I can't say anything about RMS as a person, but IMHO his actions have held Emacs and GCC back in technical issues in the past and I hope that he retires from GNU as well.
Long blog post about campaign events and starting equipment based on random tables, how these are opportunities for world building, with examples, by Anne of DIY & Dragons.
"How Google is building a browser monopoly"
STOP USING CHROM*
... and that is why you should run your own cloud.
"Most of the cloud is controlled by just four corporations – Amazon, Microsoft and Google in the US, and China’s Alibaba. Goldman Sachslast year said these four hold 56 per cent of the world public cloud market..."
Three conclusions to draw from #Google denying #Huawei access to software: (1) The #FSFE urges users to use Free Software operating systems and applications on their computing devices. (2) Governments and especially the European Union should invest more resources in #FreeSoftware to gain independence from large enterprises and other states. (3) The FSFE urges companies to use as much Free Software as possible in their supply chains. https://fsfe.org/news/2019/news-20190520-01.en.html #pmpc
Android is free and open. </sarcasm> https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/19/18631558/google-huawei-android-suspension
Most crude hack for a #nextcloud diceroller with the upcoming version of Talk for Nextcloud. But it works:
Die deutschen Abgeodneten in einer Übersicht.
Die Proteste haben bei SPD und Grünen noch einiges bewirkt; kann man sich für die Zukunft mal merken... Smiley!
Biddesärr, gern geschehn, Ihre #PARTEI im EP
I am a Firefox user, but the cute name and the QT framework make me like the concept of the Otter browser very much. https://www.otter-browser.org/
Yes, I remember the soup ads in SF novels fondly. Those were the days https://boingboing.net/2019/02/14/cream-of-panther-modern.html
So, I did write some things together just quickly for people who may wonder where to start. https://spielinrollen.blogspot.com/2019/02/pen-and-paper-rpg-with-floss-in.html
Jopin is a nice open source note talking app for Android, iOS and Desktop. It even has Nextcloud syncing. https://opensource.com/article/19/1/productivity-tool-joplin
I am getting out of touch. Why have I never even heard of PDF Presenter Console? It is an amazing tool.
I wonder how this will affect community projects like Fedora? https://www.reuters.com/article/us-red-hat-m-a-ibm/ibm-nears-deal-to-acquire-cyber-security-company-red-hat-sources-idUSKCN1N20N3
A new Linux smartphone is coming!
With an affordable price, too. Pine64 is behind this device running KDE Plasma.
KDE Neon creator Jonathan Riddell revealed this at Open Source Summit and it will be called PinePhone.
You can expect this open source Linux smartphone to cost $100+ for 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.
RPG, Math, Latin Language
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