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The USA ESTA application website offers an example image of a passport page in order to find the different data fields. In this example image the country stated is Utopia, and the nationality Utopian.
Well, for such a website I found this to be a nice touch.
Also, the place of birth of imaginary Utopian citizen Anna Maria is the city of Zenith. And her signature is so sweet. Someone has been thinking conceptually here too.
Oceans of Noise: Episode One – Science Weekly #podcast
English-as-secondary-language speaker me doesn't say "mesmerizing" very often, or at all. And yet, when I started listening this podcast, this is the word that popped in my mind.
I just listened the first episode and there are two more in the queue. So much to listen.
With all its problems I think it's one of the most utopian movements out there, giving free knowledge to everyone on the planet. I don't understand why it's so absent in the popular culture.
Reddit Study Shows Power of Community Guidelines in Combating Harassment
A simple reminder helped keep discussions civil.
Very good reading, all well put in one piece:
The privilege of free time in Open Source
Open Source communities often incorrectly believe that everyone can contribute. Unfortunately, not everyone has equal amounts of free time to contribute...
I opened an issue where people can give feedback and discuss the API so that we can make sure it will meet the needs of Fediverse developers. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please contribute to the discussion:
My team at the Wikimedia Foundation is hiring a designer.
Associate Designer, Community Relations
Remote is good (most of our team members are remote to each other). Join us!
"The European Court of Human Rights affirmed that hyperlinking is protected free expression. Here’s why we’re applauding."
Wikimedia Foundation community relations at work. Opinions are mine.