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 * Update on work at !ThoughtWorks (Sunil/Rahul)
   * Sunil and Rahul are both working full-time on !FreedomBox.
   * 3 others contributing to !FreedomBox also.
   * Roadmap: Replacement for Whatsapp, social applications, SSO, website, villages
   * Enabling non-admin users in Plinth
 * Matrix Server (Sunil/Rahul)
   * Good protocol (HTTP, easy clients, Double rachet)
   * Riot client - manual switch on encryption
     * work toward simplifying UI
     * identity server
   * synapse packaging - was in NEW queue
   * Replacement for Whatsapp
   * Co-exist with XMPP on !FreedomBox
   * Interoperable with other protocols (IRC gateways)
 * UI overhaul (mray) https://github.com/freedombox/Plinth/issues/739
   * Javascript use - can work out fallback scenarios
     * On/off toggle
   * Priority
     * Consider for GSOC/Outreachy
   * Developer next steps
     * Move beyond bootstrap framework?
     * Material design
   * Feedback:
     * Looks good, improvement over current look
     * Mobile phone appearance of dialog box?
       * Use full width on mobile
     * App pop-up actions: Run diagnostics, Uninstall
       * Settings drop-down with additional actions
       * Install/uninstall, enable/disable replaced by on/off toggle
     * Notifications tab per app, module to aggregate notifications
 * Taiga.io for project management. (Sunil/Rahul)
   * !FreedomBox Project: https://tree.taiga.io/project/freedombox-freedombox/
 * FOSSASIA participation (Sunil)
   * Nikhil Rayalprolu is setting a stall and giving a lightning talk
 * GSOC/Outreach (Sunil, James?)
   * Plinth UI overhaul (Sunil, mray can mentor)
   * Mail server support (James, Sunil can mentor)
   * Submit projects to https://wiki.debian.org/SummerOfCode2017/Projects
 * !FreedomBox in Villages update (Sunil)
   * Official launch event, local press coverage
   * Workshop
 * https://www.wireguard.io/ VPN, https://github.com/DonnchaC/onionbalance (federico3)
   * wireguard in Debian unstable, in kernel
   * onionbalance in Debian testing

Progress call: 18:00 UTC

  • Update on work at ThoughtWorks (Sunil/Rahul)

    • Sunil and Rahul are both working full-time on FreedomBox.

    • 3 others contributing to FreedomBox also.

    • Roadmap: Replacement for Whatsapp, social applications, SSO, website, villages
    • Enabling non-admin users in Plinth
  • Matrix Server (Sunil/Rahul)
    • Good protocol (HTTP, easy clients, Double rachet)
    • Riot client - manual switch on encryption
      • work toward simplifying UI
      • identity server
    • synapse packaging - was in NEW queue
    • Replacement for Whatsapp
    • Co-exist with XMPP on FreedomBox

    • Interoperable with other protocols (IRC gateways)
  • UI overhaul (mray) https://github.com/freedombox/Plinth/issues/739

    • Javascript use - can work out fallback scenarios
      • On/off toggle
    • Priority
      • Consider for GSOC/Outreachy
    • Developer next steps
      • Move beyond bootstrap framework?
      • Material design
    • Feedback:
      • Looks good, improvement over current look
      • Mobile phone appearance of dialog box?
        • Use full width on mobile
      • App pop-up actions: Run diagnostics, Uninstall
        • Settings drop-down with additional actions
        • Install/uninstall, enable/disable replaced by on/off toggle
      • Notifications tab per app, module to aggregate notifications
  • Taiga.io for project management. (Sunil/Rahul)
  • FOSSASIA participation (Sunil)
    • Nikhil Rayalprolu is setting a stall and giving a lightning talk
  • GSOC/Outreach (Sunil, James?)
  • FreedomBox in Villages update (Sunil)

    • Official launch event, local press coverage
    • Workshop
  • https://www.wireguard.io/ VPN, https://github.com/DonnchaC/onionbalance (federico3)

    • wireguard in Debian unstable, in kernel
    • onionbalance in Debian testing