"A team of amazing volunteers has created a huge open-source library of over 600 free-to-use icons for healthcare projects. Amazing effort to create a public good for the world." 😍 💊 💉
Project coordinated by Daniel Burka, who is asking the community to spread the word.
I wrote about how Purism helps transforming GNOME since over 3 years, and how it's all just the start!
“The outage will likely draw attention to how centralized our ‘decentralized’ internet really is—a depressing reminder as ransomware attacks hit at critical infrastructure around the world.”
This is potentially very cool: the Parlatype app can do automatic-speech-transcription: https://github.com/gkarsay/parlatype/commit/2988a46232b8195fe735c0b681e33e2f7c6f2ffc
2 speech-models so far: CMU PocketSphinx & Mozilla DeepSpeech. Maybe even MORE interesting as a test-case of DeepSpeech, which up to now has been one of those many Moz-funded projects that Moz has refused to build anything useful from, and is perpetually at risk for getting snuffed out & buried in a shallow grave behind HQ.
On-canvas alignment guides aka "smart guides" are more or less functional in one of Inkscape's GSoC git repos.
I did not expect something so usable to be available in this year's GSoC projects this early. But hey, you live and learn! :) Parth Pant who made this possible is a real hero.
If anybody in the FOSS graphics world has written a good "how-to" showing people what their non-commercial photo/video backup-and-hosting options are for all the Android users suddenly hit with Google Photos' change-of-storage-terms yesterday — point me to it.
I (and plenty of others) would want to give it a boost.
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