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If you want to leave GitHub due to their recent bad behavior but still need a presence there, you can absolutely do that.

What FOSS developers provide them is credibility. If you move your cool projects elsewhere and mirror them to Github with a pointer to the real repo, the message is clear: you're only on Github because you have to be.

Boycotting $BIG_COMPANY 95% of the time is almost as effective as boycotting it 100% of the time; this isn't an all-or-nothing deal.

There is a community trying to implement a alternative to ! The project has started recently, and they haven't released any versions yet. They're still developing and working really hard.

Office is now available in Collabora's repository!

Repo URL:

Fingerprint: 57 32 58 c8 4e 14 9b 5f 4d 92 99 e7 43 4b 2b 69 a8 41 03 72 92 1d 4a e5 86 ba 91 ec 76 78 92 cc

Discussion in F-Droid's repository:

There is also an open merge request in Aurora Store's repo:

/cc @collabora @CollaboraOffice

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We found an open source license that Google is against so we're changing to it: Hello AGPL!

It helps prevent corporations from taking our code and selling it as a proprietary competitor.

No change to you as a Plausible subscriber or self-hoster.

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We revamped our "Replace " section in our ReverseEagle Developers website!

We added more forges and organized the list to make it more user-friendly.

Enjoy our new revamped section!

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Unfortunately, due to internal politics between @resynth1943, administration, and contributors, Resynth has decided to leave the project. We have decided to move all our public #Matrix rooms to LinuxCafe's matrix homeserver (
If you would like to know more information about this, feel free to ask.

To join our new Matrix rooms, join the reverseeagle matrix community at:

We also want to give our thanks to @refi64 for administrating the instance.

- Posted here so we could keep the original text.

There is now an ungoogled-chromium in 's testing branch! It is available in both Aarch64 and x86 architectures for anyone that wants to try it out.


@Framasoft there is an open issue in Searx's repository about adding SepiaSearch in case you are interested. Feel free to help the developers :)

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@Tutanota hello, I just wanted to inform you that there is a and alternative to called @LemmyDev ( It is very new but I would love to see your community there.

@forgefed hello, I hope you haven't forgotten this issue:

One of the members said that they're waiting for people to work on the :, so it'd be cool if you could them since one of the members of ForgeFed created the issue.

@mmarif GitNex is amazing! It looks pretty and works really well already.

Just curious, are you planning on creating an app for GitLab as well?

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Google removed @k9mail from the Play Store without prior notice because they objected to the following text in the app description (that has been the same for more than a year):

(People sometimes call K-9: K9, K9 Mail, K-9 Email, K9 Email, K9 E-Mail, k9mail or k9email.)

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OMG, TIL about the amazing @ReverseEagle community!

They make the @switchingsoftware website helping people find great FOSS alternatives to software.

But maybe even cooler is their RE Developers work, where they work to get FOSS devs to stop using Google tools!

They list alternatives to Google tools used by devs, and they contact the devs asking them to switch.

This is great work!

#degoogle #google #FOSS #dev

@tedomum Hello, have you heard of ? It's a decentralized, -respecting, hackable and metasearch engine that can be hosted. The developers are open for one to host an instance for search-o-o. Feel free to create a Searx instance and host it for them.

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Framagit is going to prevent registrations soon. What does this mean for ReverseEagle?

We are going to be moving our code to, another #GitLab instance, hosted by @tedomum.

You can find our repositories here:

We want to give our thanks to @tedomum for letting us use their services, free of cost!

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