TL;DR: Follow up to Against the Law: Follow the White Rabbit in www
The topic is great and the treatment important, but the article started covering too much ground.
The plan would be to make a "Snowden Narrative" milestone with each topic an issue in that milestone, decide on a refocus of the main argument (see below) and move other parts to the "NEWS LATER" milestone to develop in later articles.
The main argument should be dissect the white rabbit, and demonstrate that the press was a bit sloppy with this story (not catching how the 'introspection engine' requires modding and the concrete limitations of that approach: secure delivery, small scale operation, etc.). The 'dissection' should conclude that Neo900 effectively does in hardware most of what the white rabbit tries to implement from modded stock, and is more an awareness campaign than a solid long-term solution (if journalists are condemned to not upgrade their device, why not use one that can actually be set to function as a PDA, like Neo900?)
Then other parts could become other articles:
- Cryptophone vs. Hoox vs. Neo900 vs. White rabbit (maybe one at a time)
- The One Rogue Chip
The objective of this series would be to put into context the specificity of Neo900 approach to convince more people about the worthiness of its design.Edited by hellekin
Send this tweet: Werner contributed an interactive tool to visualize differences between versions of schematics made with @kicad_pcb. https://neo900.org/stuff/eeshow/
@wpwrak as the above URL is mentioned in https://lists.launchpad.net/kicad-developers/msg26055.html , shouldn't we use the latter.
Follow up in the upcoming newsletter at www#16 (closed)Edited by hellekin
Try it and see...
Marked the task Snowden narrative as completed
Status changed to closed