Snehal (https://inferred.co) gave a talk on Introduction to Free Software on 9th October 2021.
The talk can be watched and downloaded from here https://apps.scms.unipune.ac.in/nextcloud/index.php/s/Jm6FM2Yjj3mf5eg
In today's session, Snehal Shekatkar (https://inferred.co) introduced what is free software, importance of free software in education and how his department uses only free software in education.
The recording can be watched here https://bbb.scms.unipune.ac.in/playback/presentation/2.3/aa16d938d6d1af4c337a8d075f507d06515118a4-1633769939935.
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The Tyranny of Convenience
What cost are we paying for convenience? What cost are we paying for using free-of-cost (as in money) products?
Problems with Protonmail https://ravidwivedi.in/posts/problems-with-protonmail/.
In short, do not trust server-side encryption. Encrypt emails in the app using pep https://fsci.in/blog/pep-guide/.
Snehal will be conducting a session in english on his department in Pune University using exclusively free software in education. Please vote here https://codema.in/d/2wMrtHmO/free-software-for-online-classes-by-snehal-shekatkar-on-october-9th-at-3pm/1 (no sign-up required) if you would like to attend the meeting.
We are looking for people who can help us in designing a poster for this event.
Do blockchains really eliminate the need for trust as they promise? https://www.wired.com/story/theres-no-good-reason-to-trust-blockchain-technology/
My experience as a learner in Free Software Camp 2020