What sense does it make? Many, if not most, of the apps want full network permission. A lot, if not most, are already in “main” F-Droid repo. Did I miss the instructions to be sure to download the needed offline data before the Typhoon hits (e.g. OsmAnd)?
So what is the point, really? Did somebody get funding to make a new repo with their favorite apps??
With the breakage of Tor Browser with Orbot full VPN mode, it’s making me wonder… Is the real purpose of Tor and Guardian projects to spread doubt and confusion?
Notes on Apps highlighted on page, https://secondwind.guardianproject.info/ , follow:
OsmAnd - full network, already in F-Droid
Trailsense - already in F-Droid
Stop-o-moto - Not in Wind Repo, already in F-Droid, 3 years old
Umbrella - full network
Briar - full network obv., Not in Wind Repo, already in F-Droid
Maps - full network ? Shows up as Unknown application, added August 2020
Medic Log - Already in F-Droid
or MediLog in Wind repo - full network
Proof Mode - full network
Noice - full network?, Already in F-Droid (Google play billing service?)
CrossWords - full network, Already in F-Droid
Planisphere - Not really in Wind repo, Already in F-Droid
MineSweeper and Solitare - Not really in Wind repo?