Hello Mastodon, Openwords is an open source #OER language learning webapp. We are in beta, and our Github page is available.
We're looking for partnering universities and instructors to collaboratively build lessons with our team.
Openwords is open source. We are committed to diverse open educational resources.
Openwords is a social enterprise that is not legally obligated to pursue profit maximization for shareholders.
So I have to select all the languages I don't understand to filter them from my feed? Wouldn't opting in to specific languages be an easier filtering UI?
"There is a strengthening movement of #Indigenous game designers and developers working to portray Indigenous storytelling, teachings and ways of knowing for their own people and the wider world." #gaming #gamedev #storytelling https://medium.com/r12n/video-games-encourage-indigenous-cultural-expression-2945f0609685
So you'd like to start computing in your own #language https://medium.com/r12n/so-youd-like-to-start-computing-in-your-own-language-f43c0e52e133
So you’d like to start computing in your own language https://medium.com/r12n/so-youd-like-to-start-computing-in-your-own-language-f43c0e52e133
Good stuff: What is GNU Social and is Mastodon Social a “Twitter Clone”? by @rw https://robekworld.com/what-is-gnu-social-and-is-mastodon-social-a-twitter-clone-1b12a98c37ec
Just set up my personal Mastodon at https://mastodon.ar.al
Follow me there:
You can mention me there using @aral
When/if you can, I would highly urge you to set up your own Mastodon instance. Currently requires tech knowledge/isn’t seamless (and getting it there will be a big challenge) but this is a great start and a very good step in the right direction.
Lots of love to @eugen and the dev team :)
If I ever make it back to the Berenstein timeline, I wonder if I'll remember my time here.
I just published a thing: Conquering digital worlds in Scottish Gaelic | Free software localization with GunChleoc, Chieftain of Widelands