Reasonable Colors is an open-source colour system for making accessible colour palettes.
It uses an intuitive system of shades to help you select colours which meet the appropriate WCAG contrast rating, even if you're mixing and matching base colours:
Software may be immaterial, but it runs on hardware and determines its energy consumption. Making software energy efficient is crucial. Let's build energy-efficient Free Software together!
Did you know that one of the ways Android and IOS reduce energy consumption is by using a unified system-level notification provider?
UnifiedPush is FOSS implementation of the same idea that could help projects such as #pinephone and #linuxphones in general by providing both a framework to reduce battery consumption and a more unified interface to code notifications on.
If you follow FOSS, would you please boost?
The difference between a closed, algorithmically-curated silo like Twitter and the fediverse.
Twitter: ~43K “followers”, 8 boosts, 58 likes
Fediverse: ~8.43K followers, 57 boosts, 106 likes
Your thousands of “followers” on Twitter mean nothing because the algorithm (i.e., Twitter, Inc.) decides who gets to hear you.
Introducing the #OneWeekOneDistro challenge
Streamlabs Rips Off OBS, Lightstream and Elgato
Element is hiring Backend Engineers 🚀
You can either DM me or apply directly on https://apply.workable.com/elementio/j/CE6DA357E1/
If you are not sure if you would be a great fit or what would be expected from you, drop me a message and we'll figure it out :)
🔄 Boosts very appreciated, we need you!
So please, don't give me this "the war about the word #hacker is lost" bullshit. It's not. We just keep surrendering and undermining our own position.
So, stop using the word "hacker" to mean "cybercriminal". Stop using the word "hack" to mean "breach" or "compromise".
There are better words.
Like "cybercriminal", "breach", "compromise".
Thanks for coming to my TED talk.
Likes: D&D, MTG, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Linux. (Not specifically in that order)