What #Wayland compositor are you using or interested in using? Boosts appreciated 💙 #Linux #BSD

Looking to buy a (5 NFC). Does anyone have a discount code or an affiliate link for a project or foss ?

RT @tariqkrim@twitter.com

When French Sci-fi Barjavel was asked to imagine the future just after world war 2 : he had it almost right

🐦🔗: twitter.com/tariqkrim/status/1

Looking to buy a (5 NFC). Does anyone have a discount code or an affiliate link for a project or foss ?

It's not necessarily *my* FOSS projects that I want to be successful, but rather the FOSS ecosytem as a whole. I have stewardship over my little slice of it, but the FOSS ecosystem is a much broader (and singular) thing that I believe we all have a joint responsibility in caring for.

All free software is ours for the improving: projects will welcome our contributions and we should focus on broadening our impact.

To accomplish this, it helps to work on reducing the mental leap it takes for you to go from user to contributor, until the line between the two roles is difficult to distinguish. Contribute early, contribute often, and you'll be rewarded with a healthier free software ecosystem.

So suddenly there’s a lot of attention around email and it’s exposing how many people in the web community still use Gmail. Like actually trust all your personal information and communication (and that of your potentially marginalised or vulnerable contacts) with Google. 🤮

There are a lot of hard problems and lack of alternatives when it comes to rights-respecting technology. But email (as imperfect as it is) has a fair few affordable alternative providers. Small change, big difference.

Hi everyone, first starting to delve in mastodon, and this seemed a good place to start.
Biologist with a passion for open-source and programming in general mostly .

Hey everyone, I'm taking my first stab at this Fediverse thing. I am a developer interested in a variety of languages, particularly , , , , etc.

I have been using Linux as a daily driver for a few years now, currently using .

I'm a huge fan of decentralization and self hosting. I'm currently working on a personal website with a blog attached @Zambyte and I'm working on DApps using the blockchain.

Ten years of the Sun video is incredible!

The list of annotated timestamps of anomalies is also very cool (highlighted comment).

Is there some tool that can find which people who I follow on Twitter, are also around on Mastodon? Perhaps it can also follow them automatically, but a simple listing would be good for now.

tl;dr: "is essentially malware that is targeting children."

"... [There's] code on the Android version that allows for the downloading of a remote zip file, unzipping it, and executing said binary." reddit.com/r/videos/comments/f (via /r/bestof)

(Inadvertently included a tracker in the earlier toot. My apologies. Cheers to @wizzwizz4 for the heads-up.)

Hi, I'm Graeme , from North West England.

I worked in IT for many years, but became tired of the "mainstream" industry and big data companies.

I am a big advocate, believing in the freedom to control our own data in the cloud and on our devices, supporting people where I can with this. Long term user, tinkerer, enthusiast.

Hoping there's lots of like-minded people here on fosstodon!

domm / Perl / How to reclaim disk space used by (volumes), but keep a few important ones domm.plix.at/perl/2020_06_dock

Wow, there's a really comprehensive article over on opensource.com explaining in great detail how to create your own skill for . If you've got Mycroft working (because you should) somewhere, it's a great little tutorial. I created a super quick one this morning just for giggles, and it only took a couple minutes. If you're a Python programmer, this is all you need to do some really amazing things.


I'm sure others saw geekring.net on HN, but I didn't see any posts here about it, so here goes: seems like a perfect complement to , no?

I might have to give in and blog especially after the all the favorites on my comment to @cooper about how 100 days blogs felt like the awesome weird internet of the 90s.

@kev your blog is what brought me to , it'd be cool to get it added to !

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