FreeCAD 0.17 “Roland” released

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This release of FreeCAD is dedicated to our friend Roland Frank who left us in 2017. He was an active and well-appreciated member of the FreeCAD forum, and his video tutorials on the Learn FreeCAD and BPLFRE Youtube channels helped many people get started with FreeCAD.
This is the official 0.17 release of FreeCAD for Windows and Mac OS platforms. Linux users are advised to get FreeCAD from their distribution’s repository, or from our PPA if using Ubuntu.
The AppImage should work on most modern 64 bit Linux distributions. Download the file and make it executable. It’s self contained and should be portable.
Release notes
Note:OS X build supports >=10.11Win x86 supports XP/Vista/7/8/10Win x64 supports Vista/7/8/10
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How to Install OpenProject on CentOS 7

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure OpenProject on CentOS 7. OpenProject is an open source web-based management system for location-independent team collaboration. It’s a project management software that provides features like task-management, team collaboration, scrum, and more.


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Juro grabs $2M to take the hassle out of contracts

UK startup Juro, which is applying a “design centric approach” and machine learning tech to help businesses speed up the authoring and management of sales contracts, has closed $2m in seed funding led by Point Nine Capital.
Prior investor Seedcamp also contributed to the round. Juro is announcing Taavet Hinrikus (TransferWise’s co-founder) as an investor now too, as well as Michael Pennington (Gumtree co-founder) and the family office of Paul Forster (co-founder of Indeed.com).
Back in January 2017 the London-based startup closed a $750,000 (£615k) seed round, though CEO and co-founder Richard Mabey tells us that was really better classed as an angel round — with Point Nine Capital only joining “late” in the day.
“We actually could have strung it out to Series A,” he says of the funding that’s being announced now. “But we had multiple offers come in and there is so much of an explosion in demand for the [machine learning] that


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