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For those of you interested I'll present some experiences and findings about the project during Radical Networks: radicalnetworks.org/

Held between october 19 and 21 in Berlin. Really interesting yearly conference on alternatives network topologies such as and , protocols new and old, meaningful understandings of politics, weird prototypes etc etc organised by @chootka

@raphaelbastide for example will present a based around the protocol!

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🤖 Abiertas las incripciones para el "Bots libres" en el que crearemos bots en Mastodon que daré el 15 de Dic en Hangar dentro de la convocatoria que organiza 🤖 t.co/ELEzUTZMsh

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@servus is now running a @mastodon instance - will soon be available to all our members

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finally do I have the proper way of looking at the fediverse :icon_mrgreen:

also yes it's fully functional and I'm actually using it as my main interface right now

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Looking for more sources of audio/visual material in or or licenses giving similar freedom for creative (re)use.
Other than the 'classics' wikimedia, archive.org, ccsearch, openclipart, gutenberg.org, librivox, freemusicarchive, fontlibrary, freesound

Retoot to write a list together!

For the for refugees, starting on Monday.

quote on digital infrastructures 

Tortoise says "I also don't know anything about networking."
fur says "Yes, Tortoise. You are in the right place."
Vern nods.

1989 TinyMUD Robotics Conference
linnaean.org/~lpb/muddex/robot

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Love #FOSS and #privacy, but are still using #GoogleTranslate?

Give an open equivalent, #OpenNMT (Open Neural Machine Translate) a try! There's a live #translation page (similar to Google Translate) at:
https://demo-pnmt.systran.net/production#/translation

...or contribute at https://github.com/OpenNMT/OpenNMT (comes in #Lua, #Python and #TensorFlow variants)

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The to A Streaming Book Launch September 7., 6-8.30pm (CEST) Join us online or at the World Trade Center, Brussels

constantvzw.org/site/The-Techn

“The Techno-Galactic Guide to Software Observation is the obsessive fantasy of optimization turned on its head and stuck to the ceiling of a self-reflecting elevator. It is the ultimate book, with almost 300 pages of dos and don’ts, of forgotten and un-inevitable , of mindful agile actions and improvisational service architectures, of any and all things that you can and cannot imagine needing in a techno-galaxy.”

photos by michaela lakova, via sedyst@twitter.com

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Playing chess through toots! Woah nice 💥

castling.club (Challenge someone to a game of chess using toots!)

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Anyone based in interested in , discussions on art and culture production, platforms, , and whatnot?

I will be there at the end of October and it would be great to meet some people!

Today is the opening of the The Warp and Weft of Memory at Castrum Peregrini, where Renee Turner will present her work. It has been a rewarding time assisting this project: tackling issues of digitisation, the archival of intimate belongings and getting lost in the slipperiness of semantics. Would be great to see you there!

CCing Mediawiki enthusiasts

castrumperegrini.org/event/ver

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via l'insostituibile Archivio Grafton9 (grafton9.net/) grazie al quale scopro che al Forte Prenestino avevano provato a rifare Cybersyn! archive.org/stream/Cybersyn/cy cc @ccl

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Horses were the original self-driving car

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HEY HEY, The Techno-Galactic Guide to Software Observation is on Monoskop! monoskop.org/log/?p=20190

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"Lately, a wave of yellow bikes from China has been crashing over the cities of this planet, bringing shitty steel constructions into every corner of the world. But what do these bikes do? Are they here to improve the mobility of urban populations or to track their every move? Will they be used for a long time and regularly repaired, or will they be thrown away once they start crumbling? Do we actually need privatized bike-sharing in our cities?

As reports are starting to pile up, that oBike – one of these bike-sharing startups – is shutting down (and taking millions in deposits paid by their users with them), it is important to think about a new way to use these bikes.

LibreBike is here exactly for this reason – to change the whole thinking behind bike-sharing. What if you wouldn't have to pay for the bikes? What if bikes where simply public goods, to be used by everyone? Turns out, in just five easy steps, every oBike can be made into a LibreBike – a bike for everyone!"

librebike.info/en/

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