Learn IRC commands with new cheat sheet

Download the cheat sheet, then practice your fresh chat skills by connecting with one of your favorite open source communities in IRC.

Download the cheat sheet, then practice your fresh chat skills by connecting with one of your favorite open source communities in IRC.

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Chromium To Get Support For MP3

An anonymous reader shares a post: Chromium, the open source project behind Google Chrome, Opera and several other browsers, is going to support MP3. This would enable users and websites to play MP3 files in Chromium browser. A Chromium contributor informed about this, “We have approval from legal to go ahead and move MP3 into non-proprietary codecs list.” The MP3 support in Chromium is targeted for version 62.

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Motion Stills – Now on Android

Posted by Karthik Raveendran and Suril Shah, Software Engineers, Google ResearchLast year, we launched Motion Stills, an iOS app that stabilizes your Live Photos and lets you view and share them as looping GIFs and videos. Since then, Motion Stills has been well received, being listed as one of the top apps of 2016 by The Verge and Mashable. However, from its initial release, the community has been asking us to also make Motion Stills available for Android. We listened to your feedback and today, we’re excited to announce that we’re bringing this technology, and more, to devices running Android 5.1 and later!Motion Stills on Android: Instant stabilization on your device.With Motion Stills on Android we built a new recording experience where everything you capture is instantly transformed into delightful short clips that are easy to watch and share. You can capture a short Motion Still with a single tap

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Install OpenLiteSpeed, PHP 7 & MariaDB on Debian and Ubuntu

In our previous article, we’ve described how to setup OpenLiteSpeed(HTTP) server, PHP 7 and MariaDB on CentOS 7. In this article, we will explain how to install and setup OpenLiteSpeed – High Performance HTTP…
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