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Free Software Needs Free Tools :: Benjamin Mako Hill
"First, the use of nonfree tools sends an unacceptable message to users of the free software produced. “Software freedom is important for you as users,” developers seem to say, “but not for us.” Such behavior undermines the basic effectiveness of the strong ethical commitment at the heart of the free software movement."

"Secondly, we should realize that, going forward, the software we produce is only as free as the software it depends on for its continued use, distribution, and evolution."
2010  pmz  gpl  opensource  piperesearch  facme  essay  software_development 
5 weeks ago by mechazoidal
We don't *donate* to OSS software which we use, because we're legally not allowe... | Hacker News
patio11: "We don't donate to OSS software which we use, because we're legally not allowed to. I routinely send key projects, particularly smaller projects, a request to quote me a commercial license of their project, with the explanation that I would accept a quote of $1,000 and that the commercial license can be their existing OSS license plus an invoice. [...] I would do this more often if OSS projects made it easier for me to do so. Getting me to pay $1,000 for software is easy; committing me to doing lots of admin work over the course of a week is less easy. Take a look at what e.g. http://sidekiq.org/ , which is an OSS project with a commercial model, does. Two clicks gets me to a credit card form. If I actually used Sidekiq, Mike would have had my credit card on file the day that form went up."

He's asked why they're not allowed to donate, it turns out it's Japan tax+business law.

PR: funding source?
business  opensource  hn  comment  piperesearch 
june 2019 by mechazoidal
mGear Framework
"Open source rigging and animation framework for Autodesk Maya."
"mGear provides a set of convenient modules, tools and c++ solvers to streamline the development of rigging and animation tools."

Based around "animBits" and "rigBits" common libraries
3d  rigging  maya  tools  opensource 
may 2019 by mechazoidal
Ramblings from Jessie: Why open source firmware is important for security
Mostly a list of current projects, including for NICs as well. "NERF: Non-Extensible Reduced Firmware"

See this for a sort-of rebuttal for UEFI: https://lobste.rs/s/xpnidg/why_open_source_firmware_is_important_for#c_dgwiip
firmware  opensource  2019  pmz 
may 2019 by mechazoidal
The Evolution Of Open « blarg?
"I've mentioned before that I think it’s a mistake to think of federation as a feature of distributed systems, rather than as consequence of computational scarcity. But more importantly, I believe that federated infrastructure – that is, a focus on distributed and resilient services – is a poor substitute for an accountable infrastructure that prioritizes a distributed and healthy community. [...]

That’s the other part of federated systems we don’t talk about much – how much the burden of safety shifts to the individual. The cost of evolving federated systems that require consensus to interoperate is so high that structural flaws are likely to be there for a long time, maybe forever, and the burden of working around them falls on every endpoint to manage for themselves. IRC’s (Remember IRC?) ongoing borderline-unusability is a direct product of a notion of openness that leaves admins few better tools than endless spammer whack-a-mole. Email is (sort of…) decentralized, but can you imagine using it with your junkmail filters off?"

also: open vs accountable infrastructure
opensource  community  piperesearch  federation 
april 2019 by mechazoidal
What comes after “open source”
steveklabnik: "I’m still, ultimately, left with more questions than answers. But I do think I’ve properly identified the problem: many developers conceive of software freedom as something larger than purely a license that kinds in on redistribution. This is the new frontier for those who are thinking about furthering the goals of the free software and open source movements. Our old tools are inadequate, and I’m not sure that the needed replacements work, or even exist.

Something to think about, though."
opensource  history  essay  inspiration  2019 
april 2019 by mechazoidal
Welcome to Udanax.com
The combined "releases" of Xanadu: the original "green" version from 77-88, and the "gold" version supported by Autodesk. Both are now open source and public access. Versions are available, getting them to run on a modern system is theoretically possible
xanadu  opensource  piperesearch  reference 
march 2019 by mechazoidal
Hugin - Panorama photo stitcher
"an easy to use cross-platform panoramic imaging toolchain based on Panorama Tools. With Hugin you can assemble a mosaic of photographs into a complete immersive panorama, stitch any series of overlapping pictures and much more. "
(it is more like a GUI for Panorama Tools, but fully open source)
photography  tools  opensource  graphics 
december 2018 by mechazoidal
Justin Searls on Twitter: "I understand the sentiment behind "don't complain if you're not willing to fix it yourself", but in practice it will only lead us down a path to a place we don't want to go. A thread about a common notion expressed here: https:/
"I understand the sentiment behind "don't complain if you're not willing to fix it yourself", but in practice it will only lead us down a path to a place we don't want to go. A thread about a common notion expressed here: [1/11]
opensource  programming  software_development  tweets 
september 2018 by mechazoidal
You Think the Visual Studio Code binary you use is a Free Software? Think again. | Carl Chenet's Blog
Basically, the binary downloads have telemetry and monitoring baked into them. Compiling from source doesn't (and they use the MIT license terms to do that)
microsoft  opensource  2018 
september 2018 by mechazoidal
How markets plundered Free Software's best stuff and used it to create freedom for companies, not people / Boing Boing
"But markets discovered free software and turned it into "open source," figuring out how to create developer communities around software ("digital sharecropping") that lowered their costs and increased their quality. [...] Mako says that this is usually termed "strategic openness," in which companies take a process that would, by default, be closed, and open the parts of it that make strategic sense for the firm. But really, this is "strategic closedness" -- projects that are born open are strategically enclosed by companies to allow them to harvest the bulk of the value created by these once-free systems."
"Mako suggests that the time in which free software and open source could be uneasy bedfellows is over. Companies' perfection of digital sharecropping means that when they contribute to "free" projects, all the freedom will go to them, not the public."
pmz  opensource  software  from:boingboing  video 
june 2018 by mechazoidal
Qflow
"A Digital Synthesis Flow using Open Source EDA Tools" by the same guy that did IceStorm?
"It should not be assumed that the qflow tool chain can be used to create the next generation of multi-gigahertz microprocessors. But the qflow tool chain is perfectly capable of handling digital subsystems needed by many chips, including host-to-device communications (SPI and I2C, for example), signal processing (digital filters, sigma-delta modulators), arithmetic logic units, and so forth. Early versions of the qflow digital flow were used to create digital circuits used in high-performance commercial integrated circuits"
design  electronics  opensource  tools  eda  verilog 
june 2018 by mechazoidal
The Philosophy of Open Source in Community and Enterprise Software
"What we’re essentially seeing more of in the industry today, is open sourcing central technologies and reusable components without open sourcing the software it produces. This can help startups and small developers to create large, scalable products. However, those products are often locked into the ecosystems of the larger players. It’s beneficial for Facebook, Twitter and Amazon to help others create applications that feed people into their user base, because it’s more likely those products would depend on connections to the big networks rather than compete with them."
2018  stacks  opensource  gpl  programming 
june 2018 by mechazoidal
The Changelog #300: Corporate interests in open source and dev culture | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog
Note Zed's insider viewpoints on corporations and open source, along with developer organizations being passive-aggressive. Along with both of them effectively drying up the OSS talent pool
opensource  business  podcast  transcript  interview 
june 2018 by mechazoidal
Clojurists Together
"Funding critical Clojure open source software"
clojure  opensource  foundation 
march 2018 by mechazoidal
Storyboarder - The best and easiest way to storyboard. | Wonder Unit
(note that site is VERY heavyweight with background videos)
PR: note integration with other tools, it's also opensource! All of the design would be great for app interfaces. Also anti-shoutout to Sony's expensive tools.

https://github.com/wonderunit/storyboarder
storywriting  drawing  tools  opensource  piperesearch  writing  production 
december 2017 by mechazoidal
Freed Computer
"Read anecdotal Free Software success stories to help you choose and setup a Free Software computer!"
opensource  hardware  blog 
december 2017 by mechazoidal
h-node
"aims at the construction of a hardware database in order to identify what devices work with a fully free operating system. [...] h-node lists only hardware that works with free drivers and without non-free firmware. Other GNU/Linux distributions (or Debian with contrib, non-free, or some 3rd-party archives enabled) include non-free firmware files, so they cannot be used for testing."
linux  opensource  reference  wiki  hardware  pmz 
december 2017 by mechazoidal
Leaving Apple and Google: my "eelo odyssey". Part1: the mobile OS - Gaël Duval (À propos, blog, news...)
so basically trying to build an easy/low-effort/opensource stack for a phone, by customizing Android? (seems like he would prefer otherwise, but doesn't have the skills)
Using LeEco Le2 as hardware, eventually upgrade to a Xiaomi Mi 5S
android  opensource  pmz  osdev  cellphone 
november 2017 by mechazoidal
Living with an open-source phone | Read the Tea Leaves
Running a mostly 100% OSS Android phone, using LineageOS and F-Droid.
(also see lobste.rs discussion: https://lobste.rs/s/fya8hg/living_with_open_source_phone)

pmz: "Also, despite my attempts to de-mystify some of the less obvious parts of this setup, I’m in no way claiming that any of this is accessible to the non-geek, non-hacker crowd. The mere process of installing LineageOS is so far beyond the capabilities of the average non-techie that it actually fills me with a kind of despair. [...] I’m becoming concerned that my friends and I in the open-source, pro-privacy hacker scene are building a two-tiered world, where the tech elite can successfully install and configure software that maintains their security and privacy, whereas the average person is stuck either paying a premium for a privacy-respecting but closed-source iPhone, or paying a reasonable price for an Android phone where their security and privacy are far from assured."
(and also note exactly what he uses on the phone: weather, maps, comms, web browser, etc.)
android  howto  opensource  pmz  cellphone 
november 2017 by mechazoidal
CineForm Introduction | cineform-sdk by gopro
"So in 2001, the CineForm codec became the first "visually lossless" intermediate codec (not a proxy) that replaced the source with a new file with much more speed. We didn't know this was a somewhat new idea. While there were other performance optimized codecs, like HuffYUV, CineForm was the first to offer significant compression, balancing quality, speed and performance like no other before it. " Used in GoPros for awhile before cheap hardware decoding
codec  opensource  video_editing  multimedia  pmz 
october 2017 by mechazoidal
Portable Cell Network
"The goal of this project is to create a private secure portable cell network utilizing basic technologies for mobile phones that can be easily deployable in any situation. In the event of an emergency, commodity cell networks can easily become severely congested and overwhelmed. Having the ability to set up secure and reliable communications for civilians or law enforcement can save lives, facilitate responses, and provide confidence in decision making."
gsm  cellphone  radio  opensource  pmz 
october 2017 by mechazoidal
NV Access
"a free “screen reader” which enables blind and vision impaired people to use computers. It reads the text on the screen in a computerised voice. You can control what is read to you by moving the cursor to the relevant area of text with a mouse or the arrows on your keyboard. NVDA can also convert the text into braille if the computer user owns a device called a “braille display”."
windows  accessibility  software  opensource 
august 2017 by mechazoidal
MeshPoint | Rugged Wifi HotSpot For Outdoors & Crisis Areas
"originated in Croatia during the 2015 Syrian refugee crisis, when [Valent Turkovic] and other volunteers noticed that first responders, including NGOs like Greenpeace and the Red Cross, often struggled to set up communications in the field. They came to the conclusion that they couldn’t rely on the normal communications infrastructure because it was either damaged or overloaded.

The solution is a net of open source, autonomous WiFi mesh routers, scalable from a single team to serving thousands of people. Responders who won’t have time for a difficult login process, should find setup as easy as signing in to a social media site."
wifi  gear  opensource  radio 
july 2017 by mechazoidal
OpenMoko: 10 Years After (Mickey’s Story) - Vanille.deVanille.de
"My subjective view of the project, my participation, and what I think is left behind: My story, as OpenMoko employee #2."
note points:
- lots of early pie-in-sky design that was killed by initial hardware limitations
- development gap between Neo1973 and Freerunner was in 2007-2008: right when Apple and Google started releasing devices(also during Great Recession, leading to investor pullout)
- "APIs without a reference implementation are worthless and it is often more important to create things that work (de facto), than to have huge committees negotiate (de jure) standards. "
- allowed third-party distros out of the box, which lead to 10 half-working ones instead of a solid base one
- "Transparency – if you design hardware in the open, every single bug (that can perhaps be worked around in software) is immediately being revealed and talked to death. This scares potential buyers."
- "understand the incredible amount of problems a small series of custom smartphone hardware brings – including component sourcing, CAD programs, fighting against Linux mainline, defending a relatively high price, etc."
openmoko  cellphone  smartphone  opensource  history  linux  pmz 
july 2017 by mechazoidal
BSD Zero Clause License (0BSD)
by Rich Landley: "a standard 2-clause BSD license (the from OpenBSD) minus the half sentence requiring text copied verbatim into derived works. [...] Modifying the license in this way avoids the hole android toolbox fell into where 33 copies of BSD license text were concatenated together when copyright dates changed, or the strange solution the busybox developers used to resolve tension between GPLv2's "no additional restrictions" and BSD's "you must include this large hunk of text" by sticking the two licenses at opposite ends of the file and hoping nobody noticed."
licensing  bsd  opensource  legal  reference 
may 2017 by mechazoidal
GitHub - berneout/authors-certificate: practical provenance for the GitHub-and-npm set
An experiment at providing standardized licensing + git commits for NPM projects. Developed by an Actual Lawyer (not yours)
Could be useful for contributions?
piperesearch  opensource  licensing  repo:github  nodejs 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
SPDX License List | Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX)
"The purpose of the SPDX License List is to enable easy and efficient identification of [opensource/collaborative] licenses and exceptions in an SPDX document (or elsewhere). The SPDX License List includes a standardized short identifier, full name for each license, vetted license text, other basic information, and a canonical permanent URL for each license and exception. By providing a short identifier, users can efficiently refer to a license without having to redundantly reproduce the full license. License exceptions can be used with the License Expression Syntax operator, "WITH" to create a license with an exception."
licensing  resource  reference  opensource  legal 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
/dev/lawyer Open Source License Business Perception Report
"How does business perceive specific form software public licenses in Q1 2017? From this lawyer’s point of view:"
spoiler: Apache 2 is considered least painful, due to professionally drafted and explicit patent license
(this is by Actual Lawyer (not yours))
legal  licensing  reference  opensource  2017 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
LBRY - Content Freedom
"Watch, read and play in a decentralized digital library controlled by the community."
Appears to be a combination of YouTube, iTunes, backed by a Bittorrent-like protocol coupled with a blockchain(it looks like they are using a variation of the Bitcoin VM, so not sure if it integrates)
distributed  library  content  store  protocol  opensource 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
GoodFET
" an open-source JTAG adapter, loosely based upon the TI MSP430 FET UIF and EZ430U boards, as described in their documentation. [...] In addition to JTAG, the GoodFET has been inspired by HackADay's Bus Pirate to become a universal serial bus interface."
(Note that the site is hosted at sourceforge, but the source is at github: https://github.com/travisgoodspeed/goodfet )
serial  jtag  electronics  hardware  opensource 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
GitHub - adereth/dactyl-keyboard: Parameterized ergonomic keyboard
"a parameterized, split-hand, concave, columnar, ergonomic keyboard.". Full OpenSCAD, STL files and PCB layouts available
hardware  keyboard  opensource  repo:github 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
GitHub - robertfisk/USG: The USG is Good, not Bad
"a firewall for your USB ports. It connects between your computer and an untrusted USB device, isolating the badness with an internal hardware firewall. [...] The USG is the only plug-and-play BadUSB protection that does not require you to switch operating systems. It can even protect your legacy and embedded systems running out-of-date software. [...] assembled in New Zealand under my direct supervision, and the firmware is programmed from a secure device by yours truly. USG devices delivered by post have tamper-evident seals placed around the case, so any attempt to reprogram the firmware is visible."
dsec  hardware  opensource  repo:github  usb  security 
march 2017 by mechazoidal
Open Relief
"OpenRelief is a project to develop better communications tools that help clear that fog. This enables the right aid to get to the right places at the right time. [...] We are working to complement other projects around the world to support the emergence of open, humanitarian drone technology." Includes drones for water-bottle delivery, and radiation detectors like SafeCast
drones  rescue  opensource  maker  sensors 
february 2017 by mechazoidal
VoCore | Coin-sized Linux Computer
Note that it's based on a MediaTek CPU, so unsure of HOW open the OpenWRT/LEDE stuff is. Although all of the design files are open.
hardware  IoT  pmz  router  opensource 
january 2017 by mechazoidal
CRNA: Blob-less Linux on Raspberry Pi
"While there was a brief hiatus in the development of the open firmware for Raspberry Pi, we can now boot Linux straight from bootcode.bin (note, this does require an initrd built in with zImage as there are still issues with eMMC working reliably at boot)."
(as of 2017/01: still working on DMA for USB PHY, also power-management and eMMC)
raspberry_pi  linux  opensource  pmz 
january 2017 by mechazoidal
microG Project
A open reimplementation of the GApps libraries
android  library  mobile  opensource 
january 2017 by mechazoidal
J2 Downloads | Open Processor Foundation
All of the specs, source, and toolchains for building a J2 processor, whether in Xilinx FPGA or physical hardware
opensource  hardware  manufacturing  fpga  jcore 
january 2017 by mechazoidal
Smart Energy Instruments
mentioned by the AbLinux guy: " a company that's redoing the electrical grid to make solar and wind mainstream viable [...] creating open hardware by cloning architectures all the patents have expired on, releasing the resulting hardware source files under a BSD license, and writing up both how to test and modify them on FPGAs and how to negotiate with fabs to burn small runs your own wafers to make your own SOC. (Right now the smallest run it's worth doing is 6 wafers, resulting in around 36,000 chips with our little SOC, which would cost around $50k for a 150 nanometer process.)"

(although as of 2016, the AbLinux guy alludes that a large customer of theirs is attempting to patent their work, and is trying to starve the company to stop them challenging the filings)
IoT  electronics  power  electricity  opensource  jcore 
december 2016 by mechazoidal
BitlBee: An IRC to other chat networks gateway
"brings IM (instant messaging) to IRC clients. It's a great solution for people who have an IRC client running all the time and don't want to run an additional MSN/AIM/whatever client. [...] XMPP/Jabber (including Google Talk and Hipchat), MSN/Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, AIM and ICQ, the Twitter microblogging network (plus all other Twitter API compatible services like status.net)"
im  chat  twitter  software  opensource 
september 2016 by mechazoidal
mpv
"a fork of mplayer2 and MPlayer. It shares some features with the former projects while introducing many more."
Note that it can even play web video(using youtube-dl) , and has a CLI client! Even embeddeable via a simple C API!
multimedia  software  video_software  opensource  apps 
september 2016 by mechazoidal
A Primer on Bézier Curves
"A free, online book for when you really need to know how to do Bézier things."
book  bezier  2d  math  graphics  opensource  interactive  reference 
september 2016 by mechazoidal
​Linus Torvalds' love-hate relationship with the GPL
on the heels of the EOMA68 stuff, note another data point: quiet financial encouragement rather than legal enforcement has proved to work out much better for GPL issues
gpl  legal  article  opensource  linux  from:zdnet 
august 2016 by mechazoidal
Earth-friendly EOMA68 Computing Devices - FSF RYF Background | CrowdSupply
not fully sure I agree with everything, but he does make a good point about using financial pressure(ie, "being open makes you more profit") over boycotts.
opensource  hardware  china  gongkai  manufacturing  linux  eoma68 
august 2016 by mechazoidal
mwrlabs/needle
"an open source, modular framework to streamline the process of conducting security assessments of iOS apps."
ios  security  dsec  opensource  repo:github  software  tools 
august 2016 by mechazoidal
The Ethics of Unpaid Labor and the OSS Community | ashe dryden
"tl;dr: I want to see all people fairly compensated for their labor without feeling forced into it; I do not want to see free and open source software stopped."
opensource  business  ethics  labor  essay 
july 2016 by mechazoidal
IBM Capsense USB keyboard controllers
"A few years ago I acquired a few old IBM keyboards—that used capacitive sensing—that I wanted to get working with a modern computer. So I read the original IBM patents for capacitive sensing, and designed my own set of USB capsense controllers. All the code/schematics/board layouts etc. is licensed GPLv3 and available"
keyboard  hardware  ibm  opensource  electronics 
july 2016 by mechazoidal
Open Source Infrastructure White Paper
"A live-tweeted read through of Nadia Eghbal's OSS Infrastructure white paper" ("Roads and Bridges")
storify  analysis  report  oss  opensource  business  infrastructure 
july 2016 by mechazoidal
Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure
Phenomenal report on current OSS practices and business.
"Our modern society runs on software. But the tools we use to build software are buckling under increased demand. [...] In the face of unprecedented demand, the costs of not supporting our digital infrastructure are numerous. No individual company or organization is incentivized to address the public good problem alone. In order to support our digital infrastructure, we must find ways to work together."
report  opensource  infrastructure  business  archive_it  2016 
july 2016 by mechazoidal
ChipWhisperer®: Security Research
"the first open-source toolchain for embedded hardware security research including side-channel power analysis and glitching. The innovative synchronous capture technology is unmatched by other tools, even from commercial vendors. Similar commercial equipment is too expensive ($30k+), and being closed-source limits usefulness for academics. Instead this project bridges the gap between academic research and in-the-trenches engineering. "
security  dsec  opensource  hardware  electronics  cryptography 
july 2016 by mechazoidal
EB Garamond
"In the world of free software, however, only a few Garamond-inspired fonts exist, and as far as I know, none with the scope of EB Garamond. [...] Nevertheless, it’s time for the opensource community to have a classical Garamond and I promise, i’ll try hard to learn and give my best."
fonts  resource  typography  opensource  free 
june 2016 by mechazoidal
SWFWire
"a set of open source tools for Flash": includes Inspector, Debugger, Decompiler, etc.
flash  opensource  debugging  decompiler 
june 2016 by mechazoidal
jindrapetrik/jpexs-decompiler
"Opensource flash SWF decompiler and editor. Extract resources, convert SWF to FLA, edit ActionScript, replace images, sounds, texts or fonts. Various output formats available. Works with Java on Windows, Linux or MacOS."
flash  opensource  tools  debugging  decompiler  programming 
june 2016 by mechazoidal
The Amazing Audio Engine
"a sophisticated framework for iOS audio applications, built so you don't have to. It is designed to be very easy to work with, and handles all of the intricacies of iOS audio on your behalf. Built upon the efficient and low-latency Core Audio Remote IO system, The Amazing Audio Engine lets you get to work on making your app great instead of reinventing the wheel." The engine powering Loopy(http://loopyapp.com/) and Audiobus

As of 2017/03, deprecated in favor of AudioKit
ios  osx  audio  library  programming  multimedia  opensource 
june 2016 by mechazoidal
mapzen
"an open, sustainable, and accessible mapping platform.
Our tools let you display, search, and navigate your world."

Includes Tangram(flexible 2d/3d real-time map rendering), Turn-by-Turn(direction/routing service), and Mapzen Search(general geographic search engine). All tools plug into opensource repositories, like OpenStreetMap
maps  software  opensource  resource  openstreetmap 
june 2016 by mechazoidal
hashcat
"Worlds fastest password cracker, first and only GPGPU based rule engine"
opensource  security  software  pentest  dsec  tools 
may 2016 by mechazoidal
asciinema - Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way
"a free and open source solution for recording terminal sessions and sharing them on the web. " Note that they LOOK like embedded video, but they're actually Javascript+CSS !
sharing  tools  terminal  opensource  recording 
april 2016 by mechazoidal
The Open Steno Project
"seeks to bring free software, low-cost hardware, and interactive learning tools to everyone who wants to use steno[graphy] for their personal or professional pursuits."
text  hardware  input  stenography  opensource  resource 
march 2016 by mechazoidal
Rebuttal to Stallman’s Story About The Formation of Symbolics and LMI << Dan Weinreb's Weblog
Dan Weinreb tells his side of the story about the infamous RMS' Lisp machine/MIT AI Lab story
symbolics  history  gnu  post  archived  opensource 
march 2016 by mechazoidal
oddnetworks/oddworks
"OTT Video Platform for Roku, Apple, Android, Fire TV, XBOX, and more" : Odd Networks' Github repo
repo:github  streaming  nodejs  opensource  media 
march 2016 by mechazoidal
Odd Networks - Build for TV
"an open source video distribution platform built to destroy the barriers to streaming television"
streaming  video  tv  tools  opensource  media 
march 2016 by mechazoidal
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