We used to have a good blogosphere going. But perhaps people are returning to their blogs? This means that we need to do the things we used to delegate to Facebook, Google and Twitter: networking, curation, discovery.
• write our thoughts onto our own blogs
• link to other bloggers
• pick up on posts elsewhere, comment on our own blog and link back
• if other people pick up on our posts, link to their replies
• make commenting as easy as possible for those without blogs
Please join! 😄
I will be doing a little presentation about teaching design with #floss software for the #lgm2020 online conference. Starts at 12:30 CET:
Women on Web, a non-profit organization providing support to women and pregnant people has been blocked by various ISPs all over Spain
Introducing Inkscape 1.0! After a little over three years in development, we're excited to launch this long-awaited version for Windows and Linux (and the macOS preview) Watch the release video (inkscape.org/release-video-1-0) and download it here: https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape-1.0/
Note: If the download link doesn't work, check back a little later. The files are being propagated across our CDN.
While putting Debian to revive an old Thinkpad, i now have 3 first steps before anything else after install:
1. Move to the "testing" sources and dist-upgrade
2. Set up sudo
3. Set up font-manager (ty @rra!) and disable the dozens of Noto fonts that make font menus unusable
Making games at sea – Hundred Rabbits and how they build games by boat
You know what product packaging I like? Flour. It's usually just paper and adhesive, often unleaded, eminently recyclable or biodegradable. If want longer shelf life, you're expected to transfer it to your own non-disposable container. For whatever reason, the industry has never much felt the need to muck with that convention.
COVID contact tracing
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