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SSBC Newsletter #16 (The Finnish edition)

Published on September 16, 2020 by Alexander Cobleigh
SSBC Newsletter, August 2020 EditionHi-ho butts, and friends, and extended internet-family!I hope you, yes you, are doing okay despite the turbulent times. This edition of the newsletter has been somewhat more delayed than usual. It is for...
SSBC Newsletter, June-July 2020 EditionHi-ho friends, and butts, and extended internet-family!I hope you have managed to find some calm in the time since my last missive. Personally, I have checked-in on the potatoes I planted with a friend...
SSBC Newsletter, May-June 2020 EditionHi-ho friends, and butts, and extended internet-family!Apologies for the somewhat late newsletter, there's been a lot going on.It felt imprudent to publish the letter at the start of June, as the Black...
SSBC Newsletter, April-May 2020 EditionHeya friends, and butts, and extended internet-family!I'm Alexander Cobleigh (do call me Alex), and also known as cblgh. I'll be you...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #12

Published on April 9, 2020 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and community, as for the rest of the world, a significant amount of our community’s attention of the last month has turned toward the COVID-19 and its impacts. I would like to personally highlight the really important contr...


Published on March 28, 2020 by Charles E. Lehner
Dear Contributors,We have some Secure Scuttlebutt hexagon stickers available. @cel (Charles Lehner) is mailing them out. If you would like some, please send a message to @cel. Include your full mailing address and how many / which sticke...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #11

Published on March 6, 2020 by Erick Lavoie
CommunityP2P Basel (Feb. 21-23rd, 2020)Christian Tschudin (aka ‘cft’), Aljoscha Mey...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #10

Published on February 6, 2020 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and community, there are still more sprouts and outgrowth in the SSB ecosystem. Please join me in this forest walk!CommunityLinux Conference Australia

Now accepting Bitcoin contributions!

Published on January 29, 2020 by Alanna Irving
SSBC is participating in a test to enable projects on Open Collective to accept funds via Bitcoin. If you'd like to give,

Scuttleverse Newsletter #9

Published on January 7, 2020 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and community, here is a summary of the community activity since mid-November 2019. I have added references to SSB posts of events covered in this newsletter, in case you would like to participate in the threads. I have also...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #8

Published on November 17, 2019 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and community, this update has taken longer to come because I have been busy with many things. It therefore covers the last 1.5 months of activity.Community Edmund Hillary FellowshipsCongrat...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #7

Published on October 5, 2019 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and Scuttlers, here is a snapshot of the last month’s developments on SSB. CommunityScuttlecamp 2Glyph, Luandro, Mnin, Dinosaur, Mix, and Nico are actively preparing Scuttlecamp 2, aiming to...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #6

Published on September 5, 2019 by Erick Lavoie
Dear backers and Scuttlers of all horizons, the community has been quite busy in August! Here is a summary!CommunityCCCamp 2019Zenna, Daan, Dominic, and a whole bunch of Scuttlers participated in

Scuttleverse Newsletter #5

Published on August 10, 2019 by Erick Lavoie
by Erick LavoieDear backers, last month there was a lot of activity on multiple fronts: community participation at DWeb Camp, transfers of funds to many projects, refactoring of core SSB components, strategic thinking about the evolution...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #4

Published on July 10, 2019 by Kay Rhodes
Welcome back Scuttle-friends:This past month has been filled with work to make almost every aspect of SSB better. Let’s dive in! RedesignRedesigning The ProtocolThe big news this month is centered around the proposed redesign of the SSB ...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #3

Published on June 7, 2019 by Kay Rhodes
Welcome back Scuttle-friends. This month a number of people passionate about distributed computing got together for Data Terra Nemo. It was a two day event with roughly 150 attendees and spea...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #2

Published on May 5, 2019 by Scott
Welcome to the second installment of the Scuttleverse newsletter. Quite a bit of progress and things of interest in the last month, but before we jump in to that, let's step back a moment and ponder why folks are working on decentralized...

Scuttleverse Newsletter #1

Published on April 4, 2019 by Scott
This is the first of hopefully many monthly newsletters from the Secure Scuttlebutt Consortium. In each dispatch, I and others, will try and capture and distill some of the golden sunshine of all that is the Scuttleverse.On the topic of ...