When I search for making #screencasts in linux, I get loads of guides about using ffmeg. C'mon!
Do you know about #OSM Diaries? A YouTube #video channel from long time #OpenStreetMap contributor Gregory Marler, about what they're mapping now. It's a great way to see the nuts and bolts of OSM mapping
The main contradiction of liberal democracy is that it has largely been shaped through a history of various forms of illegal civil disobedience against entrenched power structures. Such civil disobedience is retrospectively seen as justified, and the people committing it are retrospectively seen as heroes. However, each successive generation is asked to believe that any further civil disobedience would be unreasonable.
Did you know there's lots of #OSM Telegram channels?
This seems to have really touched a nerve with some people...
RT @Ciaraioch@twitter.com: Nothing quite sums up the gentle fatalism of the #Irish psyche than replacing "Goodbye" with "Good luck"
Does anyone have any resources, research, or examples of how "professional", "civil" or "hostile" have been used against marginalised people? Is this a big thing?
When it comes to "women in tech" with #diversity/#inclusivity, I often see calls for civility or complaints about hostility.
So which is it? Does requiring civil/professional actions and banning hostility help or hinder diversity (in tech/FLOSS)?