[sword-devel] Front-end apps & Social Media

Chris Burrell chris at burrell.me.uk
Fri Apr 18 00:45:22 MST 2014

And you could always provide the same warning surely?
On 18 Apr 2014 02:33, "David "Judah's Shadow" Blue" <yudahsshadow at gmx.com>

> On April 16, 2014 6:03:23 PM EDT, jonathon <jonathon.blake at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >Take a very good look at the warning that Xiphos, BibleTime, and
> >BibleTime Mini displays when installing new resources.
> >Then ponder upon why those apps display that warning.
> The purpose of this message would not, necessarily, apply to social media
> posting for two reasons. 1) The warning is there for those in persecuted
> countries that may not be aware that downloading from a front-end's install
> manager uses the same protocols as web downloads (http/ftp) and thus will
> show up in the any monitoring that their government does (i.e. the
> government will know they visited the web/ftp site and what files they
> downloaded), so they do not inadvertantly get caught. 2) if they manually
> typed out a verse from a sword module, or any bible, on a particular social
> media site, it would carry the same risks as posting directly from a
> front-end. Installing sword modules only carries risk if it is done over a
> public network like the internet.
> --
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