Its toolkit ranges from basics like tone curves and sharpening to advanced features like multiple noise reduction algorithms, lens correction and wavelet based editing. Most of its tools allow both drawn and parametric masks.
Darktable can apply an edit to multiple images. It supports RAWs and also has features for easy sorting and exporting of photos.
Landing page redesign:
☑️ Elephant friend
☑️ Public timeline
☑️ Puts instance information before Mastodon information
☑️ But does explain and link to joinmastodon.org prominently
☑️ Admin option to turn off public timeline
☑️ No GIF autoplay, hover to play
Cannabisbruk blant unge fører ikke til lavere IQ, ifølge nytt tvillingstudie: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/01/twins-study-finds-no-evidence-marijuana-lowers-iq-teens
ToS ofa hosting provider:
"Examples of unacceptable content or links:
Hacker programs or archives
I am going to have nmap installed, since I need it for work, is that a "hacker program"?
Also, almost 100% of software installed there will be under one FLOSS license or another. Is that "copyrighted material"?
Who writes these things, jeebus.
Dear Mastodonians: in case you missed it, Matrix has hit a major bump in funding and we're asking for folks to support us via Patreon/Liberapay. If you believe in a world of decentralised real-time messaging/VoIP/VR/etc, then now would be an *amazing* time to help out!!
Internet of People voted in at DiEM25
Our proposal to add a 7th pillar to DiEM25’s Progressive Agenda for Europe—the Internet of People; a progressive technology policy for Europe—was approved by the Validating Council by 95.65% of the vote.
We will be drafting a compelling democratic, decentralised, and progressive counter-narrative to Silicon Valley’s #SurveillanceCapitalism
The #FreeSoftware movement needs more artists! It needs more graphic designers, UI/UX peeps, people who can draw, people who have a good eye for beauty and usability, people who can design logos, etc.
*ALL* the artistic people are important to the Free Software movement
As of right now most free software tends to be ugly and difficult for newcomers to use. It tends to have weird looking logos or hideous ancient looking color schemes. Artists are the solution. #FreeSW has the coding down, design is next.
So I just set up (a currently unofficial) Mastodon instance for the DiEM25 community. It’s at:
If you’re a DiEM25 (https://diem25.org/) member (or just DiEM25 curious), please drop by. My hope is that it can be a place where we can discuss things publicly and transparently and that it can help with both our internal and external communications.
Given that this (mastodon.social) is most shared instance, to preserve the ideals of decentralization we have closed sign ups in favour of spreading new users through the various alternative instances
— you get access to the same network wherever you sign up —
You can find a lot of these instances here:
And share this with your friends: https://joinmastodon.org/
I 2013 innførte de en rekke krav til norske nettsteder, men ingen av de politiske partiene følger dem https://www.digi.no/artikler/i-2013-innforte-de-en-rekke-krav-til-norske-nettsteder-men-ingen-av-de-politiske-partiene-folger-dem/396095
Sorry if I seem to be spamming the how-to. I just want people to stop posting their mastodon.social links everywhere and confusing the world.
if you are introducing people to #Mastodon.
mom: hey son I joined this new Mastodon thing
me: oh shit mom, I coulda helped you find a server, which one did you choose?
me, before masto: does anyone have this obscure thing
person: what the fuck is that
me, on masto: does anyone have this obscure thing
person: actually my uncle was in that band, here's all the original multitracks in a zip file
If you like #Mastodon, maybe consider supporting financially, even a little bit, say $1 per month?
LOADS of volunteer-run stuff dies due to lack of funding, and a reliable regular income makes a huge difference. Plus @gargron and co. work really really hard on this! https://cybre.space/media/VaK4zt6hxspYUinrVi4