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My LibreOffice Writer Guide Series January 2020 Edition (1/3)

I am writing a series of LibreOffice articles for beginners and in this January I reached 10 articles you could exercise with.

1) Starting The Program: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

2) Understanding User Interface: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

3) Create - Save - Open Document: ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

4) Working with Text (Formatting Basics): ubuntubuzz.com/2019/12/libreof

continued to 2/3...

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My Favorite Internet Privacy Resources

1. privacytools.io
(the best privacy services recommendation site)
2. prism-break.org
(my first encounter to internet privacy & recommendation resources, thanks to Trisquel Forum)
3. pack.resetthenet.org
(friendly & eye-catching list of privacy oriented software for all platforms)
4. restoreprivacy.com
(by sven, independent review of VPN services & list of Google alternatives)
5. directory.fsf.org/wiki/Collection:Privacy_pack

"If you’re concerned about privacy and want one of the most well-protected browsers available — and don’t mind that it may prevent you from using certain websites — then you should try the Tor Browser." theverge.com/2020/2/21/2113840

Get more out of LibreOffice, with the "Getting Started" handbook for the 6.x series! It's full of information, guides and tips for making better documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Thanks to our awesome community for making it: documentation.libreoffice.org/

Are you using Google Analytics on your website?

Consider replacing it with a simpler, privacy-friendly solution. I helped work on the new version of the Plausible Insights app:

No cookies,
No personal data collected,
Open-source,
Lightweight.

Take a look 👇

plausible.io/

Looking for #FOSS / #FLOSS alternatives to popular proprietary solutions? Look no further.

Much better than alternativeto.net IMO.

opensource.builders/

🦄 Geary 3.36.0 has been released! 🍃🍃

A new composer, undo everywhere, and finally no more accidentally archiving emails when you press the A key. 😅

Enjoy!

mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-

#Geary #GNOME #Linux #Email

As part of our pledge to share our donations with upstream, #glimpse will also be donating $100 US to the GNU Image Manipulation Program developers in April 2020.

That will bring our running total up to $150 US, which (for us) is currently the equivalent of three month's worth of donations.

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KAlgebra is an algebraic graphing calculator 🖩 from #KDE that supports 3D graphing and MathML markup language for #Ubuntu.

snap install kalgebra

bit.ly/2ECMgqI

Just saw this on lobste.rs and #Fedora is a sponsor. #Libravatar is a federated avatar hosting solution. #foss #floss

libravatar.org/

Any "icon creators" here? A new FOSS app will hit @fdroidorg soon, but the author is no "graphical guy" and thus needs your help for a good icon.

So: Icon designers, please join in – everyone else is welcome to boost, as usual 😃

github.com/SubhamTyagi/android

#callingOut

The matrix.org server is seeing its highest traffic levels ever today. We’re battling to keep it performant (via incr optimisations to state res and the multimaster support), but meanwhile you may want to run your own server or get one from @ModularIM@twitter.com, @ungleich@twitter.com etc.

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