🇧🇷 Uma excelente palestra do meu amigo Dausacker sobre a importância do Software Livre e sobre a distribuição Trisquel. Ótima introdução ao tema!

🔗 tube.tchncs.de/w/3LaXD5jcarUm5

And Projectify is a free an open-source project based on TiddlyWiki, that turns it into a project management app, "inspired by products like Todoist and Basecamp".
It is under MIT License.

🔗 Repo: github.com/NicolasPetton/Proje
🔗 Demo: projectify.wiki/demo.html

Walking around Alternative To, looking for FOSS alternatives to Notion, I found TiddlyWiki.

It is simply an amazing tool! Imagine a portable, hackable wiki that stores itself in just a single HTML file. This is TiddlyWiki.

🔗 alternativeto.net/software/not
🔗 tiddlywiki.com/

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Here's a little thing that may not be obvious to many people....

When you install an open-source app from Google Play or the Apple app store, there is no guarantee that what you install actually matches the public code.

@fdroidorg are doing a great service. They independently build the public source code for apps from scratch, review for common issues, and publish their builds. Thanks to "reproducible builds" it's possible to verify they do not tamper with the code.


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As someone in my discord server said - “the best way to make politicians anti-facial recognition might be to use it on them”.

Man, I really need to stop drinking so much coffee. My stomach is already complaining.

Today I installed toot, a tui and cli client for Mastodon

Today I created a cool command for lf, a terminal-based file manager!
The command is :split, and it uses tmux running inside the lf sub-shell, in order to give lf the ability to "split" your screen (so we can transfer files between folders).
It's very cool, and very good, since lf doesn't have panels or tabs by default.
Note: the command is in my own configuration file, not in any lf repository.

Twitter's interface is really laggy, and a pain to use in my computer. Mastodon's not. One more reason to use this great FOSS platform.

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virgin Discord using 400mb of RAM alone (in firefox)
chad xmpp client using 100mb total

My college campus just announced a Zoom event. I can't believe how people can't see the problem with a public institution using proprietary software in this way.

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Free and Open Source Machine Translation API. 100% self-hosted, no limits, no ties to proprietary services. Built on top of Argos Translate.


accessing neckbeard.xyz with js disabled is fantastic

I'm so proud of the algorithm I designed for my Computer Graphics course 2 hours ago! It's an implementation over the DDA (a function that draws lines), that provides to it the ability to draw pattern-based ones, based on characters that the user input.

For example, ". " would print a dotted line, "- " a dashed line, and ". - " would mix them together.

It was tricky, but really fun to code!

I really hope that one day:
- Enables transcoding for all videos
- Creates a lighter app for Android
- Makes odysse.com lighter

In my computer setup, it is impossible to use Odysse, because I can't watch videos in 1080p. Perhaps I'll need to download the videos and convert them to 720p for me to watch.

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