Commit e7d3ead7 authored by Deimos's avatar Deimos

Fix outdated "will be open-source" mentions

parent 958cc163
Title: Frequently Asked Questions
Slug: faq
Modified: April 26, 2018
Modified: March 19, 2019
Summary: Information about random aspects of the site
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Decentralized communities are interesting and have a lot of potential, but that model also introduces its own problems and difficulties. Tildes is already attempting to do quite a few things differently to improve the quality of online communities, and I'm more interested in focusing on those goals without introducing the additional complexity of decentralization.
However, since Tildes will be open-source, someone else could certainly use it as a base for their own decentralized version.
However, since [Tildes is open-source](https://blog.tildes.net/open-source), someone else could certainly use it as a base for their own decentralized version.
## Does Tildes allow non-English communities?
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Title: Technical Goals
Slug: technical-goals
Modified: February 17, 2019
Modified: March 19, 2019
Summary: Some of the goals of Tildes from the technical side
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3. **Privacy embedded into design**: Privacy is not just an afterthought for Tildes. It's a consequence of the fundamental aspects of the company—a non-profit site with no advertising can promote privacy in ways that would be practically impossible for profit-based companies.
4. **Full functionality—positive-sum, not zero-sum**: Privacy doesn't have to be a trade-off. Features can be designed in such a way that they still offer improvements without impacting privacy. Sometimes a minor change to implementation can make a massive difference in privacy without hurting the feature much or at all.
5. **End-to-end security—full lifecycle protection**: Always consider what happens with data after it's originally stored. Do we really need to keep it forever? Could it be aggregated or anonymized after a while, and the original data deleted? There are many pieces of data where, after a certain amount of time has passed, it's no longer important to know which specific users created that data.
6. **Visibility and transparency—keep it open**: Tildes will be "open-source by default". It should be possible for people to examine the Tildes code and see exactly what data is being stored. It should also be possible for people to request to see the actual data stored for their account, and verify it matches up with their understanding of what's being stored.
6. **Visibility and transparency—keep it open**: Tildes is "open-source by default". It should be possible for people to examine the Tildes code and see exactly what data is being stored. It should also be possible for people to request to see the actual data stored for their account, and verify it matches up with their understanding of what's being stored.
7. **Respect for user privacy—keep it user-centric**: Always consider, "How would I want my own data treated?" Would you want some other company to be storing the same data for you, and how comfortable would you be if someone looked through it? If the idea makes you uncomfortable, try to figure out some way to reduce or remove the data to eliminate those concerns.
### Zero third-party scripts/assets during normal use
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