How are open source and cloud computing compatible?

It seems everyone is rushing to get their software on the cloud. The rapid growth of cloud computing has empowered hyperscaler cloud providers to market various technologies to feed the growing demand. Hyperscalers are now providing full-stack capabilities to increase their footprint and further lock-in customers, making the cloud seem more like a threat than an open communal space.

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Jrnl: Your Digital Diary in the Linux Terminal

Imagine this: somebody has broken your heart and what you want is to write your feelings in a journal without distraction. Did you get the idea? No? Neither do I. I am not heartbroken (or maybe I am and I don’t want to tell you). But I would still like to show you a wonderful minimalistic open-source, note-taking application to keep journal entries. This handy little program is Jrnl and it lets you create, search and view journal entries right …

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Vanilla’s accessibility documentation process

Following on from our previous post about accessibility by design, we’d like to share our accessibility documentation process here in the Web & Design team. In the Vanilla squad, we work hard to make sure the Vanilla framework is as accessible as possible. We don’t claim to be perfect, but accessibility is a real priority to us and we’re continuously trying to improve. We’ve recently started writing some accessibility docs to go alongside our components. They outline how the components …

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