commit 0bca7c902197354b2f6178e7a271de7a7e5ca10f
parent 1b64ca4e1cd076de2eb0986654b899f7459fab37
Author: Oscar Benedito <>
Date:   Tue,  1 Sep 2020 15:38:43 +0200

Revive privacy resources

I have decided to not break the link to "/resources/". The page has been
changed to make it easier to host it without needing to keep it up with
theme updates. A warning about it being outdated has been added.

M.gitignore | 7++-----
Astatic/resources/index.html | 24++++++++++++++++++++++++
2 files changed, 26 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore @@ -1,5 +1,2 @@ -resources/ -public/ -assets/drafts/ -*.draft.* -.DS_Store +/resources/ +/public/ diff --git a/static/resources/index.html b/static/resources/index.html @@ -0,0 +1,24 @@ +<!DOCTYPE html> +<html lang="en"> + <head> + <meta charset="utf-8"/> + <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"/> + <meta name="author" content="Oscar Benedito"/> + <title>Privacy resources</title> + </head> + <body> + <p><strong>Warning!</strong> This webpage is no longer maintained, please delete any links to it. Contents are still up to avoid breaking links, but it is outdated and shouldn't be used.</p> + <p>Last update: 2019-12-24.</p> + <hr/> + <h1>Privacy resources</h1> + <p>The following is a list of sites related to privacy and security on the internet. They were very useful when learning about privacy online as well as finding software and providers that were more focused on security.</p> + <ul> + <li><strong><a href="">PrivacyTools</a></strong>: For any kind of service or program, this website offers a couple of alternatives, with a short summary. It also offers some good advice on being more secure on the internet. They also have a <a href="">forum</a>.</li> + <li><strong><a href="">Switching Social</a></strong>: It used to be a website that informed about privacy-conscious service providers. It was aimed at non-tech people. Around September 20, 2019, the site and all its social accounts vanished, you can see the last snapshot at the Wayback Machine. A new project, <a href="">Switching Software</a>, is under development to continue the website.</li> + <li><strong><a href="">Restore Privacy</a></strong>: Reviews providers and software. They have an <a href="">interesting page</a> dedicated to alternatives to Google services.</li> + <li><strong><a href="">Paula Kreuzer&rsquo;s blog</a></strong>: Offers alternatives to common service providers and software. Giving a summary of the alternatives she proposes.</li> + <li><strong><a href="">PRISM Break</a></strong>: Offers secure replacements to some common apps and providers, organized by operating system.</li> + </ul> + <p>I have also found <a href="">AlternativeTo</a> to be really useful when looking for alternatives for one particular piece of software.</p> + </body> +</html>