You know what's even more fun than speaking at SeaGL? Speaking at SeaGL with friends! We're a very friendly place for new speakers in case your friend is new to all this. CFP closes on August 11th.
"It is that hard. You can do it."
Great article on VPN server transparency by Mullvad.
Check out their recent blog post on coreboot, too.
SeaGL proposals open https://seagl.org/news/2019/06/25/CFP-open.html
I can't make it this year, but it's a great conference. Would be cool to see some fediverse talks submitted.
It is proven! I am meonkeys on Keybase: https://keybase.io/meonkeys/sigchain#e3ffb86722153c9734b0ba742ad45a38bebee7ff72c3455749073489d30295850f
SeaGL call for presentations closes in a weekish, on August 11th
Once again SeaGL is offering office hours to help prospective speakers with their proposals!
The last help sessions are Wednesday at noon Pacific and Sunday evening before the #cfp closes
They are Wednesdays from noon to 13:00 Pacific time ( today ), join #SeaGL on Freenode to participate
Well, this is creepy. Yeah, not surprising. Still creepy. https://www.google.com/maps/timeline
aww, no open source server for keybase: https://github.com/keybase/client/issues/6374
This is pretty darn inspiring. I didn't even think this was possible.
Hi #freesoftware pals! One more pass is available for helping out with the Conservancy booth on Wednesday or Thursday morning at #OSCON! We 💚 volunteers! https://sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/jun/28/june2019RU/
In Portland OR and/or attending #OSCON next week? Conservancy could use your cheerful, free software appreciating presence at our booth on the 17th and/or 18th. Booth volunteering is an amazing way to help us grow, so please get in touch! https://sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/jun/28/june2019RU/
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference Call for Papers is OFFICIALLY OPEN! June 25 - August 11!
Won't you join us? We are a wonderful OSS conference in our SEVENTH year!
I've never tried Arch Linux but I sure read & reference their docs often. Thank you to the folks who wrote these! Case in point: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Solid_state_drive/NVMe
10 Reasons Why Counting Calories is Pointless. Plus Bonus Topics: Shrinkage and Hanky.
These bounties are still available:
* Create an elevator entity ($5) - https://www.bountysource.com/issues/73273849-create-an-elevator-entity
* Provide a Flatpak build for VOADI and deploy it to Flathub ($15) - https://www.bountysource.com/issues/73271569-provide-a-flatpak-build-for-voadi-and-deploy-it-to-flathub