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Cool COPR projects - Fedora Magazine

These are very cool COPR projects that were posted recently in Fedora Magazine.  In case you don’t know, COPR is a system of privately maintained repositories, similar to AUR in Arch, that offer programmes that aren’t mature or stable enough to be included in official repositories yet good to have. 49 more words

Fedora

Thesis Thursday: a guide to sources

Despite our best efforts, we’ve ended up without a guest for Thesis Thursday this month. Rather than try and let the January 2018 edition slide by unnoticed, I thought I should take the opportunity to write something a bit different on the subject. 605 more words

Health Economics

Further discussion of digital bibliography assignment

MP3 file (8MB, 8 minutes), for those wanting a more substantive account of the assignment; repeats information given in lecture

<Note: the audio is meant to follow the written text of the assignment, which is posted below. >

Assignments

IPhone jailbreaking is pretty much over

(Source: thenextweb.com)

For several years, it was common practice among iOS enthusiasts to ‘jailbreak’ their iPhones so they could enable additional functionality like screen recording and widget support. 277 more words

Technology

Next​ ​Generation​ ​#Repositories (Behaviours​ ​and​ ​Technical​ Recommendations​ ​of​ ​the​ ​#COAR Next​ ​Generation​ ​Repositories​ ​Working​ ​Group)

The widespread deployment of repository systems in higher education and research
institutions provides the foundation for a distributed, globally networked infrastructure for scholarly communication. However, repository platforms are still using technologies and protocols designed almost twenty years ago, before the boom of the Web and the… 286 more words

Repositories

IPhone jailbreaking is pretty much over

(Source: thenextweb.com)

For several years, it was common practice among iOS enthusiasts to ‘jailbreak’ their iPhones so they could enable additional functionality like screen recording and widget support. 259 more words

Technology