@CodingItWrong Here you go.
- OpenShot https://www.openshot.org/
- ShotCut https://shotcut.org/
- Blender https://www.blender.org/features/video-editing/
- Kdelive https://kdenlive.org/en/
- Olive https://www.olivevideoeditor.org/
- Flowblade https://jliljebl.github.io/flowblade/index.html
- Avidemux http://avidemux.sourceforge.net/
- VidCutter https://github.com/ozmartian/vidcutter
- LiVES http://lives-video.com/
- Natron https://natrongithub.github.io/
Spricht hier jemand Finnisch, Norwegisch oder Koreanisch und wäre bereit, für das erste Spiel eines dreiköpfigen Indie-Entwicklerinnenteams etwa 400 Worte zu übersetzen? Die würden sich wahnsinnig freuen! Ich stelle gerne den Kontakt her. #gerneRT
Ahahahaa, thanks @Venn
I can't even… https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/4556/inotch/
> iNotch for GNOME Shell
> Add a useless notch to your screen.
Absage-Statement von Raul Krauthausen: https://twitter.com/raulde/status/1450874151691034628
Basically, epub is a lot like HTML email:
whoah, I've just noticed that Neil Sloane mentioned one of my integer sequences in a talk at Doron Zeilberger's experimental math class! http://oeis.org/A268176/a268176.pdf
If coming up with questions was as hard as answering them, I'd feel a real sense of achievement now
I'm currently talking with yet another #blind person that does not wish to use a #WhiteCane. Because that would mean admitting they cannot navigate without it. And more importantly, because that would mean everyone else could see they're blind.
It is only one among many that I've talked to. So many people that prefer constantly having to ask someone for help, or painfully bumping their leg into things, to being noticed as blind. Because they think having a cane will make people avoid talking to them (and they're not wrong).
Remember this Chrome headless bug that I’ve been obsessing about?
Turns out that this is a known bug in Chrome headless on Linux. To fix it either turn off hinting or subpixel positioning
Weil der Shatner doch in Bezos Rakete fliegen durfte... Dr. Mae Jemison
Suggestions for mathematical diagrams that you might want to assess a student's interaction with, please. Interaction could be moving objects in the diagram, typing a number or formula in a box, or ticking checkboxes.
So far I've got...
Placing objects on a Venn diagram: drag a point to an appropriate position, or tick boxes representing membership in each of the sets.
Move a point to given coordinates: drag a point on a grid, or type in Cartesian coordinates
Never betting against the web.
Works at krautzource, IE on ARIAWG, used to work for MathJax, runs mathblogging.org & BoolesRings.org.
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