Mastodon, Mastodon, Mastodon, what is Mastodon anyway? It is a social network with elephant logo, and unlike Facebook or Twitter, it's social toward other social networks. For me seeking free software and privacy respecting social network which is huge, Mastodon is a match. It is fun. Let me share my experience with you since I first registered 2019. Happy sharing!

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Here is how to put PeerTube videos in the new social network Mastodon. First copy the URL of the video. Then paste it into your toot on Mastodon. Finally toot it. Now the video published at Mastodon! In some cases toot appears may not instantly display the video but only the URL and when it happens simply refresh your browser. That's it.

 
(Example: my PeerTube video Ubuntu for Teachers & Students published at my Mastodon)

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As I said on previous KOrganizer Overview, it can be integrated to your desktop. To do so, simply right click your desktop clock > Configure Digital Clock > Calendar > enable PIM > PIM Event Plugin > enable calendars you have > OK. Now all schedules from KOrganizer are synchronized with clock's calendar. For more details watch a six minutes video below. For further learning, see additional last section. Happy scheduling!


 (This is video titled KOrganizer Desktop Integration you can also watch it at PeerTube)

Integrated Calendar


Here's how it looks like when your desktop is already integrated with KOrganizer.

 
(Integration: clock's calendar displays 1st date the same schedules as KOrganizer 1st date)

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KOrganizer is a colorful and useful calendar application for computer. For years, it helps me schedule my works, teaching, and personal life and also reminds me for important appointments so I won't forget any task I should do. It works offline and can also work with online calendar services you have. After I wrote many articles about it before, now I want to sum them up in a simple yet thorough overview of this awesome tool. Thanks to all KOrganizer developers I could reach up to this point with it. Let me share with you, it is fun! I believe you will also love scheduling after reading this. Happy scheduling!


(This video is titled KOrganizer Introduction and you can also watch it on PeerTube) 

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Teacher who uses computer can zoom in and increase cursor visibility on screen aside from drawing free lines and displaying keystrokes. Thanks to KDE developers, Plasma desktop has these all enjoyable teaching features built-in since a long time. You do not need to install any application, just enable them on the System Settings. Together these make a complete environment for teaching especially for screencast and live presentation. I make this short article and also a video below to explain how to do that. Finally, if you want this superb teaching ability I suggest you to use Kubuntu the friendly operating system on your computer. Happy teaching!


(Take note that Super = Meta = Win key so Super+Shift or Meta+Shift is the same as Win+Shift)
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Reload is the process refreshing the information of download sources in an Ubuntu system. If you observe, you will find that actually Ubuntu downloads several dozen megabytes of data when reloading and in fact you can reduce up to half size. This article supplies you information to tinker with that with sources.list configuration and APT command. You will see best of this in an experiment-dedicated system if you have. Lastly, I practiced this on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa and you can practice this also on other versions. Enjoy tinkering!


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Hello, YouTubers! Here is a new YouTube called PeerTube. It is originated from alternative world: the free software community, a society that cares about software freedom and computer user's privacy. PeerTube brings new concepts called federation and instance you didn't find at your previous video sharing. And because you are interested to it, here is the friendly user guide to share videos on PeerTube step by step. As example so you can learn more easily, here I practice using my PeerTube account registered at Libre.Video instance with 1GB upload quota. Happy watching!


(A beautiful video published at PeerTube from a computing community, the KDE Project)

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Let me share with you my Ubuntu tips for teaching and studying you could practice easily at school. Of course these tips are based more on free/libre open source software principles so you will see alternatives like PeerTube among mentioned tools. However, all software mentioned below are Free Software exclusively and available in 20.04 Focal Fossa. I hope websites other than UbuntuBuzz follow by exposing Ubuntu education capability like this. Happy studying!


(A six minute video featuring education tools on Focal - among them LibreOffice and Kazam | this video is downloadable, hosted at peertube)
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