Schleuder

A gpg-enabled mailing list manager with remailing-capabilities.

Schleuder is a group’s email-gateway: subscribers can exchange encrypted emails among themselves, receive emails from non-subscribers and send emails to non-subscribers via the list. How it works

We give our time and knowledge to build and maintain this project in order to help people with their daily private communication and in the struggle for their personal emancipation, social and economic justice and political freedom. Why we do it

Projects

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News

2019-02-14: Schleuder 3.4.0 released! This release ships an important privacy fix: To not leak keywords (for example via resent messages), HTML is now stripped from multipart/alternative messages if they contain keywords. For all details please see the changelog.

2019-01-24: Meet Schleuder devs in Frankfurt/Main. For everyone located in or near Frankfurt/Main, Germany (or willing to travel): On Friday, Feb 1st, the Schleuder development team will meet in a restaurant in Frankfurt, and would be pleased to have a chat with you! We have no schedule, just time to sit around, discuss ideas, ask questions, and have some drinks or food. Anyone is welcome, be they technically minded, politically interested or simply curious! Friday, 2019-02-01, from 7pm (local time), at Heck Meck (Friesengasse 19, Frankfurt am Main, Germany).

2018-10-22: Meet Schleuder devs in Hamburg. For everyone located in or near Hamburg, Germany (or willing to travel): Next Friday evening the Schleuder development team will meet in a bar in Hamburg, and would be pleased to have a chat with you! There is no program, just time to sit around, discuss ideas, ask questions, and have some drinks or food. Friday, 2018-10-26, from 7pm (UTC+2), at Feldstern (Sternstrasse 2, Hamburg, Germany).

2018-09-04: Schleuder 3.3.0 released! This release contains a few bug fixes and improvements: Missing arguments to keywords are now properly handled, and also more helpful error messages are provided; “Protected Headers” now are handled in a way that Thunderbird/Enigmail recognize; we also introduced a new keyword to remove a fingerprint from a subscription, and protected X-SET-FINGERPRINT better against accidental mis-use. Additionally the pseudoheaders now fully depend on the ‘headers_to_meta’ configuration-option, including ‘sig’ and ‘enc’; in effect you can now also have a fully empty pseudoheaders-block, which might come in handy for newsletters. Thanks to all contributors! Packages for Debian and CentOS will be released soon. For all details please see the changelog.

Older news can be found in the archive of the announce-mailinglist.

To participate in the development use the issue tracker. Please take note of our Code of Conduct.

To contact us read contact.

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