Open Source

Video tutorials for modern ideas and open source tools (calmcode.io)

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GitHub releases two open source fonts (github.blog)

Learn why the GitHub Design Infrastructure team built a dedicated color tool and how they use it to create new color palettes for GitHub. Read article

Google releases new patch that reduces install time for OTAs (androidcentral.com)

What you need to know • Google is looking to improve OTA updates by making them faster to install. Read article

How to get started with free and open-source software (text-to-diagram.com)

Compare the syntax and renders of various languages that produce diagrams from text. Read article

Developing an Open-Source Lighting System With RGB LED Lighting (hackaday.com)

There’s something about the regimented square shapes of the IKEA Kallax shelf that convinced [Eike Hein] it could benefit from some RGB LED lighting, and while he could have simply used a commercial solution, he decided instead to develop Hyelicht: an incredibly well documented open source lighting system featuring multiple control interfaces and APIs. Read article

Dataphor: A Fresh Perspective on Application Development (github.com)

Dataphor is an open source application development platform designed to streamline the process of designing, developing, and maintaining software applications. Read article

How to Turn off Overlay on Sony a5000 Camera (hackaday.com)

According to [Venn Stone], technical producer over at LinuxGameCast, the Sony a5000 is still a solid option for those looking to shoot 1080p video despite being released back in 2014. Read article

"Hacker News API: The best way to get insights into the latest tech news" OpenAI GPT-3 Text-Davinci-002: A bot that Summarizes Top Stories on Hacker News and Publishes them to a Telegram Channel (github.com)

HN Summary is an open source bot which sumarizes top stories on Hacker News and publishes the summaries to a Telegram channel. Read article

Rhasspy: an open source, fully offline set of voice assistant services for many human languages (github.com)

Rhasspy (ˈɹæspi) is an open source, fully offline set of voice assistant services for many human languages that works well with: You specify voice commands in a template language: and Rhasspy will produce JSON events that can trigger action in home automation software, such as a Node-RED flow: • Working with external services via MQTT, HTTP, and Websockets • Pre-specified voice commands that are described well by a grammar • You can also do open-ended speech recognition • Voice commands with uncommon words or pronunciations • New words are added phonetically with automated assistance Rhasspy comes with a snazzy web interface that lets you configure, program, and test your voice assistant remotely from your web browser. Read article

Mycroftopen source voice assistant (mycroft.ai)

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D2 is now open sourcea modern language that turns text to diagrams (github.com)

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Show HN: Comparing Open Source Projects (ossrank.com)

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Kite AI coding pulled down to earth because 'our 500k developers would not pay to use it,' now open source • DEVCLASS (devclass.com)

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Minecraft Running on Asahi Linux with Open Source GPU Drivers ()

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The Best Free App to upscale image quality on grainy 0.3MP netbook selfies and 128px anime avatars (omgubuntu.co.uk)

Upscaler is an open source image upscaling app that leverages AI to automatically enhance any low-resolution image (or not-so-low-resolution image) fed to it. Read article

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman: RealityOS "will include mixed-reality versions of core Apple apps like Messages, FaceTime and Maps" (macrumors.com)

Apple's work on the first version of its long-rumored mixed reality headset's operating system is concluding, while new hires related to the device are ramping up ahead of launch next year, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Read article

How to work with volunteers Effectively Volunteering can be an effective way to get involved with a variety of organisations. Here are some tips for working with volunteers effectively: 1) Make sure that you are comfortable and familiar with the volunteers you are working with. This will make sure that you are able to work effectively with them and that you are able to provide them with the support they need. 2) Be sure to develop a good relationship with the volunteers. This will (ycombinator.com)

Ask HN: What has succeeded for you when working with volunteers? Read article

New security requirements for open source in the EU (nlnetlabs.nl)

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GitHub releases new speech recognition tool (techradar.com)

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GitHub's Copilot flies into its first open source copyright lawsuit (theregister.com)

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GitHub's Copilot flies into its first open source copyright lawsuit (theregister.com)

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Microsoft's grand unified theory of .NET advances a little (theregister.com)

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Microsoft's grand unified theory of .NET advances a little (theregister.com)

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An Open Source Lawyer's View on the Copilot Class Action Lawsuit (katedowninglaw.com)

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IodéOS Is Open Source (iode.tech)

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Artificial Intelligence in the World of Production (lbbonline.com)

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Nvidia PhysX 5.0 is now open source (github.com)

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New Hampshire Tests Open Source Ballot Machines in Pilot Program (nhpr.org)

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How To Write A Script That Gets Attention (wordpress.com)

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Open source data science tools to help you make a lasting impact (posit.co)

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