@deejoe @alextee @robert When things like RollApp exist (who say that they can take any app -- absolutely any at all -- and turn it into a web app) like rollapp.com/app/gimp then it seems pointless to make a distinction between network & non-network if any can be either. Plus: The GPLv3 was originally going to have the Affero clause in it anyway so using the AGPLv3 is like using what the GPLv3 was originally going to be anyway.

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gPodder.net is looking for a new maintainer!

If nobody comes forward by 2020, it'll be forced to shut down. Please boost to spread the word.


Note that this is the podcast-sharing website: I'm not sure about the status of the app, but I think that's still doing fine.

#gPodder #podcasts #python #webdev #helpwanted

Forget about semantic versioning. Here's an idea for versioning: Use Pi. The first version is 3. Then 3.1. And so forth and so on.

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new #Zrythm v0.5.162 has been released!

Release notes:
- License change from GPLv3+ to AGPLv3+
- Cut-clip tool (WIP)
- Add Norwegian in language selection
- Update German/Norwegian/Japanese translations
- Undoable individual MIDI velocity changes
- Undoable MIDI velocity ramp feature
- Fix some undo/redo bugs
- Refactor of arranger objects
- Fix basic saving/loading of projects
- Fix duplicate projects getting displayed in the project list in some situations
- Refactor automation tracks


Let's try to reframe things like & from "security vulnerability" to "just a different method for interprocess communication."

For more information see media.libreplanet.org/u/librep

One of the cats really likes this shoebox and seems to have started living in it full time. Now I'm not sure I can throw the shoebox away.

It seems to happen every time I click on the "Submit" button to purchase or renew a domain name through my registrar: Click the button, and the phone rings. The automated system says they're "...calling to verify recent activity..." You'd think they'd eventually figure out this should be normal activity for me.

-libre 5.2 -- the freedom-respecting version of -- is now available in my APT repository - jxself.org/linux-libre/
It includes the new Lima and Panfrost drivers for . Enjoy!

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#GNU #Linux-libre 5.2-gnu source tarballs and patches, and #Freesh .debs (thanks jxself) are now available
#Freed-ora 5.1.16-gnu rpms for f29 and f30 are now available as stable updates, whereas 5.2.0-rc7-gnu ones for f31 are avaiable for testing
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Who puts assorted tarballs (containing source code) into git? And then has the makefile untar them at build time? Crazy people, that's who. (I ran into this while trying to build some free firmware from source.)

@art "Anymore?" Try: "Never owned them in the first place." πŸ‘

@masterofthetiger @gnupropaganda From the context it clear this image was made working from the perspective of the latter.

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