In celebration of the day this blog is now powered with a Let’s Encrypt certificate. Congrats!
That was fast: 4.2.1 Release Information
Consider “babbling boy” history:
As long as this one (who needs names?) is around, comments are deactivated.
I suggest: “babbling boy”
Our organisation aykit is developing ownCloud notes applications for mobile devices. aykit is a non-profit organisation and we invest our spare time to develop those applications. The last couple of weeks we spent some time trying to figure out what exactly ownCloud encryption is doing. As it turns out, there is a big misconception of the real purpose of the ownCloud encryption app.
I found a really nasty OSX Keychain bug today. It shalt be called: Keydrain
OSX gave me headaches today. This short article shows you how to teach your mumble client to use a SSL certificate. Continue reading
As mentioned before, having a SSL certificate should be mandatory in the 21st century. Use this quick copy-and-paste guide to generate your self signed certificate. Continue reading
Reset the Net is not only about telling others what to do, it’s about reminding ourselves what needs to be done, about the basic principals we all should think about: Continue reading
The non-profit organization I am part of, aykit, recently released an Android Version and it’s sources for ownCloud Notes. Having ownCloud Notes, you add and edit notes using your ownCloud server. This is quite convenient and a good replacement for proprietary tools provided by google, Apple and others.
After releasing our app, we got feedback regarding our lack of support for http. Yes, it is true, we are only supporting https connections at the moment. To be frank, most of the tools we use in our daily work are only accessible through https as well. This article is about why we think this should be the norm.