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Timeshift save the day!

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 23:34

Days ago my Kubuntu reminded me about updates, I just wanted to get rid of it so I clicked update all aaand something went wrong: In the Next reboot .. No graphical interface, just a cursor mouse and black screen... crap! I work with computers but I'm not savvy in Linux, I just love it and use it, and I was struggling in the command line and by mistake I ended up installing Gnome Desktop... I don't like gnome I want KDE Destop with Plasma, ... I didn't even browse in the new desktop environment, I previously installed TimeShift and hit the keyboard, typed TimeShift and just recovered one of the last backups and in less than 20 minutes I got back my beautiful beloved KDE working fine like if nothing bad has ever happened.
( Now I'll avoid the linux updates, that bad update was so... windows... arghh) This is the software [http://www.teejeetech.in/p/timeshift.html] TeeJeeTech your rock!!! THANK YOU

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Daily Design Inspiration

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 22:24
Daily Design Inspiration AoiroStudio Aug 31, 2018

Part of the Daily Design Inspiration series that started it all on Abduzeedo. This is where you'll find the most interesting things/finds/work curated by one of us to simply inspire your day. Furthermore, it's an opportunity to feature work from more designers, photographers, and artists in general that we haven't had the chance to write or feature about in the past.

For this Daily we are selecting in art, branding, art direction and more. Our goal is to diversify the types of work and in the future we can perhaps categorize them in different sections. For now we are going to stick to the simple format of images and links. I hope you enjoy and share with use via Twitter or our Tumblr.

Until further notice, we'll display the images and the titles added to them. Because of little issues we had in the past, the images are still linked to their authors, we just won't mentioned who shared them like we used to.

Daily Design Inspiration

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Brand Identity for Flatey – Pizza Napoletana

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 22:24
Brand Identity for Flatey – Pizza Napoletana AoiroStudio Aug 31, 2018

BEWARE of a tasty Pizza picture in this article. On the serious side, I do miss making brand identities. The feeling of going to the printer to proof a print job for your client was a lot of fun. Somehow there "this" creative freedom where I am keep searching whenever I work on digital projects. The folks from Studio Holt gave me a great reminder of that time. Located in Reykjavik, Iceland, they are a creative studio and they have worked a brand identity for Flatey – Pizza Napoletana. Where they are trying to embrace the honest heritage of Neapolitan pizza. At first glance, I wasn't a bit fan of the compressed serif font they used for the menu sections but it has its charm to represent some sort of a heritage. What do you think?

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Mobile UI/UX Design: Perfect Recipes App

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 22:24
Mobile UI/UX Design: Perfect Recipes App AoiroStudio Aug 31, 2018

Happy Friday everyone! I wanted to end the week with this UI/UX case study by the folks from Tubik Studio, a kickass digital studio based in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. We are showcasing one of their latest projects, the mobile UI design for a perfect recipes app. An application where you will be able to learn to cook by following recipes and also a food shopping experience. What's interesting from this particular cooking app is a concept of an integration with AmazonGo services where recipes can be generated in the relation of what you are shopping on Amazon. This could totally enhance our food shopping experience and becoming more intuitive. Let's be hopeful for the near future.

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The History Of The Android Logo

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:48

Are you team Apple or team Android? Regardless of which OS you prefer, you’ve undoubtedly seen Google’s popular Android logo floating around once or twice. We’ve gone over the history of the Apple logo, now it’s time to take a look at the origins of the cute little green dude behind Android.

Irina Blok

The logo that Android launched with and still uses today was created by Irina Blok, who was a big part of the original launch campaign. At the beginning, the logo was intended specifically for developers. After the reveal, individual customers fell in love with the little green robot so much that Google decided to use it as the logo.

“The idea was to create the open source logo (very much like open source Android platform), that was released to the developer community without regular brand guidelines.” – Irina Blok

The inspiration behind the Android logo

There are many critics out there that claim that the design of the android robot was stolen from an old Atari video game called “Gauntlet: The Third Encounter.”

If you take a look at the image above, the is no doubt that they look very similar. Ironically enough, the character in the game is also called ANDROID.

It would be hard to pin the inspiration of the Android logo on any one source. Some even believe that the logo was inspired by the original R2-D2 robot from Star Wars.

Much to everyone’s surprise, Irina has come out and disclosed that there are actually many early design drafts for the Android logo, and this just so happened to be the one they chose.

Given the fact that the design theme of the logo is apparent in multiple different popular games and movies, I highly doubt that it was stolen.

Other than the design, the color was also thought about deeply. The green color, fittingly being called “Android Green” is meant to depict growth, freshness, and prosperity.

Android has quickly taken over

Although Android hasn’t been around as long as some of the other tech giants, it’s safe to say that they definitely have earned their place among the rest. Since its creation in 2003, Android has risen in the ranks and only really has one competitor, Apple. Although there are many Apple fans out there, there are equally as many, if not more Android fans that will never be caught using anything else.

What do you think about the popular logo? Is it a good look for the company, or should google find something new? Personally, I believe that the logo is a big selling point for the devices sold using the Android OS. If Google continues to use this marketing formula, whatever it is, then I’m certain that we will soon be seeing Apple products becoming obsolete.

Read More at The History Of The Android Logo

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Brad Pitt’s housing nonprofit Make It Right faces lawsuit

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:40

Rotting structural issues and mold contamination are among the allegations surfacing from residents of New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward, where Make It Right developed more than 100 houses after Hurricane Katrina.

In the wake of 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, actor and celebrity Brad Pitt rose as an unlikely savior in New Orleans. His nonprofit housing foundation, Make It Right, stepped in to help rehabilitate the badly devastated Lower Ninth Ward with the development of more than 100 modular and affordable homes. Billed as energy-efficient, LEED Platinum-certified structures designed by star architects including Frank Gehry, David Adjaye, and others—and bolstered by the support of fellow celebrities, from Oprah to Ellen Degeneres—the ambitious philanthropic undertaking was even awarded a 2016 National Design Award by the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, among the design industry’s highest honors.

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If you haven’t already switched to Firefox, do it now

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:40

Firefox has announced plans to block all third-party trackers. Why haven’t you switched yet?

This week, Mozilla announced that its browser Firefox will start blocking all cross-site third-party trackers–the cookies hiding in the background that follow your clicks across the web, reporting your activity to advertisers as you move between websites.

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Google Cloud Weekly 8/31/18

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:34

Hello everyone! The theme of today’s Google Cloud update is all about security, we have two really neat security-focused stores this week!

Cloud HSM service now available in beta

For most of us, the default Google managed encryption of cloud resources is more than sufficient. However, some organizations need to provide their own encryption keys in order to meet compliance requirements, which they currently can using Google’s Cloud Key Management service. Even then, some organizations have even stricter encryption requirements that requires specialized physical hardware known as a hardware security module (HSM)  for their encryption. For these even more extreme requirements, Google has announced a new managed service called simply Cloud HSM.

So why does hardware-based encryption matter? There is a really strict compliance standard called FIPS 140-2 Level 3 which basically states that encryption operations must be performed in a specialized physical hardware environment, and this specialized hardware is the hardware security module we just talked about. The newly announced Cloud HSM service supplies these hardware security modules as a managed service that integrates with the existing Cloud Key Management Service. With the Cloud HMS service, you can create a wide variety of encryption and decryption keys in a restricted hardware environment. The service just launched in public beta, so go check it out if custom encryption is important to you.

GKE Binary Authorization now available in public beta

Let’s move on to container security. One of the top concerns of enterprise security and DevOps professionals is whether or not they can trust what is running on their production infrastructure, especially when working with containers. For large scale enterprises that have to manage and deploy hundreds of containerized microservices per day, it can be difficult to stop the introduction of malicious code that is either accidentally or purposely slipped into production.

But fear not! With the newly announced binary authorization feature built into Kubernetes Engine, this just became easier. Binary Authorizations seeks to automate the management of large scale container deployments to keep out “the bad stuff”.

So how does this work? Binary authorizations keeps bad code out by 1. Only allowing digitally signed and trusted code into production. 2. Whitelisting known first-party images while blocking unpatched third party software. Binary authorization on Kubernetes Engine integrates with existing deployment tools, is built on open source software, and allows for so-called “breakglass” deployments for emergency fixes when you don’t have time to go through the authorization process.

Binary authorization for Kubernetes Engine is currently available in beta, so you can get started right away.

Thanks for reading, and we can’t wait to give you more awesome Google Cloud news next week!

The post Google Cloud Weekly 8/31/18 appeared first on Linux Academy Blog.

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AddWeb Solution: Essential Reasons, Why You Should Upgrade To Drupal 8 - Now!

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:25

‘Think of the technologically best content-management framework, think of Drupal!’

 

The statement stands true and its adaptation by the big-shots of every industry possible acts as a strong confirmation for it. Drupal has anyway been the most favored platform by experts of the community. And the release of Drupal 8 has just been accelerated this demand. The rich and robust open-source community of Drupal has always been a reason to choose Drupal over any other framework. But now with the length of futuristic and competent upgradations that Drupal 8 has come with, the popularity has taken an unbelievable rise and extended reach. In fact, now, even the non-technical decision makers around the world have been citing the strength of Drupal 8.

 

At AddWeb, we have been Drupal-ing every day - ever since our inception. So from the experience that we’ve gathered in all these years, let us give you some epoch-making reasons to upgrade your site to Drupal 8. Have a look at them!

 

1) Multilingual Feature

The admin panel of Drupal 8 offers extensive multilingual features, along with multiple built-in features for translation. It enables you to have a page-wise filtration for choosing different languages. The Drupal community is wealthy enough to provide you with automatic translation updates. Businesses/website having a multilingual audience is no more a hassle with Drupal 8.

 

2) Magic done with HTML 5

Simplifying HTML5 coding is the next best thing done by Drupal 8. This brings in more clarity and direct access to different input fields like date, phone, email, et al. Even the compatibility and functionality with the other related devices like smartphones and tablets is increased. The theme based templates for writing HTML5 coding is like a cherry on the cake since it helps the budding web designers in doing their job.

 

3) Template Engine - ‘Twig’

Twig is a PHP based theme template engine that now comes as an inbuilt with Drupal 8. This brings in a lot of benefits since Twig is much more flexible, secure and fast-paced as compared to its other counterparts. And despite Twig templates being high on security, it is also the simplest since it is written in syntax.

 

4) Built-in Web Services

Drupal 8 has a robust open source community at its back and now it also comes with output content in several formats viz. JSON, XML, et al. The RESTful web API is a service that helps in exposing entities and other resources. The modified version of Drupal also lets you use the Hypertext Application Language.

 

5) Mobile Friendly

Designed in a mobile-first approach, Drupal 8 is a thoroughly mobile-friendly platform. Drupal 8 themes are designed in such a manner that it can easily be adapted by devices of different sizes. It also comes with a ‘Back to Website’ Button so that one can also have the experience of a website’s desktop view on their mobile device itself.

 

6) New Configuration Management

Drupal 8 also comes with a built-in configuration system that smoothens the task of carrying different elements like the type of content, fields, and views, etc. Every single change is minutely recorded by this very version of Drupal, which immensely helps in bettering the control and responsibility sharing.

 

7) Authoring with Ease

Powerful authoring tools are introduced to support and enhance Drupal 8. The content editor tools are WYSIWYG Editor and CKEditor, along with some draft creation tools. Elevation with the place editing, that comes with the core module, is done impressively. A simple editing window and you can now do your content editing in the simplest of manner.

 

8) Built-in Fields  

The recent most and trending field types like entity reference, email, telephone, link, et al, comes included in the core of the Drupal 8. Hence, no further formatting and coding is required for all these new fields.

 

9) Easy Download

In Drupal 8, almost every entity of the website is cached and required Javascript gets downloaded. The cache memory is stored, when the page is visited for the first time; so that the next that page is visited the process of download need not be repeated and the page can be viewed quickly. All this to make the entire process smooth and easy going.

 

10) Accessibility Integration

A range of accessibility and support techniques gets a magnificent scope to elevate, which includes WAI-ARIA, Aria Live Announcements, TabManager, et al. All these techniques also enhance the internet supporting applications. Accessibility is one such facet of Drupal 8, which remains untouched and is unparalleled to any of its counterparts.

 

Today, Drupal 8 is much more than a mere content management system; especially after the plethora of features that this version of Drupal comes with. We’ve shared only a handful of such features that needed your immediate attention. And of course, the official site of Drupal 8, will help you gain specific details about the richness of Drupal 8. But one more thing that you need to know now, is that Drupal 8 is a full-fledged enterprise cloud-based web CMS. Plus, the scope and ease to connect with the 3rd party frameworks like Javascript, boosts the

Are you also planning to upgrade to Drupal 8 and looking for the best of team to do it for you? Well then, hire AddWeb’s expert team of Drupal 8 developers, because only a true Drupal-er can bring justice to your expectations!

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ADCI Solutions: Drupal Marketing BoF and a session on team performance at Drupal Europe

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:25

We can’t wait for a moment when we meet all Drupal friends at Drupal Europe.

This time the ADCI Solutions team has prepared the Drupal Marketing BoF and a session on team performance. 

Find more details 

 

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Amazee Labs: Insights from Agile Lean Europe 2018

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 21:25
Insights from Agile Lean Europe 2018

Agile Lean Europe is an unconference event that visits a different country each year and brings together people from across the continent. Agile practitioners and thought leaders come together for a 3-day event to share ideas around the topic of power transformation.

Josef Dabernig Fri, 08/31/2018 - 08:46

Being a regular DrupalCamp attendee, I was excited to visit a more Agile-focused conference. Agile Lean Europe uses Open Space Technology to facilitate an environment where ideas are created and shared in real-time and that allows everyone to contribute to the program. Steve Holyer, who is a familiar face at Amazee facilitated or “held” the open space.

The Kraftwerk Innovation Space that hosted the event served as an excellent environment for up to a dozen parallel sessions. In contrast to my usual conference experience, the unconference format was much more interactive in the way the sessions were presented. Let me walk you through a few of my highlights.

Manuel Küblböck from Gini did a session about “Decision-making when there are no bosses”. His view is that efficiency can be gained by focusing on consent over consensus. Rather than trying to have all parties agree on a proposed change, you emphasise working out strong objections and then test the idea. Decisions are always made by those who carry them out and people who are impacted can give input. Check Manuel’s tweet for further information.

Momchil Brashnayanov from FFV presented a session on agile for service agencies, which was a great opportunity to discuss common challenges such as, how best to integrate customers into our workflows, how to focus on value instead of features and what contract frameworks best support agile collaboration. Like a couple of other sessions, Momchil applied the lean coffee format where we all gathered topics, clustered them and then iteratively discussed them and decided when to move onto the next topic.

Peter Stevens shared his insights and tools around personal agility. It was refreshing to see agile principles being applied to one’s personal life. Similar as in a project, life goals would get mapped to tasks, prioritized and moved along a kanban board. More information can be found on the related website.

Nicola-Marie O’Donovan discussed her experience working in a scaled agile environment and enabling teams to do a social plan roadmap together. Each team defines their vision and team projects upfront and then all gather to discuss the dependencies they have across teams. The teams then use the space to resolve all dependencies and get ready for implementation. She also has a medium article regarding that.

I particularly enjoyed the Clean Language session by Olaf Lewitz. In a very interactive way, we experienced how different and difficult it can be to apply such a tool. Clean Language enables you to have a conversation while trying to inject as little of your own views into the question and focus fully on your conversation partner. In other words, instead of reflecting things, the focus is on getting a better understanding of the topic from the perspective of your interview partner. More information available.

In addition to the talks mentioned above, ALE18 had a lot more to offer. The keynote “Going where no one has gone before” on Yle’s agile transition by Mirette Kangas and Antti Kirjavainen from Finland, was full of inspiration and good advice, and so too was the Scrum@Scale session by Paolo Sammicheli.

I particularly appreciated the side program that was put together. Conference attendees partners and kids would organize a city program. Random attendees were able to connect in the evenings by signing up for “Dinner with a Stranger”.

The 3-day conference left me with tons of insights to the process. A few notables being tools like Powerful questions, or Minimum Viable Bureaucracy, models such as the Satir Change Curve or books such as The Preservation of the Agile Heart.

Interested in more visuals from the conference? The ALE18 Official Album contains a good number of impressions. Also, check out the #agilekaleidoscope by Gaël Mareau and my album on Flickr.

Agile Lean Europe 2018 was all about power transformation. One key insight for me was that Agile is less about following a strict process, and more about you being able to adapt a variety of tools to your current challenges and requirements.

Thank you to everyone who participated and contributed and for making me feel transformed. Special thanks to the organizing team and sponsors who supported the event!

Curious about the next one? Follow Agile Lean Europe on Twitter.

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Apple’s ‘Leaked’ iPhone XS Wallpaper Is Now Available For Download

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:55

Image via 9to5Mac

Apple has confirmed that its main keynote this year will fall on Wednesday, 12 September 2018. Shortly after the announcement, fans were treated to “leaks” of promo images for expected products like the ‘iPhone XS’ and ‘Apple Watch Series 4’.

Now, the same site that uploaded these supposedly official images, 9to5Mac, has made the vibrant, yet-to-be-released wallpaper of the ‘iPhone XS’ available for download.

At the request of Apple fans, the site extracted the marketing graphic—which seemingly depicts the planet Jupiter—and did a little “Photoshopping” to fit screen sizes.

It also pointed out that Apple might sometimes license images from photographers, but this picture could not be found anywhere in its searches. You can download the background here.

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Is there a way to RTLize a view's content directly from the Views module (without manually changing CSS)?

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:52

In an RTL (Hebrew) site I created a view that displays linked-headings of the webpages of a certain content type.

The view's title is on the right (as common in RTL languages) but the linked-headings are to the left.

I will change the CSS manually if needed but is there a way to change it directly from the Views module itself?

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Create URL and redirect?

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:52

I have a large form with conditional fields. One of the conditional fields is upload a pdf (which is the only function on this section of the form). When user uploads pdf it create a node that is empty. When users upload a PDF file, it should create a URL from the filename, and redirect to the uploaded file.

This is the code I am using.

function news_article_node_submit($node, $form, &$form_state) { // Make a URI link from the uploaded file. $file = file_load($node->field_upload_import_pdf['und'][0]['fid']); $filePath = file_create_url($file->uri); if (isset($form_state['values']['field_upload_import_pdf'])) { // Redirect to the PDF file, avoiding the blank node on save. isset($_GET['destination']); unset($_GET['destination']); if (isset($filePath)) { drupal_goto($filePath); // Return all field behaviors to redirect to default. } elseif (isset($_GET['destination'])) { unset($_GET['destination']); drupal_goto("admin/content"); ('drupal_goto', $form_state['redirect']); // $form_state['redirect'] = "admin/content"; // drupal_redirect_form($form_state); } } }

I was experimenting with drupal_goto() and $form_state['redirect'], but neither of them seems to work. Using drupal_goto() hijacks the whole module and the $form_state['redirect'] doesn't do anything. Also I am getting PHP errors when else function encounters the first two lines of code above:

Notice: Undefined offset: 0 in news_article_node_submit()

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in news_article_node_submit()

Is there a way to create a URI from the filename, and redirect users to domainname://NAME_OF_FILE.pdf when choosing a conditional field while, at the same time, when users use any other conditional field, the behavior is the default Drupal one?

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Method to test if site has rss view

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:52

Our group has a multi-site drupal-D7 installation -- approximately 70 sites -- we need to identify which site have an RSS view. I've been trying to find a signature in the databases' that we could search for to identify which ones have one or more. So far we've been unsuccessful. Is there a way, perhaps a drush command?

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Upload files to be downloaded by a number of people [on hold]

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:51

I would like to upload seminar files (images, audio, video, presentations) into one place and give permission to to download these files only the participants of the seminar.

Is this possible?

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Custom user access callback

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:51

I'm trying to customize the access to user accounts when they are edited or viewed, but the callback function only fire if I log in with a different account. If the current user (#100, for example) access mysite/user/300/edit, the callback isn't invoked.

What is wrong in the code I am using?

function MYMODULE_menu_alter(&$items) { $items['user/%user']['access callback']='MYMODULE_user_access'; $items['user/%user']['access arguments']= array(1); $items['user/%user/edit']['access callback']='MYMODULE_user_access'; $items['user/%user']['access arguments']= array(1); } function MYMODULE_user_access($account){ watchdog("TEST", '<pre>' . print_r( "TEST", true) . '</pre>'); }
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Will loading a CSS file from a separate doman prevent it from being aggregated?

Fri, 08/31/2018 - 20:51

I need to stop some CSS files from being aggregated and according to some answers e.g. How do I tell Drupal not to aggregate my css file loading the file from a different domain will stop it from being aggregated.

Now I use the domain module to place content in different domains working from the same installation. Will placing the CSS files excluded from aggregation in a separate domain stop them being aggregated?

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