Keynote: Software as a Public Service: Introducing the Sovereign Tech Fund
Felix RedaOct. 04
Open Source reporting with the Analytics app
Keynote: The Digital Policy of the "Traffic Light" Government: Advancing Digitization while Shaping it Sustainably
Translate Nextcloud in any language
Panel session: Shaping the future of privacy
Moderator: Daphne MullerDone
Building a deGoogled and privacy-friendly and open source mobile ecosystem: the story behind /e/OS and Murena.
Don't fall off the cloud: scale you MariaDB quickly and safely with MaxScale
jtx Board - Bringing VJOURNAL to life on Android
Nextcloud in a Confidential Compute Cloud
Lea is a PhD student at CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security working in the area of usable security and privacy. Her research focuses on making security and privacy critical technology and defensive mechanisms more accessible to users and developers. In particular she is interested in making self-hosting more accessible to different user populations. For this line of research she teamed up with Nextcloud to study motivations, roadblocks, infrastructure, and security strategies of the self-hosting community.
Little is known about the population of Nextcloud users. Who are these people who use Nextcloud? What drives them to self-host their services? How do they provide and secure their operations? This talk gives a brief overview about the findings of the 2021 Nextcloud community survey and preliminary results of the interview study with private, commercial, and non-profit users.