true masculinity, leiwand 

developers, i urge you: learn rust, asap 

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#OpenAccess

Librarians are cancelling their Elsevier subs and Elsevier is panicking. The era of charging researchers to access their own work is coming to an end.

https://twitter.com/doctorow/status/1228333976609148928

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Heute Abend um 18:30 gibts mal wieder ein #VALUG-Treffen im alten #Schl8hof in #Wels. Thema: #Proxmox. Wie immer: keine Anmeldung erforderlich, Eintritt frei. Happy #ILoveFS Day! https://valug.at/

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We are happy to announce the Call for Proposals is now officially open for LGM 2020!

You can find all the details about what we are looking for on
libregraphicsmeeting.org/2020/

The deadline to submit proposals is February 17th.

Rejoice! Our x community meeting in vienna is officially happening on february 13th!
meetup.com/vienna-libre-media/

Drinks, snacks and three talks, including myself re-presenting Elmyra (from the @apertus project) which *cough* I will by then have ported and released for blender 2.80 finally. (*^.^*)

Next wednesday (jan 29) I'm hosting a workshop on animated typography at RIAT Vienna, very curious how this will turn out. (✯◡✯) meetup.com/vienna-libre-media/

The eno notation language is now finally getting a schema definition metaformat (by popular request) - just published the first prototype for a CLI-based parser generator: github.com/eno-lang/enocli

Finally got around to write a library that deserializes an entire filesystem tree into an in-memory object (directories = nested dictionaries, filenames = keys, filecontents = values, plus customizable declarative/functional content transformation): gitlab.com/simonrepp/fs-obj Curious if anybody else sees potential in this or has comments? (I constantly run into usecases for this when writing disposable-ish static media generators operating on file-based content)

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