> Idea 1:
> An idea list where the Liberationtech community can post ideas for
> projects, upvote (and downvote) them, put your name with an idea to
> This would facilitate your call for ideas/projects ;-)
> I actually like the format of software bugtracking. It maybe can be used
> for such an idea list. Or a github-like structure with pullrequests...
> Idea 2:
> An overview of tips, good practices, tools and apps for secure
> communication and digital privacy. And the organisations and platforms that
> work on this topic.
> Yes, there is a lot out there and some organizations already have done
> terrific work. So the focus has to be on the overview, not on doing all
> there work over again.
> Additionally we can add good practices in how to reach people and teach
> them those privacy tools.
> Best regards,
> Bram Wets
> Bram Wets
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> Yosem Companys <compa...@stanford.edu> schreef op 1 februari 2017
> 06:00:57 CET:
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>> Finally, we want to take Liberationtech to the next level. What that
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