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Perl/Raku Programming Leftovers

  • LANraragi v.0.6.8 - Cool Cat

    LANraragi is a web application for archival and reading of manga/doujinshi. It's lightweight and Docker-ready for NAS/servers. There is even a standing offer from the author to send out a free sticker pack for the first person to run the linux/s390x docker image on a real IBM System 390.

  • Making YAML.pm, YAML::Syck and YAML::XS safer by default

    Several YAML modules allow loading and dumping objects. When loading untrusted data, this can be a security vulnerability, if this feature is enabled.

  • 2020.04 Almost Springtime

    Damian Conway is back from sabbatical: in the second week of March, they will be giving some very interesting courses in Switzerland: Presentation Skills courses, redesigned language-neutral versions of the “API Design”, “Better Coding Practices” courses and a free half-day seminar on Raku on 12 March!

Audiocasts/Shows/Screencasts: LINUX Unplugged, Linux Headlines, Python Bytes, Faces of Open Source and Solus 4.1 MATE Run Through

  • Success Through Vulnerability | LINUX Unplugged 338

    How did we get from shareware to free software? We jump in the Linux powered time machine and revisit software past. Plus a new Plasma focused laptop, and two powerful command-line picks.

  • 2020-01-28 | Linux Headlines

    A partnership to keep open-source secure, Flathub gets social, Kali Linux has a new release and Ubuntu’s first in a series of switch guides.

  • 2020-01-27 | Linux Headlines

    Linux 5.5 arrives with support for the Raspberry Pi 4 among many other improvements, Solus and SQLite both see minor version bumps that pack a punch, and The Qt Company has a major update that is not sitting well with its community.

  • Python Bytes: #166 Misunderstanding software clocks and time

    We all know about bits. Quantum computers use a more sophisticated data representation known as a qubit or quantum bit. Each qubit can exist in state 1 or 0, but also in superpositions of 1 and 0, meaning that the qubit simultaneously occupies both states. Such states can be specified by a two-dimensional vector that contains a pair of complex numbers, making for an infinite number of states. Each of the complex numbers is a probability amplitude, basically the odds that the qubit is a 0 or a 1, respectively.

  • Brunch with Brent: Peter Adams Part 1 | Jupiter Extras 50

    Brent sits down with Peter Adams, professional photographer and former founder and CTO of several internet-technology startups in New York and Silicon Valley. We explore his photography project "Faces of Open Source", his history in the dot-com bubble era, how he came to love open source, and more.

  • Solus 4.1 MATE Run Through

    In this video, we are looking at Solus 4.1 MATE.

today's howtos

8 Ways to Take a Screenshot in Linux

For some vital reason that we need not linger on, you want to share what’s on your desktop with others. What are your options? These are some of the most prevalent tools on Linux for taking screenshots. If one’s not conveniently available on your distribution of choice, at the very least, you’ll find another in its software center/repositories. Read more Also: Emmanuel Kasper: Mark a Screenshot on Linux