Inkscape 0.92 Is Released

Wednesday saw the official release of Inkscape 0.92. Eleven months in the making, this version comes with many improvements, including mesh gradients, an improved Pencil tool that features interactive smoothing and much more.

The Screening Room

Inkscape, the very popular open source cross-platform vector drawing program, has released version 0.92. Check out the new features in this very nicely done video. (Note: The sound level is a bit loud in this video. You might want to turn the volume down on your computer before starting the video.)

The program is so popular, a student in Los Altos, California, once asked his parents to get it for him as a Christmas present. Suppose your child’s fondest wish was to own a no-cost software program from which they could derive thousands of hours of use and enjoyment. Without knowing it, this child gave his parents a Christmas gift of their own. And the programmers who


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Bootstrap 4 Alpha 6 Released

06 Jan 2017

Alpha 6 has landed, and it’s one of our biggest ships to date. We’ve rewritten our grid system and all major components in flexbox, forging ahead with it as our default layout option as we drop IE9 support. With 700 commits since our last release, we have some catching up to do.

Read one for highlights from this release. We also recommend reviewing the ship list and milestone for a more detailed look at what’s changed.

Embracing Flexbox

Bootstrap 4 is now flexbox by default! Flexbox is an immensely powerful layout tool, providing unparalleled flexibility (hah) and control to our grid system and core components. It comes at the cost of dropping IE9 support, but brings significant improvements to component layout, alignment, and sizing.

Bootstrap flexbox on jsbin.com

If you’re unfamiliar with flexbox, here’s some of the power you can expect to utilize in Bootstrap 4:

Automatic equal-width grid columns (e.g., two


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Moving the Drupal 8 workflow initiative along

Republished from buytaert.net
Nine months ago I wrote about the importance of improving Drupal’s content workflow capabilities and how we set out to include a common base layer of workflow-related functionality in Drupal 8 core. That base layer would act as the foundation on which we can build a list of great features like cross-site content staging, content branching, site previews, offline browsing and publishing, content recovery and audit logs. Some of these features are really impactful; 5 out of the top 10 most requested features for content authors are related to workflows (features 3-7 on the image below). We will deliver feature requests 3 and 4 as part of the “content workflow initiative” for Drupal 8. Feature requests 5, 6 and 7 are not in scope of the current content workflow initiative but still stand to benefit significantly from it. Today, I’d like to provide an update on the workflow initiative’s progress


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Let’s Encrypt 2016 in Review

Our first full year as a live CA was an exciting one. I’m incredibly proud of what our team and community accomplished during 2016. I’d like to share some thoughts about how we’ve changed, what we’ve accomplished, and what we’ve learned.

At the start of 2016, Let’s Encrypt certificates had been available to the public for less than a month and we were supporting approximately 240,000 active (unexpired) certificates. That seemed like a lot at the time! Now we’re frequently issuing that many new certificates in a single day while supporting more than 20,000,000 active certificates in total. We’ve issued more than a million certificates in a single day a few times recently. We’re currently serving an average of 6,700 OCSP responses per second. We’ve done a lot of optimization work, we’ve had to add some hardware, and there have been some long nights for our staff, but we’ve been able


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Show HN: Polltab – Create a Poll, because polls are fun

Type in your question, and add some choices. You can also create a more engaging poll by associating an Image or YouTube link to the question. Once you finish adding your question and choices you can simply press the create button and you’re done!Polltab offers voting restrictions for polls that requires extra security. You can optionally set the voting security to Facebook or Twitch. This will require voters to login to their account and authenticate before they can cast a vote.Results are updated in real-time, this means the moment a vote goes through you will see the results update without having to refresh the page!


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