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steko opened issue steko/harris-matrix-data-package#1

Add init command

1 month ago

steko pushed to main at steko/iosacal

3 months ago

steko closed issue steko/iosacal#9

Improve documentation for contributors

3 months ago

steko commented on issue steko/iosacal#9

Improve documentation for contributors

Fixed in 19a91a9564

3 months ago

steko pushed to main at steko/iosacal

3 months ago

steko deleted branch master from steko/iosacal

3 months ago

steko pushed to main at steko/iosacal

  • 19a91a9564 Update documentation for contributors

3 months ago

steko commented on issue steko/iosacal#8

Add IntCal20 calibration curve

Thank you!

3 months ago

steko created repository steko/test-main

4 months ago

steko commented on issue Codeberg/Community#200

"Community spotlight" for the blog

@fnetX that's great! My suggestion is to create one issue for each blog post, possibly at https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/blog/issues so we can keep track and submit pull requests with the content before it's published. Each issue could link to an Etherpad, be assigned to someone etc. @hw does that look OK?

4 months ago

steko commented on issue Codeberg/Community#200

"Community spotlight" for the blog

I see this proposal has some support, fantastic! Perhaps for the time being the best thing is to keep track of the proposed blog posts here. There seem to be two ways to "measure" popularity of repositories: stars ("favorites") and forks. For both criteria the most popular repository is [Gadgetbridge](https://codeberg.org/Freeyourgadget/Gadgetbridge). So it would seem appropriate to start with the most popular repository for the first blog post.

4 months ago

steko commented on issue Codeberg/Community#213

Trending repositories

Perhaps for the time being we can aim for manual curation as proposed in issue #200 "Community spotlight on the Codeberg blog"?

4 months ago

steko commented on issue Codeberg/Community#209

Brave Rewards for Codeberg

For what it's worth, I think Cobeberg should stay away from Brave Browser (except for avoiding identity theft ... just the fact that it is possible is a good example of why Brave is a dangerous platform).

4 months ago

steko commented on issue ReverseEagle/DeGoogle-FOSS#61

is GSOC ethical?

Replying to @makkusu above > Nevertheless, I cannot really think of any project like GSoC right from my head. Maybe that's what we would call an absolute dependency on Big Tech... I don't see how GSOC can be defined an "absolute dependency". FOSS organizations can decide to participate in GSOC or not. Right now it's mostly seen as a win-win situation: Google can show how much they care about thriving FOSS projects and in return there's a number of people that are paid to work on implementing new features and/or getting more familiar with FOSS development in general. I think it would be more accurate to add a third element to the equation, that is, a strong incentive for the communities of those projects to not criticize Google, to avoid discussing surveillance capitalism, to act as if Google is acting for the public good and not for their own profit.

5 months ago

steko commented on issue Codeberg/Community#194

Rename 'master' branches to something else

Great to see this change happen! It might be worth its own blog post?

5 months ago

steko opened issue steko/iosacal#10

Update documentation for new command line interface

5 months ago

steko opened issue Codeberg/Community#200

"Community spotlight" for the blog

5 months ago

steko deleted branch master from steko/kotyle

5 months ago

steko pushed to trunk at steko/kotyle

5 months ago

steko opened issue ReverseEagle/DeGoogle-FOSS#61

is GSOC ethical?

5 months ago