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The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse May 19
Good. It is better to spend taxpayers money on other good stuff. South Korean government to switch from Windows to Linux and the government will save US $655 million. I never understood why governments would pay for spyware-ridden Windows 10 OS
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Philipp Muens May 16
Want to get into ? Here's a quick-start: 1. Study the code of your favorite tool 2. Add a simple log statement in one of the functionalities you regularly use 3. Build and run 👉 Test your assumptions 4. Repeat 2. and 3. 5. Add / Fix stuff 6.☝️ Be humble and kind ☝️
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CZI Science May 15
Open source software is 🔑 to science. Many of the packages, libraries + applications crucial to biomedicine are built by researchers who volunteer their time + effort to make these tools available. We’re excited to announce support for tools
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OMG! UBUNTU! May 20
South Korea's Government is Switching to Linux
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Haris 1h
& don't forget to have a lot of fun
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Jenni McDonald 6m
Delighted that were awarded Employer of the Month by our favourite apprenticeship training provider GP Strategies. The cupcakes are tasty! Nice to be appreciated
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OpenSourceInitiative 17h
"GitHub today launched Sponsors, a new tool that lets you give financial support through recurring monthly payments to developers." by
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Rebel_Lion 14h
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Emiel 4h
Loved it to be back at the Conference pre party. Meet great old and interesting new friends!
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Jos Poortvliet 2h
The illusion of meritocracy in explained in one sentence: "In his experience, van Rossum sees incompetent men’s ideas gaining acceptance more often than merited because they are more forceful in how they present them."
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Jumpstart Media 3h
launches Sponsors, a tool that lets users pay their favorite contributors; developers can opt in to a “Sponsor me” button on repositories
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Cytopia 51m
Procedural Terrain Generation #2. A single Perlin map is used to determine foliage density
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Spectrum Gamer Family 10h
: Its an FREE 2! Has multiplayer options too
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