Yes, it is possible to have peace of mind by doing what you planned today. No, it is not necessary to extend yourself until you can no longer breath in order to do ever more stuff.
If I can finish my tasks today and be happy, I don't need to procrastinate because "I will never finish anyway".
@protonmail gave up metadata to cops that lead to an arrest. As a result they changed their false advertising that they do not log IP addresses when indeed they did and do. Very sad about the arrested person (apparently a climate activist) and fuckin annoyed I'm going to have to change my email service. In the meantime if you use Protonmail and want to be truly anonymous use @torproject https://www.wired.com/story/protonmail-amends-policy-after-giving-up-activists-data/
European Commission Report Declares Open Source Software and Hardware to be a 'Public Good' https://abopen.com/news/european-commission-report-declares-open-source-software-and-hardware-to-be-a-public-good/
* Brethap: control breathing while meditating
* Buses: GB bus times
* CoronaCheck: official Dutch declaration app
* Scanner: official Dutch scanner developed
* Flym DecSync: Sync RSS without a server
* News Reader: minimalistic RSS reader with TTS support
* Subtracks: streaming app for Subsonic-API-compatible servers
“#Copenhagen has invested around 280 million euro in bike infrastructure in the last 10 years or so. That’s about the same cost as one 3 km bypass north of the city for cars. So you can choose…what would you rather have?” — @email@example.com, via @firstname.lastname@example.org #CityMakingMath
I cynically suspect that by publishing and supporting extremely complex open source dev and infra tools, the tech giants are actively stifling competition, because only those BigCorps have teams large enough to use them.
@how As promised, here is the link! -> https://nlnet.nl/events/20210907/WebinarCommunityBuilding/index.html All the relevant info needed on this freely accessible webinar next Tuesday (Sep 7 at 10 CEST) about open source community building and engagement. Intended for projects funded by @NGIZero, but of course free to join for everybody! Also, no registration needed, just join the BigBlueButton-room (follow the link for the, eh, link). See you next week!
hey #fediverse, I'm looking to create a collection of social sustainable VPS providers
- green energy
- worker owned
- organic growth
- NO hyperscale
please send me more!
Next Tuesday 7 at 10 CEST we have organized a webinar on community building for #opensource projects. Our project mentor @how will join Johanna-Mai Riismaa of Zelos to share experiences and talk about community engagement. Don't worry if you are not funded by us: the webinar is freely accessible :) Just join the BigBlueButton-room coming Tuesday at 10 in the morning (CEST). We will share a link here soon, the page should be up shortly (check out https://nlnet.nl and look for events).
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Initial applications for the Outreachy December 2021 to March 2022 internships are due Sept. 3, 2021 at 4pm UTC.
Just had someone DM me saying they got Google money for their NGO and Google might be terrible but taking their money doesn’t make your organisation bad. So I told them I could probably get them funding from Saudi Arabia and they went silent. I don’t understand… can someone explain it to me?
📢 Breaking: Irish DPC issues €225 million fine against WhatsApp. Here is our first reaction: https://noyb.eu/en/statement-dpc-issues-eu-225-million-fine-whatsapp
📢 Amazing Job Alert 📢
Hey y'all, we're hiring a Lead Engineer at Terraso (Terraso.org)!
We're looking for someone to help assemble a suite of #opensource tools to help farmers, conservationists, land restorers, and generally all the superheroes who are going to save the world.
Not a lot of people have applied for the senior position. Boosts very much appreciated!
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