Teenage Engineering releases a “poor man’s” modular synthesiser system :: Dezeen

Teenage Engineering releases a “poor man’s” modular synthesiser system :: Dezeen https://www.dezeen.com/2019/01/28/teenage-engineering-releases-poor-mans-modular-synthesiser-design/

Onsen UI 2: Beautiful HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework and Tools


Make beautiful hybrid mobile apps using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Works with or without any framework including Angular, Meteor, React and Vue. iOS and Android.

Source: Onsen UI 2: Beautiful HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework and Tools

SMA30 A Simplified WiFi Throttle You Can Customize | Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

SMA30 A Simplified WiFi Throttle You Can Customize | Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

https://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/35652

My Modern PHP Development Setup · John Mackenzie | Software Engineer

My Modern PHP Development Setup · John Mackenzie | Software Engineer https://www.johnmackenzie.co.uk/post/my-modern-php-development-setup/

Podman and user namespaces: A marriage made in heaven | Opensource.com

User namespace allows you to specify a user identifier (UID) and group identifier (GID) mapping to run your containers. This means you can run as UID 0 inside the container and UID 100000 outside the container. If your container processes escape the container, the kernel will treat them as UID 100000. Not only that, but any file object owned by a UID that isn’t mapped into the user namespace will be treated as owned by “nobody” (65534, kernel.overflowuid), and the container process will not be allowed access unless the object is accessible by “other” (world readable/writable).

Podman and user namespaces: A marriage made in heaven | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/article/18/12/podman-and-user-namespaces

LXD 3.8 has been released – News – Linux Containers Forum

LXD 3.8 has been released – News – Linux Containers Forum https://discuss.linuxcontainers.org/t/lxd-3-8-has-been-released/3450

Berkman’s TagTeam is an open source feed aggregator and tagging system

TagTeam is an RSS / Atom / RDF aggregator with the ability to filter and remix its input feeds with a high degree of flexibility.

Items can be added directly to TagTeam “bookmarking collections” via the provided delicious-like bookmarklet, and these items can be remixed and filtered like any other item.

TagTeam can aggregate content from anything that emits RSS, Atom, or RDF. This includes delicious, zotero, WordPress, twitter, mediawiki, connotea, blogger, github, and too many other applications and services to mention. It uses the feed-abstract gem, written as part of this project to create a better way of dealing with structured feeds. feed-abstract understands some generators and does magical things – like turning twitter hashtags into actual tags on aggregated items.

TagTeam can import Delicious and Connotea backups directly into a bookmark collection, and will support more formats soon.

Remixed feeds are available as RSS 2.0, Atom, and jsonp output and can be viewed directly in a hub. Feeds, FeedItems, and Tags can be added and removed from a Remixed feed contextually within the application.

tagteam/README.rdoc at master · berkmancenter/tagteam · GitHub

Aurora Serverless MySQL Generally Available | AWS News Blog

You may have heard of Amazon Aurora, a custom built MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible database born and built in the cloud. You may have also heard of serverless, which allows you to build and run applications and services without thinking about instances. These are two pieces of the growing AWS technology story that we’re really excited to be working on. Last year, at AWS re:Invent we announced a preview of a new capability for Aurora called Aurora Serverless. Today, I’m pleased to announce that Aurora Serverless for Aurora MySQL is generally available. Aurora Serverless is on-demand, auto-scaling, serverless Aurora. You don’t have to think about instances or scaling and you pay only for what you use.

Aurora Serverless MySQL Generally Available | AWS News Blog