Linux Voice Introduction

Linux Voice Introduction

Article from Issue 233/2020

This month in Linux Voice.

The popular line on the Internet is that you need to trade away your privacy to participate in the messaging and social networking communities, but the world of free software is all about avoiding such traps. Jami is a messaging app backed by the famous GNU project that protects your privacy and does away with servers altogether. We'll introduce you to Jami and help you get started with the joys of free communication. Also in this month's issue, we compare the Krita and MyPaint graphics tools and describe how to build your own homegrown notification tool using Bash scripts.

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