@oliviamaia Yup :) you need clone the docs repository github.com/gohugoio/hugo/tree/ and then just go to that directory and run Hugo ( hugo server) :)

so and after removing my wiki commons page (supposedly due to spam?!) : commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Por

It's a work in progress though still many assets to add

^ use it and abuse it and ! Everything is under CC BY-SA 4.0

I have have been having a blast with (portucalio.com/blog/about/) and I'm very thankful for all th private messages/emails :)

On 25th of this month, April, we celebrate the Day (which commemorates the revolution) and so in that spirit I have been thinking to release all the illustrations and possibly layouts (need to review them first though) under some license. Any thoughts? And where would be the best place to host the files?

Oh completely understand you @ohyran . I'm Portuguese but I'm based in Prague, CZ (a couple of years already)and I never valued so much spring, summer and overall sunny days as now. Before I would just waste them staying indoors. Plus because the sunny days are fewer here it seems everyone is aware and everyone goes out so yhea it's like going from 0 to 100s in terms of street activity etc :)

@qwazix @cybette

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How does one go about commissioning or licensing work from creative folks (musicians, digital artists) in a way that is fair to both? Any handy resources or guides? I'd rather not go to massive content-farm-factory websites.

For what it's worth I'm in need of some music for a technically minded #ActivityPub podcast idea I have floating in my head and what better way to support the Fediverse than to actually look at paying for a license for some intro music and B roll music.

@thor sorry to hear that :/ for what's worth I find that eating small amounts of complex carbs before found to bed with a good calming white tea + avoiding any stimulant in that day/or past 5-7 hours helps. Good luck!

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Have you been thinking about making an app for the Librem 5 but didn't know where to start?

I wrote a tutorial blog post for getting started with designing apps for GNOME mobile (and desktop too).

blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2019/

@dnegreira @diogo @tcarrondo oh odoo! I never tried for invoices though. Yes, please do 🤙 I would be interested in listening your take on that 🤓

R.I.P. mrdocs (1963–2019)

"Peter also wrote the first version of the Scribus online documentation, which resulted in his nickname “mrdocs” in IRC and elsewhere[...]"

scribus.net/r-i-p-mrdocs-1963-

wow I kinda love @noisemakerbot look what it did with this image from portucalio.com/blog project!

(Noisemaker is an adaptation of classic procedural noise generation algorithms, for Python 3 and TensorFlow. by Alex Ayars)

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@heyarne oh I see. I was actually used to view all my feeds with the built in reader...
Now I just don't seem to use RSS at all (I dabbled with some mobile apps butnnevwe stick with anything in particular)

@heyarne I think since the previous version (or at least it was when I realized it). Kinda sad about it :(

March

Guess and win a calendar!
This month, March, something is masked. Perhaps a number? a day? The first 5 people who reply to our facebook post (or by sending an email to info@portucalio.com ) with the right answer will receive promptly in their home a free Portucalio !

portucalio.com/blog/post/march

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We have created a Patreon account for Akira as the campaign will never reach its goal. The more progress we make, the more money we get, the more time we spend on it patreon.com/akiraux
We will also set up a bounty system and other alternatives to Patreon later. #akiraux

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hey @tootdon why do you have these trackers enabled? reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/

I love your app but these trackers are fucked up.

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