[NetBehaviour] Help GNU MediaGoblin Fight Surveillance and Walled Gardens in 2014!
marc.garrett2 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 12:37:50 CET 2014
Thanks for sending us the vid & link to GNU MediaGoblin project - I know we
are meant to be working with them and have not quite got there yet, which
more to with us being limited in capacity, and much happening at the same
Also, I notice they are still using Identi.ca - which I presume means they
have it based on their own server. I'm wondering what you think regarding
identi.ca when it is so full of spam & bots?
wishing you well.
On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 11:53 PM, Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:
> tl;dr - MediaGoblin is a free-as-in-freedom YouTube/Flickr/etc.
> replacement that needs your help with funding:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: GNU MediaGoblin campaign for federation and privacy in
> Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 16:21:15 -0500
> From: Chris Webber <cwebber at gnu.org>
> Reply-To: Chris Webber <cwebber at gnu.org>
> To: Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org>
> Hello all,
> I'm excited to announce that GNU MediaGoblin has launched our new
> fundraising campaign. We've got a wonderful new video that I think
> clearly explains our goals for the coming year... check it out
> Thanks to your support, this last year has been really excellent! We've
> pushed out five major releases, and hosted six successful internships
> through Summer of Code and Outreach Program for Women. Plus, we began
> integrating federation into the main GNU MediaGoblin codebase and making
> a general purpose federation library called PyPump.
> We want to make the coming year the year of /Getting GNU MediaGoblin in
> the hands of the people/!
> So we're asking for your help. We've partnered up again with the Free
> Software Foundation <https://fsf.org>, and we've got a lot of cool
> things planned: wrapping up federation support and releasing version
> 1.0, adding new privacy features, podcast support, and making GNU
> MediaGoblin even easier to run and deploy -- oh yeah!
> We're offering some sweet rewards! Take a look
> Did I mention that since the FSF is a 501(c)(3) charity, your donations
> are tax-deductible in the U.S.? This also means if your employer matches
> charitable contributions, you have the option to magnify your donation
> to GNU MediaGoblin! And finally, for folks who dig our work all year
> round, we've set up monthly donations.
> Thanks again for your help! /You/ make this possible!
> Christopher Allan Webber,
> GNU MediaGoblin lead developer
> PS: Anything you can do to spread the word of the campaign REALLY helps!
> Word of mouth from our supporters is the most effective way to get our
> message out there, so if you can tell your family and friends, and post
> to your blog or social networks... we'll be able to build the future of
> the Web!
> PPS: Thanks again! Seriously, you rock!
> Follow us on identi.ca at http://identi.ca/mediagoblin
> Contribute to GNU MediaGoblin at
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