.@monsterjavaguns takes a look at @liberapay, a platform for funding creators of open content https://opensource.com/article/18/5/open-patronage-liberapay
I want to find the person who wrote thus (long) document and teach them that not every noun is a proper noun, and doesn't need to be capitalized.
And by 'teach' I mean horsewhip them in a public square
High-tech outdoor anti-glare system for my laptop.
7 am is too early in the day to have to deal with someone who refuses to consider your ideas or viewpoint ...
I'm glad that week has come to an end. Which means a digital retreat for yours truly for the next couple of days.
Take care and stay safe, fediverse. See you next week!
A brief history of bad passwords https://opensource.com/article/18/5/brief-history-bad-passwords
Very appropriate in light #birdsite exposing 330 million passwords in plain text ...
A look at how to customize text colours on the #linux command line https://www.networkworld.com/article/3269587/linux/customizing-your-text-colors-on-the-linux-command-line.html #cli
The UK's Government Digital Service makes a new push to get employees to use ODF http://www.ukauthority.com/data4good/entry/8163/gds-makes-new-push-on-odf-usage
I think they're facing an uphill battle against an entrenched foe (in this case, Word and .doc/.docx)
An interview with Aron Prisk about CorvOS, his ready-to-go education distro for educators not familiar with #Linux https://opensource.com/article/18/5/corvus-creating-open-source-classroom #edtech #opensource
Some observations about the pain of installing a custom ROM on an #Android phone https://current.workingdirectory.net/posts/2018/android-upgrades/
I can empathise. I installed #LineageOS on a Samsung tablet, and it pushed me outside of my tech comfort zone in a few ways. Still, that effort was well worth it
It seems that half the people I run into in NZ assume that, because I'm Canadian, I speak French. For the record, I don't.
And I don't assume that every local I meet speaks Te Reo ...
I'm surprised this still needs saying, but the difference between FOSS licenses isn't really about how much freedom they grant but who gets that freedom.
e.g. GPL/AGPL focuses on end-user freedom, MIT/BSD focuses on developer freedom, and Apache/MPL tries to find a compromise between the two.
While I don't think choice of license makes all that big of a difference, I'm very much on the side of the end-user so I tend to prefer the GPL.
As for you, I don't care. Just please don't smear.
Wow, that Monday flew by quickly. And a good thing it did. Not sure I could have handled any more of it. Now the floor and a bunch of push ups await ...
That (strange) feeling when the song you're thinking about listening to appears at the top of the queue when you start up your music player ...
Let's start the week with the latest from The Monday Kickoff: https://mondaykickoff.com/kickoff-for-april-30-2018
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