My org is looking for an asciidoc or markdown toolchain consultant. We need templates and tooling that end up with PDF docs. It all needs to be FOSS, usable by people on Linux/Mac/Windows, and backed by git or svn. We're command line, emacs, vim types, but interested in guis too.
For reference, we have a Latex -> PDF repo: https://github.com/OpenTechStrategies/ots-doctools
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Remember when there were more than three operating systems and more than two web browsers?
(Yeah well, in terms of working browser enginges, it wasn't that much better than today, but at least a couple of people tried...)
(The announcement was unplanned and I expected to have more time for things I wanted to say and do first, but no, I don't think it was the right decision by the FSF, whose mission is needed but which keeps falling short of fulfilling it.)
i.e., there is a glut of candidates from zillion-dollar Silicon Valley orgs & corps on "Individual" ballot, which skews the alleged Individual seats right into the "Affiliate" seats.
Even if the candidate is not being paid by their employer to sit on the OSI board, Corporate Conglomerates, database vendors, and cloud-computing SaaS businesses are already overrepresented in the Affiliate seats. Employer-name recognition automatically skews in favor of those candidates on the Individual ballot.
Zoom is deleting events that criticize Zoom censorship... 🤨
people shouldn’t be allowed to work more than ~20hrs per week
people need time and space for themselves, but when they force themselves into a shared workspace for excessive periods day-in day-out and deny themselves personal liberties, that need doesn’t just go away
when people don’t give themselves an outlet, they end up transforming their shared workspace into a place that serves their own personal needs at the cost of those around them. this transformation is the antithesis of inclusivity
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