So I'm thinking of doing a podcast. I dont really want to do the kind of podcasts that are currently out there. I want to do something that i less about technology but more about people. Think Fresh Air but with open source/free software guests. Less about technology but more about the people and what drives them. I had actually had two versions in mind, one that's actually talking while cooking and the other format as simply a conversation in an intimate setting.
A lot of the software used by public institutions is proprietary. This means that the public - including you - is financing software that cannot be modified, studied, shared, or improved.
How can we put our trust in public bodies if they don't have full control over the software they are using?
Shouldn't your money be used to develop software that benefits you and other citizens?
If you think it should, join the #publiccode campaign.
#Randa2017 heating up. Read all about what is going to go down in the Swiss Alps this September.
I had an amazing time at GUADEC with my @gnome family. Community based conferences like GUADEC is so different than the more business friendly ones. Incredible passion and amazing conversations. Also, we had a lot of dancing so, also some awesome dance movies! :-)
We need to use and propagate the #gnome hashtag here!
Its toolkit ranges from basics like tone curves and sharpening to advanced features like multiple noise reduction algorithms, lens correction and wavelet based editing. Most of its tools allow both drawn and parametric masks.
Darktable can apply an edit to multiple images. It supports RAWs and also has features for easy sorting and exporting of photos.
I hope some of you make it to GUADEC this year. If you're going to be there, the BOFs are when we get real work done.
Come join us and help fix something. All skill levels are appreciated. We can definitely find something for you to work on.
Got laid off from $WORK this morning.
I have savings and my severance pay but I need to start looking for work ASAP.
If anybody is hiring a sysadmin||devops||networking||customer support person, please let me know. Willing to relocate though remote is preferred.
I would also appreciate a few bucks in my Patreon for some peace of mind:
I also have PayPal if you prefer that:
Please boost this.
GNOME Project, former director, engagement member, former Intel'er - Unemployed - hire me! :-)
Generalistic and moderated instance.
Everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!