Author: FIGBERT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2021 15:38:41 -0700
Add Privacy Redirect for Safari to projects
7 files changed, 62 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
diff --git a/content/projects/_index.md b/content/projects/_index.md
@@ -1,9 +1,7 @@
title = "Projects"
-description = ""
sort_by = "weight"
template = "list.html"
page_template = "article.html"
insert_anchor_links = "left"
diff --git a/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/index.md b/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/index.md
@@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
+title = "Privacy Redirect for Safari"
+description = "Privacy Redirect for Safari is a web extension that automatically redirects Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, Google Maps, Google Search, and Google Translate to alternative front-ends like Nitter and Teddit. These front-ends provide users with ways to access the content of popular sites, without exploiting your private information. Until now, extensions that could do this were limited to users of Chrome and Firefox. Privacy Redirect for Safari expands this functionality to Safari."
+date = 2021-08-14
+weight = 0
+[**Privacy Redirect for Safari**] is a web extension that automatically
+redirects Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, Google Maps, Google Search, and
+Google Translate to alternative front-ends like [Nitter] and [Teddit].
+These front-ends provide users with ways to access the content of
+popular sites, without exploiting your private information.
+Until now, extensions that could do this were limited to users of Chrome
+and Firefox. Privacy Redirect for Safari expands this functionality to
+<!-- more -->
+![Privacy Redirect for Safari running on MacOS Monterey][native-app]
+Unlike other browsers, for many years Safari did not encourage the
+development of extensions. However, recent updates from Apple have
+signaled a change in direction, and useful extensions for Safari can
+finally be developed. Privacy Redirect for Safari is one of the first of
+this new wave of extensions.
+Privacy Redirect for Safari is the first step in creating a wealth of
+high-quality extensions for Safari. It's built with the latest and
+greatest in Apple technologies, like SwiftUI and [Safari Web
+![Privacy Redirect for Safari next to a Safari window open to Nitter][twitter]
+Privacy Redirect for Safari is a fork of Simon Brazell's [Chrome and
+Firefox extension], porting the extension's functionality to Safari.
+It solves one of the most frustrating problems with front-ends like
+[Nitter] – the need to manually edit links – by having the browser
+edit them for you.
+Privacy Redirect for Safari is the first public release of [SMMR
+Software], a collaboration between [FIGBERT] and [Jacob Neplokh]. It's
+currently available on macOS, and will arrive on iOS with the release of
+iOS 15 later this year.
+Download the app [on the App Store], and explore the source
+code [on GitHub][**Privacy Redirect for Safari**].
+[**Privacy Redirect for Safari**]: https://github.com/smmr-software/privacy-redirect-safari/
+[Safari Web Extensions]: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/safariservices/safari_web_extensions
+[Chrome and Firefox extension]: https://github.com/SimonBrazell/privacy-redirect
+[SMMR Software]: https://smmr.software/
+[Jacob Neplokh]: https://jacobneplokh.com/
+[on the App Store]: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/privacy-redirect/id1578144015
diff --git a/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/macos.jpg b/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/macos.jpg
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diff --git a/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/twitter.jpg b/content/projects/privacy-redirect-for-safari/twitter.jpg
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diff --git a/content/projects/simply-translate/index.md b/content/projects/simply-translate/index.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
title = "SimplyTranslate"
description = "SimplyTranslate is a collection of “translation scrapers with interfaces for gemini and the web,” made by metalune. In other words, it’s a privacy-respecting front end for Google Translate, similar to Twitter’s Nitter. Over the course of a couple days – and one synchronous hacking session – I containerized the program to make it easier to deploy on servers worldwide."
date = 2021-07-02
-weight = 2
+weight = 3
[**SimplyTranslate**][st] is a collection of "translation scrapers with
diff --git a/content/projects/tofu/index.md b/content/projects/tofu/index.md
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
title = "Tofu"
description = "Tofu is an easy-to-use, open-source, two-factor authentication app designed specifically for iOS, made by Calle Luks. I adopted it after migrating from Authy, and ended up overhauling its icon system."
date = 2021-04-07
-weight = 1
+weight = 2
[**Tofu**][tofu] is an easy-to-use, open-source, two-factor
@@ -53,4 +53,3 @@ code [on GitHub][tofu].
diff --git a/content/projects/txtodo/index.md b/content/projects/txtodo/index.md
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ title = "txtodo"
description = "txtodo is a minimalist open-source todo list app inspired by Jeff Huang’s One File to Rule Them All. Inspired by Mac-assed Mac apps like IINA, Sketch, and Safari."
date = 2020-05-20
updated = 2021-04-08
-weight = 0
+weight = 1
[**txtodo**][txtodo] is a minimalist open-source todo list app
@@ -48,4 +48,3 @@ code [on my Gitea][src].