Essential watching for anyone even vaguely interested in "IP", particularly Copyright. https://invidio.us/watch?v=1Jwo5qc78QU
Lunch at the #OERF Chch canteen today is scratch built chana chaat... Vegan for the flavour win! Zing...
One more #oeru wenotes to chat test post.... (should only appear once)...
And yet another test of #oeru and its wenotes capablity! 🤓
Oops - need to test #oeru again... forgot to restart something first 🙄
This is a test with the #bman111 tag...
This is a test #oeru post...
Great to see all the good folks joining the #bman111 course! Very auspicious for us all!
"Microsoft is fine, actually. They've changed. Big Bad Evil Microsoft is a thing of the past."
I'm very impressed by btrfs' RAID capabilities. Still getting my head around subvolumes, but seems to have beneficial implications for btrfs' snapshot abilities... New home server is running on a pair of SSDs with RAID1 & a couple big spinning disks for precious family data (R1) & device backups (R0)...
Public, listed corporations, with the rights of people in most markets, are "engines of inequity". They exist to privatise profit and socialise cost. They are anti-Commons, except to the extent that they can leverage the Commons to achieve greater inequity on behalf of their shareholders. As such, it is not in their nature to be allies of "open". They are exploiters, at best. People, if they hope to increase equity (or save our planet), should shun them & instead contribute to communities.
University of Tasmania is starting development on a new micro course - Complementary Medicine Today #CMT101. Looking forward to seeing more OER goodness from our Tasmania!
For folks not wanting to use Youtube to what this exposé on Microsoft and its colonising of the EU, thanks to @ITwrx for providing this alternative link: https://itwrx.org/ITwrx-news/microsoft-cyber-attack
Pixelfed Embed will allow you to easily share your posts on any website.
We're rolling this out to instances tomorrow!
Open Source Technologist with the OER Foundation - I blog about OERs and free and open source tech for delivering them on https://tech.oeru.org.
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