Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton is a founding member of the Web 3.0 informal steering group.
He is best known as an advocate for “Libre Ethical Technology”. Trained as a Software Engineer he took an interest in Free Software (Samba) in 1995 after noticing a yawning chasm between the Microsoft and UNIX / Linux worlds.
He then watched for the next two decades as the ongoing sandboxed commercialisation (exploitation) of Software Libre, still in effect today, rolled forwards, and decided to start some hardware initiatives (EOMA68, Libre-SOC) to bridge that chasm just as he did with Samba, but now in the hardware world.
Luke loves Mythbusters, Rollerblading, has read over 700 sci-fi and fantasy novels, writes poetry, has two beautiful daughters, works intermittently on a Particle Physics theory and design and builds his own 3D printers. He has a form of Asperger’s and is, paradoxically, a reclusive extrovert.
yep. no mention of the strategy to ensure that people can verify the safety and correctness of the hardware let alone the software.
the mention of blockchain simply confirms the complete lack of knowledge on the author’s part.
the *only* way that this can be explored safely, and i hesitate even to say that, is if it is entirely libre hardware and libre software.
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blockchain has to be done right. two things:
* monero is the only cryptocurrency that protects identity. you *can* prove provenance on request, if *you* want to.
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Robert to Luke:
Zionists recently got Microsoft to introduce hate speech terms, so they can turn the brakes off on my cyber car anytime the Zionists want to pull the trigger. Am getting fed up with all the bullshit. We need Web 3.0 sooner than later including substitutes for Microsoft and WordPress.
Luke responds to Robert:
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In answer to the question, should I migrate away from WordPress now?
Do not migrate to Wix or any other; do make provision for WordPress’s massive security issues; do plan for migration in the future.
wordpress is the “easiest” to get started with. you do not need to rely on a company to host it: it *is* possible to host it yourself, but holy s*** is it one hell of a lot of code.
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I have finalized the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group for Phase 1.0. Martin Geddes and Stephen E. Arnold will join me as the informal executive cell that can sign confidentiality and other agreements on behalf of my new company Open Source Everything, Inc. Our public website will be web3-0.org which will be a subset of a larger website ose-21.org to press forward on Open Source Everything Engineer (OSEE).
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