There's a real challenge for non-coding projects to implement an open-source workflow with minimal costs, using open technology. There needs to be a Wiki or some repository where knowledge can be shared with many contributors without a per-editor cost. Does anyone have any ideas?

LibreOffice Calc Survey

❤️ "Help Us Improve LibreOffice Calc" -- due 31 July 2021

:verified: survey.documentfoundation.org/

⭐ Please share it would help LibreOffice development.

✏️ #LibreOffice #FreeSoftware #OpenSource #Development

"Facebook and its advertisers are ‘panicking’ as the majority of iPhone users opt out of tracking"

9to5mac.com/2021/07/14/faceboo

:jeb:

This is from the co-creator of Dogecoin (thread)

RT @ummjackson@twitter.com

After years of studying it, I believe that cryptocurrency is an inherently right-wing, hyper-capitalistic technology built primarily to amplify the wealth of its proponents through a combination of tax avoidance, diminished regulatory oversight and artificially enforced scarcity. twitter.com/ummjackson/status/

PeerTube, the Fediverse's alternative to YouTube, uses peer-to-peer technology so that anyone can host their own video service without any data centres.

You can find out more at joinpeertube.org

PeerTube also now includes support for livestreaming.

You can run your own instance without technical knowledge by using a managed hosting service such as federation.spacebear.ee

#FediTips #Fediverse #PeerTube #YouTube #DeleteYouTube

Interesting - listening to this guy from Seattle who cut his own CEO salary to ensure his staff was well paid: rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/ Kim Hill asks him if he could've achieved the same if his company was public/listed. He suggests he couldn't. The system's broken & public trust of public corporations is misplaced.

The Biden administration teased a sweeping antimonopoly executive order last week, including a Right to Repair provision aimed at agricultural equipment - a direct assault on the corporate power of repair archnemesis John Deere. It

pluralistic.net/2021/07/07/ins

But it turns out that the executive order goes far beyond tractors and other agricultural equipment - it also applies to consumer electronics, including mobile phones, and this is a *huge fucking deal*.

vice.com/en/article/y3d5yb/bid

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Small correction: Where "did" you bought.
Nobody is supposed to die here, hahaha :blobpats:

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I need to buy a new computer for more intensive workloads.
Tell me fediverse: Where die you bought your last computer in Germany?

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