do you or someone you know have experience / expertise in any of the following: Linux 3.10 + 4.9 kernels on MIPS64, cross compiling linux kernel and userland, Cavium Octeon SDK?
I have needs!
...and (US/western Europe market rates) money! to give this person or persons, so that they may continue to survive in this oppressive capitalist system.
boosts appreciated. please DM me here. I don't care where you are situated in the world, personally.
The fight for diversity, equality and inclusion is the fight for software freedom. Our movement will only be successful if it includes everyone. RMS does not speak for these values.
This is a great read if you're at all interested in tech policy:
I am live-streaming my coding therapy RIGHT NOW (I definitely need it after this week): Join me at https://twitch.tv/codetherapy (and tell me if the audio is weird)
request for info re RMS email
@brainwane on the off-chance you're still looking, the thread has now been leaked and published https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/9ke3ke/famed-computer-scientist-richard-stallman-described-epstein-victims-as-entirely-willing
We all know that Google (with Chrome-ium) has at least close to 90% of the browser marketshare on the internet.
Which is your primary browser on your computer?
Remember that Brave, Opera and Edge are Chromium derivatives. I consider Safari to be separate since it's Webkit and not Blink.
Retoot this to get more votes in.
I've been making some odd visual art pieces lately -- this current one is making me laugh because when I was outlining it by hand in ink I was thinking it would be floral (and reddish, warm tones), but then it ended up making more sense to me digitally as a sad, blue-green brain.
I added the text "BORING" at the bottom because this is what my mind meta-thought about itself concerning this transition from intent to completion.
So I followed a tutorial (and then somewhat departed from it) and made my first animation in #blender -- way easier than if imagined.
Save the date! v5 of CSVConf
- a community conference for data makers everywhere - will take place on May 13 + 14 2020 at the University of California's Washington Center in Washington DC, USA (link: http://csvconf.com) csvconf.com #csvconf
A recent commit in darktable's git repo removed the block on using Neo OpenCL, meaning: development snapshots of #darktable now support GPU acceleration for modern (within the past several years) Intel GPUs for a noticeably big performance boost, provided you have Intel Neo OpenCL suppport installed and compile darktable yourself.
Summary: Quicker photo editing in darktable for Intel laptops (without NVidia or AMD)!
This should land in a release by the end of the year in most Linux distros.
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