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[liberationtech] dark mail alliance

Maxim Kammerer mk at dee.su
Fri Nov 1 14:00:02 PDT 2013


On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 10:14 PM, Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com> wrote:
> What's the Cables solution for human readable addresses?

I really didn't intend to turn this thread into discussion of cables —
just pointed out that these companies may try to fill a niche where
they aren't needed as commercial entities. But since you are asking,
safe human-readable addresses are not possible as a concept, unless
you are willing to trust a third party. You can make fingerprint
verification optional, but users won't use it — check out the
minuscule signature / image download ratio of Liberté Linux on
SourceForge, for instance.

> 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?

I think you missed the part where cables is serverless — mailbox is a
local concept (which is true in general, and is something that people
tend to forget since after webmail became popular).

> 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?

I will leave those worries to US State dept., or BBG/CIA propaganda
branch, or whoever else is apparently behind most of the funding for
such projects these days... I just work on whatever interests me
personally.

-- 
Maxim Kammerer
Liberté Linux: http://dee.su/liberte



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