Also, looks like 2.80 might be released during the course at the Blender Institute! Party! :) https://twitter.com/pucciocarlos/status/1154655366912839681
The service manuals of old professional equipment are truly amazing, the schematics are shown in three different abstraction levels, every single connection is shown, waveforms at 100 different test points are drawn, every single component is listed, with step-by-step test and calibration guidelines. You can almost remove everything from the board and put it back together with a service manual.
Something that today's consumers can only dream of...
It is harder, more complex, more fun, doesn't track you and you can play it on any device that has a camera: It's called #WildLifePhotography.
Or if you don't have any such device try WildLifeDrawing instead, which the former is a fork of.
Gotta document them all! #Biodiversity
For many workers, the force that most actively restricts their liberty is not government regulations but their employer’s rules. https://theoutline.com/post/7216/we-are-already-ruled-by-private-governments-and-they-suck?zd=9&zi=vaszf6ss
"Google admits workers listen to private recordings from around your house
Google claims listening to recordings is 'critical' to improving its AI voice assistant"
The save-an-article service Pocket is useful, but it's also proprietary and tracks you.
There's a privacy-friendly free open alternative called #Wallabag you can use instead.
They have an official instance where you can sign up, suitable for non-technical users:
There's also a project website which tells tech users how to self-host their own instance:
You can follow Wallabag on here at:
FreeDOS's Linux Roots
On June 29, 2019, the FreeDOS Project turns 25 years old. That's a major milestone for any open-source software project! In honor of this anniversary, Jim Hall shares this look at how FreeDOS got started and describes its Linux roots.
Why am I writing a gopher-to-http proxy!? Who needs this shit. 🙈
Can you suggest PeerTube instances which:
-Are open to new members
-Don't have NSFW videos on their trending page
(I used to link to open.tube but it now lists porn on the front page )
Valve looking to drop support for Ubuntu 19.10 and up due to Canonical's 32bit decision https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/valve-looking-to-drop-support-for-ubuntu-1910-and-up-due-to-canonicals-32bit-decision.14421 #Valve #Steam
The Librem 5 smartphone team has been hard at work, and we want to update you all on our software progress.
Including: LibHandy, Calls, Encrypted messaging, patches going upstream, Mesa, Documentation, and... Quake II. Seriously.
We're taking a look at software running on the Librem 5 Smartphone Dev Kit -- something new, every day.
Day 2 - Gedit & Apt
For people who care about, support, or build Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS).