emus (XSF Com. Team)och... schön ersma February falsch geschrieben....
emus (XSF Com. Team)I entirely forgot to run the spellchecking
emus (XSF Com. Team)Hey, the newsletter has not been published yet and therefore I cannot sent it via mail and fosstodon and I wont be home until tonight. So this will be delayed. Sorry 🙁
emus (XSF Com. Team)The #XMPP Newsletter for February 2021 is out!
Enjoy reading! 📰 ☕
https://xmpp.org/2021/02/newsletter-02-feburary/ Fosstodon: https://fosstodon.org/web/statuses/105843853304731838
emus (XSF Com. Team)jeybe biste online?
emus (XSF Com. Team)Es gab im orgiginal einen Fehler, den ihr evtl. auch korrigieren könntet: Finally, with the announcement [Monal 5.0 will be the last release that supports iOS 12](https://monal.im/blog/monal-5-0-will-be-the-last-version-to-support-ios12/)
emus (XSF Com. Team)Is here anyone redacting the french translation?
Jeybe> emus (XSF Com. Team) schrieb:
> jeybe biste online?
> Es gab im orgiginal einen Fehler, den ihr evtl. auch korrigieren könntet: Finally, with the announcement [Monal 5.0 will be the last release that supports iOS 12](https://monal.im/blog/monal-5-0-will-be-the-last-version-to-support-ios12/)
> Is here anyone redacting the french translation?
So halb, versuche dran zu denken
emus (XSF Com. Team)ok
Alexnewsletter is still oing to SPAM here always. Does anyone know why?
Licaon_KterWeren't they all coming from that address all this time? Mark as "not spam"
emus (XSF Com. Team)The email topic has been raised, but twice rejected so far
Alexyes, it was been always comong from his address, and my ESP (Microsoft) has always been flaging t as junk ;-)
emus (XSF Com. Team)Similar to this topic, I wanted to ask if anyone has the motivation to review this list (take it as start) as an alternative provider for the newsletter email subscription. If there is a pricing, please ignore it for the moment. First of all we would like to see if there are potentially other and better options with regards to especially privacy: https://www.winosbite.com/tinyletter-alternatives/
samI always just use Mailchimp. It's a bit more expensive if you end up needing the paid plans, but I've always had great experiences with them, their support, and they treat their employees really well.
sam(they're also based in Atlanta, where I am though, so for me it's also about using someone local)
emus (XSF Com. Team)How is it about tracking?
samNo idea, we can enable a tracking pixel or link redirects I think, but as far as I know they don't do it themselves.
Licaon_Ktersam: the question was more about disabling tracking I guess
This is not a marketing campaign so not sure it is needed.
Licaon_KterTinyletter appears to lack such controls
emus (XSF Com. Team)yes ^ disabling
samYah, as far as I know it's optional. They may redirect images through their servers, I can't remember, which *technically* can be used for tracking, but I think they do that to make sure that the people using them aren't trying to track or harvest peoples IPs themselves.
emus (XSF Com. Team)Its nice too see some informational feedback. but I prefer to refuse before people get angry
emus (XSF Com. Team)because off all that link or google captcha
purplebeetrootjust to name alternatives that I'm aware off.
purplebeetroot> Similar to this topic, I wanted to ask if anyone has the motivation to review this list (take it as start)
Checked the overview, see that they don't present any of the more known opesource solutions but proprietary software. Closing.