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The author of Pettil (Forth-83 for Commodore PET) is looking for team members to join and help make Pettil better or port the code to other 6502 based machines such as C64, Apple II and such

https://github.com/chitselb/pettil
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France's largest free software organisation @Framasoft has just launched a crowdfunding campaign for an open federated events tool, Mobilizon:

joinmobilizon.org/en/

Mobilizon would replace Facebook Events and similar closed services.

It would use ActivityPub, so people would be able to organise events on the Fediverse.

You can also follow its Mastodon account here:

@mobilizon

#Mobilizon #DeleteFacebook #Events #Alternatives #Fediverse

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@cmos4040, this is the situation right now:

14% 5%
14% 20%
29% 25%
43% 50%
(21 votes)

which translates into the following:

3v 5%
3v 20%
6v 25%
9v 50%

which means that the minimum amount of votes to succeed is 60.

(this is the most exciting thing in my life right now)

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let's make this happen

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Who wouldn't want to be Certified C.U.L.T.Master® ?

I should invent the nextagile framework for managing knowledge work but instead of SCRUM it will be called C.U.L.T.

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Tomorrow, 14.04.19, in at 's open day, you can come and play the latest (unreleased) build of What Remains on real hardware! (an RGB modded to be precise)

varia.zone/en/openday2019.html

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I sometimes get the question whether #Forth is still used for commercial projects.

It is.

Leon Wagner from Forth Inc. presented some recent commercial projects using Forth

Video:
"Leon Wagner — There's Forth in That"
wiki.forth-ev.de/doku.php/even

Mort Garson ‎– Mother Earth's Plantasia.

youtube.com/watch?v=Nv4QrT6Q-k

"Warm earth music for plants and the people who love them"

One of these early synthesizer albums that really grows 🌿 🌱 🌾 🥦 🍃 on you.

Often removed from YT, so fire up your fave terminal and hit that youtube-dl

#1976

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The Network We (de)Served - (XPUB Special Issue #08)

Geachte bezoeker,

Het was een paar maanden terug dat we bij elkaar van huis tot huis gingen om ons gezamenlijke homebrew netwerk te installeren. Terwijl onze host een kop thee voor ons zette, onderzochten we op deze infrastructour onze routers en hoe die ons aan het internet verbonden.In de huizen waar het mogelijk was installeerden we een server, maar dat lukte niet overal. Het maakte sommigen van ons afhankelijk van een ander lid van de groep.

Gezamelijk werken aan vormen van self-hosting als een manier om het te hebben over netwerken, autonomie, online publiceren en sociale infrastructuren, waarbij we allemaal vertrokken vanuit een andere vraag. We willen graag onze persoonlijke (en toch onderling verbonden) zoektochten met je delen, een verhaal vertellen, onze web- en gedrukte zines presenteren en je uitnodigen om ons zelfgebouwde netwerk te verkennen.

Datum: Donderdag 04 april 2019 Locatie: Gouwstraat 3, Rotterdam Entree: Gratis Start: 19:00

https://issue.xpub.nl/08/

Met bijdragen van: Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, Roel Roscam Abbing, Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Steve Rushton, Leslie Robbins.

Dit project is ontwikkeld in de context van de Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Experimental Publishing (XPUB) van het Piet Zwart Instituut, en Varia, Centrum voor Alledaagse Technologie, Rotterdam - april 2019.

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It is often said that anarchists live in a world of dreams to come, and do not see the things which happen today. We do see them only too well, and in their true colors, and that is what makes us carry the hatchet into the forest of prejudice that besets us.
-- Peter Kropotkin

#anarchism #quote #bot

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