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  1. Last 7 days
    1. Transclusion facilitates modular design (using the "single source of truth" model, whether in data, code, or content): a resource is stored once and distributed for reuse in multiple documents. Updates or corrections to a resource are then reflected in any referencing documents.
    1. Now Elio stares intently at Oliver,but is “fleeing” with the same gesture, playing both the role of the pursuer and the pursued lover.Narcissus, in the same way, conveys both signs of pursuing and being pursued with his gestures,as the reflection of his attempts to court his reflection look to him like gestures appropriate forone being courted

      Important quotation because this is the point of Gianelle's articulation about the references to Narcissus. It is that they have contradictory (quite literally opposite: pursuer and pursued) roles in their dynamic, and that hints to a flexible and fluid and contradictory identity

    2. Aciman has intended for his narrator to resist a single interpretation because Elio is himselfmeant to reflect the condition of people to be dynamic and difficult to categorize.

      Elio is meant to reflect the condition of people to be dynamic and difficult to categorize. Gianelle supports this idea with the Goldman Sachs Talk with Andre Aciman talking about the San Clemente Syndrome when Elio tries to transcribe the quartet.

  2. Jul 2024
    1. The problem is not about Open Source or Free Software. The problem is everything else.

      Good catch. There's more to the world than just that.

    2. All of this made possible thanks to open source and millions of hours worked for free by people who contributed to what we thought was "the commons".
    3. When publicly distributed, the open-source code is hidden behind layers of indirection bypassing any packaging/integration effort, relying instead on virtualisation and downloading dependencies on the fly. Thanks to those strategies, corporations could benefit from open source code without any consequence. The open source code is, anyway, mostly hosted and developed on proprietary platforms.
  3. Jun 2024
    1. created against https://github.com/docker-library/official-images (which is the source-of-truth for the official images program as a whole)
    1. you can take a lot more than you are and have a lot more information

      for - adjacency - open source - Stop Reset Go complexity mapping - objective - Nora Bateson comment on more information - diversity - Indyweb/Indranet - progress trap mitigation

      adjacency - between - Nora Bateson comment - Stop Reset Go complexity mapping<br /> - open source - progress trap mitigation - Indyweb/Indranet

      • adjacency relationship
        • When Nora talks about the
          • oversimplified,
          • reductionist
        • problem-solving approach that most of modernity employs to tackle wicked problems,
        • it boils down to oversimplification.
        • There are usually far more causes and conditions to a problem than are known to construct the solution
        • In Deep Humanity praxis, this is how we get into progress traps, the shadow side of progress
        • The Stop Reset Go complexity mapping system is designed to reveal greater information by
          • creating a space for diverse perspectives to systematically engage in addressing the same wicked problem
        • This system must be open source in order to create the space for maximum diversity
        • The Stop Reset Go process is specifically designed as a workspace for diversity for the purpose of
          • mitigating progress traps and
          • helping find more effective ways to address wicked problems
        • This is done by using Trailmark Markin notation within the Indyweb/Indranet people-centered, interpersonal software ecosystem
  4. May 2024
    1. open source paradigms, with its copyleft licensing scheme

      for - adjacency - open source - copyleft - Achilles Heel - unpaid workers - predatory capitalism

      adjacency - between - open source - copyleft - Achilles Heel - predatory capitalism - unpaid workers - adjacency statement - The Achilles Heel of the open source copyleft system is that it allows everyone to participate. Everyone can look at the innovation, including corporate raiders in it for their own self-interest. - This enables predatory capitalism. The well-capitalized corporations take the best open source ideas and integrate them into their own private systems. With their abundant capitalization, they can maintain the existent structural inequality - Meanwhile, most open source software is maintained by underpaid programmers

    1. In den Ländern, die sich in Paris 2015 einer Initiative gegen das Verbrennen von nicht genutztem Erdgas (flaring) angeschlossen hatten, wird das Verbrennen mit offener Flamme oft nur durch Verbrennung in geschlossenen Anlagen ersetzt, wie eine investigative journalistische Recherche ergab. Die Menge der Emissionen sinkt dadurch nicht wesentlich, aber diese Anlagen sind für Satelliten nicht äußerlich erkennbar. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2024/may/02/methane-emissions-gas-flaring-hidden-satellite-monitors-oil-gas

      Ressourcen für die Recherche zu Methan-Emissionen: https://gijn.org/resource/new-tools-investigate-methane-emissions/

  5. Apr 2024
  6. Mar 2024
    1. To emphasize that “free software” refers to freedom and not to price, we sometimes write or say “free (libre) software,” adding the French or Spanish word that means free in the sense of freedom. In some contexts, it works to use just “libre software.”

      My second language is Spanish, and I understand quite well what 'Libre' means. In my view, there's no real difference between FLOSS and FOSS, since 'Free' translates to 'Libre'. However, when 'Free' pertains solely to 'price', it's more accurate to use 'Gratis', which means 'No Cost'.

      Additionally, considering that words can have multiple meanings in English as well, I question the necessity of incorporating an 'L' from another language into an English acronym. Instead of complicating the acronym, I believe in giving a clear explanation.

  7. Feb 2024
    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:05][^1^][1] - [00:22:00][^2^][2]:

      La vidéo présente une conférence sur le projet Framaspace, une initiative de Framasoft visant à fournir des services numériques aux associations et collectifs. Le conférencier, Pier Goset, discute des défis politiques, sociaux et technologiques auxquels les associations sont confrontées et comment Framaspace peut les aider à s'organiser et à collaborer efficacement.

      Points forts: + [00:00:05][^3^][3] Introduction et remerciements * Remerciements aux étudiants pour la captation + [00:01:02][^4^][4] Présentation de Framasoft et Framaspace * Objectifs et historique de Framasoft * Annonce du projet Framaspace + [00:02:00][^5^][5] Les défis actuels * Problèmes politiques, sociaux et écologiques * Attaques contre la société civile + [00:03:33][^6^][6] Le numérique comme outil d'organisation * Avantages et inconvénients du numérique pour les associations + [00:04:11][^7^][7] Détails techniques de Framaspace * Infrastructure et capacité prévue pour les services + [00:13:12][^8^][8] Bilan et changements depuis l'année dernière * Adoption et feedback sur Framaspace * Mises à jour et améliorations techniques + [00:20:21][^9^][9] Statistiques et utilisateurs de Framaspace * Types d'associations utilisatrices et leurs domaines d'action Résumé de la vidéo [00:22:02][^1^][1] - [00:44:03][^2^][2] : La vidéo traite de l'impact de Framasoft sur les associations, en particulier celles qui sont petites ou sans salariés, et de l'utilisation de Framaspace pour soutenir les initiatives locales et la transition vers une économie sociale et solidaire.

      Points forts : + [00:22:02][^3^][3] Framasoft et les associations * Influence sur les petites associations * Soutien à la transition économique + [00:23:01][^4^][4] Histoire et évolution * Associations depuis 1936 * Croissance après 2017 + [00:23:31][^5^][5] Structures sans salariés * Cible principale de Framaspace * Offres adaptées aux besoins + [00:25:01][^6^][6] Nombre de membres et bénéficiaires * Associations touchant moins de 100 personnes * Importance de la taille pour l'impact + [00:26:01][^7^][7] Concurrence et financement * Débat sur la concurrence avec le secteur privé * Financement par les dons + [00:28:00][^8^][8] Exemples de structures * Diversité des utilisateurs de Framaspace * Exemples concrets d'associations Résumé de la vidéo 00:44:04 - 00:56:53 :

      La vidéo discute des améliorations potentielles et des fonctionnalités de Nextcloud pour les associations, y compris la diffusion d'informations, la fédération de contenu, et la gestion des membres et de la comptabilité. Elle aborde également les retours d'une enquête sur l'utilisation de Framaspace par les associations.

      Points forts : + [00:44:04][^1^][1] Améliorations de Nextcloud * Plus de temps pour des améliorations * Diffusion d'informations militantes + [00:45:17][^2^][2] Mutualisation du financement * Fonctionnalités spécifiques pour les associations * Intégration de Pacho pour la gestion + [00:46:01][^3^][3] Support de production * Utilisation d'Activista pour créer des visuels * Ajout de valeur à Framaspace + [00:46:39][^4^][4] Utilisation de Collectives * Simplification du développement * Publication sur le site web de l'association + [00:47:31][^5^][5] Framaspace fonctionne * Grâce aux dons et au soutien * Appel à la campagne de dons + [00:49:17][^6^][6] Statistiques d'utilisation * Outils de supervision en développement * Évaluation de l'utilisation de Collabora et OnlyOffice

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:04][^1^][1] - [00:25:09][^2^][2]:

      La vidéo présente une discussion sur l'utilisation des pratiques numériques dans le travail social, animée par Morgane Killuw, éducatrice spécialisée et formatrice. Elle est accompagnée de collègues belges, Anne Philipard et Pascal Peau, pour explorer les questions transfrontalières et l'éthique numérique dans le secteur.

      Points forts: + [00:00:04][^3^][3] Introduction de la session * Présentation des intervenants et contexte de la rencontre + [00:01:03][^4^][4] Structure de la session * Répartition du temps entre présentation et échange + [00:01:25][^5^][5] Rôle des travailleurs sociaux * Importance de la formation numérique dans leur travail + [00:02:37][^6^][6] Éthique numérique * Nécessité de transformer les habitudes face au numérique + [00:03:22][^7^][7] Adaptation au numérique * Les travailleurs sociaux face à l'évolution numérique non formée + [00:04:17][^8^][8] Impact du numérique sur la société * La société se numérise, influençant les pratiques sociales + [00:05:02][^9^][9] Usage personnel vs professionnel * Différences entre les usages numériques personnels et professionnels + [00:06:13][^10^][10] Recherche en Belgique * Diagnostic des utilisations numériques par les travailleurs sociaux + [00:08:17][^11^][11] Sécurité numérique * Importance de la sécurité numérique dans le travail social + [00:10:50][^12^][12] Schéma d'utilisation du numérique * Présentation d'un schéma pour comprendre l'usage du numérique + [00:13:11][^13^][13] Application du schéma * Utilisation du schéma dans la formation continue + [00:16:17][^14^][14] Conflits éthiques * Dilemmes éthiques rencontrés par les travailleurs sociaux + [00:18:04][^15^][15] Missions d'utilité publique * Responsabilités et défis liés aux données personnelles + [00:19:01][^16^][16] Outils numériques utilisés * Réflexion sur les outils numériques et leur conformité éthique + [00:20:13][^17^][17] Législation française * Lois encadrant le traitement des données personnelles + [00:22:58][^18^][18] Éthique et numérique * Discussion sur l'éthique professionnelle et son application au numérique Résumé de la vidéo [00:25:11][^1^][1] - [00:50:54][^2^][2] : La vidéo traite de l'importance de la réflexion éthique et technocritique dans le travail social, en particulier concernant la gestion des données et l'utilisation des technologies numériques. Elle souligne le manque de formation et de sensibilisation parmi les travailleurs sociaux et propose des initiatives pour intégrer une approche plus critique et éthique du numérique dans le secteur social.

      Points forts : + [00:25:11][^3^][3] Importance de la réflexion éthique * Gestion des données * Sensibilisation des travailleurs sociaux + [00:27:00][^4^][4] Différences entre la France et la Belgique * Codes de déontologie * Approches du numérique + [00:31:01][^5^][5] Choix des outils numériques * Confiance et légalité * Alternatives éthiques + [00:35:38][^6^][6] Présentation de projets * Initiatives technocritiques * Projets éducatifs + [00:39:01][^7^][7] Projet ACESA * Open Lab en travail social * Mutualisation des connaissances + [00:49:24][^8^][8] Collectif d'enseignants * Réflexion sur le numérique * Approche technocritique

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:04][^1^][1] - [00:22:15][^2^][2] : La vidéo présente un discours sur l'éducation nationale et le logiciel libre, mettant en lumière l'importance de l'open source dans l'éducation et divers projets éducatifs innovants.

      Points forts : + [00:00:04][^3^][3] Introduction au sujet * L'orateur partage son expérience au ministère + [00:01:17][^4^][4] Importance du logiciel libre * Discussion sur l'impact du logiciel libre dans l'éducation + [00:04:07][^5^][5] Projets éducatifs * Présentation de projets pédagogiques utilisant des ressources libres + [00:07:10][^6^][6] Contribution des élèves * Exemples d'élèves contribuant à des projets open source + [00:11:59][^7^][7] Professeurs développeurs * Mise en avant de professeurs créant des ressources éducatives libres + [00:16:02][^8^][8] Initiatives numériques * Illustration de diverses initiatives numériques dans l'éducation + [00:19:26][^9^][9] Vision du ministère * Vision future du ministère sur l'utilisation des ressources libres Résumé de la vidéo [00:22:17][^1^][1] - [00:36:18][^2^][2]: La vidéo aborde l'utilisation de ressources éducatives numériques libres et ouvertes dans le système éducatif français, soulignant l'importance de la souveraineté numérique et de la collaboration entre enseignants.

      Points clés: + [00:22:17][^3^][3] Ressources partagées * Nuage pour stockage * Piertube pour vidéos * Pad collaboratif + [00:24:17][^4^][4] Services intégrés * Apps éducation * Identifiant unique * Open source + [00:25:02][^5^][5] Plateforme éducative * Sciences et programmation * Déploiement national + [00:29:16][^6^][6] Formation et licences * Vidéos d'acculturation * Partenariats éducatifs + [00:30:34][^7^][7] Stratégie numérique * Soutien aux communs numériques * Charte et gouvernance + [00:33:54][^8^][8] Feuille de route * Priorité au logiciel libre * Bureau des communs numériques

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:02][^1^][1] - [00:19:31][^2^][2]:

      La première partie de la vidéo présente un logiciel de génération d'emplois du temps développé sous licence AGPL version 3, nommé Flop DT. Il vise à résoudre les problèmes complexes de planification dans les établissements éducatifs en permettant une gestion autonome et coopérative des emplois du temps.

      Points forts: + [00:00:02][^3^][3] Introduction au logiciel Flop DT * Développé sous licence AGPL v3 + [00:04:53][^4^][4] Technologies utilisées * Django, V JS, PostgreSQL, solveurs linéaires + [00:06:20][^5^][5] Démonstration pratique * Interface utilisateur et gestion des modifications + [00:09:54][^6^][6] Autogestion et modifications coopératives * Chaque prof peut ajuster son emploi du temps + [00:13:02][^7^][7] Génération automatique d'emplois du temps * Utilisation d'un solveur pour créer des plannings + [00:17:59][^8^][8] Flexibilité et paramétrage * Adaptation aux besoins spécifiques des utilisateurs Résumé de la vidéo [00:19:55][^1^][1] - [00:40:53][^2^][2]: La vidéo traite de l'optimisation des emplois du temps dans un contexte universitaire, en utilisant un solveur mathématique pour gérer les contraintes et préférences des enseignants et étudiants. Elle aborde les défis techniques et politiques liés à l'élaboration d'un système autogéré qui respecte les besoins individuels tout en satisfaisant les exigences collectives.

      Points forts: + [00:20:00][^3^][3] Défis de l'optimisation * Nécessité de recherche * Temps de résolution variable + [00:21:19][^4^][4] Décision des solutions * Plusieurs solutions possibles * Choix pédagogique crucial + [00:23:26][^5^][5] Personnalisation des préférences * Chacun définit ses disponibilités * Importance de l'équité + [00:25:01][^6^][6] Résultats du solveur * Meilleure solution en 20 minutes * Possibilité d'explorer d'autres options + [00:30:02][^7^][7] Développement de l'outil * Création d'un paquet Debian * Synchronisation avec d'autres outils + [00:33:00][^8^][8] Gestion des droits utilisateurs * Droits selon les rôles * Modifications sous contraintes Résumé de la vidéo [00:40:55][^1^][1] - [00:58:47][^2^][2]: La vidéo discute de l'utilisation d'un logiciel de planification dans divers établissements, y compris des universités et des hôpitaux, pour gérer les emplois du temps. Elle aborde les défis de l'interfaçage avec d'autres logiciels et la possibilité d'une version médicale du logiciel.

      Points forts: + [00:41:02][^3^][3] Utilisation dans divers établissements * IUTs, universités, CHU pour les plannings de garde + [00:42:01][^4^][4] Adaptation aux petites structures * Boulangeries associatives, cinémas + [00:42:44][^5^][5] Partage des ressources entre départements * Salles et professeurs partagés + [00:45:01][^6^][6] Génération rapide des emplois du temps * Solutions satisfaisantes en quelques minutes + [00:47:11][^7^][7] Financement et développement * Soutien de la région Nouvelle Aquitaine et des utilisateurs + [00:49:02][^8^][8] Réflexion sur le modèle économique * Contribution financière et bénévolat pour le développement

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:00][^1^][1] - [00:27:22][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo présente un webinaire sur l'éducation ouverte et les ressources éducatives libres, organisé par le réseau des leaders en ressources éducatives libres et l'Université de Montréal. Il aborde l'importance de l'accès libre à l'éducation, les politiques de soutien, et les pratiques inspirantes dans le domaine.

      Points forts: + [00:00:20][^3^][3] Introduction au webinaire * Présentation par Marie des Martels * Reconnaissance territoriale + [00:04:01][^4^][4] Contexte du projet * Soutien de l'UNESCO et objectifs de développement durable * Retard des universités québécoises en ressources éducatives libres + [00:14:06][^5^][5] Soutien du ministère * Importance de l'intégration du numérique en enseignement supérieur * Initiatives pour la formation à distance et les ressources éducatives + [00:16:30][^6^][6] Principes de l'éducation ouverte * Élimination des barrières et favorisation de l'inclusion * Utilisation des licences libres et partage des connaissances + [00:26:02][^7^][7] Licences Creative Commons * Explication des licences et des 5 permissions de "royal" * Recommandation de l'UNESCO pour les ressources éducatives libres Résumé de la vidéo [00:27:25][^1^][1] - [00:50:12][^2^][2]: La vidéo présente des témoignages d'éducateurs et de professionnels sur l'importance des ressources éducatives libres (REL) et l'éducation ouverte. Ils partagent leurs expériences et projets visant à promouvoir l'accès libre et la collaboration dans le domaine éducatif.

      Points forts: + [00:27:25][^3^][3] Collaboration éducative * Importance de la co-création * Partage des connaissances + [00:28:05][^4^][4] Projet étudiant * Bourses pour création de REL * Valorisation des productions étudiantes + [00:29:30][^5^][5] Fabrique REAL et réseau des leaders * Projets pour l'éducation ouverte * Financement par le ministère + [00:33:46][^6^][6] Wikipédia et éducation * Potentiel pédagogique * Importance pour les étudiants + [00:37:47][^7^][7] Site web de ressources libres * Engagement moral envers les étudiants * Matériel pédagogique gratuit + [00:48:07][^8^][8] Vision de l'éducation ouverte * Éducation accessible à tous * Partage global des ressources éducatives Résumé de la vidéo 00:50:15 - 01:15:24: La vidéo présente une discussion sur l'éducation ouverte et l'importance de rendre l'apprentissage accessible à tous. Les participants partagent leurs perspectives sur la co-création, l'interdépendance des acteurs éducatifs, et l'importance de l'engagement individuel pour faire avancer l'éducation ouverte.

      Points forts: + [00:50:15][^1^][1] L'appel à l'action collective * Importance de l'éducation comme priorité + [00:52:03][^2^][2] Passion pour l'éducation ouverte * Conviction et engagement partagés + [00:54:02][^3^][3] Lien entre éducation et recherche * Nécessité d'une approche intégrée + [00:55:04][^4^][4] Motivation et interdépendance * Rôle clé des différentes parties prenantes + [00:56:49][^5^][5] Les étudiants comme acteurs clés * Créateurs et consommateurs de ressources éducatives + [01:03:48][^6^][6] Le domaine public comme ressource * Potentiel négligé pour l'éducation Résumé de la vidéo [01:15:26][^1^][1] - [01:16:55][^2^][2]:

      La partie 4 de la vidéo aborde l'éducation ouverte, les obstacles systémiques à l'éducation, et l'importance de l'inclusion des étudiants et des groupes marginalisés. Elle souligne l'alignement avec les recommandations de l'UNESCO de 2019.

      Points forts: + [01:15:26][^3^][3] Éducation ouverte * Réflexion sur les obstacles * Développement impliquant les étudiants + [01:15:52][^4^][4] Groupes marginalisés * Préoccupation pour l'inclusion * Perspective intentionnelle sur la diversité + [01:16:13][^5^][5] Recommandations de l'UNESCO * Alignement avec les recommandations de 2019 * Discussion sur l'engagement et la production du webinaire

    1. “The beginning and end of Olte’s transformation,” commentsKlaus Latzel, “can be best illustrated by two letters from his corre-spondence home: ‘Oh I’d love to be out there with the soldiers,’ inMay 1940, and ‘When will this endless murdering be over?’ fromMay 1944.”17 Soldiers such as Albert Neuhaus and Hans Olte con-tinued to fight and to kill, mostly out of a sense of duty and a desireto protect Germany itself, but they no longer thought of themselvesas vanguards of National Socialism
    2. In time of war and separation, the letters to andfrom soldiers serving on the front lines were precious signs of life.They were avowals of love and longings for home. They describedthe battlefield and conditions of military occupation and eventuallyprovided historians with crucial documents about popular attitudestoward the war and knowledge about the Holocaust.
    3. Among the items most frequentlyconfiscated from German Jews as they boarded deportation trainswere blank postcards and postage stamps; authorities in Würzburgcollected 358 six-pfennig postcards, 142 six-pfennig stamps, and273 twelve-pfennig stamps before sending deportees on their wayon 24 March 1942
    4. One Berliner “watched his fellow passengers as he trav-eled past the burning Fasenenstrasse synagogue between the S-Bahnstations Savignyplatz and Zoologischer Garten the next morning:‘only a few looked up to see out the window, shrugged their shoul-ders, and went back to their paper.
    5. The cities are administeredby mayors and councilmen drawn from his movement. The govern-ments of the states and the state parliaments are in the hands ofparty members
    6. apoliceman’s “perp book”: “a small selection” of photographs fea-tured photographs of the imprisoned physicians, lawyers, and otherprofessionals whose newly shaven heads created the “eternal sem-blances” by which Jews dissolved into criminals.1
    7. “What am I going to do?” won-dered Richard Tesch, an owner of a bakery in Ballendstedt’s mar-ketplace: “Israel has been buying goods from me for a long time.Am I supposed to no longer sell to him? And if I do it anyway, thenI’ve lost the other customers.
    8. s aresult, Victor Klemperer could repeatedly “run into” one of Hitler’sReichstag speeches. “I could not get away from it for an hour. Firstfrom an open shop, then in the bank, then from a shop again.”66Radio as well as film turned Nazism into spectacle.
    9. Tacked onto the doorways of apartments, posters, labels, and badgesattested to the fact that nearly all residents belonged to the People’sWelfare or contributed to Winter Relief.

      signaling you belonged, if you didnt participate you were probably suspected of being a subversive

    10. Young people don’t walk anymore; they march.” “Ev-erywhere friends are professing themselves for Hitler.” To livein Nazi Germany, Ebermayer wrote, was to “become ever morelonely.”
    11. “Hei hatte sagt, wer non ganz un gar nichwolle, vor dän in Deutschland keine Raum”—“he said there is noroom in Germany for people who simply refuse to take part.”
    12. Hermann Aue “(very Left),” thoughtthe Nazis would be gone within a year, so he was inclined to stickwith the Social Democrats. But several Communists who had re-portedly joined a local SA group suspected that the Nazis would bearound for some time.
    13. In this case it was the Nuremberg Laws, which distinguished Ger-man citizens from Jewish noncitizens: “hunting down innocentpeople is expanded a thousand times,” he raged; “hate is sown amillionfold.”
    14. The fact is that it is totally possible,” he carefully noted,“that the National Socialist state would use such a law to make it aduty for those without means and who are dependent on handoutsfrom the state to more or less ‘voluntarily’ take their lives.
    15. “the police have theresponsibility to safeguard the organic unity of the German people,its vital energies, and its facilities from destruction and disintegra-tion.” This definition gave the police extremely wide latitude. Any-thing that did not fit the normative standards of the people’s com-munity or could be construed as an agent of social dissolutiontheoretically fell under the purview of the police.
    16. We have to go with the times, even if thereare many, many things that we do not agree with. To swim againstthe current just makes matters worse.”
    17. What was necessary, he insisted, was to“recognize yourself” (“Erkenne dich selbst”), which meant identi-fying with the idealized portraits of new Germans and following thetenets of hereditary biology to find a suitable partner for marriage,to marry only for love, and to provide the Volk with healthy chil-dren.
    18. In November in Weimar, he promised that “if to-day there are still people in Germany who say: ‘We are not goingjoin your community, but stay just as we always have been,’ then Isay: ‘You will die off, but after you there will a young generationthat doesn’t know anything else!’”


    19. The journalistSebastian Haffner noted that people in his circle in Berlin suddenlyfelt authorized to express an opinion on the “Jewish question,”speaking fluently about quotas on Jews, percentages of Jews, anddegrees of Jewish influence
    20. During the war Klemperer, like so manyother Jews, was forced to move into the drastically smaller quartersof a “Jew house,” which meant that he had to dispose of books andpapers. “[I] am virtually ravaging my past,” he wrote in his di-ary on 21 May 1941. “The principal activity” of the next daywas “burning, burning, burning for hours on end: heaps of letters,manuscripts.

      nazis enforced the creation of aryan archives and forced the destruction of jewish ones, creating an imbalance in how much material there was in order to control the historical narrative

    21. As a result, Germans could imagine one another infront of the radio listening to the same program: “Sunday isWunschkonzert,” wrote one soldier to his family back home; “youcertainly will be listening too.”
    22. He believed Germans feltthat “it’s just us now” when they lived without Jews. “Just us” alsoexpressed the closed circle in which Germans could see and experi-ence “ourselves” as “we are” and as “we have become.”
    23. but even then nothing made the “com-munity of fate” more compelling than “the conviction that therewill no longer be future for Germany after a lost war.”

      sunk-cost fallacy-- they put so much investment into this, they can't back out

    24. “Ifonly the good old days would come back again, just one more time.Why do we have to have this dreadful war, which has disrupted ourpeaceful lives, broken our happiness, and dissolved all our big andlittle hopes for a new house into nothing?”
    25. But when the German cheers wouldnot stop, “Hitler sensed a popular mood, a longing for peace andreconciliation.” This was also an indication of the general content-ment with things as they were.
    26. heexplained in tears that her two sons had fallen in battle and the bal-lot had been their voice. 61The text precisely captures the way many people thought of Ger-many: as the tenacious underdog finally asserting its rights.
    27. The dreamof the Volkswagen seemed to promise “a new, happier age” thatwould make “the German people rich and Germany beautiful,” asHitler put it. Indeed, the Volkswagen functioned as a symbol for thenewly won capacity to dream about the future: in this fundamentalsense, the Nazis appeared as “men of the future.”
    28. he reports confirm that workers creditedHitler, in particular, for the restoration of economic stability.

      note: consider lean of the documents. hitler employees have reason to write reports speaking well of their progress, plus climate of fear may have been pressuring workers to speak well of hitler. nevertheless valid point

    29. the reports indicate that “workers not only wereunfree . . . but that most of them felt they were unfree, exploited,discriminated against and the victims of an unfair, class-ridden soci-ety.” Even during the boom years of 1937–39, “signs indicated thatNazism was further losing ground among workers.”

      counter to the argument made in the chapter, many workers under the nazi regime did not feel as though enough progress was being made

    30. Ger-mans wore special badges to show they had donated their marks;the badges functioned so as to make citizens accountable to them-selves. “On Sundays,” Hauser remarked, “when collecting for theWinter-Relief Fund is going on in the streets no one would darewalk abroad without a badge pinned conspicuously to his coat.”
    31. One-potmeals on the first Sunday of every month provided opportunitiesfor party representatives to go from door to door in the evening asthey collected the pfennigs that had been “saved,” and to snoop.

      volunteer activity as a PR cover for nazis, an opportunity to see who might be a subversive, and to create atmosphere of fear among people who didn't contribute to the cause. very red-scare "snitch on your neighbor"-esque

    32. Evenbefore Hitler spoke (8:00 p.m.), the choreography of May Day hadfastened the links between workers and the nation, between ma-chinists and machine-age dreams, between technical mastery andnational prowess
    33. “Something had to be done”—these were the simple, conclusive words voiced by a friend of KarlDürkefälden’s, jobless and a new convert to Nazism. His wordswere echoed by thousands of workers in the winter and springof 1933; though a socialist, Karl himself understood—“it’s truetoo,” he added parenthetically in his diary entry.
    34. Dürkefälden wasalso able to describe something Elisabeth Gebensleben could not,namely, the story of how working-class conversions helped to cre-ate National Socialism.
    35. When Karl pro-tested that local Nazis had arrested young workers in the neigh-borhood and seized a trade union building, his father retorted indialect, “Ordnung mot sein,” “You have to have order.”
    36. “he doesn’t want to take part in any waragain,” Karl reported; “he has had enough.”
    37. restricting their rep-resentation in the professions to their proportion in the population:“that is one percent.” Moreover, she explained, “Jews want to rule,not serve.” The proof: “have you ever heard of a Jewish maid or aJewish laundry woman?”
    38. “I was overcomewith a burning desire to belong to these people for whom it was amatter of life and death.” Maschmann herself was drawn to the“socialist tendency” of the Nazi movement, the idea of the people’scommunity,
    39. the officially organized boycott of Jewish businesses on 1April 1933 required a more considered answer. Elisabeth beganwith a concession, contrasting the “happiness” of the world-histor-ical events taking place in Germany with her “sympathy” for “thefate of the individual.”
    40. ample, “is now a Nazi because of his job, but only for show.”Peine’s barber was in the SA, but Karl thought for “professionalreasons” only.
    41. what he saw was an increas-ingly Nazified community in which neighbors now took notice ofKarl’s behavior and club members adjusted their own. What Karlwas resisting as he stood alongside his wife was the pressure to con-form, if only for the sake of appearances.
    42. sincediscussions about Jewish suffering frequently switched to the sub-ject of German suffering: “Versailles” had taken the “opportunitiesfor life” away from Germans, who were now “completely under-standably” fighting back on behalf of their “own sons.”

      "versailles" refers to the treaty of versailles, which placed the debt of ww1 on germany and tanked the economy.

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:00][^1^][1] - [01:04:26][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo est un webinaire sur les logiciels libres et open source, animé par Laurent Destailleur, expert en solutions libres pour les associations. Il présente les principes, les avantages et les exemples de logiciels libres et open source, ainsi que les solutions adaptées aux besoins des associations.

      Points clés: + [00:04:13][^3^][3] Qu'est-ce qu'un logiciel libre et open source ? * Un logiciel qui respecte les quatre libertés fondamentales : utiliser, étudier, modifier et redistribuer le logiciel * Un logiciel dont le code source est accessible et modifiable par tous * Un logiciel qui s'oppose au logiciel propriétaire, qui est fermé et restrictif * Un logiciel qui peut être gratuit ou payant, mais qui garantit la liberté des utilisateurs + [00:11:21][^4^][4] Quels sont les avantages des logiciels libres et open source ? * Une meilleure sécurité, car les failles sont détectées et corrigées plus rapidement par la communauté * Une meilleure transparence, car on peut savoir ce que fait le logiciel et éviter les mouchards ou les logiciels malveillants * Une meilleure pérennité, car le logiciel ne dépend pas d'un éditeur unique et peut être maintenu par d'autres acteurs * Une meilleure adaptabilité, car le logiciel peut être modifié et personnalisé selon les besoins des utilisateurs + [00:19:19][^5^][5] Quels sont les exemples de logiciels libres et open source ? * Il existe des logiciels libres et open source pour presque tous les domaines et tous les besoins * Il existe des logiciels libres et open source qui sont des alternatives aux logiciels propriétaires les plus connus, comme LibreOffice, GIMP, Firefox, etc. * Il existe des logiciels libres et open source qui sont des solutions spécifiques pour les associations, comme Dolibarr, AssoConnect, DoliAsso, etc. * Il existe des logiciels libres et open source qui sont des services en ligne, qui s'installent dans le cloud et qui offrent plus de simplicité et de mobilité + [00:32:51][^6^][6] Quelles sont les solutions libres et open source pour les associations ? * Il faut choisir les solutions en fonction des besoins et des contraintes de chaque association, en tenant compte du budget, du niveau technique, du nombre d'utilisateurs, etc. * Il faut comparer les solutions entre elles, en utilisant des critères objectifs, comme les fonctionnalités, la facilité d'utilisation, le support, etc. * Il faut tester les solutions avant de les adopter, en profitant des périodes d'essai, des versions de démonstration, des formations, etc. * Il faut se faire accompagner par des experts ou des prestataires, qui peuvent aider à installer, configurer, former, maintenir, etc. les solutions choisies

      Résumé de la vidéo [00:35:00][^1^][1] - [01:04:26][^2^][2]:

      Cette partie de la vidéo présente les solutions libres et open source pour les associations, en distinguant les logiciels installés en local et les logiciels dans le cloud. Elle donne des exemples de logiciels libres pour différents besoins, tels que la bureautique, la comptabilité, la gestion des contacts, la communication, etc. Elle explique également les avantages et les inconvénients de chaque type de logiciel, ainsi que les critères de choix à prendre en compte.

      Points clés: + [00:35:00][^3^][3] Les logiciels installés en local * Nécessitent une installation et une maintenance sur chaque poste * Permettent de garder le contrôle des données * Exemples : LibreOffice, Dolibarr, Gimp, Inkscape, etc. + [00:46:00][^4^][4] Les logiciels dans le cloud * Accessibles depuis n'importe quel navigateur web * Facilitent le travail collaboratif et la mobilité * Exemples : BlueMind, Framasoft, AssoConnect, DoliCloud, etc. + [00:58:00][^5^][5] Les critères de choix d'un logiciel libre * La fonctionnalité et la compatibilité avec les besoins * La facilité d'utilisation et la documentation * La pérennité et la communauté du projet * Le coût et le modèle économique * La sécurité et la confidentialité des données

  8. Jan 2024
    1. for - dream research

      Summary - This presents a new theory of dreams that challenge Freud and Jung's interpretation of dreams. - It is intriguing, as it posits that the dream state is the default state of the brain. - it makes more sense to me.

      source - google search - does dreaming allow cognitive during waking state to be possible?

    1. for - circular economy - kitchen - circular economy - furniture - circular kitchen - Stykka - modular furniture

      comment - sadly, it's not open source, but this is to be expected with most mainstream businesses. - the problem is in trying to protect one's IP and look after self-interest, it scales very slowly. - we need open-source, circular economy, open-source, circular furniture and open-source circular kitchen

    1. les cahiers de l'action que je vous présente ici mais que vous verrez également en ligne qui est accessible à 00:02:39 la fois sur le site de ninja paix sur le portail de deux revues kern et kate une collection à l'insep
    1. for - spiritual collectives - non-dogmatic spirituality

      summary adjacency between - spiritual collectives - Deep Humanity - Adjacency statement - There is a growing movement of people disenchanted with the contradictions, trauma or dogma of many mainstream religions. - Evangelical pastors and followers are converting to a more open and inclusive spiritual practice. - This growing movement has close resemblance to Deep Humanity in its openess to all religions and spiritual practices as long as they do not bring harm, and the lack of dogmatism. - There could be a good opportunity for synergies since spiritual collectives take an open source / commons approach to spiritual practice wherein we collaborate to surface the best principles to live by. - From a commons / open source perspective, we give this the name - open source religion - open source spirituality

    1. 'idée de talent a été formidablement déconstruite par la neuroscientifique samakaraki que l'on avait reçu ici
    2. bref résultat selon le CDE il faut en moyenne six générations 00:18:36 pour sortir de la pauvreté
    3. la richesse n'est clairement pas répartie en fonction de l'intelligence par exemple comme le montre l'excellent monté de la chaîne linguistique
    4. comme le montrer avec pédagogie cette petite émission d'alternative économique
    1. This is true for other tasks besides design — frontend implementation, backend implementation, QA, etc — would we create unique types for each? Our suggestion here to teams today is often to break down the work into issues, or now tasks, for each uniquely assignable/trackable piece of work. You could do the same for design, where the task or issue is used to track status, discuss progress and maybe even WIP, but is focused on being SSOT for status rather than design.
    2. Personally I think we could get a ton more benefits and would also be able to pull new users into our platform by finding better ways to integrate/link/connect/display Figma in our work item objects. Today the biggest downside for "Design management" is that it's basically just a copy of what's happening inside of Figma that has to be manually kept in sync and requires users to constantly switch back and forth:
  9. Dec 2023
    1. Ultra deep geothermal power
      • for:: clean energy source with high energy density -;ultra deep brother power

      • comment

        • a practical, cost-effective, initiator ubiquitous, reliable high energy density substitute for fossil fuels can
          • give us authentic hope and
          • propose complimentary actions that can now make sense like
            • temporary energy diet until the practical solution manifests
    1. Are you two serious? Instead of advocating to fix this bug you go out of your way to post another bug report to advocate the devs to dig in their heels?! How about standardizing some devastating needed questions in the technology industry: 1. How does this help productive members of society? 2. Does this serve a useful purpose? 3. Should I be doing this? 4. Have I had a full, non-interrupted, rational conversation with multiple people who disagrees to help determine if I have objectively determined my answers to the first three questions?
      • for: futures - neo-Venetian crypto-networks, Global Chinese Commons, GCC, cosmolocal, coordiNation, somewheres, everywheres, nowheres, Global System One, Global System Two, Global System Three, contributory accounting, fourth sector, protocol cooperative, mutual coordination economics

      • summary

      • learned something new
        • I learned a number of new ideas from reading Michel's article. He gives a brief meta-history of our political-socio-economic system, using Peter Pogany's framework of Global System One, Two and Three and within this argues for why a marriage of blockchain systems and cosmolocal production systems could create a "fourth sector" for the transition to Global System Three.
        • He cites evidence of existing trends already pointing in this direction, drawing from his research in P2P Foundation
    1. Contributory accounting
      • for: open source - contributory accounting, Indyweb - contributory accounting, open source accounting - indyweb - provenance

      • comment

        • Indyweb's people-centered, interpersonal design enables granular contributory accounting within the network through the feature known as provenance, that tracks the evolution of shared ideas within a network
        • this is done without blockchain, a blockchainless ecosystem
  10. Nov 2023
    1. @tmoschou You can find the source for Apple's pkill on opensource.apple.com/source. It's together with other utilities in the collection adv_cmds. Maybe you can spot the bug.
  11. Oct 2023
    1. LYNCH: No. I think a film is digested ideas andprocesses. If you take from things that have gonethrough that process, you’re further away from thesource. Ideas are the most important things. Andthey seem to be lying there in an ocean andavailable. So if you could go in and get your ownidea—now, it may have similarities to many thingsthat have gone before, but you feel it’s yours, andyou fall in love with it. And that’s a very goodfeeling.
  12. Sep 2023
    1. All publications can be found here. Libraries are listed where physical copies are available.

  13. Aug 2023
    1. https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/source/courcon1.asp

      Medieval Sourcebook: Robert de Courçon: Statutes for the University of Paris, 1215 The basic course was in the arts. Of the other faculties theology was best represented at Paris, law at Bologna, and medicine at Salerno. Robert de Courçon's statutes lay down the course in arts and enumerate the books to be studied. Students were expect to be able to teach as well as learn.

    1. to live for the common good is a very good purpose but purpose is a gift and the purpose of our life here on Earth is to change the environment which we met for something better because there is 00:21:54 always an opportunity for something better [Music] or to be in a learning mode and we when we know things to be in a teaching mode 00:22:11 also that is propagating what we know sharing it with others and making this knowledge open source for the world and especially to help train a young 00:22:24 generation of new leaders who are going to be the ones that grapple with these problems
      • for: open source, indyweb, open learning commons, radical collaboration, individual / collective entanglement
      • paraphrase
      • quote
        • to live for the common good is a very good purpose but
        • purpose is a gift and the purpose of our life here on Earth is to change the environment which we met for something better because there is always an opportunity for something better
      • author
        • Obiora Ike
      • quote
        • I would urge us all to be in a learning mode and
        • we when we know things to be in a teaching mode also
        • that is propagating what we know
        • sharing it with others and
        • making this knowledge open source for the world and
        • especially to help train a young generation of new leaders who are going to be the ones that grapple with these problems
      • author
        • Jeffrey Sachs
  14. Jul 2023
    1. street bands, made up of various combinations of brass instruments, clarinets, and drums, which played marches, hymns, popular songs

      open-air performances - needed loud instruments

  15. Jun 2023
    1. 10% more or less of academic libraries in the US use an open source system after all that time. And about either 17 or 14, I'd have the number in front of me for and to public libraries are using an open source I L S

      Percentage of open source ILS in academic and public libraries

    1. Modal jazz rarely adheres strictly to the classical modes (Dorian, Phrygian, etc.), but it creates their flavour, or in some cases that of other non-diatonic scales, such as those of Spanish or Indian music
    2. relatively undemanding by comparison with those based on chord progressions. Because it is free of frequent harmonic interruption it can more easily create an unhurried and meditative feeling. Many performances are based on a two-chord sequence or a drone. The absence of frequent chord changes alone is sometimes regarded as defining modal jazz
  16. May 2023
    1. Open source – All software required to run the infrastructure should be available under an open source license. This does not include other software that may be involved with running the organisation.

      {Open Source}

  17. Apr 2023
    1. Twitter is a neat illustration of the problem with benevolent dictatorships: they work well, but fail badly. Because they are property — not protocols — they can change hands, and overnight, you get a new, malevolent dictator who wants to retool the system for extraction, rather than collaboration.

      Benevolent dictatorships: work well; fail badly

      Twitter is the example listed here. But I wonder about benevolent dictatorships in open source. One example: does Linus have a sound succession plan for Linux? (Can such a succession plan even be tested and adjusted?)

    1. How do I store when coming across an actual FACT? .t3_12bvcmn._2FCtq-QzlfuN-SwVMUZMM3 { --postTitle-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; --postTitleLink-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; --postBodyLink-VisitedLinkColor: #989898; } questionLet's say I am trying to absorb a 30min documentary about the importance of sleep and the term human body cells is being mentioned, I want to remember what a "Cell" is so I make a note "What is a Cell in a Human Body?", search the google, find the definition and paste it into this note, my concern is, what is this note considered, a fleeting, literature, or permanent? how do I tag it...

      reply to u/iamharunjonuzi at https://www.reddit.com/r/Zettelkasten/comments/12bvcmn/how_do_i_store_when_coming_across_an_actual_fact/

      How central is the fact to what you're working at potentially developing? Often for what may seem like basic facts that are broadly useful, but not specific to things I'm actively developing, I'll leave basic facts like that as short notes on the source/reference cards (some may say literature notes) where I found them rather than writing them out in full as their own cards.

      If I were a future biologist, as a student I might consider that I would soon know really well what a cell was and not bother to have a primary zettel on something so commonplace unless I was collecting various definitions to compare and contrast for something specific. Alternately as a non-biologist or someone that doesn't use the idea frequently, then perhaps it may merit more space for connecting to others?

      Of course you can always have it written along with the original source and "promote" it to its own card later if you feel it's necessary, so you're covered either way. I tend to put the most interesting and surprising ideas into my main box to try to maximize what comes back out of it. If there were 2 more interesting ideas than the definition of cell in that documentary, then I would probably leave the definition with the source and focus on the more important ideas as their own zettels.

      As a rule of thumb, for those familiar with Bloom's taxonomy in education, I tend to leave the lower level learning-based notes relating to remembering and understanding as shorter (literature) notes on the source's reference card and use the main cards for the higher levels (apply, analyze, evaluate, create).

      Ultimately, time, practice, and experience will help you determine for yourself what is most useful and where. Until you've developed a feel for what works best for you, just write it down somewhere and you can't really go too far wrong.

  18. Mar 2023
    1. Apple Acknowledges OpenStreetMap

      The fact that Apple Maps would not/could not exist without OpenStreetMap, and yet Apple, Inc. has not spoken that organization's name aloud once.

      When I can get people to just hear me out on that fact, they are almost always astonished and activated.

      So, that's why I'm annotating here. Howdy, Timbo!

    1. We believe that being open source is one of the most important features of Bitwarden. Source code transparency is an absolute requirement for security solutions like Bitwarden.
    1. Whisper is a general-purpose speech recognition model. It is trained on a large dataset of diverse audio and is also a multi-task model that can perform multilingual speech recognition as well as speech translation and language identification.

      Whisper는 범용 음성 인식 모델입니다. 다양한 오디오의 대규모 데이터 세트를 학습하고 다국어 음성 인식, 음성 번역, 언어 식별을 수행할 수 있는 멀티태스킹 모델이기도 합니다.

    1. OpenChatKit은 다양한 응용 프로그램을위한 특수 및 범용 챗봇을 모두 생성 할 수있는 강력한 오픈 소스 기반을 제공합니다. 우리는 협력 법과 온 토코교육 데이터 세트를 작성합니다. 모델 릴리스 그 이상으로 이것은 오픈 소스 프로젝트의 시작입니다. 우리는 지역 사회 공헌으로 지속적인 개선을위한 도구와 프로세스를 발표하고 있습니다.Together는 오픈 소스 기초 모델이보다 포괄적이고 투명하며 강력하며 능력이 있다고 생각합니다. 우리는 공개하고 있습니다 OpenChatKit 0.15 소스 코드, 모델 가중치 및 교육 데이터 세트에 대한 전체 액세스 권한이있는 Apache-2.0 라이센스에 따라. 이것은 커뮤니티 중심의 프로젝트이며, 우리는 그것이 어떻게 발전하고 성장하는지 보게되어 기쁩니다!유용한 챗봇은 자연 언어로 된 지침을 따르고 대화 상자에서 컨텍스트를 유지하며 응답을 조정해야합니다. OpenChatKit은이베이스에서 특수 제작 된 챗봇을 도출하기위한 기본 봇과 빌딩 블록을 제공합니다.이 키트에는 4 가지 주요 구성 요소가 있습니다:100 % 탄소 음성 계산에 대한 4,300 만 건 이상의 명령으로 EleutherAI의 GPT-NeoX-20B에서 채팅을 위해 미세 조정 된 명령 조정 된 대용량 언어 모델;작업을 정확하게 수행하기 위해 모델을 미세 조정하는 사용자 정의 레시피;추론시 문서 저장소, API 또는 기타 실시간 업데이트 정보 소스의 정보로 봇 응답을 보강 할 수있는 확장 가능한 검색 시스템;봇이 응답하는 질문을 필터링하도록 설계된 GPT-JT-6B로 미세 조정 된 조정 모델.OpenChatKit에는 사용자가 피드백을 제공하고 커뮤니티 구성원이 새로운 데이터 세트를 추가 할 수 있도록하는 도구가 포함되어 있습니다. 시간이 지남에 따라 LLM을 개선 할 수있는 개방형 교육 데이터 모음에 기여합니다.

      OpenChatKit은 다양한 응용 프로그램을위한 특수 및 범용 챗봇을 모두 생성 할 수있는 강력한 오픈 소스 기반을 제공합니다. 우리는 협력 법과 온 토코교육 데이터 세트를 작성합니다. 모델 릴리스 그 이상으로 이것은 오픈 소스 프로젝트의 시작입니다. 우리는 지역 사회 공헌으로 지속적인 개선을위한 도구와 프로세스를 발표하고 있습니다.

      Together는 오픈 소스 기초 모델이보다 포괄적이고 투명하며 강력하며 능력이 있다고 생각합니다. 우리는 공개하고 있습니다 OpenChatKit 0.15 소스 코드, 모델 가중치 및 교육 데이터 세트에 대한 전체 액세스 권한이있는 Apache-2.0 라이센스에 따라. 이것은 커뮤니티 중심의 프로젝트이며, 우리는 그것이 어떻게 발전하고 성장하는지 보게되어 기쁩니다!

      유용한 챗봇은 자연 언어로 된 지침을 따르고 대화 상자에서 컨텍스트를 유지하며 응답을 조정해야합니다. OpenChatKit은이베이스에서 특수 제작 된 챗봇을 도출하기위한 기본 봇과 빌딩 블록을 제공합니다.

      이 키트에는 4 가지 주요 구성 요소가 있습니다:

      100 % 탄소 음성 계산에 대한 4,300 만 건 이상의 명령으로 EleutherAI의 GPT-NeoX-20B에서 채팅을 위해 미세 조정 된 명령 조정 된 대용량 언어 모델;

      작업을 정확하게 수행하기 위해 모델을 미세 조정하는 사용자 정의 레시피;

      추론시 문서 저장소, API 또는 기타 실시간 업데이트 정보 소스의 정보로 봇 응답을 보강 할 수있는 확장 가능한 검색 시스템;

      봇이 응답하는 질문을 필터링하도록 설계된 GPT-JT-6B로 미세 조정 된 조정 모델.

  19. Feb 2023
    1. I have you two sheet boxes I gave up on that I'm using a to buy from a colleague of mine he's written a small program 00:46:58 based on lumen set accustomed but it's a one-man show I mean he's it's not an open-source project but it's the only one that really tries to emulate that system so 00:47:11 I'm using that at the moment

      Ahrens had started out using his method in an analog process using shoe boxes, but in 2018 was using a small program based on Luhmann's process, but it was a one man show and wasn't an open source project.

      (I'm pretty sure this is Daniel Lüdecke's ZKN3, but should double check.)