Amara (Universal Subtitles) is great stuff! You submit the URL into the Amara website and a tool opens up that lets you enter subtitles for the video, in three easy (or easier than I thought!) steps.
A few days ago I caught up with Tigtog, who’d flown to Melbourne from Sydney to attend the AdaCamp unconference. I also had the opportunity to meet other people I’ve “met” in the blogosphere, including Mary Gardiner. Mary is, of… Read More ›
livestream video of the Ada Initiative founders at Linux Conf Au
Skud is launching a project to preserve the history of Australian music in as open a manner as possible. Can you help?
I am in the process of co-founding a non-profit called the Ada Initiative, which is seeking funding to undertake advocacy for women. The Ada Initiative is focused on women in open technology and culture generally, which includes online activists, members of fandom, remixers, open source hackers and many others If you are interested, take our census or ask questions here.
Remember the Penguicon “Open Source Boob Project” that took place at Penguicon, and the resulting grassroots idea – the “Open Source Women Back Each Other Up Project“? Feminist comics fandom site Girl-Wonder has formalised things a little more, and has… Read More ›