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Tentacle of the day.
@startupheaval Incredibly, I just did this this morning; to a family member so it doesn't really count *wording fixed. Martin M Laidlaw. 3h3 hours ago. Martin M Laidlaw @MMLaidlaw. @startupheaval @nefariouscarrot Where is that from? I'm a Scot and know it is somewhere 'deep in the childhood' ...
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Warning: this post is an ill-advised, badly timed rant. There are swear words. You have been warned. Also, no one person instigated any of this rant. It's been building in me for three years. <3...
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We are going to run a workshop in Zürich on using Micropython on the ESP8266. The workshop is for people beginning with electronics, who want to start making their own Internet-of-things gadgets.

Please book your tickets here:
http://www.meetup.com/opentechschool-zurich/events/231880410/
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I've been told Web API implements this spec - https://github.com/hybridgroup/cppp-io/blob/master/specification.markdown
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Witam serdecznie wszystkich :)

Jakiś czas temu uruchomiono Call for Proposals konferencji PyCon PL 2016, czyli nabór na propozycje prelekcji, warsztatów, paneli dyskusyjnych oraz innych aktywności konferencyjnych.

Propozycje będą przyjmowane do 10 czerwca.

PyCon PL 2016 to dziewiąta edycja największej konferencji pythonowej w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej. W ubiegłym roku wzięło w niej udział około 520 osób. Na tegorocznej edycji organizatorzy spodziewają się nawet 700 uczestników!

Konferencja integruje środowiska programistów Pythona, naukowców oraz biznesu, wykorzystujących ten język we własnych projektach. Stałym elementem wydarzenia są ciekawe wystąpienia, w tym prelekcje specjalnych gości zza granicy, warsztaty, lightning talks oraz inne atrakcje wpasowujące się w luźny, weekendowy klimat wydarzenia.

PyCon PL 2016 odbędzie się w dniach od 13 do 16 października 2016 r. w Hotel Ossa Congress & SPA

Jeśli masz pomysł na temat, który chciałbyś przedstawić w trakcie wydarzenia przed międzynarodową publicznością,podziel się swoją wiedzą i zgłoś propozycję wystąpienia. Wartym uwagi jest fakt, że propozycje prelekcji nie są ograniczone tylko do tematów stricte technicznych. Wyboru wystąpień dokona komitet programowy PyCon PL 2016, w skład którego wchodzą przedstawiciele różnych społeczności związanych z Pythonem w Polsce.

Więcej informacji na temat Call for Proposals oraz konferencji można znaleźć na:http://pl.pycon.org/2016/post-cfp
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Z przyjemnością informujemy, że istnieje już możliwość zgłaszania swoich propozycji agendowych na PyCon PL 2016. Pragniemy, aby konferencja objęła szerokie spektrum tematyczne dopasowane do grup na różym poziomie zaawansowania: zarówno dla profesjonalistów, jak i początkujących.
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Tentacle of the day.

Thanks to +Joanna Piechowiak 
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Why distro maintainers matter.
Disclaimers, et al. These opinions are not at all related to Arch Linux, though maintaining Arch packages has certainly colored my opinions. I've been a volunteer maintainer for years now, because I feel it helps people. I have a bias towards the value that maintainers and maintaining packages ...
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so I wrote up my thoughts on this whole #snappy thing long-form:

https://www.happyassassin.net/2016/06/16/on-snappy-and-flatpak-business-as-usual-in-the-canonical-propaganda-department/

summary: snappy is +Canonical's attempt to build an app-store like mechanism for Linux. It is not remotely 'done' yet, in the sense their PR claims it is. It does not have anything like the cross-distribution buy-in their PR heavily claims it has. It is not going to replace apt or dnf. The packages for other distributions are half-assed and have half the claimed features of snappy disabled. Canonical made no bona fide attempt to build consensus behind their system before issuing a press release claiming it was all ready to take over the world. There is a competing system, #flatpak , which arguably has greater cross-distro buy-in at this point (though really, neither system has any significant support outside of its sponsors). But sure, aside from that, it's all true!
NOTE: this post is entirely personal. The opinions are my own and do not represent Fedora or Red Hat. The facts, however, are all 100% truthy.. You may have read some stuff this week about an application delivery mechanism called Snappy and how it's going to unite all distributions and kill ...
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»Flatpak is the new name for GNOME’s XDG-App initiative, though ‘…95% of the commits come from one Red Hat employee,’ Shuttleworth cheekily noted. ‘We would be delighted if they’d work with us.'« – Sorry +Mark Shuttleworth, but this is FUD.
1. flatpack currently has 29 different committers, most of them not Red Hat employees; one is even a Debian developer.
2. +Alexander Larsson has 78% of the commits, not 95%.
3. snappy has 5 only committers, all of them Canonical employees.
4. If you want people to help you with your snaps, don't require them to sign Canonical's CLA, open all snap components (including the server side) and stop spreading FUD in first place.

Kthybye.
Ubuntu’s Snap packages will now work on other Linux distros. Snapd, the tool powering them, has been ported to Arch, Gentoo and Fedora among others.
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Tentacle of the day.

Thanks to +Joanna Piechowiak 
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Tentacle of the day.

A merry-go-round at Tivoli in Copenhagen.
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Tentacle of the day.

Thanks to +Patryk Zabicki 
Personnal work - wanted to do a strange thing
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