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AstroSonic 22h
Presenting - Hack @ AstroSonic in association with ®!
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OpenRefine 2h
We have a list "Good First Issue" tag on Github. We are saving them for new contributors to get started with
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Developer Student Club MEC Sep 23
We at Hack Club MEC, FOSSMEC, and DSC MEC have come together to bring to you a session to arm you with the essential knowledge you would require to make open source contributions, as a part of HacktoberFest'20. Link to register:
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LinuxLinks 3h
7 Alternatives to Google Earth
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GridDB Community Sep 24
Learn how to set up your very own IIoT system. In this one we are Monitoring Temperature Sensor Data with an Arduino based PLC, MQTT, Node-RED, GridDB and Grafana:
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Sudo Show Sep 24
All right all you lovers out there, the Sudo Show is now available on Amazon Music! Just one more place for all of your Enterprise Open Source needs!
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Free Open-Source Software Torrents Sep 23
[New Distribution Support] - It aims to provide privacy, security and anonymity on the internet. You can grab the latest torrent here:
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9elements Cyber Security Sep 24
Here is already the next Blogpost. This time about contributing to go-tpm, a to communicate with TPM-Modules in
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Michael Koerfer 21h
Nobody plans to have fun on the next days with
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Gaurav Godhwani Sep 24
Join us today at Open Data Conclave and listen to our journey of co-creating various Open Data Platforms in the country. Our team will be virtually present throughout the day to discuss our learnings, current platforms and upcoming initiatives.
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Peter Dave Hello͌ͯͦ̉ Sep 24
is open now 🎉 Support the and projects you appreciate w/ qualified 💪 Not only codes, but also typo fixings, docs, usage examples, or anything helpful! 👉 Join now Happy Hacking 🤟
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Manjit Karve 23h
It's Friday, folks! Here's a banner I did for in and using patterns, masks, clipping, blend-modes, filters, and text tools. Article link: Source photo:
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Eric The IT Guy Sep 24
Congrats to for the release of Version 3.38! Updated UIs, new Tour walkthrough and updates to Boxes are just a few of the headlines. Can't wait to start running this on my workstation!
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shroom.finance Sep 23
Just like Linux or Bitcoin, we are laying out the foundations for a fully distributed and community-led open source project. A true decentralised and resilient DeFi protocol without central points of failure or authority. Few understand...
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Martijn Valkier 16h
NOTE TO SELF: RADIUS, NOT DIAMETER, I REPEAT RADIUS, NOT DIAMETER. It's done, my first project, rather succesfull and time consuming, "It ain't much, but it's honest work"
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Sudo Show 23h
Hard to believe, but we're 3 months old today! We have released 7 episodes and have nearly 14,000 views. Thank you to , , , and most of all to each of you! Here is to many, many more!
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Alexander (Sasha) Wait Zaranek 7h
This is an interesting thread for anyone interested in building a (big) business... ❤️
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Bill Nigh Sep 25
broke the model of software development. Peer-reviewed code, collaboration. Wonderful.
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Karl Voit 22h
So far, I've created 235 issues on GitHub alone. I consider this an important contribution to software which can be done by almost any user. No programming knowledge necessary.
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GNOME Sep 24
Linux Action News covers GNOME’s 3.38 Orbis release, the upcoming versioning change, and the Extensions Rebooted initiative in their latest episode! Listen here:
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