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HTML5 game publisher FRVR secures $3 million in funding - Gamasutra

1 hour 11 min ago
Newsbrief: FRVR, a game publisher that deals heavily in HTML5 titles, has secured a $3 million investment at the close of its seed funding round. This investment itself is of particular note since HTML5 games are still a relatively new fixture in ...

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9 Best Sex Scenes On 'Gossip Girl' That You Totally Forgot About Until Right Now - Elite Daily

1 hour 11 min ago
"You watch Gossip Girl? Isn't it just about a bunch of rich kids sleeping with each other and doing drugs?" No, Charlie from Marketing! OK, yes, the best Gossip Girl sex scenes are iconic and should go down in TV history, but also, the show is about so ...

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Using Linux to teach PLCs

1 hour 46 min ago

I mostly use Allen Bradley PLCs, which only supports windows. I have an opportunity set up a new PLC lab for training new students PLCs. The class is not brand specific and I would love to use Open Source whenever possible. I will want to build ladder logic, download the programs onto the PLCs and operate inputs and outputs. If anyone has used Linux or knows software that might help me, let me know.

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[Rant] Is there a single Media Player that can sync playlists?

2 hours 9 min ago

Honestly, i know this supposed to go to the distro subreddit, but i don't want to distro hop just to test this single feature.

i've spent an entire day trying to find a media player that can sync Playlists, the closest one being Rhythm box but it just deleted everything i have on my Phone - it's an S8+ -and refused to sync with error "Could not open resource for writing"

went on and deleted the Music folder just to see what happens, it said there was no space and that it was a full 92.1 EB, aka ENFINTY BITES.

Another askubuntu question had me install (gvfs-mtp simple-mtpfs) and reboot with no result.

VLC? doesnt even show MTP devices.

Audacious is awesome but it has no sync functionality i know of.

every other MP? not even showing the device.

So what are the veterans doing? i'm new and currently on Fedora 28, so far been able to live on linux as daily driver but it is a small detail like this that just breaks my back, it might be the phone for some reason, but i bet i could have this task done on windows anyway with the plethora of media players on it in no time comparably.

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anyone have a link to anarchy-linux.org iso? website seems to be down

2 hours 9 min ago

They also had a torrent option. I found the site via archive.org but the download content is not backed up. Looks like it was up June 28th so I dunno what happened. The domain is still registered.

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Mediacurrent: Is Drupal Right for Universities? A Strategic Perspective

2 hours 25 min ago

Selecting a CMS for a university can be a challenging decision. There are so many needs and nuances to consider - costs of implementation and maintenance, a wide-range of technical ability among site administrators, developers and content editors, a variety of end users looking for different information and the list goes on and on. While your answer likely isn’t as easy as, “let’s just do what everyone else is doing,” by better understanding why other universities made the choice they did can shed light into your decision-making process. 

Drupal is far and above the most used CMS in higher education - 26% of all .edu domain sites are in Drupal, including 71 of the top 100 universities. 

So why are universities like MIT, Georgia Tech, Louisiana State University, Butler, Stanford, Harvard and the rest of the Ivy League universities choosing Drupal? 

Simply put, Drupal makes good business sense, especially with the added benefits of Drupal 8. At Mediacurrent, we believe your website is your greatest digital asset and can be leveraged to accomplish organizational-wide goals. Drupal makes that possible. Here’s how:  

Communicate With All Students - Prospective, Current, and Alumni 

If you want to reach your full recruiting and fundraising potential, you need to communicate with your entire audience. There are a variety of Drupal features that ease the stress of common communication challenges. 

Language:  Not only are their multiple languages spoken within the U.S., but our country hosts over a million international students. Drupal makes creating a multilingual digital experience simpler. Native language handling is built directly into Drupal 8’s core APIs, giving you over 100 languages to choose from. With that functionality it is easier than ever to engage with prospective students across the globe in a meaningful way.

Accessibility: The CDC estimates that 20% of U.S. adults identify as having a disability. These disabilities often hinder people’s ability to interact with the average website. Drupal is an inclusive community and has committed to ensuring that all features of Drupal conform with w3C and WCAG 2.0. Pair that with a strong higher-education focused accessibility strategy and your potential audience could grow by 20%. 

Technology: According to the 2017 College Explorer Market Research Study, the average college student owns 5.6 devices and spends 137+ hours on them! This may seem like common sense now, but if you want to engage with students, you need to account for a variety of screen sizes. Thankfully, Drupal 8 is designed with a mobile-first mentality and includes out-of-the-box responsive functionality. 

Personalization: Universities face added complexity when it comes to digital strategy due to the broad audiences they appeal to. With so many unique people coming to the same pages, content strategy, conversion path mapping and optimization, and defining strong call to actions can be a struggle. By incorporating personalization into your content strategy, whether that is personalized based on user authentication or by integrating tools like Acquia Lift or Salesforce Marketing Cloud, you can speak to the masses but make them feel like you’re speaking specifically to them. 

Reduce Overhead Costs + Increase Operational Efficiencies with Drupal

Drupal can have a dramatic impact on reducing overhead costs and increasing operational efficiency. Universities have a big need for multiple websites: departments, colleges, libraries, and student organizations all want their own website. The direct cost of supporting this many sites along with resourcing the training and support is expensive and encourages unnecessary technology sprawl. As an open source technology (no licensing fees!) along with the multisite feature, creating sites for these different groups is exponentially easier, more cost effective, and ensures brand consistency. 

You can also increase efficiency, ensure content consistency and improve the user experience by creating a “source of truth”.

Write content once and publish it anywhere it’s relevant.

Having to update content such as curriculum or an academic calendar on multiple pages is inefficient and unnecessary. Write once, publish everywhere, save time. 

Improve Brand Equity + Amplify Digital Strategy

As a university, your brand is a powerful asset. You spend significant energy and resources on building loyalty to bolster several organizational goals from recruiting efforts, engaging current students on campus and fundraising among alumni.

With your website being the hub of your marketing strategy, it is critical for your CMS of choice to play nice with your marketing efforts.

Drupal happens to be very SEO friendly out of the box, but there are also advanced configuration options available to support a more sophisticated SEO strategy. You can amplify your digital strategy by integrating your marketing tools and communication platforms directly with Drupal. And the 26% percent of other .edu sites using Drupal make integrating your university-specific tools to your website easier. 

Reduce Risk

I’d be remiss without mentioning security and GDPR compliance. As a university, you hold sensitive information about the students who have attended your school and they are trusting you to keep that secure.

The Drupal community is passionate about security and has an industry leading global security team to ensure your site is protected.

Additionally, as the landscape of privacy rights changes around the world (most recently, GDPR), it’s in your best interest to stay on top of it and reduce the risk of being penalized for data collection practices. 

Have questions about how Drupal can benefit your university? Let us know. We’d be happy to chat. 

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Ashday's Digital Ecosystem and Development Tips: Upgrading from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8

2 hours 26 min ago

Now that Drupal 8 has gained some momentum, it is time to start planning out your upgrade strategy. You want to upgrade to get the latest benefits and take advantage of the future stability that comes with the direction that Drupal will be taking from here on out. Before upgrading you will want to consider some things about what your current site has. In this article we will be covering some of those questions with some context to assist in the decision making process. Let’s determine if you website is adequately serving the current needs of your business and which content will need to be brought over to the new Drupal 8 site. There may be a difficulty in the switch, but being prepared will put you in position to handle whatever comes up.

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Online Reservation Systems

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 23:25

What is everyone’s favorite reservation systems? Are SqaureUp or Checkfront good for this? Or do you make your own? I am in the first steps of putting my website together and am doing research on what I should/shouldn’t use.

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Suggest carousal for only gallery

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 23:25

I want to create a page with only gallery. Can anyone share templates or websites I could refer to? (I tried bootstrap,but for some reason ,the next/prev buttons don't work)

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Unreal Engine 4.20 Released

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 23:08
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HTML5 game publisher FRVR secures $3 million in funding - Gamasutra

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:59
Newsbrief: FRVR, a game publisher that deals heavily in HTML5 titles, has secured a $3 million investment at the close of its seed funding round. This investment itself is of particular note since HTML5 games are still a relatively new fixture in ...

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21 Netflix Original Movies That Are Total Hidden Gems - Bustle

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:59
You ever have one of those days where you just want to enjoy a huge bowl of popcorn, curl up on the couch with the a/c blowing, and cue up a movie or two? Yup, we've all been there. Thankfully, Netflix has plenty of streaming options to check out when ...

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Red Hat Exams: A Few Tips

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:41
Alright, so you’ve dipped your toes in the Red Hat ecosystem and you’ve been studying (at least, I hope you have!) You’ve probably learned a lot of great ways to do things and are possibly gearing up to take the RHCSA. Let’s discuss a few things that may help when the test comes around. Please keep in mind, the NDA for Red Hat exams are no joke, so I will be adhering to that throughout this article. 
What you’ll have to work with After you’ve signed in and you’ve been admitted to the testing room, you will be presented with a terminal. This isn’t just any terminal, this terminal has a camera and microphone integrated into it that will record your every move and breath. Keep this in mind as you’re taking the exam and try to withhold any “salty” comments you may have related to the exam! This terminal will have a RHEL 7 installation on it with a GUI installed. You will be given a VM to access. This VM is where you will be performing the majority of your tasks, which are presented on the terminal as well. Ensure you read all of the tasks before you begin! This is very important! Some of the tasks you encounter may be related to other tasks and, if you do them in order, may conflict and cause issues. 
Ok, so now that we’ve discussed your environment (all of which has been detailed by Red Hat in various public posts), let’s talk a little bit about the objectives and some tips that may assist in accomplishing them. 
The Objectives As of June 2018, the objectives are as follows from the official Red Hat website:
  • Understand and use essential tools
  • Operate running systems
  • Configure local storage
  • Create and configure file systems
  • Deploy, configure, and maintain systems
  • Manage users and groups
  • Manage security
I’m going to go through these one-by-one and just provide a little insight or tips that may help with possible permutations you may encounter on the exam. 
Understand and use essential tools As shown on the official objectives page linked above, understanding and using essential tools can include grep, redirecting output to files, compressing these files, modifying permissions, and so on. A lot of these should be second nature by now, but keep in mind that the exam is very unforgiving. If you do something incorrectly, your intention is not taken into consideration. If you accidentally mistype something, such as a permission, or grep an extra character, you will miss that objective. With the relatively small number of tasks, missing an entire task can be very detrimental to your score. You will also be under a lot of pressure as the RHCSA is not a cheap exam!
What I recommend is that you install the ‘Server with GUI’ group install when you start your exam in order to make double checking for mistakes much easier! This does take a while, but if you do it first thing while reading your tasks, you won’t waste much time and it will make some of the tasks a lot easier! Especially the simple tasks! 
Operate running systems The “operate running systems” objective is one that contains some potential tasks that can make or break your exam! The RHCSA will fail you automatically if your environment is unable to boot. Yes, you read that right, if your system does not boot correctly for the exam grader, you will receive a score of “0/300”. It doesn’t matter if you did everything else right, you will still receive a “0”.
Due to this fact, when you are performing any type of system target manipulation or other work that involves grub, ensure you reboot your system and test!If your system does not reboot properly, you can ask the exam proctor to reset your VM to its initial state. Do be aware that this will overwrite any work you have already completed, so I recommend you perform any actions that could potentially fail after reboot first. This way, if something goes wrong or you mistype something, you don’t lose a significant amount of work!
Another point to remember is that Red Hat can throw in some pretty hefty surprises. When you access your VM, there may be issues that have to be resolved before you can even continue into the environment. Keep this in mind and study the objectives very carefully! The Linux Academy hands-on labs are crucial in preparing you for these potential surprises. 
Create and Configure Filesystems/Configure Local Storage I have combined these two objectives since they are fairly similar and rely on each other. These tasks can involve LVM, Swap, fstab, different filesystems, resizing filesystems, and other potential tasks. Practice these very carefully! I also recommend doing these tasks first as they can cause your system not to boot. If you perform them last and have an error, you risk losing all of your work performed before them!
Another thing to look out for in the configuring local storage objective is the order of the tasks. There are many ways to perform most tasks on the RHCSA, and if you perform one local storage task a certain way, you might find that a task that comes after it cannot be performed due to space concerns. Ensure you have read all tasks before you start performing them. Again, a great time to read all tasks is when installing the GUI.
Finally, I know I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: REBOOT! Always reboot after performing tasks that could damage the filesystem or cause the root filesystem not to boot!Another aspect of these objectives that could potentially show up is configuring ACLs. This is pretty straightforward, but do go through the Linux Academy labs to ensure you know them very well. This is another instance where having the GUI installed can be very helpful.
Deploy Configure and Maintain Systems This objective has a significant number of potential tasks you may see. One thing that is very critical to focus on is the “Install and update software packages from Red Hat Network, a remote repository, or from the local file system” section. Although tasks can and very well may show up that contain other aspects of this objective, not being able to access a remote repository can lead to a potential instant fail! Multiple tasks could depend on this single tasks, so make sure you are very skilled at accessing remote repositories, adding new repositories to yum, and other tasks that relate to these operations.
And also, once again, reboot after anything that involves grub, kernel modifications, or the filesystem! 
Manage Users and Groups I’m not going to go too deep into this objective as the tasks that could stem from it are pretty self-explanatory. Ensure you read very carefully, understand sticky-bits and how to set and read permissions, primary groups vs. supplemental groups, and use the GUI to your advantage to check your work! 
Manage Security Ah, security, everyone’s favorite topic! First things first, yes, you should know SELinux. I do have a fun little tip that made things a lot easier for me and it may help you as well! It’s the “-e” flag. The “-e”, or “–equal”, can make mirroring context to a new folder much easier.
Let’s say you want to move the default Apache directory to “/var/web” instead of “/var/www/html”. Typically, you would need to find the proper context for “/var/www/” and add it to the “/var/web” folder. Although this isn’t difficult, it does take some time.
With the “-e” flag, you can simply copy the context from “/var/www/html” to “/var/web” with one line! Isn’t that great?!
To do this, the full command is:semanage fcontext -a -e /var/www/ /var/web 
Also, don’t forget to performrestorecon -Rv /var/web to make it effective! 
On top of SELinux, you may encounter some Firewall tasks as well as SSH tasks. Since this is an exam, keep in mind that speed is important. Sure, you can diagnose firewall/SELinux issues using logs, but it’s usually just easier to:
  1. Disable SELinux/Firewall
  2. Check to see if the problem is resolved
  3. Re-enable
  4. Fix
By using this method, you can verify the problem and fix it quickly without rummaging through logs. This is certainly not something you would do in production, but on an exam, take advantage of the faster workflow if it works for you. And, again, use the GUI to your advantage! The GUI has some very simple firewall tools to make your life easier. 
Conclusion The RHCSA exam is certainly not easy! It is a daunting exam that can break the spirits of people who have been in the industry for a long time. Don’t let this discourage you! With these tips, the Linux Academy RHCSA course, the Linux Academy RHCSA practice test, and repetitive practice with the Linux Academy hands-on labs, you can pass this exam just like many students before! Good luck! And don’t forget to reboot at the end of your test!

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Hummingbird 1.12 released!

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:09

The pride of this release is one amazing new feature – shape morphing.

Shape morphing, as the name suggests, allows you to morph one shape into another one. Perhaps you’ve seen the amazing UI of Persona 5 which by itself is as impressive as some entire games out there:

Notice the blue quadrilateral over the currently selected menu item – the animation of its vertices is exactly a shape morph.

Shape morphs are impressive in that most other ways to animate objects in UI systems is limited to animating colors and positions of the object itself whereas this allows you to animate per-vertex and even – per shape. You aren’t just limited to moving points around – you can have a rectangle become a circle become a tiger become really anything. Here are some examples of shape morphing running in Hummingbird:

(How about a round of applause for the devs who implemented the feature?)

Now the big question is – how do you specify shape morphs? We’ve extended the SVG format to support them and although in theory you can add them to existing SVG files, in practice it makes more sense to use our Adobe Animate Exporter to generate them automatically. Stay tuned for its next version that will allow you to do exactly that.

Quantity * Quality

Instead of adding a handful of big features, this release adds a bunch of minor enhancements, a full list of which you can enjoy in the changelog. I am just going to show you one of them – the ability to apply different X and Y blurs to an element.

Presto, motion blur!

Finally, let me give you a small preview for the upcoming 1.13 and 1.14. We are in the process of adding a couple of big new things to Hummingbird. For example, some massive optimizations of our rendering pipeline that will reduce the number of draw calls by an order of magnitude. We are also adding VIDEO playback support! We heard your feedback about all the effects you want to achieve with it and soon enough you’ll be able to implement them all. Cinematics? Check. Particle effects? Check. Prerendered animated avatars? Check.

Stay tuned for our upcoming releases and if you want to be the first one to hear about them, make sure to follow me or Coherent Labs.

The post Hummingbird 1.12 released! appeared first on Coherent Labs.

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Drupal Association blog: Features and the future

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:05

Drupal.org has been in existence since 2001. That's a long time for a website to serve an ever changing community! We're doing this work thanks to the support of our members, supporters, and partners. As time goes on needs change, technology evolves, and features are deployed to improve the experiences of site visitors.

As a web professional, you know how delivering small feature requests can have a big impact. To ensure people take notice of the improvements the Engineering Team makes on all of the *Drupal.org sites, we share frequent updates with the community. You can read a monthly what's new on Drupal.org blog, watch for change notifications, and follow on Twitter to know what's on the horizon.

Recently, these improvements were deployed:

  • More maintainers can now grant issue credit

  • Security Advisory nodes are now included in the /news feed

  • Project page screenshots will display in a lightbox

  • DrupalCI.yml Documented

We'll continue to make Drupal.org better every day, with your help. Find out more about what we do and become a member today. Thank you!

 Follow Drupal.org on Twitter: news and updates, infrastructure announcements, commits (and deployments).

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InternetDevels: Drupal 8 Modules you should have

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 22:05

Each Drupal release makes it more refined and up-to-date. The latest one offers better architecture, fresh functionality, improved security and other benefits of Drupal 8. It is considered to be innovative and progressive due to new functions such as multilingual applications, advanced mobile-friendly options or HTML5 for better site management.

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