Open source video captioning on Linux
Feb04

Open source video captioning on Linux

Open source video captioning on Linux sethkenlon Sat, 02/04/2023 – 03:00 In a perfect world, all videos would have transcripts, and live videos would have captioning. It’s not just a requirement for people without hearing to be able to participate in pop culture and video chats, it’s a luxury for people with hearing who just prefer to read what’s been said. Not all software has captioning built-in though, and...

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How upstream contributions power scientific research
Feb03

How upstream contributions power scientific research

How upstream contributions power scientific research cdelia Fri, 02/03/2023 – 03:00 Horizon Europe emphasizes open science and open source technology. The program evolved from Horizon 2020, which provided financial support for research projects that promoted industrial competitiveness, advanced scientific excellence, or solved social challenges through the process of “open science.” Open science is an approach to the...

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How I apply open source principles to filmmaking
Feb03

How I apply open source principles to filmmaking

How I apply open source principles to filmmaking psubhashish Fri, 02/03/2023 – 03:00 As a nonfiction filmmaker, I have made over nine films, all under open licenses. But that choice always comes at a cost. It’s tricky, if not impossible, to release a film under an open license if the film’s copyright owner does not fully own the footage used. Films often purchase rights for media produced by others to be able to use...

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Learn Basic by coding a game
Feb02

Learn Basic by coding a game

Learn Basic by coding a game Moshe Zadka Thu, 02/02/2023 – 03:00 Writing the same application in multiple languages is a great way to learn new ways to program. Most programming languages have certain things in common, such as: Variables Expressions Statements These concepts are the basis of most programming languages. Once you understand them, you can start figuring the rest out. Programming languages usually share some...

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A guide to fuzzy queries with Apache ShardingSphere
Feb01

A guide to fuzzy queries with Apache ShardingSphere

A guide to fuzzy queries with Apache ShardingSphere xionggaoxiang Wed, 02/01/2023 – 03:00 Apache ShardingSphere is an open source distributed database and an ecosystem users and developers need for their databases to provide a customized and cloud-native experience. Its latest release contains many new features, including data encryption integrated with existing SQL workflows. Most importantly, it allows fuzzy queries of the...

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What’s your community thinking pattern?
Feb01

What’s your community thinking pattern?

What’s your community thinking pattern? Ron McFarland Wed, 02/01/2023 – 03:00 This article is the second and final part of a discussion of the research by Dave Logan, Bob King, and Halee Fischer-Wright.  If you haven’t read the first part yet, you can do so here. These researchers defined five cultural thinking patterns in communities. In part one, I explained the first three of five thinking patterns. These...

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