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@fadelkon:matrix.orgfadelkon Xnet, familias y generalitat llegan a un acuerdo sobre google en las escuelas. Podría dar un giro la situación https://xnet-x.net/ca/privacitat-dades-digitalitzacio-democratica-educacio-sense-google/ 11:14:24
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciadoRedacted or Malformed Event13:44:58
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * What we hardly need, what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece from scratch we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat all kind of powers also they need it but they choose o subject everything on this growing menace it's an imperialist engraving situation a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff, we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's if not, thre no way to escape from the growing threat if we don't get adaptative open material, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish, we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do ! (also the SoC system on chip)13:47:42
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * What we hardly need, what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece from scratch we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat all kind of powers also they need it but they choose o subject everything on this growing menace it's an imperialist engraving situation a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff, we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's if not, thre no way to escape from the growing threat if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish, we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do ! (also the SoC system on chip)13:48:27
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * What we hardly need, what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece from scratch we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat all kind of powers also they need it but they choose o subject everything on this growing menace it's an imperialist engraving situation a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff, we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their unreadablle layers if not, thre no way to escape from the growing threat if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish, we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do ! (also the SoC system on chip)13:49:27
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * What we hardly need, what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece from scratch we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat all kind of powers also they need it but they choose o subject everything on this growing menace it's an imperialist engraving situation a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff, we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their welded (unreadablle) layers if not, thre no way to escape from the growing threat if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish, we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do ! (also the SoC system on chip)13:50:00
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * What we hardly need, what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece from scratch we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat all kind of powers also they need it but they choose o subject everything on this growing menace it's an imperialist engraving situation a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff, we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their welded (unreadable) layers if not, thre no way to escape from the growing threat if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish, we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do ! (also the SoC system on chip)13:50:20
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado

What we hardly need,
what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece
from scratch
we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat
all kind of powers also need it, but they choose to subject everything under this growing menace
they feed the imperialist engraving situation
a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join the opposite effort
but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country
because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff,
we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their welded (unreadable) layers
if not, there no way to escape from the growing threat
if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wish, what the labs and the contributors concieve,
we'll be condemned to work within the dominant logics
drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors
ruled by the managerial counter-revolution
(also we might need to retake the SoC, systems on chip)

In the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics,
every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world are in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery,
We wont "make their internet great again".
Recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do.

13:54:10
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * in the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics, every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery13:55:16
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * in the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics, every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, recognize that commonly is the less devs can do13:56:37
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * in the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics, every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do13:57:01
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * In the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics,
every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, we wont make internet great again.
Recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do.
13:58:12
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado * In the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics,
every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, we wont make their internet great again.
Recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do.
13:59:48
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Download civic-tech_community-management.jpg
14:00:41
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado We want others to be free, because our freedom begins where the freedom of the other begins, and because, on our own, we could only be at best "virtuous in misfortune".
Castoriadis
14:42:26
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado *

What we hardly need,
what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece
from scratch
we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat
all kind of powers also need it, but they choose to subject everything under this growing menace
they feed the imperialist engraving situation
a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join that effort
but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country
because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff,
we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their welded (unreadable) layers
if not, there no way to escape from the growing threat
if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish,
we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics
drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors
if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do !
(also the SoC, system on chip)

In the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics,
every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, we wont "make internet great again".
Recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do.

14:47:24
@paul.despreciado:matrix.orgpaul.despreciado *

What we hardly need,
what we must achieve, is to get rid of TCP/IP, the kernells, the dynamic and static librairies, purge the pci-express, the USB norms, throw it all away and replace them piece by piece
from scratch
we can't stay trapped in the mid-web, caught between big brother (the survey capitalism) and the permanently growing hack threat
all kind of powers also need it, but they choose to subject everything under this growing menace
they feed the imperialist engraving situation
a lot of Islands and not-aligned countries could progressively join the opposite effort
but first we need to take control of some CPU manufactures, somewhere inside a disruptive country
because we'll need REALLY open-source stuff,
we need to control what's injected insided all our cpu's under their welded (unreadable) layers
if not, there no way to escape from the growing threat
if we don't get adaptative open hardware, we won't be able to create what we wisdh, what the labs wish,
we'll be condemned to work with the dominant logics
drowned by leaks troubleshoots and backdoors
if you search something to do in these domains, there's a lot of job to do !
(also the SoC, system on chip)

In the lack of civil-control of open hardware freely designed to build our logics,
every other achievements that could theorically contribute to a better world is in some way (or fully) dubbing high-tech slavery, we wont "make internet great again".
Recognize that commonly, clearly, tirelessly, is the less devs can do.

14:49:03

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