submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by DaTingGoBrrr@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml
submitted 1 month ago by umami_wasbi@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

I want to share some images securely with self destruct. Is there any alternatives can do what Unsee.cc does excluding chat?

So the functions I'm looking for:

  • Self-expiring image
  • Copy protection
  • Store in RAM
  • (optional) watermarking
  • (optional) share more types of documents like PDF

Thanks in advance.

submitted 2 months ago by hperrin@lemmy.world to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

There's a new version of Nephele WebDAV server (also on Docker Hub) that supports using an S3 compatible server as storage and encrypting filenames and file contents.

This essentially means you can build your own cloud storage server leveraging something like Backblaze B2 for $6/TB/month, and that data is kept private through encryption. That's cheaper than Google Drive, and no one can snoop on your files.

submitted 2 months ago by Sticker@lemy.nl to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

I tried entering the address from the imap mail server provided by disroot and murena. However, this has no effect.

Then I tried to find information on the forum and in the documentation section of Kolab Notes. However, I only found a mention by one of the forum participants that Kolab Notes can be connected to Google mail. I didn't find any details.

Is it possible to connect these applications with free mail servers or do I need to run my own imap server with special settings?

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by dez@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Firstly, I want to say sorry to @GravitySpoiled@lemmy.ml , considering what we talk in the previous thread. I promised I would create a poll to discuss a page or site aside from Lemmy, or something similar, on github/wtv, but, as I know myself, I know that I wouldn't be able to and have the patience to combine work with another page outside of Lemmy.

I have been honest with you all the time, and I will be again. I don't have a GitHub account, and I only use it to view apps. I have no experience with github, and that would give me more work: maintaining the megathread here and on another site. I am extremely focused on maintaining the megathread here, and I will do so with all pleasure. And I have 100% confidence in myself that I will do a good job.

These are the reasons why I won't open a separate megathread on another site. That being said, if anyone wants to take on and create something outside of Lemmy, they have my support in moving forward.

Once again, apologize to everyone for this inconvenience.

Continuing in relation to the megathread, here you can see the work. I've already built the megathread, made a banner (in which you can choose whether you like it or not, or whether you find it useful), and made an FAQ.

(You have two links, both has the same content. I dont know how to show you the work through these links ^^'' )

Regarding the megathread, I cut Lemmy's apps, taking this into account, and the redline apps are apps that haven't been updated since 2022. This topic also serves to discuss these things. Tell me which changes you will make. How long ago, in relation to the last update, do you think an app should be considered to join the megathread?

Previous polls are still open.

Taking into account that, at least for now, four times a year is the most voted. Since then, I'm thinking of creating one thread in February, one in May, one in September, and another in November. What you think?

The megathread will finally open between next Tuesday and Wednesday. Cheers

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by King@lemy.lol to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Chances are you’ve never heard of Igalia, the open source consultancy. Yet you’re almost certainly using something that Igalia helped build.

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by Fredol@lemmy.world to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

I stumbled on the repo today and I noticed it was archived. Will the fork be abandoned?

EDIT: Thanks guys, I moved to Tubular.

submitted 2 months ago by Churbleyimyam@lemm.ee to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Does anyone know of a FOSS audio loop station for android? I would like to record several audio tracks for the purposes of writing and practicing. Thanks

submitted 2 months ago by qaz@lemmy.world to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12231299

This was my first time working with assembly, but I quite like the result, although there probably are a few things that could be better. I'd love some feedback!

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by Bezier@suppo.fi to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

I made a simple timer app for Android, desktop, and browser. I think it's ready for most part, and I'm starting to look into publishing it.

I decided to start with Android / Play Store, which immediately gives me a roadblock. Google Play Console says:

  • Have at least 20 testers opted-in to your closed test (1 tester currently opted-in)
  • Run your closed test with at least 20 testers, for at least 14 days

I want to look into F-Droid and Flathub once I have this sorted out. But before that, any opinions on the app, or volunteers for testing, as I don't have 20 friends to ask?



Edit: Let's try Play store again with this: https://groups.google.com/g/jyl-test-group

Edit 2: It works, at least someone besides me was able to join:

What a pain. I'll look into preparing an F-droid release as soon as I have time.

submitted 2 months ago by Zen@biglemmowski.win to c/opensource@lemmy.ml
submitted 2 months ago by pafera@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Hello there!

I'm testing the Android and iOS versions of my app, and wanted to see if some members of the community might have some time to try my app out and give me some fresh perspective.

A general overview of the app is at https://pafera.com/blog/3l4ig8/2024/01/20/thenewwaytoeasilysharefilesfromaniphone.en.html

And the source repository is at https://codeberg.org/pafera/paferafileserverbrowser

Please contact me with your email address if you're willing to become a tester.

Thank you for your time, and best wishes for a wonderful day!

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by CorrodedCranium@leminal.space to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

From the About Magic Lantern page

Magic Lantern is a software enhancement that offers increased functionality to the excellent Canon DSLR cameras. We have created an open framework, licensed under GPL, for developing extensions to the official firmware.

Magic Lantern is not a "hack", or a modified firmware, it is an independent program that runs alongside Canon's own software. Each time you start your camera, Magic Lantern is loaded from your memory card. Our only modification was to enable the ability to run software from the memory card.

Originally created by Trammell Hudson, Magic Lantern played a role in turning consumer digital cameras into tools suitable for high quality digital filmmaking and is now being developed by photo and video enthusiasts, adding functionality such as: HDR images and video, timelapse, motion detection, focus assist tools, manual audio controls much more.

For information about CHDK and what it can do with compact cameras I'd recommend checking out the FAQ. The about section says

CHDK enhances the capabilities of your camera in a non-destructive, non-permanent way.

but goes on to link to the feature list

  • RAW - CHDK can record raw files, giving you access to every bit of data the sensor saw, without compression or processing. Raw files can be manipulated on the camera, or processed on your PC. CHDK supports the open DNG raw standard. Override Camera parameters - Exposures from 2048s to 1/60,000s with flash sync. Full manual or priority control over exposure, aperture, ISO and focus.
  • Bracketing - Bracketing is supported for exposure, aperture, ISO, and even focus.
  • Video Overrides - Control the quality or bitrate of video, or change it on the fly. Extended video clip length - 1 hour or 2GB.
  • Scripting - Control CHDK and camera features using uBASIC and Lua scripts. Enables time lapse, motion detection, advanced bracketing, and much more. Many user-written scripts are available on the forum and wiki.
  • Motion detection - Trigger exposure in response to motion, fast enough to catch lightning. Edge overlay - Detect the edges in a scene, and display them later. Ideal for timelapses, stop-motion, stereography and much more.
  • Live Histogram - CHDK includes a customizable, live histogram display, like those typically found on more expensive cameras. (RGB, blended, luminance and for each RGB channel)
  • Zebra-Mode - Displays under and overexposure areas live on the screen.
  • GRIDS - Create custom grids and display whichever one suits your shooting conditions.
  • Multi-Lingual Interface - CHDK supports about 22 languages, and adding more languages is simple.
  • DOF Calculator - Display detailed DOF information on the screen.
  • Customizable OSD - Improved display of battery status, free space, camera parameters, and much more. Fully customizable with an on-screen editor.
  • Filebrowser - Manage files without a PC.
  • Textreader - Display text files on your camera.
  • Games - Play Reversi, Sokoban, Mastermind, 4-in-a-Row, Tetris, * Snake or Sudoku on your camera.
  • Calendar
  • USB Remote - Simple DIY remote allows you to trigger exposures or scripts.
  • PTP Extension - Remote control and display from a PC
  • Benchmark - Compare the performance of your SD cards.
  • User Menu - Edit your own customizable User-Menu for fast access to often used features.
  • Battery Indicator - Always on
  • Ability to control dark frame subtraction

Older Canon DSLRs may be able to use 350D hack and the 400plus project.

submitted 2 months ago by Zen@biglemmowski.win to c/opensource@lemmy.ml


Just got this recommended to me by a friend, seems like a really great platform for smaller businesses. Has anyone heard of them before, or tried them out?

submitted 2 months ago by ylai@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/12199398

TLDR version as per Signal's Mastodon:

Introducing usernames and phone number privacy on Signal!

We’re making it possible for people to connect with each other without having to share phone numbers. Now launching to beta users, available for everyone soon.

  1. New default: Your phone number will no longer be visible in Signal
  2. You can create an optional username to connect without sharing your phone number
  3. You can enable a new, optional privacy setting to require people to connect with you via username instead of phone number

A Signal username isn't the profile name that’s displayed in chats, and isn't visible to the people you chat with on Signal. A username is simply a way to initiate contact on Signal without having to share your phone number. (You still need a phone number to sign up for Signal.)

Create a username by going to your Settings > Profile. Your username must be unique, and can be changed at any time.

To connect with someone via username instead of phone number, type their exact, unique username.

We’re launching these updates to our beta users now, and will be turning them on for everyone running the latest version of the Signal app soon. Our goal is to listen to your feedback, make adjustments, and ensure phone number privacy on Signal is easy and useful for everyone.

You can sign up for beta to test these features. Note that Apple caps the number of iOS beta testers, and we have reached that limit. If you use Signal on iOS, you can get around this by signing up for Desktop beta, linked to your iOS account. See more: https://support.signal.org/hc/en-us/articles/360007318471-Signal-Beta

For more information: Signal's Blog Post

submitted 2 months ago by Szybet@discuss.online to c/opensource@lemmy.ml
submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by King@lemy.lol to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Edit: The github page links to the wrong google play link, fixed the link in the post here.

If someone can tell the developer.


submitted 2 months ago by King@lemy.lol to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

Right now I am using lisna music player and I was searching for opensource alternatives.

submitted 2 months ago by Sticker@lemy.nl to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

I'm used to using the TrackerControl app on my phone. This application is convenient and multifunctional.

Is there something similar for windows?

submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by catculation@lemmy.zip to c/opensource@lemmy.ml

One of the few RSS reader app with stunning UI.

submitted 2 months ago by lPTFITI@lemmy.today to c/opensource@lemmy.ml
submitted 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago) by birdcat@lemmy.ml to c/opensource@lemmy.ml
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