Consumer Reports recently announced the release of The Digital Standard, a privacy and security framework designed to safeguard consumers. Aspiration worked with Consumer Reports, Disconnect, Ranking Digital Rights, and The Cyber Independent Testing Lab to help develop the new guidelines for evaluating products, apps, and services. And it's open--you are encouraged to contribute to the Digital Standard on GitHub.
The second Reproducible Builds Summit took place in Berlin, focused on software development practices that create a verifiable path from source code to binary code. Check out write-ups by the Debian Reproducible Builds team, the GuixSD team, Rok Garbas and Software Freedom Conservancy, as well as Bootstrappable Builds. Diagram by Lunar/Debian
The 2016 Nonprofit Software Development Summit took place November 16 - 18 in Oakland, CA, bringing together participants from around the world. Check out the agenda and session notes, as well as report-outs from Ruth Miller, Srishti Sethi, Rainey Reitman, and Fabulous Dirk Slater, plus a great post on How To Give A Digital Security Training.
That's a wrap! Check out what happened at the spring 2016 California Nonprofit Technology Festival in Watsonville.
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