The last months haven't been easy for most of the business out there, but especially the smaller ones are impacted most at the moment. My cousin is running a small shop for #music equipment. So if you need a new humbucker or something like that, please consider visiting his eBay shop: https://www.ebay.de/str/edingerguitars
Thanks! Btw, he is sending parts all around the world constantly. So don't be afraid of having it delivered to anywhere but Antarctica! 😜
A fresh new avenue for Google to kill your SaaS startup https://gomox.medium.com/google-safe-browsing-can-kill-your-startup-7d73c474b98d
I'm currently reading "The Unicorn Project" and just started "The Open Organization". I see huge overlaps in those two books and was immediately reminded of this quote from Satya Nadella.
There is a major version update to Salt on #openSUSE right around the corner. Version 3002.2 landed in the testing repo yesterday. Please check it out and take it for a test run to check if everything is still working.
This is freaking awesome news! But on top of that I would also like to see server CPUs, because it's increasingly not only about economics, but also about trust. I would like to have open source hardware, where you can see that the thing is manufactured according to the specs. And further investment in #riscv would be nice for that matter.
"EU Signs €145bn declaration to develop next gen processors and 2nm technology"
The @opensuse Leap 15.3 kickoff session starts Nov. 4 at 16:30 UTC on https://meet.opensuse.org/LeapKickoff. https://news.opensuse.org/2020/10/28/opensuse-community-to-kickoff-session-for-leap/
A recent article dove into the benchmarks between the versions of @opensuse Leap, Jump and Tumbleweed. https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=jump-tumble-leap&num=1
I've been on a podcast and it's not completely garbage. So if you'd like to know more about Uyuni and SUSE Manager go take a look at "The Mike Dominick Show": https://www.automator.show/38
And let me know if you've got questions. I'm happy to answer them or point you to someone who can.
We pay to Steam, Netflix, Amazon prime, Spotify. But not to Wikipedia, Archive.org, Librivox, Project Gutenberg, for our favourite Linux distro.
The huge asymmetry between corporate and community has not emerged naturally. It is a product of our choices of not supporting community oriented projects.
The short conveniences vs the long-term good. We always chose the former.
In face of surveillance capitalism, we must and must change.
The @opensuse prototype #Jump could use some testing while it's in the Alpha build phase. The Jump prototype is testing a proof of concept about building the Leap distribution in an entirely different way. http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/jump/15.2/
The Open Build Service has a new notification center and it's really nice and useful! Thanks to everybody involved!
Okay, I guess the titles gives it away. Not in this case. But what I've seen was pretty impressive.
The mindstate recorder let you relive a captured feeling for a couple of minutes.
The marketing hinted heavily at sexual climaxes, without saying so explicitly.
Market research revealed the most common names used for recordings were:
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
Good news for the #rustlang community! There will be a foundation!
I really like this case for the #RaspberryPi 4. But I’m not sure if you can really call this a case.
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