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1 March 2019
Recap: Fluidkeys makes PGP simple for engineering teams. It helps you safeguard your source code and protect passwords, secrets and personal data.
fk team join <uuid>so members can request to join them! 👯♂️
It’s late, again. I’ll keep this short, again…
We’ve had a great week on the development front, it’s really been humming along nicely this week.
We tweaked the way an admin sets up a team, to give them a boiler plate invite they can copy and paste into Slack or whatever to start getting other people signed up:
Invite people to join the team ── Invitation to join Fluidkeys Ltd ───────────────────── Join Fluidkeys Ltd on Fluidkeys I've created a team on Fluidkeys to make it simple for us to share passwords and secrets securely. Join now: 1. download Fluidkeys from https://download.fluidkeys.com 2. join the team by running: > fk team join 01381ea0-38b5-4119-9e87-2b45bd319b46 ─────────────────────────────────────────────────── 👆 Copy the invitation above and send it to your team.
Next up was making that
team join <uuid> bit work… Which as of earlier today, we have! Phew.
We’re getting ready to incorporate which means we need to write our articles of association. As Paul wrote last week, we’re going to be a non-profit, which means we have to write a social purpose.
We went back at watched Simon Sinek’s presentation where he suggests you Start With Why. It’s a great talk and if you’ve got a spare five minutes I’d recommend you watch it!
This helped us answer the following:
Why are we doing this?
We believe companies should respect their users
We encourage that by making it simple to adopt technology and practices that protect personal information
What are we doing?
We build beautifully simple security software for teams
It’s got us thinking about how we are working hard to respect our users. We’re not happy with Mailchimp, for example, as they don’t allow us to turn off tracking. We’ll be migrating soon.
It also reminded me, we’ve been thinking about this stuff for a while now. I think a lot of the work we did at the Co-op would have fit under this purpose too!
Having this mission and social objective pinned down brings us a step closer to incorporating!
It was great, we moved some keys around between machines really easily. Great stuff!
Having Fluidkeys out in the wild, and then hearing back from people using it telling us they found in really simple and slick has felt great.
Next week we will:
As ever, if you’ve got any thoughts or feedback, we’re all ears.
Have a lovely weekend,
All feedback is welcome, pop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org