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layout: post
title: Open source email clients for Linux
subtitle: Reviewing some of the most well-known
description: A review of some of the most well-known open source email clients for Linux
cover: /assets/posts/email.png
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layout: post
title: Preventing burnout in the world of open source
description: Creating an environment that is sustainable long-term in the open source ecosystem
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cover: /assets/posts/burnout.png
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Notes: Ping @opal@pl.wowana.me when finished

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<a href="/me/" title="About Amolith" aria-label="Read more about me" class="social-links-entry">
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<h3>Articles from blogs I follow around the internet</h3>
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<a href="https://kevq.uk/privacy-security-are-different/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Privacy &amp; Security Are Different</a>
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<p class="summary">I regularly see people using the terms Privacy and Security interchangably online. I wanted to take a couple of minutes to explain the differences between the two. I hear statements like the one below more often than I’d care to remember: I always use a V…</p>
<small class="source">
via <a href="https://kevq.uk">Kev Quirk</a>
</small>
<small class="date">December 17, 2019</small>
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<a href="https://infosec-handbook.eu/blog/gdpr-myths-part2/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">European GDPR myths – Part 2</a>
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<small class="date">December 15, 2019</small>
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<a href="https://kevq.uk/reasons-why-zoho-mail-is-better-than-gmail/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Reasons Why Zoho Mail Is Better Than Gmail</a>
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<p class="summary">I recently published a post with instructions on how to host email on your own domain. Since publishing, I’ve been asked a number of times about why I used Zoho Mail as an example, instead of something more mainstream like Gmail. In this post I intend to …</p>
<small class="source">
via <a href="https://kevq.uk">Kev Quirk</a>
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<small class="date">December 14, 2019</small>
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One of the easiest ways to support NixNet is to purchase products on these websites using the provided affiliate links.
# Privacy.com
[Privacy](https://privacy.com/join/R5LE8) (odd name but apt), is a service that lets you create "burner" cards for purchases where you might normally use a debit or credit card. You add funds to your Privacy account and create single-use or multi-use cards with or without a spending limit. Numbers, expiration dates, and security codes are automatically generated. When giving your information to the merchant, you can provide whatever information you want and Privacy will confirm it. They operate as any other provider (Visa, Mastercard, etc.) and charge the vendor a fee for every transaction so the service is completely free for users.
[Privacy](https://privacy.com/join/R5LE8) (odd name but apt), is a service that lets you create anonymous "burner" cards for purchases where you might normally use a debit or credit card. You add funds to your Privacy account and create single-use or multi-use cards with or without a spending limit. Numbers, expiration dates, and security codes are automatically generated. When giving your information to the merchant, you can provide whatever information you want and Privacy will confirm it. One of my use-cases is of course anonymity for online purchases but the "burner card" feature is fantastic for preventing services from charging you more than once for something. They operate as any other provider (Visa, Mastercard, etc.) and charge the vendor a fee for every transaction so the service is completely free for users.
Using my affiliate link, we will both get $5 credit in our accounts. If you already have an account, you can enter my referral code, `R5LE8`, in the settings.

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Visit Mumble's [Downloads](https://www.mumble.info/downloads/) page for installation information.
## Setup
Simply launch the app and run through the audio setup wizard. If your OS supports it, you can click [here](mumble://nixnet.xyz:64738) and Mumble will open automatically and connect to the server. Alternatively, launch the app, go to `Server -> Connect -> Add new`, enter whatever username you want, use `nixnet.xyz` as the address, `64738` for the port, and label the server however you'd like. That's it!
Simply launch the app and run through the audio setup wizard. If your OS supports it, you can click [here](mumble://nixnet.xyz:64738) and Mumble will open automatically and connect to the server. Alternatively, launch the app, go to `Server -> Connect -> Add new`, enter whatever username you want, use `nixnet.services` as the address, `64738` for the port, and label the server however you'd like. That's it!
If you want a new channel made for something (game, podcast, private call, etc.), just [let me know](/contact) and I'll create one. If you would like to talk with me about something, check the [contact page](/contact) for the times I'll be available.

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