This week’s news is that The European Parliament has approved the European Cyber Resilience Act, and I believe it to be good news for us free and open-source developers.
This stoy is about 19 years of development on the most extensive collection of free and open-source video plugins made to share video effect inventions and knowledge on how to develop them.
At the brink of a war starting on the eastern front of Europe I like to share a 23 year old pledge by ethical hackers that should interest policy makers today, especially those in charge of taking difficult decisions as the financial-war move of cutting Russia off the SWIFT network.
Some kind souls are blessing Europe — the souls of reality hackers and change agents. In this post I’ll talk about our international foundation based in Amsterdam, Dyne.org, and share an update that is long-due for all the fellow travelers who have met us along the paths — Die Holzwege.
This post explains in brief how to create a secure and minimalist Bitcoin wallet that stores all keys off-line (cold storage) and is in your complete control: the private key will never be known to any software connected to the network.