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Second month recapped!

In case you were not aware, this is the second month since the founding of ReverseEagle! Here’s a recap: …



Welcome to ReverseEagle!

ReverseEagle is a young community thriving to stop monolithic organizations taking over the web and the software we use, for the sake of our privacy, security, freedom and health. …


The maintainer of a fork of Mozilla Fenix wants to get his Iceweasel builds in F-Droid, but he wants help…


I address this issue here to know the opinion about the FLOSS community and, being the case, support a possible decision to move YaCy development away of GitHub. …






Feel free to join us if you want to contribute to the logo! The logo will finalize the 17/07/2020…


30 Day anniversary!

Today is the 30 day anniversary since the creation of ReverseEagle! …


De-Googling FOSS: Fonts

Hello folks. Have submitted a couple of PRs on projects to remove Open Sans (hosted via Google Fonts) and replace with something local. …



Collaboration with switching.software!

switching.software is a project that aims to educate users on “Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to well-known software”, as their home page states. As that project aligns with the goal of ReverseEagle, …


Are Opendesktop.org and Opencode.net open source?

I’ve been wondering if https://www.opencode.net/ and https://www.opendesktop.org/ are (free and) open source. I looked everywhere but I cannot find the source code for any of them. …


Introducing our own Matrix room!

We very are happy to announce our own Matrix room! …



Degoogling the Fediverse

While https://joinmastodon.org might look good at the first view,it unfortunately has hidden Google shit which isn’t required.
If you hit the “How it works” button,you get to see a Youtube video which could also be loaded from https://peertube.social/videos/watch/7a087e5f-68e0-4359-8035-bfd9752e9b



Merge Request & Issue dump!

Here’s the a merge request (MR) & Issue dump resynth1943 has done for today! …


Welcome to ReverseEagle

Let’s take an extra step forward to create a private, free, and healthy internet, and software that you can trust.

We remove proprietary code from FOSS projects.

Too many projects that claim to be a bastion of privacy have been overtaken by the influence of corporations.

The whole idea of FOSS is being torn apart by companies who don’t have our best interests at heart.