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I’m very anti-spam, and I’d been thinking about some ways that people might be able to safely subscribe to a list of people that they would not see the content in an RSS feed from. I had previously come up with several methods of doing this with other technologies – (I think) the more complicated the better. I don’t really have time to develop things further at the moment so I thought I’d start with something that I have known to work for several years – so I wrote a fully functioning module that does what I want. I’m sending out the SELF-DOCUMENTED mail to all of my friends. All it does is strip any html tags and deliver the text; the source for the module is freely available. I am not sending any unnecessary information. It’s just a safe and simple way to do a proper unsubscribe, and I will be pleased to receive requests to alter this.

Lately, the US and the EU have been victimizing us with all sorts of restrictions (GPL and free in every way is the only exception). In contrast, India does what it does very well: it hurts your competition by offering cheap labor and a poor cost-of-living for its people.

Open-source means open, meaning open to the public. I’ll be honest here: in the same spirit, I’m planning to create a BaaS for Moodle: which I’ll freely distribute, but only to my associates and partners.

This guy is a freeloader. If he had free access to the community he would have done more work. Most of the tiktok creators don’t have experience. A guy is always free to create something. he knows nothing. That’s the reason why they create very bad and crappy lip sync videos.

Bob Ross is an artist whose stuff I consider to be some of the most inspirational short educational animations ever made. They are not something that you can whip up in a weekend, and they take a lot of dedication, time and effort to make, but the pleasure you get in return is incomparable. You can watch any of his videos any time, and they still work and continue to teach you about art and perspective. And the best thing about them is that they’re free to make. If you want to learn more about his style of drawing, check out his official site. There’s a lot of free stuff there as well.
Hi Martin,It’s been a while. How are you No (yawn), Totara does not have any restrictions on redistribution. It is licensed GPLv3 and I have made this clear countless times. And yes, after all these years I do understand both the spirit and the letter of the GPL. Nowhere does the GPL oblige us to offer our time for free. Yes, all our clients can redistribute the code – absolutely. That’s immutable. There’s never been any debate around that so I don’t know why it keeps coming up – just seems like an endless game of point-scoring. We can’t break the license, it would be illegal, and nor would we want to. It is exactly those freedoms we want our customers to enjoy. And Martin D has himself said we’re not.
And no I am not remotely interested in your jobs no matter how you describe them because I never had any hope you have any interest in what I have to say. You just do not get it. You are a software company – a bunch of software engineers – not a charity like TSC I do not care about your aims – most certainly not what you think I care about. I can’t be bothered with all that. I just want to get on with my life as I see it. And if others want to disrupt that with their agendas then you are a minority. So go f**k yourself and go find another hobby to do on your free time