“Musician uses algorithm to generate every possible melody to prevent copyright lawsuits” https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/music-copyright-algorithm-lawsuit-damien-riehl-a9364536.html
"Zoom iOS App Sends Data to Facebook Even if You Don’t Have a Facebook Account"
"Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Orange and five other telecoms providers have agreed to share mobile phone location data [of their users] with the European Commission to track the spread of the coronavirus, lobbying group GSMA said on Wednesday."
AngelLoader for Thief games and System Shock 2
This is a fairly new fan mission loader for the first three Thief games and System Shock 2.
What surprised me is that it runs OK (with some minor visual glitches) with just Wine and Mono, so no need to install .NET through winetricks, and that it's open source.
I have created a TUI for mastodon.
It's still an early release and far from done, but it has all the features to be quite functional. For now it's targeted at Linux.
You can find a binary under releases at Github.
Julius: an open source re-implementation of Caesar 3
I think I've found my new addiction. 😀
Debian Social is using Pleroma for federated microblogging.
The Debian Social Team maintains a variety of services under the debian.social domain. These services aim to make it easier for Debian contributors to share content and collaborate.
There's a new media player based on libmpv and Qt/QML called Haruna.
It's still rough around the edges and doesn't have all the features of mpv, but it has potential.
I've managed to install and run Open Rails, a free and libre train simulator.
There's no Linux version, but it runs well in Wine after a few dependencies are installed with winetricks.
Try to talk to your community about solutions such as:
FlightGear: a free/libre flight simulator https://www.flightgear.org/
"Logos by Nick" seems like an educational YouTube-channel with Inkscape and GIMP tutorials.
I've just realised that “hibernation” and “suspend” also exist. :)
If you use any of these, feel free to select the third or forth option.
Uses GNU/Linux full time, plays games, and prefers free/open source software. Also pragmatic.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..