Eelo project is going to provide an alternate mobile operating system and associated web-services, including email, cloud storage space, online office tools

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Eelo project is going to provide an alternate mobile operating system and associated web-services, including email, cloud storage space, online office tools... eelo will be for everyone, with a much better value of his personal data privacy. eelo is an open up source, and non-profit task in the public interest.
Gael Duval, the daddy of Linux Mandrake, has launched a new project called EELO, which wants to be a response to an increasingly closed IOS and an Android that continues to suck our data.
Eelo will offer an operating system for smartphones and associated web services, including email, cloud storage, online office tools ... eelo will be aimed at the greatest number, and will focus on better protection of personal data. eelo is an open-source project, non-profit, and in the public interest.
Eelo project  will be derived from LineageOS (an operating system that replaces Android on my phone, and eliminates the need for Google services) and will use existing bricks (such as F-Droid and APKPure).
The MicroG project - which replaces Google libraries (all the little bits of code that make it possible to run the GPS, wifi, sms) by free libraries - will probably also be integrated.
The default search engines could be Qwant and DuckDuckGo. And we imagine that most applications based on free (OpenStreetMap, LibreOffice, NextCloud) will be integrated natively.
The system will not use Google's DNS. For those who do not know what a Domain Name System (DNS) is, you have to see it as a directory. When I write an address in my browser (www.tkpx.eu for example), the DNS will look for the IP address which is associated with the domain (in the case of my site, it is 217.70.184.38), for then to show me the right page. This prevents Internet users from memorizing these series of numbers. However, Internet service providers (and Google too) can "lie" when asked to access a site. We are talking about a liar DNS, which will send us back to a different page, pretending that the site does not exist, or that it is blocked.
So here is a nice project to support via Kickstarter by following this link !

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