[SATLUG] Intranet social

Joe null.div.zero at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 22:21:13 CST 2014

yeah, I'm not hiding from the NSA.  If they want your stuff they will find
a way to get it, they did have a hand in the development of SHA, after
all.  I'm more interested in protesting the commercial sector's invasion of
privacy.  And,  with owncloud, I can happily laugh at the paid plans of
DropBox and SkyDrive/OneDrive; since I'm only limited by the size of HD I
can buy.  I'm also interested in running libreoffice in a webbrower (
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Using_LibreOffice_in_a_Web_Browser) My
success with OwnCloud has been noticed by family and friends.  And, as
we've discussed it, the ability to store personal data (free of the concern
that google or facebook is sorting and processing your "metadata") is what
I consider a basic creature comfort.  Sadly, even hosting you're own email
will not keep them out totally, you still have to accept the fact they get
it from the other party in the email...  But, I want to do that too, host
my own email.

On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM, David Kowis <dkowis at shlrm.org> wrote:

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> On 02/26/2014 10:08 PM, Joe wrote:
> > Hey guys! Paranoid is back.  I want to be social but don't trust
> > social media. So, I'm looking for a privately hosted sharing
> > solution that I can link services to.   I have ownCloud installed
> > on a centos 6 install; so, I'd like to expand on that system. I'm
> > thinking of something like MS Sharepoint. A place where close
> > friends and family can communicate, share,post pics and maybe
> > articles with pics.  I want to host it myself. No third party! It
> > must be open source and ad free.  Any ideas?
> >
> No offense meant, but if you have a computer on the internet, and the
> NSA wants your stuff, they've got it.
> Just be careful what you post on the internet. Either through Diaspora
> or otherwise.
> But, if you do set up diaspora or something, I'd like to hear how it
> goes :)
> I run my own mailserver and stuff too, so I get the paranoia, but I
> thought it too difficult to try to get my family/friends/past
> classmates/etc to jump onto some diaspora...
> - --
> David
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