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[liberationtech] dark mail alliance

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 1 13:14:18 PDT 2013


On 11/01/2013 12:58 PM, Maxim Kammerer wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 5:44 PM, Sacha van Geffen<sacha at greenhost.nl>  wrote:
>> “Together our mission is simple: To bring the world a unique end-to-end
>> encrypted protocol and architecture that is the ‘next-generation’ of
>> private and secure email. What we call ‘Email 3.0.’ is an urgent
>> replacement for today’s decades old email protocols (‘1.0’) and mail
>> that is encrypted but still relies on vulnerable protocols leaking
>> metadata (‘2.0’),” they said in a blog post announcing the alliance.
> Does their mission also include making their service offerings
> redundant? E.g., anyone who does not need SMTP interoperability (let's
> call this innovative concept “Email 3.0”) can use cables communication
> [1], which is serverless.

What's the Cables solution for human readable addresses?

Also, does Liberté Linux include software for doing mirroring and 
syncing of mailboxes with the ease of something like a free software 
alternative to Bittorrent Sync?

Also, is there a button in Liberté Linux that lets me access my Cables 
mail through a no-javascript web interface by leveraging a Tor hidden 
service?

Since you and I clearly know dark mail alliance won't take the route of 
developing these missing pieces around Cables, how would you suggest 
funding someone to actually get it done?

-Jonathan

> [1]http://dee.su/cables
>




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