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So, the company I work for (Swedish-based tech startup Commons Machinery...one of few to have more female employees than male!) is launching a new automated attribution database to help improve Creative Commons licensing and make collaboration and copyright easier to navigate. But we need people to engage with our extensions and tell us what they need. So...help? The ones we have right now are ONLY for Linux users (or anyone who wants to install a shadow desktop of Linux), so if you go sign up on http://elog.io we will send you a link to our most recent extensions, plus a link to a Google survey to fill out. Any feedback is appreciated, we need it all! submitted by clairelitton [link] [comment]

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Hello Reddit Linux community. We are organizing a national physics congress (in Argentina, with ~600 attendants expected) and, as part of the event, we are giving away a PenDrive (8gb capacity) to every attendant with the Abstract Book in PDF. As we will have a lot of unused space inside the PenDrives, I thought it could be a nice opportunity to promote the usage of Linux by distributing an ISO of one distribution (I was thinking in Ubuntu LTS) and some instructive PDF (with information about Linux, the Linux community, installation instructions, useful programs, etc.). Do you think this is a good idea? What else would you put inside the PenDrives? Do you know of a good instructive PDF, preferably in Spanish? Thank you! submitted by nicocarbone [link] [4 comments]

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So I have a question about btrfs in raid5 setup. I am building file storage and would like to use btrfs because of its flexibility compared to zfs. If I have btrfs raid5 volume with different size disks, say 3TB+3TB+4TB what happens when bigger one (4TB) dies? Whole volume should be unavailable because I lost more than 33% of storage, right? But if that is true why the possibility to mix and match different size disks in btrfs (raid5)? submitted by lordgraylord [link] [comment]

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