XSF Communications Team - 2019-10-16

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  46. pep. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21274160
  47. emus https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/EU-Parlament-empfiehlt-Jabber-statt-WhatsApp-und-prueft-Signal-4557826.html what?
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  51. pep. yeah, we're actually trying to find out if the whole thing is legitimate.
  52. pep. The source seems to be this german article
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  61. emus I can try to request information from the author
  62. emus I have better idea - can someone with an official XSF address ask her? and also say that they are official member?
  63. emus emw@heise.de
  64. emus Eva-Maria Weiß
  65. pep. I don't think anyone has official xsf addresses?
  66. pep. That's not a service that the xsf offers (could be a cool thing to members, but definitely not enough resources)
  67. Wojtek @pep. some hosted-solution? cost-wise that shouldn’t amount to much and management could be done manually (with current turnover of incoming/outgouing members)?
  68. pep. Wojtek, that could be an option. I wouldn't use any gmail hosted account though for example (and it's the most obvious I can think of).
  69. pep. I guess I'm not the only one who like self-hosting in this community :)
  70. pep. I guess I'm not the only one who likes self-hosting in this community :)
  71. emus Ok, then I do it
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  73. Wojtek @pep. I rather had in mind mailbox.com from germany :-) seems quite privacy oriented but paid (quite inexpensive0
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  75. Wojtek self-hosting is cool and all, but given resource-constraints (and I assume this would be more man-power than money) it could be problematic
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  77. pep. tbh, I'd rather use the money to have the XSF pay for people to handle this kind of things (regarding the article) for us. People who know, and in time, not 3 months after the fact
  78. emus Yes, that would be great. but is there a donation possibility/+?
  79. emus ?
  80. pep. The XSF has money, it's just not being used.
  81. emus 😂
  82. pep. (it's not like there's plenty of money either, but enough to start with)
  83. emus it should be invested instead of not I think
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