I've just briefly tried #Olive - a new libre video editor, and... I am blown away 😮
It's in Alpha stage and it already looks way better than anything else I've seen so far (maybe not Kdenlive). I think it's highly inspired by Adobe Premiere - but I find this to be a good thing, as it's clean, very customizable and slick. I am very tempted to give them all my money to go forth with it, and I've read they are planning to add LV2 plug-in support (VST2 plug-ins work already)
« it’s now possible to disable telemetry sent from the Calculator app to Microsoft servers. »
Je... QUOI ? Microsoft est allé fourrer ses logiciels espions jusque dans la calculatrice ??? BORDEL.
Je vous laisse imaginez comment le reste de Windows se comporte.
La vie privée ? C'est tellement has-been.
Pour celles et ceux qui souhaitent m'aider en me soutenant financièrement et qui seraient adepte des #Cryptos j'ai ajouté mes adresse $LTC (ltc1q287fxrjwus0atj5fxdut4jcmxy5qk6m7wdy3ca) et $ETH (0xc7Ef1d78390017EFC82Ab47df32738E2bA301E66) dans la description de l'instance #PeerTube.
Encore merci à tous 😘
Audacity 2.3.1 released, Linux support is back!
* punch & roll recording
* better saving options
* Scrub Ruler is now turned "off" by default
* View > Zoom menu for turning Advanced Vertical Zooming "on" or "off"
* bug fixes galore
I want to share something I feel very attached to and that is the firestarter community magazine.
It is a artist magazine focusing on community, events, interviews and learning. It's a very good project and the magazines are made free to be downloaded again. To keep this is the magazine needs much more support and attention.
Prismo is an open federated alternative to sites like Reddit or Hacker News.
It's still under development, but the first instance is online here:
It's been in closed beta for a while, but Prismo now has open sign-ups for the first time.
You can sign up at:
There are a couple of open source automated #Translation sites available.
Both are still under development so they lack some languages/features, but you can try them already on their demo sites:
#Searx is an open source search engine which combines results from 70 other search engines while stripping away their trackers.
You can try it out on any public Searx instance, for example:
If you run a server, you can also install your own Searx instance:
It also works through @torproject if you want an extra layer of privacy.
You can find free #PublicDomainEbooks really easily using switching.social's eBook search page:
The search covers a wide variety of public domain sites, and includes many different languages.
TuxClocker - a new graphical overclocking utility for Linux.
Released just a couple of days ago and currently supported cards are nvidia 600-series cards and newer. Support for AMD GPUs is planned.
* GPU monitoring
* Change power limit
* Fan mode selection
* Custom fan curve
* Multi-GPU support
* AMD support
* Rewrite nvidia controlling using libxnvctrl
in answer to my earlier question about hiding youtube recommendations, my wife found me a Firefox addon that does it:
ahhhh, it's so relaxing now. And best of all, our toddler won't ask me to show her Peppa Pig if she never seens suggestions for Peppa Pig!
(sorry but I can't stand Peppa Pig, both of her eyes are on one side of her nose, like a pink land flounder. it's creepy.)
"La bataille du libre" est un documentaire de @philippe_borrel qui sort bientôt et qui est très, très, mais vraiment très intéressant ! https://peertube.fr/videos/watch/c9d0d086-3963-4e72-a6ab-951723a424d8
Food, bed and PC: that's what makes me happy.
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