It took some work, but I managed to install the app Signal without a physical smart phone. But there is a big drawback with this.
Most people who use Signal, use it as their default app to send sms with. In practice, it means that they will send a regular sms to anyone who does not have Signal installed, and an encrypted Signal message to anyone who have ...
Here's what I decided to do:
About Kubernetes Descision
Kubernetes is just too complicated for me. I don't have any doubt I could learn it, but the thing I'm worried about is getting caught in the Kubernete internals for hours and days instead of writing code and doing actual development. I feel like Kubernetes is a giant cruise ship and I'd be the only ...
We are using Openmeetings as our video conference, some what same as BigBlueButton (already suggested in one of the answer), here we can share our PDF, Spreedsheet or any other file as on whiteboard.
We can draw on whiteboard also.
I would recommend Openmeetings for this.
Here are some demo links:
https://om.alteametasoft.com:8443/next #Next version of ...
Actually come to think of it there is one more option "Delta Chat".
This is a new open source project which has recently become very stable and the unique point of this tool is that you can chat with anyone who has an email so they do not need to have the client. You do not need to provide a phone number and in many ways it is like an email client really ...
Actually jitsi does have the ability to restrict who kicks out... This is also explained on their community page under exactly same concern:
However, meet.jit.si the hosted solution as explained on that post has a module enabled which allows anyone to kick out ...
Have you considered using IRC? There are numerous clients for both desktop Linux(personally I use XChat, but that's far from the only option) and smartphones, it's free and doesn't require a phone number.
Your soft requirements: Most clients and servers are open source, and while by default it's not great when it comes to privacy, you can set up your own ...
BigBlueButton would meet your requirements:
Does not require to own a server or domain (by me): While you can self-host it, there are providers offering it for you. Though BBB itself being open source, that would most likely mean to pay for the (hosting) service.
Conference Calling: Yes.
Screen Sharing: Yes. Combining the two: I've ...
it has a lot of extensions, completely free and it’s open source
although it may be confused to be a gaming alternative because of it’s capability for screen sharing
but it’s a really broad and free solution
and no kicking, only admins can kick.
Such a program probably doesn't exist. But the question is based on the wrong assumption that you need formal ocr to get the desired compression ratios. There is a actually at least one image compression algorithm, jbig2, that uses similar symbol classification techniques without actual ocr.
This algorithm basically creates its own "font" (symbol table), ...
From this answer on U&L SE:
Use ack / ack-grep:
ack --passthru --color string file
rg --passthru pattern file.txt
You can also achieve the same using grep:
grep --color -E "test|$" yourfile
In Linux the default pdf viewer(in ubuntu) evince can view a pdf with forms and also allow you to fill up the forms. Although the experience is not that pleasant.
Okular can handle forms preety well. My experience with it is really good. Although it does not allow you to add signature from an image file or to create a pdf with forms.
Finally, Libreoffice ...
Sockets on the local host are the most usual way of doing this sort of thing - the file option can hit problems unless: a) Each thread has its own file & b) all writes are flushed and event then you can hit buffering problems & race conditions.
I would suggest that you look into using the built-in Multiprocessing Library with Managers to handle the ...
LibreOffice is a free, open source, GUI tool that can save to DocBook 5.1 XML ("File → Save As… → DocBook (xml)"). It can also read the DocBook files it generates.
There seems little documentation available, but I found out already that it seems based on proper use of the pre-defined paragraph and character styles:
Paragraph style "Heading 1" will be ...