Eigentlich hatten wir für letzte Woche geplant, uns erstmal ordentlich vorzustellen. Dann kam Omikron und hat auch bei uns für Wirbel gesorgt.
Da zeigen wir Euch vielleicht anlassbezogen einfach mal ein Beispiel unserer Arbeit im Bereich #covid und #opendata - https://galaxyproject.eu/posts/2021/11/29/omicron-and-galaxy/
DevOps in academic research - a good read with lots of relevant links and recommendations if your research involves programming of some sort: https://mattsegal.dev/devops-academic-research.html
Honestly speaking CentOS Stream 9 was available for quite some time.
But if you waited for the official invitation - here we are:
And if you are wondering whether your systems are ready for RHEL 9, latest CentOS Stream 9 is a best way to check that. Better than the recently released RHEL 9 Beta in fact.
"Hah, even 5 years old can understand what you wrote in your PhD thesis!" - "Sure, that's how good I am!"
( wish it was true, though... :) )
It often feels weird when people measure the quality of their work by the complexity of the topic.
If you think about it, our job is not to find the most complex task out there and stick to doing it. Our task is to find a complex task, research it, decompose, refactor.. and in the end to make it simple.
So one should not be bragging about how they wrote such a complex piece of code which no one understands. One should literally brag about how everyone finally understood what they've done.
- How can I make X work as in MacOS?
Me(after a quick look at the calendar):
Folks, it is 2021. The last time I interacted with MacOS system was in 2013, when I tried to help a web-designer to configure their SVN client and couldn't find how to create a new folder for 3 minutes. After 3 minutes I gave up, opened a terminal and created it with mkdir.
So I have no idea what "as MacOS" could possibly mean.
Inspiring day marching with @NIOZnieuws@twitter.com colleagues and @sciforfuture_NL@twitter.com at the #Klimaatmars in Amsterdam
💣 The world's most excellent group of #cybersecurity and #cryptography research have written a joint paper to raise awareness on serious concerns of @Apple@twitter.com's plan to scan files on users devices and the #icloud - it opens the #pandorasbox to abuse.
The #galaxyproject SARS-CoV-2 genome surveillance dashboard is not exactly mobile-friendly to say the least, but that's what's happening if you're trying to visualize variant information from >200,000 SARS-CoV-2 isolates from 4 European countries (more to come soon) in detail.
I'm about to release a new, highly broken alpha for #Tootle 2.0, the native Mastodon client for Linux
In 2.0 you can expect:
- Improved UI and UX. Thanks to #GTK 4 and Libadwaita, you can expect a massive responsiveness boost!
- New sidebar layout. Now all your accounts and quick links can be found in a separate view.
- Initial Pleroma support (but don't expect full compatibility yet!)
- Improved credential store
- Improved in-memory caching
- 100% more bugs!
Geneticist/Bioinformatician - Member of #usegalaxy EU team - working on making reproducible computational biology accessible for everyone
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