Linux-driven FOSS OSHW.
AXIOM Beta - https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/AXIOM_Beta
OpenCine - https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/OpenCine
How to contribute - https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/How_to_Contribute
GitHub repos - https://github.com/apertus-open-source-cinema
Newsletter - https://www.apertus.org/newsletter
Telegram group - https://telegram.me/apertus
If you fall on this TOOT and are passionate about #openSource #openHardware #decentralizedInternet and disruptive ideas on how do we figure out a solution to #fixtheWeb, I laid down a first version of the ideas and thought that would help and make it happen. Make it yours!
#GetTogether is a free open source alternative to the event planning site MeetUp.com.
You can use the first GetTogether instance here:
and follow the project here:
The project is also working on federating instances together using the ActivityPub standard (which Mastodon, Pleroma, PeerTube etc also use).
We are proud to announce the birth of the Free Silicon Foundation (https://f-si.org)!
We organize a conference in Paris, March 14-16 2019, to promote:
1. Free and Open Source (FOS) CAD tools for designing #VLSI circuits
2. the sharing of hardware designs
3. common standards
4. the freedom of users in the context of #silicon technology
Program and submissions:
Any #foss folk know of some decent alternatives to reCaptcha? As foss as poss, though i'm open to other suggestions too.
Does anybody here know where I can find the Creality Ender 3 source code?
It looks like it *was* posted on #GitHub here: https://github.com/Creality3DPrinting/Ender-3 possibly as a result of GPL violation shaming reported here https://hackaday.com/2018/08/27/gpl-violations-cost-creality-a-us-distributor/; or, I could be misreading the entire situation.
Great news from the developers of Atelier and AtCore, the #FOSS 3D printing solution - a major new release is almost around the corner!
Changes will include a more polished UI, better error handling, and improved bed scaling.
@conservancy The best way to find out (like in any other social networks) is to use it actively. Look regularly at Mastodon, search for hashtags like #FreeSoftware #OpenSource #FLOSS #FOSS, etc.See who posts there regularly, who gets engaged in discussions, who follows you, who replies to your posts, likes or re-share them and you will find many great Free Software peoples and orgs here worth following. Then look at their profile, who are they following and who is following them...
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