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RT @element_hq@twitter.com

From the ‘world's biggest messaging and collaboration rollout’ to a ‘crazy idea’ six years ago, @daphneleprince@twitter.com from @ZDNet@twitter.com tracks back on Element and Matrix.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/open-source-is-behind-this-massive-messaging-and-collaboration-project-for-500000-people/

🐦🔗: https://twitter.com/element_hq/status/1288130705827024896

Now that it's been signed off by Greenpeace, we can press publish on this:

HOWTO: Create an Architecture of Participation for your Open Source project

https://blog.weareopen.coop/howto-create-an-architecture-of-participation-for-your-open-source-project-a38386c69fa5
An architecture of participation

# (formerly #) is now published on F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/packages/im.vector.app/

This is a new app replacing both Riot.im and RiotX, it's based on the RiotX codebase.

Finally managed to get my external monitor working with my laptop. (In other words, I restarted enough parts of my system that it managed to display properly.) So I have two usable screens now. Though it's a bit strange because the external monitor is physically bigger, but lower resolution, than my laptop screen, so everything looks huge on it.

Join us on Wednesday for Open Tech Will Save Us # @arcalinea@twitter.com on #, @aniampiotrowska@twitter.com discussing the @nymproject@twitter.com plus @nehbit@twitter.com will be with us to discuss his Aether P2P! https://matrix.org/open-tech-will-save-us/
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Happy 10th Birthday Friendica!


Ten years ago the 1st commit to the git repository of Mistpark was made by Mike Macgirvin, a project that since has become Friendica accumulating some 27.000 commits contributing the work of more then 250 people from all around the world.
Friendica themes from 2010 to 2020Mistpark and Friendica themes from 2010 to 2020
Together we have build a social media platform that had many faces over the years. It has grown from a decentralized communication platform into an integral part of the Fediverse and Federation. Allowing its users to interact with their friends and family across the borders of nodes, projects and physical distance outside the world of data-harvesting corporations.

Thank you Mike and everybody else who has contributed their time to the project over the years! And while we are preparing the 2020.06 release of Friendica, lets have a big party to celebrate ten years of this wonderful part of the free social web.
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https://friendi.ca/2020/07/02/happy-10th-birthday-friendica/
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