this has been your daily reminder that git was made for email.
>>7>version control meme
Why not go full zoomer withhttps://brig.readthedocs.io/
I'd personally like to see git driven by something like matrix, it feels like a more updated email to me.
Because email isn't going away. Not for a really long time. It's offline-friendly and delay-tolerant. Integrated into a crapton of tools by default (especially if you have a local Mail folder) because (barring HTML email) they're just plaintext.
As far as matrix, I like matrix. But it's more IRC than mail. TBH, i'd rather see the increased adoption of darkmail and see smaller servers host mailservers and mailing lists.
I hear running your own email is just a massive pain in the ass cause you get caught up in every spam filter ever
Sounds like a problem with normie mailservers thinking their better than smaller domains.
why not just use pgp?
Because PGP ain't for normies, although I'm already encouraging my own folks to use it for internal asynch comms.
with the entire ytdl cluster, I'm hoping to see more development move to PGP+Git+email
the problem with lavabit/proton mail is that their email encryption only works end to end if you have the same email hosting however.
Only if the people on both sides (non-Proton/Lavabit users and users) don't know the configs to communicate via pgp.
: here's one for Protonmail https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/how-to-use-pgp/
this is correct tbh but there's njalla if you want anonymous domains http://njalladnspotetti.onion
You can also buy from russian/chinese domain registrars that aren't public. Not everything is godaddy.
> implying you wont selfhost
> imagine not having multiple email aliases
> imagine using traceable payments online
Sometimes i worry the kids aint alright.
So what's your view on xmpp then? I mean it's like email with the user@server thing
Also what alternatives do you propose exactly? A centralized resource like github?
Everyone should only use Vuvuzela, Pond, and Loopix.