Andreas_Hepp , to communicationscholars group avatar

Our next version of went online: a tool for qualitative . Key features: ease of use, collaborative work on projects and a plug-in infrastructure that allows it to be expanded with additional functions if required. With @kadewe, @hohse, Alessandro Belli and Jan Küster


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thelinuxEXP , to Linux avatar

Time for this week's and News video!

In this one, we have adding some data collection (but it's fine, IMO), we have a ton of stuff happening around AI, and it's still an absolute nightmare, we have the Linux Kernel 6.9 (nice), and banning in one of its territories, which alarmed a bunch of human rights / freedom associations:

9to5linux , to Linux avatar

BTW, Arch Linux is now powered by kernel 6.9 🐧🏹

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Step-By-Step Process Buy Ultram Online At


If you're looking to buy Ultram online at No problem, I got you covered. First things first, head over to their website and create an account if you don't already have one - it's quick and easy, trust me. Once you're all logged in, browse their selection of Ultram products and select the dosage and quantity that you need. Add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. Make sure to enter all your shipping and payment information accurately to avoid any hiccups in the process.


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apereo , to Random stuff avatar

Global market
• experiencing significant competition from open-source solutions
• experienced substantial growth in open-source solutions

and Moodle are prominent examples of LMS providers

@sakailms tailored for educational institutions, featuring tools like online testing and Docs integration

Open-source LMS solutions
• gained popularity in .
• provide advantages over proprietary
• reduce costs over proprietary options

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josh , to Privacy avatar

You know who will never mine your private communications to train an LLM?

Better yet, you know whose words you don't need to trust, because you aren't obligated to use any particular server? And the software is open source? And regularly audited by security researchers?


It's not perfect, but no tool is. It's a matter of what trade offs you're willing to accept. Just sayin' ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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We have released a new library: TypoRules for 🎉

It is not actually new, as we have been working with it for years to enable outstanding in our and applications. What is new is that all functionalities are now available in a bundled form and as .

You can find it at

The library currently contains 42 rules and 5 rule sets, with more being added all the time.

Give it a try and let us know how you get on with it! 😇

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Winamp has taken the open-source route!

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This open-source SMS app for Android will make you ditch the default one!

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Homebrew is now installed for you with the latest images of Bluefin, Aurora, and Bazzite. We don't have to strongly recommend installing it anymore because it's right there!

Homebrew is a great package manager especially for CLI apps. Give it a whirl if you haven't already.

Learn more:

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Registration is now open for the Fedora 40 release party! Come join us as we learn what's new, what's coming, and what else is going on in the community!

Register (it's a free virtual conference!):

davidbures , to Random stuff avatar

Update on the categorized cached downloads (

Now, it also works when the name of the installed package is not exactly the same as the name of the cached download!

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Voting has started for the Governing Board elections and runs till May 31 – but don't delay, vote today! 🗳

All eligible voters should have received an email from the election system. Results will be published on our blog on June 3rd.

shollyethan , to Random stuff avatar

Dropped some updates to this morning - tiles now have visible/clickable tags, URL properties have been added for sharing custom views with others, and I've added a ton of new project icons.

I'm completely open to feedback on future improvements, but probably won't consider adding any more details to the tiles to prevent them from becoming too cluttered.

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If you’ve visited the Thunderbird website, maybe you’ve noticed something. Is it more modern? More organized? Dare we say it, a little shinier? ✨

@freehive has worked their magic on our website. Read all about the changes, check out the new and much improved site yourself, and add Freehive to your contacts for whenever you or your project needs a creative agency! 🎨

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This Week in Self-Hosted (17 May 2024)

Raspberry Pi IPOs, software launches, updates, a spotlight on - a management solution with client support, and more in this week's self-hosted recap!

9to5linux , to Linux avatar

6.9.1, 6.8.10, 6.6.31, 6.1.91, 5.15.159, 5.10.217, 5.4.276, and 4.19.314 kernels are now available for download at

janvlug , to Linux avatar

Funding available for (individual) and projects.

is seeking project proposals between 5.000 and 50.000 euro.

Currently open for proposals:
1️⃣ (electronic payment related)
2️⃣ (Android related)
3️⃣ (very broad)

Closing: 1 June 2024

Easily submit proposal:

More info:


shawnhooper , to Random stuff avatar

Winamp has announced that on 24 September 2024, the application's source code will be open to developers worldwide.

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Winamp to “open up” its source code

Winamp has announced that on 24 September 2024, the application's source code will be open to developers worldwide.

Winamp will open up its code for the player used on Windows, enabling the entire community to participate in its development. This is an invitation to global collaboration, where developers worldwide can contribute their expertise, ideas, and

vwbusguy , to Random stuff avatar

Not helpful: Complaining about some feature or bugfix not yet being implemented in a github issue.

Actually helpful: Offering to donate money and/or beta test on your own hardware/OS towards the feature or bugfix you want/need.

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