My Twitter Digest for 01/30/2017

My Twitter Digest for 01/27/2017

Open source Tuleap provides soup to nuts dev suite

Tuleap is the integrated application development suite for all your software engineering needs, agile or not.

Source: Tuleap Features

Built on CentOS, Tuleap provides project management, code repositories, continuous integration and collaboration features.

My Twitter Digest for 01/20/2017

My Twitter Digest for 01/19/2017

My Twitter Digest for 01/18/2017

Open Educational Resources at UW-Madison – Medium

In 2015, LSS conducted a pilot test of Pressbooks (an open-source book publishing tool built upon the popular WordPress CMS) for creating OER in the College of Letters & Science in Fall 2015. The pilot was a success, and in January 2016, I wrote to Unizin (a consortium of several public research universities that UW-Madison belongs to) to see whether they’d be willing to host instances of Pressbooks (and some additional plugins) for their members schools. Unizin agreed to our proposal and after a brief testing period with UW-Madison, Ohio State University, and the University of Minnesota, Unizin began hosting a full production instance of Pressbooks for UW-Madison on August 1, 2016. Our small but growing catalog of openly licensed texts developed and published by UW affiliates can be found at

Source: Open Educational Resources at UW-Madison – Medium

The Ultimate WordPress Development Environment – wpmudev

Over the past couple of years, I’ve written loads of tutorials here on the WPMU DEV Blog in which I share tidbits about the development environments I use. So today, I thought it’s about time I share a full environment, the kind I would put together and use for larger scale development. Roll up your sleeves and get ready to get your hands dirty! Because below is a full walkthrough of the kind of development environment I set up, and how you do can it, too.

Source: The Ultimate WordPress Development Environment – wpmudev

My Twitter Digest for 01/17/2017

Mycroft Available as Raspberry Pi Image – Mycroft

Mycroft now has a Raspberry Pi image that is ready to run. Developers, makers, hackers and enthusiasts can download the image to their Raspberry Pi and create their own Mycroft enabled projects.
This image is specifically designed to run without any configuration on your own Raspberry Pi 2 or 3.  Just plug-in a speaker and a low-cost USB microphone, and you have everything you need to start working on your own voice agent.

Source: Mycroft Available as Raspberry Pi Image – Mycroft