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Frage | Optimale Lithium-Ionen-Akku Nutzung?


Soweit ich das kapiere erreicht man bei einem Lithium-Ionen-Akku die beste Lebensdauer wenn man seine Ladung zwischen 20% und 80% hält. Deshalb frage ich mich ob es bei Smartphones aber auch Notebooks die Möglichkeit gibt das irgendwie via Software zu regeln. Sprich das das Gerät bei 20% Ladung herunterfährt, natürlich mit entsprechender Warnung vorher. Und bei 80% aufhört zu laden. Und natürlich frage ich mich ob die Hardware das überhaupt hergibt. Was meint Ihr? Und klar lohnt sich das nur bei einem recht großen Akku. Aber ich habe z. B. bei meinem Smartphone einen Akku der mir bei intensiver Nutzung ca. 1,5 Tage hält, bei normaler Nutzung sogar über 2 Tage. Da lohnt sich so eine Überlegung schon mal.

Tags: #de #Frage #Akku #Nutzung #Software #Hardware #Smartphone #Tablet #Notebook #Ravenbird #2021-01-05
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #hardware, #linux, #linux-fedora, #privacy, #software, and #technology.

I'm not quite sure what to think of this platform, anyone got some tips to start?
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #hardware, #linux, #linux-fedora, #privacy, #software, and #technology.

I'm not quite sure what to think of this platform, anyone got some tips to start?
 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #hardware, #linux, #linux-fedora, #privacy, #software, and #technology.

I'm not quite sure what to think of this platform, anyone got some tips to start?
 
In letzter Zeit stosse ich immer wieder auf tolle Projekte,die einen die Anfangstage des Computers nochmal neu erleben lassen,allerdings auf modernen Computern und mit modernen Funktionen.Was ich meine: Nachbauten oder Weiterentwicklungen von alten Systemen,die schon beinahe in Vergessenheit geraten sind.Hier eine kleine Auflistung:
- #Haiku - https://haiku-os.org - Ein quelloffener und immernoch aktiv entwickelter Nachbau von #BeOS ,der im Wesentlichen neu geschrieben wurde,aber auch ein paar Programme von BeOS uebernommen hat,nachdem der Quellcode zugaenglich gemacht wurde - Ich habe das System selbst schon ausprobiert und bin begeistert: Schnell,stabil und mit vielen tollen Funktionen und viel Software.
- #ArcaNoae - https://www.arcanoae.com - Eine Weiterentwicklung von OS/2 Warp 4,die immernoch aktiv entwickelt wird und noch die alten #OS2 Programme unterstuetzt,aber auch moderne #Linux und #Windows Programme.Leider ist das Projekt proprietaer und kostenpflichtig,weshalb ich es auch selbst noch nicht ausprobiert habe,aber interessant ist es auf jeden Fall trotzdem.
- #CommonDesktopEnvironment - https://sourceforge.net/projects/cdesktopenv/ - Die grafische Oberflaeche vom alten kommerziellen #UNIX Betriebssystem existiert weiterhin und ist inzwischen open source.Es handelt sich um einen ganz normalen Window Manager fuer #Xorg ,der auf einer aktuellen Linux Distribution installiert werden kann und auch mit moderner Software klar kommt.Das Programm wird noch aktiv entwickelt,hat aber das Look and Feel von damals.Bis jetzt habe ich es nicht getestet,aber es steht auf meiner Todo Liste.
- #ReactOS - https://reactos.org - Ein Nachbau von #Windoof ,als es noch brauchbar war.Vielleicht nicht 100% passend in diesen Beitrag,da Windoof (leider) noch nicht in Vergessenheit geraten ist,aber eine brauchbare Version davon werden die juengeren Menschen vielleicht bald nicht mehr kennen.ReactOS ist in etwa auf dem Stand von Windoof 7,was die Benutzeroberflaeche betrifft,unterstuetzt aber auch neuere Programme,da es sich Teile des Quellcodes mit dem #Wine Projekt teilt.Es ist quelloffen unter der GPL 2 Lizenz.Ich hab es selbst getestet,aber das ist schon ueber ein Jahr her.Damals konnte ich mit der Installation einer aktuellen #Opera #Browser Version das gesamte System schrotten,aber ich denke,da wurde inzwischen nachgebessert.
#Retro #RetroSoftware #Software #FreeSoftware #OpenSource
 
So, nun zu meiner Anfrage an die Landesbeauftragte für #Datenschutz und #Informationsfreiheit
Nordrhein-Westfalen.

In meiner Anfrage ging es thematisch um die Verwendung von #ZOOM im schulischen #Distanzunterricht.

Die Antwort vom #LDI #NRW lautet inhaltlich wie folgt:

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Das LDI r#t Schulen, wie auch allen sonstigen Verantwortlichen, den Einsatz von #Software zu überprüfen, wenn diese Software #Daten in die #USA übermittelt.

Sollten Daten in die USA übermittelt, sollte vorrangig geprüft werden, ob diese Übermittlung abgestellt werden kann, oder auf das verwendete Produkt verzichtet, oder ein anderes Produkt eingesetzt werden kann.

Schulen dürfen keine Software einsetzen, die Daten in die USA übermittelt (ohne dass dafür eine ausreichende Grundlage besteht und insbesondere ohne dass erforderliche zusätzliche Maßnahmen ergriffen sind).

Nicht datenschutzgerechte Lösungen, die aufgrund der Einführung der #Kontaktbeschränkungen wegen der #Corona #Pandemie kurzfristig eingesetzt wurden, sollten so bald wie möglich abgelöst werden.
<<<

weitere, zur Verfügung gestellter Link:

Handreichung #Corona und Schule (Stand: 20.10.2020)
https://www.ldi.nrw.de/mainmenu_Aktuelles/Inhalt/Schule_-Videokonferenzsysteme-und-Messenger-Dienste-waehrend-der-Corona-Pandemie/LDI-NRW---Pandemie-und-Schule-20_10_2020.pdf

Also ich bin sehr zufrieden mit dieser Rückmeldung und denke, dass man da flächendeckend mit arbeiten kann, oder was meint ihr ?

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#Covid19
 
Weil es beim letzten Mal so toll geklappt hat, Eure #followerpower nochmal, bitte.

Heute könnten die in einem #Verein Tätigen ihr Wissen mit mir teilen.
Welche #Software zum Organisieren, Verwalten und Managen Eures Vereins nutzt oder empfehlt Ihr?
 
Kennt jemand zufällig eine gute #FOSS #Software für die Zeugniserstellung an Schulen? Im konkreten Fall ein Berufskolleg mit 2500+ SuS.

#opensource #schule
 
Today we published our yearly report "#Software #Freedom in #Europe 2020". An entertaining and compact read about all important things the #FSFE and our community has done and achieved during the last 12 months: https://fsfe.org/news/2020/news-20201110-01.html
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Funny thing.... I was at saturn, some bigger german electronics market... We looked for a new laptop for a friend.. While standing with some clerk on the computer to find the best offer for him, i spotted this gem.

#GIMP #version #2.10, in box, with #printed #manual (!), for 14,99€


At first .. i didn't really understand what the offer should be for a opensource app for more than ten bucks..

But then i learned that it included a printed manual (which explained the weight of the somewhat compact package;)).

After looking around, i spotted a bunch of comparable offers of open source software, most probably all of them including some sort of printed manual at least.

To be honest, i'm not the biggest friend of selling open source software (including only a windows binary on this one).

But ... yes i can respect that they put in the effort to distill a ready to install storage medium and a printed manual of some sort.

I don't know about the quality of the handbook itself ... and i expect that most of the content printed in there is open available documentation anyways.

But yes....

In the end .. i like it.. To see #GIMP .. as a commercially available software.... within reasonable borders..... ;)

#open #source #opensource #libre #software #windows
 
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Funny thing.... I was at saturn, some bigger german electronics market... We looked for a new laptop for a friend.. While standing with some clerk on the computer to find the best offer for him, i spotted this gem.

#GIMP #version #2.10, in box, with #printed #manual (!), for 14,99€


At first .. i didn't really understand what the offer should be for a opensource app for more than ten bucks..

But then i learned that it included a printed manual (which explained the weight of the somewhat compact package;)).

After looking around, i spotted a bunch of comparable offers of open source software, most probably all of them including some sort of printed manual at least.

To be honest, i'm not the biggest friend of selling open source software (including only a windows binary on this one).

But ... yes i can respect that they put in the effort to distill a ready to install storage medium and a printed manual of some sort.

I don't know about the quality of the handbook itself ... and i expect that most of the content printed in there is open available documentation anyways.

But yes....

In the end .. i like it.. To see #GIMP .. as a commercially available software.... within reasonable borders..... ;)

#open #source #opensource #libre #software #windows
 
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Mother #Debian with the distributions depending on her 🐧


#linux #tux #os #software #freedom #opensource #gpl
 

#SFC fordert #Microsoft auf, aus der #RIAA auszutreten


Source: https://gnulinux.ch/sfc-fordert-microsofts-riaa-austritt
Die Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) ist eine gemeinnützige Organisation, die zur Förderung, Verbesserung, Entwicklung und Verteidigung von Freien- und Open-Source-Software-Projekten (FLOSS) beiträgt. In ihrem Blog reagiert die SFC nun auf das Abschalten des #youtube-dl Repostories auf der Microsoft Plattform #GitHub...
#Urheberrecht #Freiheit #Neutralität #internet #wirtschaft #software #problem #Google #YouTube #streaming #download #musik
 

#SFC fordert #Microsoft auf, aus der #RIAA auszutreten


Source: https://gnulinux.ch/sfc-fordert-microsofts-riaa-austritt
Die Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) ist eine gemeinnützige Organisation, die zur Förderung, Verbesserung, Entwicklung und Verteidigung von Freien- und Open-Source-Software-Projekten (FLOSS) beiträgt. In ihrem Blog reagiert die SFC nun auf das Abschalten des #youtube-dl Repostories auf der Microsoft Plattform #GitHub...
#Urheberrecht #Freiheit #Neutralität #internet #wirtschaft #software #problem #Google #YouTube #streaming #download #musik
 
i am not a fan of this software, and i don't use it, but i kinda proud of it.
it's a local startup, i know the founder, and i know many people who work there.
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PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser



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PicsArt, a platform for finding images and editing them with AI-based tools, has announced that it is expanding its offering from just its app to the web, giving browser-based creators access to a selection of its tools, with more features rolling out next year.

The new tools are accessible for free and via a subscription on PicsArt.com. Currently-available tools include a template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, and more. PicsArt is also including its entire library of what it calls "premium content," which includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers, and millions of what PicsArt calls "free-to-edit images submitted by PicsArts's community."

Below is a list of the more prominently featured tools that are now available on the web version of the platform:

* Thousands of easy-to-edit templates: Templates for everything from social media graphics to blog thumbnails, flyers, posters, announcements, and more
* Stock photography and stickers: An entire library of free-to-use stock images, backgrounds, and stickers
* Hundreds of fonts: Fonts of all sizes and styles to overlay on an image or creation
* Magic effects and filters: Dozens of magic effects and filters including PicsArt’s most popular Sketch and Canvas Effect
* Background removal and replace: Makes the background of any photo transparent with just one click. You can also select a different color, textured, or scenic background.
* Object Removal: Removes an unwanted object or person from any image.
* Style transfer: Copies the style from any uploaded image to give a new image the same look, feel, and aesthetic.

PicsArt's web tools are now available, and premium features along with cross-device access are included with the PicsArt Gold subscription for $8.99 a month, or $55.99 a year.

Earlier this year, PicsArt came under fire for allegedly allowing rampant theft of images on its platform. According to reports, one photographer found unauthorized use of her photo over 1,500 times. Her photos were uploaded to the platform without her knowledge and quickly propagated across the app. PicsArt said that after it became aware of the issue did its best to remove the offending images as quickly as possible, but the photographer did not feel like the company adequately addressed her concerns. You can read that story here.

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#news #software #aiphotoediting #aipoweredphotoediting #apps #artificialintelligence #backgroundremoval #browserapp #editor #picsart #stockphotography #stockphotos
posted by pod_feeder_v2

#yerevan #armenia #picsart #startup #application #android #ios #photography #photo
 
i am not a fan of this software, and i don't use it, but i kinda proud of it.
it's a local startup, i know the founder, and i know many people who work there.
Bild/Foto @ petapixel (unofficial) 20.10.2020, 18:17:14

PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser



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PicsArt, a platform for finding images and editing them with AI-based tools, has announced that it is expanding its offering from just its app to the web, giving browser-based creators access to a selection of its tools, with more features rolling out next year.

The new tools are accessible for free and via a subscription on PicsArt.com. Currently-available tools include a template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, and more. PicsArt is also including its entire library of what it calls "premium content," which includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers, and millions of what PicsArt calls "free-to-edit images submitted by PicsArts's community."

Below is a list of the more prominently featured tools that are now available on the web version of the platform:

* Thousands of easy-to-edit templates: Templates for everything from social media graphics to blog thumbnails, flyers, posters, announcements, and more
* Stock photography and stickers: An entire library of free-to-use stock images, backgrounds, and stickers
* Hundreds of fonts: Fonts of all sizes and styles to overlay on an image or creation
* Magic effects and filters: Dozens of magic effects and filters including PicsArt’s most popular Sketch and Canvas Effect
* Background removal and replace: Makes the background of any photo transparent with just one click. You can also select a different color, textured, or scenic background.
* Object Removal: Removes an unwanted object or person from any image.
* Style transfer: Copies the style from any uploaded image to give a new image the same look, feel, and aesthetic.

PicsArt's web tools are now available, and premium features along with cross-device access are included with the PicsArt Gold subscription for $8.99 a month, or $55.99 a year.

Earlier this year, PicsArt came under fire for allegedly allowing rampant theft of images on its platform. According to reports, one photographer found unauthorized use of her photo over 1,500 times. Her photos were uploaded to the platform without her knowledge and quickly propagated across the app. PicsArt said that after it became aware of the issue did its best to remove the offending images as quickly as possible, but the photographer did not feel like the company adequately addressed her concerns. You can read that story here.

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#news #software #aiphotoediting #aipoweredphotoediting #apps #artificialintelligence #backgroundremoval #browserapp #editor #picsart #stockphotography #stockphotos
posted by pod_feeder_v2

#yerevan #armenia #picsart #startup #application #android #ios #photography #photo
 

PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser








PicsArt, a platform for finding images and editing them with AI-based tools, has announced that it is expanding its offering from just its app to the web, giving browser-based creators access to a selection of its tools, with more features rolling out next year.

The new tools are accessible for free and via a subscription on PicsArt.com. Currently-available tools include a template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, and more. PicsArt is also including its entire library of what it calls "premium content," which includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers, and millions of what PicsArt calls "free-to-edit images submitted by PicsArts's community."

Below is a list of the more prominently featured tools that are now available on the web version of the platform:
  • Thousands of easy-to-edit templates: Templates for everything from social media graphics to blog thumbnails, flyers, posters, announcements, and more
  • Stock photography and stickers: An entire library of free-to-use stock images, backgrounds, and stickers
  • Hundreds of fonts: Fonts of all sizes and styles to overlay on an image or creation
  • Magic effects and filters: Dozens of magic effects and filters including PicsArt’s most popular Sketch and Canvas Effect
  • Background removal and replace: Makes the background of any photo transparent with just one click. You can also select a different color, textured, or scenic background.
  • Object Removal: Removes an unwanted object or person from any image.
  • Style transfer: Copies the style from any uploaded image to give a new image the same look, feel, and aesthetic.
PicsArt's web tools are now available, and premium features along with cross-device access are included with the PicsArt Gold subscription for $8.99 a month, or $55.99 a year.

Earlier this year, PicsArt came under fire for allegedly allowing rampant theft of images on its platform. According to reports, one photographer found unauthorized use of her photo over 1,500 times. Her photos were uploaded to the platform without her knowledge and quickly propagated across the app. PicsArt said that after it became aware of the issue did its best to remove the offending images as quickly as possible, but the photographer did not feel like the company adequately addressed her concerns. You can read that story here.

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#news #software #aiphotoediting #aipoweredphotoediting #apps #artificialintelligence #backgroundremoval #browserapp #editor #picsart #stockphotography #stockphotos
posted by pod_feeder_v2
PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser

PetaPixel: PicsArt's Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser (Jaron Schneider)

 
⬡ CommonsPub and the quest for a modular decentralised app ecosystem
Mayel de Borniol, with the participation of the CommonsPub Team & Contributors

Live Q&A Recording https://conf.tube/videos/watch/a1097f46-b0db-48bf-be3f-55ac20b2a66f
Debate in the Forum https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/commonspub-and-the-quest-for-a-modular-decentralised-app-ecosystem/938
Watch the Talk https://conf.tube/videos/watch/d66cf9ea-e8bf-452e-bb36-e88a402e3da2

ActivityPub gave us interoperability at the data level, and we’d like to do the same on the software level with CommonsPub …

#commonspub #library #software #fediverse #foss #web #federation #activitypub #apconf2020
 
⬡ Go-Fed: Past, Present, and Future
CJ

Live Q&A Recording https://conf.tube/videos/watch/580ae1ea-9f13-4cd0-8839-41c332a222ab
Debate in the Forum https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/go-fed-past-present-and-future/949
Watch the Talk https://conf.tube/videos/watch/952f9cef-3b97-45e4-a248-199772a23f62

The Go-Fed suite of #libraries implement the ActivityPub protocol in the Go language.

Go-Fed takes to heart the philosophy that the ActivityPub specification left opportunities for further evolution of its core ideas

#gofed #go-fed #go #library #software #fediverse #foss #web #federation #activitypub #apconf2020
 
⬡ An analysis of privacy design principles as applied to decentralized systems
Cristina DeLisle

Live Q&A Recording https://conf.tube/videos/watch/4dba3ced-7f1a-407a-aa3b-22b79467b3b8
Debate in the Forum https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/an-analysis-of-privacy-design-principles-as-applied-to-decentralized-systems/951
Watch the Talk https://conf.tube/videos/watch/a0196813-fb0d-4740-a37a-5f2b1fd1e774

This talk will provide an analysis of privacy design #principles in building #software. It will consider best practice recommendations and the specific characteristics of #decentralized models.

#fediverse #privacy #security #socialmedia #federation #activitypub #apconf2020
 
And here's another story of an #update gone haywire.

From the beginning:
One of my hosts awaited a bunch of upgrades, including network card #firmware, linux kernel and a bunch of other #software updates. All in all nothing extraordinary, it's not like this never happened before.

What did happen, was that this "bunch of other software" did include some internal changes which either were not documented clearly enough, or, equally probable, I didn't bother to look, because it were just revision updates, no minor or even major release number increments. Thus I didn't expect much.

I was dead wrong.

Once the upgrade was completed the host started to show unexpected behaviour. One was that the hardware monitoring software kept bragging about a lost connection to one of my servers. It did come back up in a couple of minutes, but the messages kept piling up in my inbox every other hour. The other issue was the machine was now unable to synchronize its distribution's package list with the master servers - because it could not access any of the distribution's keyservers anymore.

Two unrelated functions went out of service, coinciding with the last reboot (and subsequent firmware upgrade) of the host. Also, other services began to become slow to respond.

My first assumption was thus the new #Linux kernel on the host and thus I booted into my backup kernel - nothing changed.
Next up: network card firmware. My internet connection uses exactly that network card, and it wasn't the first time one of my cards didn't work too well with newer drivers. So I downgraded that too again. To no avail.

I began to believe I'd have to live with the new situation, as the website of my monitoring software wasn't too encouraging on a fix of that intermittent and recurring loss of connectivity problem. But I could live with that.

The other issue was way more serious. I needed to be able to synchronize the package repository. This was especially strange as my other hosts didn't suffer from that problem.
It turned out all hosts without the issue had not yet updated their package management software. Those host which had the update did not even bother to talk to the keyservers which were clearly operational as the other hosts showed. By chance I found the updated hosts were instead trying to talk to my local package proxy instead of the keyservers.
So the solution here was that the revision update of the package manager now used its proxy setting not only for the packages itself but for every HTTP connection it opened - which obviously created an issue as my package proxy was unable to forward the keyserver requests.

That solved the remaining issue was the lost connection problem of the monitoring software.
Again, chance came to help and I just accidentally looked at the affected host, discovering it now had, instead of the intended one interface already three of them, none of which was deletable.
Now that was a pointer.

Manually sifting through the software's database it became clear that each of the three interfaces, all pointing to the same target, had some of the monitor's items bound, thus they couldn't be removed.

The solution proved to be as simple as the proxy-problem from above: Stop the monitoring, manually edit the database to have all items bound back to the first and intended interface, remove the other two and restart monitoring.
That problem has never shown up again since.

Again, it was just a revision update, no minor or even major release.

I still haven't bothered to read through all the ChangeLogs but was confirmed both changes "just appeared" somewhere in the past.

Apparently nobody bothered to think about wider implications to the changes implemented, not to speak of what would happen if they didn't go clean as with the apparent reorganization in the monitoring software.

In the end it turned out neither the Linux kernel nor the firmware upgrade was at fault here, it was just the affected software itself.
As for the "other services" which were slow to respond, I can only guess it was just a correlation of events, not causality.

Long story short: even revision updates can cause unexpected issues, so keep a backup, keep a way back open and be prepared to dive deep when these issues occur.

I, for myself, would whish such changes would not show up in updated revisions but cause at least a jump in the minor version number. But I guess that's as always at the discretion of the maintainer of the project in question and can't be guaranteed at all.
 
World's first Covid passport technology will be trialled on flights from Heathrow this week in bid to let passengers travel without risk of quarantine in future BUT requires authorities to trust test lab results from abroad.
_ Heathrow test of app to let people travel the globe without quarantine risk
United Airlines and Cathay Pacific are trying out CommonPass software
The pass works by passengers taking a test at a certified lab before uploading it
It generates a QR code that can be scanned by airline staff and border officials
But it will require Governments to trust coronavirus tests taken at foreign labs_


The pressure to comply with COVID mandates and fraudulent science will come primarily through non-government operations, like airlines and other modes transportation. If you don’t take and pass the COVID test, you don’t travel.

#Covid #passport #technology #Heathrow #quarantine #United Airlines #Cathay Pacific #CommonPass #software #QR #coronavirus #fraud #science #conspiracy #corruption #health #medicine
 
World's first Covid passport technology will be trialled on flights from Heathrow this week in bid to let passengers travel without risk of quarantine in future BUT requires authorities to trust test lab results from abroad.
_ Heathrow test of app to let people travel the globe without quarantine risk
United Airlines and Cathay Pacific are trying out CommonPass software
The pass works by passengers taking a test at a certified lab before uploading it
It generates a QR code that can be scanned by airline staff and border officials
But it will require Governments to trust coronavirus tests taken at foreign labs_


The pressure to comply with COVID mandates and fraudulent science will come primarily through non-government operations, like airlines and other modes transportation. If you don’t take and pass the COVID test, you don’t travel.

#Covid #passport #technology #Heathrow #quarantine #United Airlines #Cathay Pacific #CommonPass #software #QR #coronavirus #fraud #science #conspiracy #corruption #health #medicine
 
Was #Palantirs #Software genau kann, ist schwer zu bewerten. Teils liegt das daran, dass sich das Unternehmen – ganz Geheimdienstdienstleister – ungern in die Karten schauen lässt. Teils aber auch daran, dass die Software noch manuell von Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern des Unternehmens für Kunden angepasst wird. Bei der dänischen Polizei etwa sitzen bis heute Palantir-Beschäftigte und helfen mit dem System. Wie gefährlich es ist, ist ebenfalls kaum zu beantworten. Palantir baut ja letztlich nur das Werkzeug, um Daten durchsuchbar zu machen – welche Daten es zusammenführt, entscheiden die Auftraggeber.
Siehe: https://www.zeit.de/amp/digital/internet/2020-09/palantir-technologies-daten-analyse-boersengang-peter-thiel-alex-karp

#Datenschutz #Privatsphäre #bigdata #internet #Geheimdienst #technologie
 
Building a better GoodReads with ActivityPub

Nilesh Trivedi

I have been building LearnAwesome.org as an ActivityPub compliant equivalent of GoodReads for learning. It’s both a repository of learning resources (books, but also blogs, courses, podcasts, newsletters, livestreams etc) and a social network of lifelong learners. It also supports #ActivityPub […]

VIDEO
https://conf.tube/videos/watch/c42604a8-d71d-4bd0-8081-d2c77210f206

Q&A SAT 15:30
remote questions:
https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/learnawesome-org-building-a-better-goodreads-with-activitypub/946/1

#LearnAwesome #learning #software #apconf2020
 
The #ActivityPub Ecosystem

Evan Prodromou

We have a big world to build.
In this talk, Evan will discuss some of the cool stuff that’s been built, and cool stuff we still need.

VIDEO
https://conf.tube/videos/watch/c79457a9-aae5-47dd-8731-617e6b09fe06

Q&A FRI, 14:30 UTC
remote questions now:
https://socialhub.activitypub.rocks/t/the-activitypub-ecosystem/933

#apconf2020 #fediverse #implementations #software #social #DariusKazemiNow
 
WebPlotDigitizer - Extract data from plots, images, and maps https://automeris.io/WebPlotDigitizer/

Very cool!
#science #software #graphs
 
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