> - are people consciously talking about the problem in other communities?
Yes, and I think I also talked about this in "android" mailing list of FSFE, although I discussed the broader problem of recommending only some nodes of federated networks specifically simply because of personal preference or usage --- /i.e./: without clear rules for inclusion. > - given the high percentage of people using Gmail, would it be > reasonable to take countermeasures, for example, when somebody registers > for an event, refusing to let them use a gmail address and giving them a > link to a page with more details about the problem? At least in the Hyperbola mailing lists, I recall that they opted to block subscriptions that come from the known federation offenders, but not dueo to federation issues, but due to privacy, see . > - is there any particularly good web page we can point people to > explaining the Gmail problem and giving them a concise list of > alternatives so they can migrate quickly? Point to the references under "Further details" in .  <https://www.hyperbola.info/news/hyperbola-rejects-all-email-domains-under-global-mass-surveillance-from-the-mailing-lists/>.  In , the links in "Further details" were given by me. Also, the one from FSF is updated now. -- - https://libreplanet.org/wiki/User:Adfeno - Palestrante e consultor sobre /software/ livre (não confundir com gratis). - "WhatsApp"? Ele não é livre. Por favor, veja formas de se comunicar instantaneamente comigo no endereço abaixo. - Contato: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/User:Adfeno#vCard - Arquivos comuns aceitos (apenas sem DRM): Corel Draw, Microsoft Office, MP3, MP4, WMA, WMV. - Arquivos comuns aceitos e enviados: CSV, GNU Dia, GNU Emacs Org, GNU GIMP, Inkscape SVG, JPG, LibreOffice (padrão ODF), OGG, OPUS, PDF (apenas sem DRM), PNG, TXT, WEBM. _______________________________________________ Discussion mailing list Discussion@lists.fsfe.org https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/discussion