Australia opens war on food waste
Australia’s first recycled supermarket is giving food destined for landfills a second chance, as the government embarks on a major push to cut down on waste costing the economy 20 billion Australian dollars ($15 billion) a year.
The outlet run by food rescue organization OzHarvest in Sydney takes surplus products normally thrown out by major supermarkets, airlines and other suppliers, and gives them away for free.
I'm officially a Manjaro KDE user now
I made the switch today after testing #Manjaro #KDE out in a VM for a few days and installing all my software etc. The install was quite quick as my data already resides on a separate partition so no need to backup and restore 100GB+ of data.
@drkmttr yes I have really not found a good notes app yet to work across Linux, Windows, Mac and Android for me. I do like that this one is consistent across platforms. I tried a few that work with my ownCloud but they were not a consistent experience. I'll see how this one goes for a bit.
Standard #Notes - free open source cross-platform syncing encrypted notes app
The standard app is free syncing across Linux, Mac, Windows, iOS, Android and the Web. It is AES-256 encryption enabled for privacy and if you lose your password, you lose the data (no workarounds or backdoors). It can also import for offline archives (so you can import from other services like #Evernote after doing an export), or you can archive your data out of the service.
@fschaap I should maybe look again at rolling releases. I got a bit burnt with Debian a while back when I found not all my Linux apps installing easily on it. That drove me back into the Ubuntu derivative fold. I've been sticking to LTS releases tho to give a good 2 years between upgrades.
Linux Mint 18.2 "Sonya" KDE Beta Edition Debuts with KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS Desktop
Want to make a huge contribution to Mastodon adoption?
Create and maintain a Debian package for Mastodon. If you know anyone fluent in making and maintaining Debian packages, please share this with them. Let’s reduce the complexity of installing Mastodon on Debian-based distributions (e.g., Ubuntu) down to running a single command and watch the instance numbers shoot up! :)
#FitBit has released its list of the fittest countries in the world for 2017
The ranking is based on data collected from 23.2 million Fitbit users across the globe.
The analysis is a representative sample of 2016 data from more than 10 million users in the United States and at least 10 thousand users in each international country.
See the stats at http://bit.ly/2reyi94