Prototype of eParticipation portal shared as open source
The EU’s Publication Office has just published the source code for a prototype of an eParticipation portal, allowing citizens to help draft EU legislative proposals. The code for the prototype is the result of a so-called pilot project, launched by the European Parliament in 2015. Such pilot projects are tacked onto the Parliaments’ approval of the annual budget for the European Commission.
Today, April 27, 2017, is a great day if you're a fan of the Vivaldi web browser because you can finally help reforest the planet as Vivaldi 1.9 just launched and includes a new default search engine powered by Ecosia.
If you haven't heard of Ecosia until now, let us tell you that it's a search engine that uses its ad revenue to plants trees around the world, and it looks like Vivaldi 1.9 is world's first web browser to integrate Ecosia and enable it by default for new installations. If you have Vivaldi 1.8 installed and you're upgrading to Vivaldi 1.9, go to Search Settings and click on the "Restore Defaults" buttons to enable Ecosia.
Git 2.13 has stepped closer to being released with today's 2.13-rc1 debut.
Git 2.13 features a number of internal improvements, improvements to the experimental split-index feature, various performance improvements, some improvements around Git's Windows port, and various other changes. There are also many fixes since Git 2.12.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce Linkerd version 1.0. A little more than one year from our initial launch, Linkerd is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and has a thriving community of contributors and users. Adopters range from startups like Monzo, which is disrupting the UK banking industry, to high scale Internet companies like Paypal, Ticketmaster, and Credit Karma, to companies that have been in business for hundreds of years like Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.