I'm trying to find #FLOSS #puzzle #programs with lightweight GUI dependencies. Only one I've been able to find so far is Scalar http://scalar.sourceforge.net/ Anyone know of other puzzle #software for #C/C++ that only require #SDL or other lightweight #GUI options? Thanks. #OpenSource #FreeSoftware #FOSS
List of resources of free/libre open source software for Computer Aided Design
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Your own 3D parametric modeler
The infamous 3D animation modeler, can be used in workflow with CADs (see OSArch)
Lego, Bricks, and GNU GPL
Trusted by U.S. Military, 30 years of dev.
"A team of amazing volunteers has created a huge open-source library of over 600 free-to-use icons for healthcare projects. Amazing effort to create a public good for the world." 😍 💊 💉
Project coordinated by Daniel Burka, who is asking the community to spread the word.
Picard civics tip: If there is one truth, one constant that history shows us over and over, it is that resistance is never futile.
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/PicardTips/status/1413935694368501760
Fun info if you want to make small audio files: If you reduce the sample rate from 44100 to 11025hrz, the mp3 version doesn’t get appreciably smaller, but the ogg vorbis one does
Dick Miller also requested you know the agenda has been updated to reflect what actually happened at the meeting.
This is the kind of note he sends with the announcements emails.
The Natick FOSS Archive web page now is updated with the links from our Thursday, July 8th virtual meeting. That includes a link to the two-hour meeting itself, on YouTube. Very big thanks to our volunteers and Jitsi Meet, who make this possible. Enjoy!
Anyone else using #PGAdmin3 to monitor #PostgreSQL? I use the server status feature of PGAdmin3 a lot and haven't been able to find other FLOSS programs with similar features. I've been investigating options for continuing to use PGAdmin3 with later versions of #Postgres:
Embroidery #Wordplay is a simple #wordsearch #puzzle with one answer. Start with one of the letters with a gray background and move to the next letter, but only horizontal or vertical from where you start. No diagonals - each square just once.
Please use DM or CW to give answers to let everyone enjoy the search!
Starting with one of the letters in a
gray square, find the hidden word.
Next letter horizontal or vertical from
the first. No diagonals.
No square may be used again.
Minimum 7 letters
Anyone know of any good blogs or discussion sites for finding and sharing #lightweight #software? I've mentioned a few resources here: https://lmemsm.dreamwidth.org/1142.html
Would be interested in finding others. Recommendations appreciated. Thanks.
@atom_surfer I use #diff -u and pipe it to diffh. Output from diffh can be viewed in a web browser. diffh puts the information side by side and highlights the differences between the two files. Find it as useful as GUI based difference utility solutions. #diffh is available at Sourceforge. I've done some patching to the version I use for better memory handling, but it's a really nice #CommandLine utility. Used it to provide file comparison capabilities for programming editors too.
Lacking teeth; toothless.
Late 19th century. From scientific Latin Agomphia + -ous.
As far as Bob was concerned any argument against any of his positions was agomphious, totally edentulous, and could be ignored.
A lot of people keep promoting Pinterest and say it's great for looking up information such as recipes. Don't seem to have any luck looking for topics of interest on Pinterest. Keep wondering what it's good for. When our local library did an intro to Pinterest, I finally found a use for it. Decided it might be a good medium to advocate #Free, #Libre and #OpenSource #software to those unfamiliar with it. Here's a link to my list of useful #FLOSS programs on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lmemsm/open-source/
Software engineer and Open Source advocate working in the education field.
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