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Unix still has lines written in 1979!!!
@CoolSWEng is telling us all about the UNIX story and architectural evolution in our software architecture course!!
The paper, if you are curious: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel7/32/4359463/08704965.pdf
PipeWire: The Linux audio/video bus https://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/847412/d7826b1353e33734
🚀️ Version 4.2 is live on http://cryptpad.fr! This release aims to stablize some of the big changes made to CryptPad recently, and introduces some new features ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Going crazy over MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia?
Maybe 1 year is already too old for the zeitgeist but ... sure you can still use First Order Motion Model and https://github.com/alievk/avatarify for that without uploading your personal photos to random website. https://twitter.com/utopiah/status/1253232090549755904
You know you can publish your open access papers and datasets in @ZENODO_ORG, but did you know Zenodo is free software? You can check its *long* software development history https://cauldron.io/project/3823?from_date=2001-03-02&to_date=2021-03-02&tab=overview (it shows all repos under the zenodo GitHub owner)
Revisiting our papers: "Are Developers Fixing Their Own Bugs?: Tracing Bug-Fixing and Bug-Seeding Committers" (2011) https://www.igi-global.com/article/developers-fixing-their-own-bugs/62098 Preprint: https://bura.brunel.ac.uk/bitstream/2438/7051/2/Fulltext.pdf With @dizquierdo & @DrACapiluppi
I’m as excited about the Covid vaccine as anyone, but THIS is huge news. https://academictimes.com/first-vaccine-to-fully-immunize-against-malaria-builds-on-pandemic-driven-rna-tech/
I have closed my GitHub sponsors account.
It's a bit of a shame, I find the program promising as it picks people up where they report issues. And it has shown that it can even support an open source developer's livelihood. https://changelog.com/posts/i-just-hit-100000-per-year-on-github-sponsors
Unfortunately, illegally so.
“Never allow too much data to be concentrated in any one place. Not during the epidemic, and not when it is over. A data monopoly is a recipe for dictatorship..Keep things at least a bit inefficient”. Wise words @harari_yuval https://www.ft.com/content/f1b30f2c-84aa-4595-84f2-7816796d6841
Switching to rapid releases means that the same number of bugs is being reported, bugs are being fixed faster but less bugs are fixed! -- @ZeinabAbouKha at her PhD defence #drzeinab
@Silona @webmink @OpenForumEurope I think I can help with this one :)
I'm guessing @webmink had in mind this announcement of ours: https://www.softwareheritage.org/2020/05/20/welcoming-sloan-support-to-expand-the-software-heritage-archive/ . Direct link to the expression of interest form is: https://framaforms.org/expression-of-interest-expanding-software-heritage-1589195728
cc: @SWHeritage and thanks Simon!
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