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@inkscape workshop was really cool. Learn some tricks wrt alpha version; exchange techniques and shortcuts and most of all we could express and influence the upcoming version! The developers really listened and were eager to share and discuss. And play with amusing laser cuts toys by Jürgen Weigert ❤️. devs were there as well and so I couldn't resist but show my appreciation by giving to every developer (present) from these lovely tools ❤️🤩 THANK YOU!

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freieFarbe is a nonprofit working on free color standards, references and tools based on CIELAB. even their color atlasses are CC licenced! #lgm19 #lgm2019 #lgm @lgm

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#lgm19 Presentation after that was someone suggesting that the open source graphics community should consider coming up with certification process for the floss art programs, so that there's a way for artists to show proficiency with the components without just showing pretty pictures.

It seemed this is also to have some kind of alternative to university degrees, esp. for self-taught people or dropouts.

Really enjoy Tatica's talk and her idea for a design/art academy/certificate for libre artists/designers @libregraphicsmeeting source

So interesting talk by Ana Isabel and Ricardo Lafuente ❤️ terminology is indeed important!

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All schools in #Kerala / #India will switch to #FreeSoftware: "More than Rs 3,000-crore savings, we feel the key advantage of going for free OS is the ability to study, share, edit and publish without restrictions. In the education sector, this dissemination value is more crucial than costs", says Anjali Krishnan. financialexpress.com/industry/ #education #OpenSource

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#Inkscape #Hackfest at #LibreGraphics in Saarbrücken, #Germany, May 27-29

There will be a big push to fix priority bugs and conduct testing with respect to the 1.0 release. A push to recruit new developers will also be discussed

inkscape.org/news/2019/03/31/i

#FLOSSevents #FLOSSconf

The first time I tried Linux out was with @kde with or even but since then somehow I drifted away (either from Linux altogether) or to a more Gnome based distros these last years. But let me tell you how well impressed I am with the current . After trying it out on Neon and Kubuntu live flash drive it's now my default DE! I urge you to try it out as well. Plus it made my battery last an extra hour or so.

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@inkscape @conservancy @Framasoft @OpenCulture so I end up, after a couple of failed attempts and frustration with wiki commons, choosing @github. Expect to see future commits on github.com/portucalio Not only assets will be there but it's my intent to write step by step my processes in the hopes to deliver a kind of recipe for creating and printing your own calendar using

@inkscape @conservancy @Framasoft @OpenCulture so I end up, after a couple of failed attempts and frustration with wiki commons, choosing @github. Expect to see future commits on github.com/portucalio Not only assets will be there but it's my intent to write step by step my processes in the hopes to deliver a kind of recipe for creating and printing your own calendar using

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?

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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.

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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/

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-

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