As a user of liberating software, free culture works, or user-respecting online services, it's common to want to contribute back but not know how. One contribution anyone can make is to send a message to the maintainers telling them a few things you like about it, thanking them for their work. It's easy to remember to complain about bugs or missing features, but like everyone, creators need compliments too, especially when they are volunteers.
Here's a long list of online decision-making platforms curated by the Democracy Foundation, most are free code:
Anyone keen to help me go through them all and add them to this list, with information on features, architecture, license, steward organization etc?
Anyone know a game that plays like Heroes of Might and Magic III? I'm not a gamer. G/f's birthday coming up. She loves it but is really reluctant to learn anything else. I set up the above on a beat up old Laptop with Wine and would need something that'll play on Linux and is not too heavy on graphics.
don't worry about me. I'm a little hobbled and I smell like tear gas but I'll be fine. worry about the ones who didn't get out. donate to the mass bail fund: https://www.massbailfund.org/
Judith Butler, Frames of War, sexuality
The third chapter of Frames of War is dedicated to a discussion of how queerness is used Against people primarily through the channels of immigration, secularization, and family.
Queerness is a benchmark for how progressive how Now a people and nation are. If queer ppl arent protected then that nation is seen as backwards and unfree. Western nations are More free than other countries and then are beacons that the rest of the world should follow.
This is cool. The BBC Micro bot running on Twitter. Submit your BBC Micro Model B BASIC code that fits in a tweet and it will return an animated gif showing the output.
I imagine doing it on Mastodon, with it's larger toot size, would enable more elaborate BASIC programs to be run. 😃
Would be nice to extend it to the C64, ZX Spectrum, etc.
My new e-bookshop is open!
I believe discovery, fairness and inclusivity are at the heart of digital bookselling.
Inclusive and DRM-free
All formats for all devices, no need to convert. You get a DRM-free e-book that works and is yours to keep.
Fair means fair
Authors get 80% of the profit. No deep discounts, or e-books that cost the same as the print version.
A curated e-bookshop, every title read and loved before hitting the shelves.
This piece very effectively details all the issues with Brave's business model that I have been talking about. I wish the tone didn't come across as biased as it does, but the information is all accurate. It's definitely worth a read.
Anyone care to give feedback on these videos? I have a couple of pointers and hosting them at least additionally on PeerTube is a given, but that aside? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-RuV9nXyysbH0kB4pVqZT
Got to be honest, I like Birmingham. Worked there in the summer. Car free, it would be really something. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jan/16/banning-cars-city-centres-revolution-town-plannin
Missed opportunity at Stack Exchange: https://buddhism.stackexchange.com/questions/36642/how-would-america-be-different-if-the-founding-fathers-were-buddhist
This Mastodon instance is dedicated to all people interested in a united Europe, a post-national and truly democratic Europe. But even if you are not so interested in European politics you are welcome.
Diese Mastodon-Instanz ist für alle, die interessiert sind an einem vereinten Europa, einem post-nationalen und wirklich demokratischen Europa.
Impressum dieser Instanz