I've learnt recently that finding reviewers for software papers is trickier than I guessed! If you want to help out & think Open Source scientific software is awesome, you can volunteer to review for @JOSS_TheOJ@twitter.com here: http://joss.theoj.org/reviewer-signup.html or learn more: https://joss.theoj.org/about
After one year working with free and open source software, it's time to reflect on my experiences as a #Mastodon user and translator.
I convinced my phone that my Linux desktop is a bluetooth audio sink and routed it through pulseaudio into the headphones plugged into my desktop sound card
Linux is cool yo
Eisha Chen-yen-su is working on a #rustlang crate for cellular automata, with an eye towards doing the computation on GPUs: https://eishagsoc.wordpress.com/2018/08/29/rlife-a-cellular-automata-library-written-in-rust/
Blog post! "Oxidizing sourmash: WebAssembly" and the road to client-side browser bioinformatics using @rustwasm =)
(With a shout out to @munkium for the great example!)
📗 Today I'm publishing a series of blog posts: From Rust to beyond.
First episode: Prelude, https://mnt.io/2018/08/21/from-rust-to-beyond-prelude/.
Next episode in few days.
Hey look, a new blog post! "Oxidizing sourmash: Python and FFI", my adventures learning @rustlang and not breaking everything along the way =]
me: so tell me about yourself
you: *modem noise*
me: gosh yeah I've been there
Great message from @bitshiftmask (it was in the embedded systems context, but applies to science too!)
Oficina amanhã na UFABC (8h em SBC, 19h em STA): "Democracia e sociedade da informação - Urnas eletrônicas de 3a. geração". O prof. @mariogazziro discutirá tecnologias de urnas eletrônicas, e demonstrará um protótipo de urna que ele desenvolveu e visa garantir auditabilidade. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DkqWwQLWsAERkvY.jpg