Escape | A Sci-fi short film by Opera
In a future controlled by technology, one person searches for an escape. This short film from Opera Software explores issues of personal choice, control, and the relationship between people and the technologies that impact our lives.
Wow! China Airport face recognition systems to help you check your flight status and find the way to your gate. Note I did not input anything, it accurately identified my full flight information from my face!
Are you an open source software ethical #hacker? We invite you to find #security vulnerabilities in open source software widely used by the #EU institutions.
The EU #BugBounty programme gives awards of up to €25,000. Check it out https://europa.eu/!uw89XT #CyberSecurity
Speaking to a security conference in Munich, Pence tells his audience he brings greetings from President Trump... and not a single person claps. #awkward
One of my never finished projects: a little weather station for #homeassistant including a Geiger tube and tons of other sensors ^_^
@esden Now also with PMods. Thanks for the great design!
Why is software created using taxpayers’ money not released as Free Software?
We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for the public sector be made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as well.
Code paid by the people should be available to the people! https://publiccode.eu/
Great to see a crowded room in the pre-#FOSDEM #policy #meeting. A meeting organised by @OpenForumEurope@twitter.com and @email@example.com where policy makers and civil society organisations meet and discuss strategies that promote #FOSS on #European level in 2019.
code poet, bit juggler & logic wizard
chaos.social - because anarchy is much more fun with friends.
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