Watch "Pangeo: "An open source big data science platform", Ryan Abernathy and Matthew Rocklin" on YouTube - https://youtu.be/mDrjGxaXQT4
@neil is the QPsycle source on GitHub?
@neil yeah, Psycle is really cool 😀 I would be glad to see a Linux port, so I could run it on my laptop.
In any case, nice to see you around the community 😃
"To control something, first, you need to be able to observe it."
- Deep Learning with Python - 1 What is Deep Learning?
This is related to the concept of "#cybernetics". We use various tools of observation, such as collecting, visualizing, and modeling data, in order to control and optimize systems.
More news coming out of Purism's Librem 5 phone project:
The crowdfunding has surpassed 120% and, with 4 days to go, may reach $2m.
The Librem 5 will come with a cryptocurrency wallet for private transactions courtesy of Monero
Finally, Nextcloud will provide access to encrypted storage products and services on the Librem 5:
@davidpgil we would love for someone to write a gnu-social/matrix bridge - it would be pretty trivial and get best of both worlds.
Purism and KDE to Work Together on World’s First Truly Free Smartphone
"Purism and KDE are partnering to help KDE adapt Plasma Mobile to Purism’s Librem 5 smartphone.
KDE develops Plasma Mobile, a free, open and full-featured graphical environment for mobile devices. Plasma Mobile has been tested on several off-the-shelf devices. However, most smartphones include hardware that requires proprietary software to work. This clashes with KDE’s principles of freedom and openness. It also makes building difficult, since many details of the hardware are kept secret, preventing complete access to all the components.
...The shared vision of freedom, openness and personal control for end users has brought KDE and Purism together in a common venture. Both organisations agree that cooperating will help bring a truly free and open source smartphone to the market. KDE and Purism will work together to make this happen."
The first Free and Open Source game engine in the same league as the current big, commercial ones.
Godot allows you to create games of any size and complexity using 2D, 3D, or both at the same time! You can publish your creations for desktop, mobile and web platforms. Multi-platform! Including Linux, of course.
Their first goal has been already achieved at Patreon!
Librem 5, a Linux phone that focuses on security by design and privacy protection by default has passed $500,000 in their crowdfunding!
This one is very important to succeed in these times of revelations by Mr. Edward Snowden.
The creators of a Linux mobile OS Sailfish: "Opening Sailfish OS Hardware Adaptation Source Code for Sony Xperia X".
This will enable you to create a Sailfish OS image and flash it to your own Sony Xperia X.
I've updated yesterdays article on W3C/EME/DRM to include a list of the items W3C wanted changed/removed.
Open-source architect and developer from Tampere, Finland.
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