You got us tearing up over here. Thanks for the kind words, @DNSimple, and for donating 10% of your new subscriptions on top of your sponsorship! https://blog.dnsimple.com/2020/05/lets-encrypt-campaign/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=LEdonation
We are hiring a technical writing consultant to strengthen our Technical Writing team.
find out more here:
"If you are part of a group that is under-represented in Free and Open Source Software communities, we particularly encourage you to apply.
We acknowledge that our community is not as diverse as we would like it to be. We understand that we are part of the problem.
ImCompressor is a simple, fast and effective image compressor on #Linux. I use it as the first step before uploading to WordPress to keep my site fast.
Here's an example of what it achieved on some images with no difference in quality 👏
We're excited to announce that GNOME has accepted 14 outstanding interns to work with our team this summer! The interns will be working on various projects ranging from improving in our app ecosystem to core components and infrastructure. Congrats! 🥳👏
Not upgraded from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 LTS yet? Take a look at what you're missing. In this post, Daniel Van Vugt from the Ubuntu Desktop Team highlights some fixes which improve desktop performance.
How I use Hugo for my classroom's open source CMS | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/article/20/4/hugo-classroom
How to set up a remote school environment for kids with Linux | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/article/20/4/school-home-linux
6 open source teaching tools for virtual classrooms | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/article/20/4/open-source-remote-teaching-tools
The new 3.0 release of the Vivaldi web browser has some really great functionality. I've upgraded on Linux and my Android phone.
New episode is out:
The return of the Heron • QT - fork it, maybe? • Phosh so big and pure • Foliate your ebooks • Deepin in beta • Lightly Lemur • Support Joe • Stay safe and eat scones
"Do you have something to hide?" is a manipulative rebuke to those that use #encryption.
It would help us all turn this conversation around. Because, the answer is: YES, we do have something to hide.
Things that we should hide, and must question why a government or business NEEDS access to:
- Medical history.
- Sensitive conversations with employers, children, spouses.
- Billing and banking information.
- Purchase information.
- Web search history.
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