I have begun to package this today. Hope to have something for comment in the next few days.
This app is now up and functional. Please test! I'll submit to the appstore for WIP in a day or so after some more cleanup and testing.
Note: inbound mail is enabled, but you have to configure it yourself in paperless config. I haven't tested that yet and from the looks of the repo, there are lots of issues with mail at the moment, so we may ship unstable without inbound mail.
@robi Here's the recording yall if you like:
The encoding was a bit off between audio and video. Not sure what that was about.
As for tech used to produce this glorious (haha) event - writing up a blog entry on that today/tomorrow and will publish if anyone was curious.
Goodnight all - and go paperlessng!
@doodlemania2 If anyone is still interested, I'm game to doing another event. Maybe only loosely related to app packaging, maybe we do an educational series or something about how to use the CR.
As an aside, you are all now welcome to use my BBB/Greenlight I have up and running!
I have a Nextcloud Talk High Performance Backend and BBB (for your Greenlight app) available for your use.
If you'd like to use it, I'm offering it for free*. Just DM me for details.
*I will likely start charging in the not terribly distant future, but am open to understanding:
I'm thinking $1-2 US / mo for up to 10 users. Eh? Really the only expense is bandwidth and just a hair of admin overhead. Would welcome your thoughts. Not in it to make $$$, just cover costs.
@doodlemania2 If anyone is interested - I know some of you weren't keen on my original service cause it was US based (Latency being the top questions).
So, happy to announce I'm now up and running in Frankfurt, so if you'd like to leverage either of those tools (or anything else I offer hosting for), let me know. See www.thedoodleproject.com for details if you are curious.
@doodlemania2 Here's my blog on packaging, love of cloudron, and how I set up my broadcast. https://www.derekmartin.org/my-favorite-way-to-host/
As many of you know, I offer a few services to fellow Cloudron folks. Wanted to let you all know that I've recently added full Jitsi Meet + Jibri to my portfolio. If you're interested, DM me. Or you can check my website at https://www.thedoodleproject.com. I'll start advertising in about 3 weeks after some smoke tests.
This joins other services like:
Open Mastodon Relay
Big Blue Button for your Greenlight app
Nextcloud Talk High Performance Backend
few other goodies
Note that Nextcloud Talk HPBE and BBB are available in US and EU, but Jitsi/Jibri will be US only till I get at least a few customers that want it over there
@humptydumpty perfectly valid points - if I read the white paper correctly, this is looking at known hashes from the CSAM database which would not include your baby's bottoms (at least we hope). I do agree though - this is ripe for disaster.
One thing I WOULD say - there are some folks chiming in on press articles that have backgrounds in this sort of thing and their vibe is, yeah, this is gonna blow up in their faces, BUT, they also comment that, cryptographically/implementation wise, it appear to be as close to perfect from a privacy standpoint as one could get while still meeting their objectives of tagging from the CSAM DB.
Definitely two different types of voices in my message, but that's just me thinking out loud to further a cool dialogue.
I tried to look at doing the files high performance one too. I need to revisit it - when I initially looked at it, I was like, yeah, no lol, but can't remember why. Will research!
@humptydumpty I've read the article and also a few of the notes that are coming out from Apple - I think it's a tad misleading and conjecture on EFF's part till the "features" actually ship. From what I understand (which is also conjecture) is they are gonna use their AI models locally on the iDevice to detect bad things and then notify someone - perhaps that's not accurate.
@brutalbirdie Could yall include me too? I'm offering it (BBB) to a few folks as a small teeny service and it seems to be working okay/decent. About to add SIP support. Would love to learn more about how ya'll are approaching it.