On 29/06/14 05:02, Paul Wise wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 28, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
>> Their claim that "there is no other product" appears to be completely 
>> ignoring all our efforts of the past years.
> I expect they simply didn't research the various projects out there already.
I would have hoped they did... well lets see...

> Here are another few projects/groups that could have some crossover
> with open mobile communities btw:
> https://www.blackphone.ch/
there a joke. seen a interview/properganerview on bbc tech news show
click. conclusion BS,BS,BS,BS!!! arrrrgrrrrr. for gov employees so while
they might be secure for work but not so secure the gov can't see what
there employees are getting up too.
> http://www.fairphone.com/
good ethical sourcing of minerals and manufacturing(?).... but
lacking.... still playing the
mwhahah game. in other words yee old non-free drivers and firmware :P
> https://blog.torproject.org/blog/mission-impossible-hardening-android-security-and-privacy
is mission impossible due to proprietary key bits in android phone. let
me remind you of the samsung Backdoor. again not something someone can
just buy that is set up by default.
> https://guardianproject.info/
just a package of a few very usefull apps but not a hole user experience
> http://www.openmediacluster.com/en/user-verifiable-social-telematics-project/
this is a new one to me.. hmm looks like someone for indiephone and
rhombus-tech.net to work
with.... :) ?

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