(I wonder if it was obvious?)
Our next #GNOMEChallenge project, OpenUK Kids' Courses and associated Digital Camps, teaches kids to code and learn about open source, via short animated lessons.
Backed by a team from open source and education, including Amanda Brock and David Whale, OpenUK has seen a high engagement level with girls. The team is excited to see the potential of a more diverse engineering population in the future!
Visit openuk.uk/openkidscamp to learn more!
@brion every so often I take a screenshot and think forlornly about https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-shell/-/merge_requests/211.
Today I found an Endless internal ticket about the feedback delay – from Aug 27 2014!
Every few years, actuaries compete to write speculative fiction. For instance, one of last year's winners focused on on insurance companies' role in fighting climate change: "We All Have a Green Heart" by Anna Bearrood.
Links going back to 1995:
my name is dril
all day they aske
for leave to do
a sordid task
i must agree
it is a dragg
they will not lett
me fuk the flag
Wikipedia experts: in the Android app, articles have subtitles. The one for “Personal wiki” has been vandalised. I can see from the edit history that the article body had similar vandalism, quickly reverted.
1. I can edit this "article description" in the app. How can I do this on the web?
2. Is there edit history for this subtitle/description?
I once worked in “film” and it was weird.
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