In the first article in this series, I introduced Home Assistant and why you might be interested in it. In short, Home Assistant is an automation hub for some of the most common smart devices on the market today. It enables centralized coordination of disparate hardware. By using it, you no longer have to choose suboptimal tech from a single vendor to manage your smart home from a single app.
The first feature release of Drupal 9 includes the new experimental Olivero frontend theme and various additions to the Claro administration theme. Installer performance is improved 20% and full Composer 2 and PHP 8 support is available. Images with known dimensions are set to lazy-load by default to improve frontend performance.
Source: Drupal 9.1.0 is available
Looks like PHP 8, Composer 2, Symphony 4,5,6 will get us to Drupal 9. Upgrades paths from Drupal 7 are stable.
KNN (K-Nearest Neighbors) is Dead! | by Marie Stephen Leo | Towards AI | Dec, 2020 | Medium https://medium.com/towards-artificial-intelligence/knn-k-nearest-neighbors-is-dead-fc16507eb3e
Learning how to apply some of the algorithms mentioned in this article would likely improve students’ and teachers’ ability to locate CALI resources and allow us to build a useful recommender system.
Cockpit is a service for Linux that provides a web-based interface for managing and monitoring hosts. It can be deployed in any size organization, even a small office, and it’s a great way for home users to maintain the family IT infrastructure. I use it to manage and monitor all of the computers in my house—including Raspberry Pi. Cockpit is a free and open source software project released under the LGPL v2.1+. It is sponsored by Red Hat and included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the RHEL Web Console.
GitHub – themsaid/ibis: A PHP tool that helps you write eBooks in markdown and convert to PDF. https://github.com/themsaid/ibis
LABS — Free Virtual Instruments https://labs.spitfireaudio.com/#category=&search=&new=true
NadIR by Ignite Amps – Convolver Plugin VST VST3 Audio Unit AAX https://www.kvraudio.com/product/nadir-by-ignite-amps
It allows to very easily create engaging learning paths, assess the knowledge of students, employees or partners, and monitor their achievements thanks to the reporting dashboards. It offers innovative features like adaptive learning depending on the user’s results, automatic skill management, a mobile application, and much more…
- manage training paths organized in courses, modules, and activities
- configure adaptive learning paths
- manage and ensure skill acquisition by students
- assess students thanks to varied quizzes
- manage blended learning by combining online modules with in-house sessions and virtual classrooms
- award certificates to successful students
- sell your trainings online
- facilitate interactions thanks to live meetings, forums and chats
- and much more!
Opigno LMS is fully compliant with SCORM (1.2 and 2004 v3) and Tin Can (xAPI).
It integrates the innovative H5P technology, making possible to create rich interactive training contents.
Source: Opigno LMS
What a Drupal website for distance learning should be like? We will talk about technologies for students’ assignments, collecting statistics on the work done, functionality, Drupal modules, and distributions for its work.
Source: Drupal for e-Learning websites
Knowledge management is a key to success in modern enterprises—but it is not exactly easy to achieve. Keeping track of all relevant details across all employees is a huge challenge, especially in agile environments, which most companies say they are.
Most companies resort to buying wiki-like solutions, such as Confluence from Atlassian, which exposes them to the lock-in effect of proprietary software. But many would do well to consider BlueSpice, an open source alternative to Atlassian Confluence that has a noble ancestry: it’s based on Wikipedia’s MediaWiki.