My goal was to develop a video game that was easy to translate and to actively support #minoritized, #indigenous, and less-resourced #languages. You can already play Number Delver in #Basque, #Catalan, #Irish, & #Lakota. More coming soon.
Number Delver is a fast-paced arcade game that challenges your mathematical skills. Power up by finding the correct answers on each world.
Early access on the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hackranch.numberdelver
"When a speaker died, he would mark out their name with a red pen to show a sense of urgency. After a while, he was told to take it down, because it started looking like a hit list."
@snurb I'm also used to seeing my social graph already filled out. Here I'm mostly following interesting strangers.
Really a wonderful interview between two brilliant people: Henrik Chulu asks @ingrid about journalism, art, technology, and magic https://medium.com/techfestival-2018/technology-stories-should-not-be-about-the-technologies-35aa69522948
My hotel wifi is apparently blocking the entire country of Belgium. I know, it's #Belgium, but still.
Friends, we're finally ready for you. Over some months now, I've had the pleasure of supporting co-op entrepreneur Greg Brodsky in the development of a new kind of accelerator just for co-ops.
Start.coop is officially open for applications for the inaugural class. If you know someone who would be interested in applying for $10,000 in cash plus mentorship, they can learn more here: https://start.coop/press-releases/
Excited to share this new blog post on my research: https://blog.communitydata.cc/revisiting-the-rise-and-decline/
The pool of active contributors to Wikipedia started declining in 2007. Researchers blamed a calcifying bureaucracy and hostility to newcomers. Are these problems in other wiki communities too? Could there be a deeper reason why these dynamics emerge?
I replicated Halfaker et al 2013's analysis of 'The rise and decline.' The dynamics observed in Wikipedia appear to reoccur again and again in many wiki communities.
Bedre #norsk med skreddersydd språk-app
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.
civic technology | languages of fewer speakers | social and antisocial media
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!