Hintergrund, warum die Caritas ihre Beratungsplattform unter der #GNU #AGPL veröffentlicht hat: https://www.caritas-digital.de/warum-die-beratungsplattform-der-caritas-nun-opensource-ist/
And that's how it looks like now (I've also added some padding, because I felt the badges were too cramped):
With the CLI rewritten, the first release candidate of ./badges v2 is ready. Highlights include parameter declaration, stdin/stdout support and simpler CLI invocations. Still TODO: Fixing font metrics, writing a script to generate the generic badges (since batch rendering was dropped) and adapting ./badges web.
One *could* say there were *some* breaking changes 😅
A new #blog post appears!
We're beginning a new series, "Let's write a compiler." In part 1, we'll introduce what a compiler is, select a language for our compiler, and do some high-level (no code) planning.
At the end of the series, you will have written a complete compiler from scratch! It won't be the world's fanciest compiler, but it will be correct. And it will be fast! Good for beginners.
The advantages of #CellBroadcasts in short:
✅ reduced bottlenecks due to high efficiency sending
✅ established standard since 1990
✅ relatively cheap
✅ everyone is warned, even short-term tourists
✅ independent from mobile internet
✅ works even if telephony/SMS/internet is overloaded
✅ no apps required
➡️ Warning apps are a useful *extension*, but not the *basis*. [2/2]
Join the Codeberg #Docuthon starting today till July 17 and help improve the docs for your project or assist us with the Codeberg Docs.
Read more on the blog: https://blog.codeberg.org/codeberg-docuthon-in-july-2021.html
Did someone say "interactive badge generation tool"?
Sources for ./badges web v1.0.0 are now available at https://codeberg.org/lhinderberger/dot-slash-badges-web
Live deployment coming soon, if everything works out, thanks to the nice folks at @codeberg
#foss #release #badges
Yesterday, I tried to build a WebAssembly version of dot-slash-badges. While compilation succeeded, the resulting binary had a size of almost 5 MB. That's too much for an application that, for the average user, likely yields far less than 100KB overall output (about 10KB per badge). Unfortunately, it didn't compile with TinyGo. So, it seems, a purely client-side GUI for dot-slash-badges won't be feasible. 🙁
In June, we launched REUSE Booster to share legal advice with #FreeSoftware projects on copyright.
We interviewed Torsten Grote @firstname.lastname@example.org, who stressed the need to Free our #Androids early on.
In The Netherlands, digital autonomy is undermined; meanwhile, demands for Free Software are rising
In our June Newsletter.
Photo: FSFE spot in a non-profit hacker-camp. The Netherlands, 2017.
Version 0.3.0 marks a significant release for KISStokens, as it brings a major
API redesign, including extensive refactorings and the introduction of a
low-level API in addition to the previous high-level API.
Check it out at https://codeberg.org/lhinderberger/KISStokens
Something to think about
"Licenses alone do not govern behavior in Open Source"
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