Around midnight on Tuesday of last week, people near the barricaded city square at
the center of mass protests in Kiev, Ukraine, received an ominous text message:
"Dear subscriber, you are registered as a participant in a mass disturbance."
I don't care about those guys half as much as I care about common people being monitored and threatened, just by being in a certain place. The latest addition to this scare tactic is from Kiev, 2 weeks ago, as The New Yorker writer, Joshua Kopstein writes in his review article of the Blackphone:
Now don't get too excited but I have made some updates to the base RawPhone application you have in your repo... These changes are still very early stages of bringing RawPhone to a point where it can possibly do some of things that you have been capturing within this thread.
So AWESOME, thank you for the first development commitment on this project! Way to go! Due to some basic things I am still about to clear with @E:V:A, I would like you to be patient a little until we have made a final decision on your contribition. But don't be disappointed already, you'll receive a gift from me soon (I promised so in Issue #2) - let me know where to send it to via PM. Huge THANKS again for being the very first person to submit code!
My high respect goes out to you to believe in our project, please be so kind and spread the link to our GitHub in all networks you know of. More developers hopefully means more progress, although I wonder why @E:V:A does not respond to my PMs and cannot (ot does not want to) provide an email address for getting in touch with him. Too bad.
Quick question: If I merge your commits, will the folder 'MERGESOURCE' be touched and changed, or did you "import" the code of RawPhone into the main GitHub directory to be worked with? If so, I might consider to decide merging your commits without agreement of @E:V:A, although I must admit I do not very much like that..
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