We just published CryptPad 2.14.0, codenamed Opossum. Check out the release notes on GitHub: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/2.14.0 and try it on https://cryptpad.fr !
@switchingsocial Not sure if you already had CryptPad, a zero-knowlege-server-side service that does text-pads (like Etherpad, but actively developed) for code (with syntax highlighting) and formatted text, polls (similar to doodle), simple sketches, and presentations.
It's opensource, you can self-host it and even server admins cannot see any content.
The Chaos Computer Club Vienna @c3wien hosts a public instance.
Reminder: you are welcome to join us on January to discuss about Funkwhale, what we should do, how, etc.
Details are here: https://socialhub.network/t/funkwhale-sync-2/143 :)
Rappel : vous êtes les bienvenu·es pour vous joindre à nous début janvier pour discuter de Funkwhale et de son avenir.
Tout les détails sont sur https://socialhub.network/t/funkwhale-sync-2/143 :)
Remember RadioShack? The company made a bold move in the 70s and introduced its very own PC. Read more in our Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame. Then, send photos of your favorite gadgets for a chance to win a Samsung Chromebook Plus. https://spectrum.ieee.org/consumer-electronics/gadgets/the-consumer-electronics-hall-of-fame-tandyradioshack-trs80-model-1 #IEEE
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/IEEESpectrum/status/1072574247518777345
China’s robotic Chang’e 4 mission, carrying a suite of Chinese, German and Swedish instruments, is heading for the first landing on the far side of the moon next month after a successful launch Friday (US time). Read more details on the mission: https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/12/07/china-launches-historic-mission-to-land-on-far-side-of-the-moon/ https://twitter.com/SpaceflightNow/status/1071400217734537217/photo/1
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Pan fried tempeh with tamari is actually better tasting than bacon.
Weirdest Enter/Return key I’ve come across in my #retrocomputing travels. Quiz time! Do you know what it belongs to?
#Fairphone is a smartphone manufacturer that goes to great lengths to be as ethical as possible.
They try to source raw materials from ethical sources as far as possible, and their phones are modular: if a component breaks, you can replace it yourself without special tools.
The phone's operating system can also be replaced.
Their website is:
and you can follow them on here:
There's also a community site:
A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics
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