• @jet@hackertalks.com
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      13 months ago

      It can, and it could. Especially if reproducible builds allowing for the app developer to sign their own binaries

        • @jet@hackertalks.com
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          23 months ago

          Yes because the signal leadership at the time had reservations about allowing fdoid to sign their app. That is no longer an issue. Now the only issue is their stubborn, and they’re unwilling to change their minds.

  • BrikoX
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    07 months ago

    They have a few nice features, but them being a 3rd party client also adds overhead. They update every 2 weeks from upstream (with security patches as they become available + someone being able to merge them).

    I think it being on F-Droid is a wrong “selling” point. F-Droid is great store, but they have nothing to do with security/freedom.

    • Possibly linuxOPM
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      17 months ago

      F-droid has everything to do with freedom. Name one other app store that groups free software in one place