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I'm going to bikram yoga for the first time in a long time tonight. Number one goal is not to barf.

#IthinkIwilllive #butineedtobecareful
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Now I want to go :) It turns out there's a studio right by my office, I think I'll go tomorrow :)
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A great demo of embedding TTML (Timed Text Markup Language) in Mallard XML.  Nice work, +Shaun McCance!
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I'm giving this a +1 myself just because I know most people don't care much about docs but this is really cool.  : )
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Thanks to +Drew Fustini  for posting info about our upcoming meeting on the PS:One blog. 

We have two good talks lined-up for Saturday, so we hope we'll see you out there!
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The end of Borja's Networks class, whereby he plumbs the depths of his student's git commits for lulz. :)
 
So yesterday was my last Networks lecture and, like last year, I prepared a selection of the best commit messages written by students throughout the quarter: http://www.slideshare.net/bsotomay/uchicago-cmsc-23300-the-best-commit-messages-of-2015
The best commit messages from the 2015 edition of CMSC 23300 - Networks and Distributed Systems.
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I'm trying to think up a cool caption to go along with this one, but nothing's coming to me.

The article is cool, though. This library in Germany is putting a lot of its collection under one of the Creative Commons licenses, and is making those works available on the web.  Neat stuff.
The library in Dresden has given CC BY-SA 4.0 licences to parts of its collection, meaning images can be used for commercial purposes, as long as the source is cited.
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Introducing fwupd, which is very interesting for Fedora, and might be interesting for the tablet and phone folk...
A few weeks ago Christian asked me to help with the firmware update task that a couple of people at Red Hat have been working on for the last few months. Peter has got fwupdate to the point where we can “upload” sample .cap files onto the flash chips, but this isn't particularly safe, ...
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The Eurovision contest isn't until May, but Finland is already getting into the news.  As usual, it's not because anybody thinks Finland will win (after all, they changed the voting rules after the one time Finland did win), but because the Finnish entry is a bit unusual.

As always.

I enjoyed(*) watching some of the other historical Finnish entrants.

(*) And by "enjoyed" I obviously mean "cringed". 
Finnish punk band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät will represent the country in this year’s competition. They’re the latest in a fine tradition of off-beat entrants from the Nordic state that’s come last nine times since 1961
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The Recordings from our February meeting are now published to the interwebz! 
"Fedora and Project Atomic" by Sten Turpin: http://tinyurl.com/nt9r32p
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"Linux Charcuterie - How the Linux Sausage is Made" by Ian McLeod: http://tinyurl.com/q75z8vn
Enjoy!
Description. Sten Turpin will build on Ian's talk, giving an overview of Red Hat's new, container-focused platform, Project Atomic . Basing his talk around the Fedora-based version of the project, he'll demonstrate how to deploy and use Project Atomic on the Amazon AWS infrastructure.
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Some mornings it is good to read the newspaper.
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By the way, I feel sort of meta having posted a picture of a newspaper via social media.
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This is apparently +Andreas Nilsson's American cousin, btw*.

*Well, not really, but it looks like it could be. Kinda. Maybe.
CHICAGO—Displaying the fortitude and mettle of only the most battle-hardened warriors, local man Cory Watts courageously overcame the body language of a woman at O’Houlihan’s Pub to continue hitting on her, sources confirmed Thursday.
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Haha
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Aside from another AGPL project going to a more permissive license, there's also the fact that Gitorious would handle all of the server maintenance & security matters for you. 

Sure, you can self-host, but then you also have to do all of that work and carry the administrative burden.
Mar 3rd, 2015. As reported by the Next Web GitLab and Gitorious announce today they are joining forces in an effort to strengthen the development of GitLab's open source Git management application and provide Gitorious customers with an enhanced user experience.
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It was sort of an artificial need, gitorious was a pain to setup and maintain unlike GitLab
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Indeed - for the LUKS.
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