We have open source hardware that's being developed and used to combat the shortcomings of proprietary hardware during this coronavirus pandemic.
The open source socioeconomy is literally saving lives where the closed source socioeconomy is refusing to do so.
reading an article which claims one of the reasons no fantasy series since has had the impact of the lord of the rings is because compared to them, lotr is more accessible due to its shorter length; and like, if fucking lord of the rings is 'short' and 'accessible', that alone is a stunning condemnation of the entire fantasy genre
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That's a 422 page fantasy novel, plus a supporting novelette and short stories.
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i hope once we are past this people will look at this time period and make the connection that universal healthcare, housing rights, fair wages and fair sick time will also reduce seasonal flu deaths (and all other illnesses etc etc but im especially hoping people make this mental jump)
Free Games, GOG
Here's a list of all of GOG's currently free games:
bandcamp is waiving its revenue share this friday, March 20
if you want to support artists/labels, they will get the full amount of any and all sales on that day
We have paused our Patreon until further notice.
Please consider donating to a local food bank instead!
CryptPad v3.12.0 (Megaloceros) is live on http://CryptPad.fr and tagged on GitHub!
Users can now delete pad and account history to save space and easily make copies of pads in their drive. See the release notes on GitHub for details: https://github.com/xwiki-labs/cryptpad/releases/tag/3.12.0!
We are excited about offering students a chance to work with mentors on this open source project.
Head here for more details: https://inkscape.org/news/2020/02/21/come-gsoc-code-experience-stay-os-collaborative-te/
Excellent rules of the School of Life:
1. Accept imperfection
2. Share vulnerability
3. Know your Insanity
4. Accept your idiocy
5. You are good enough
6. Overcome romanticism
7. Despair cheerfully
8. Transcend yourself