Gitter 21.28.0 deploying to production, https://gitlab.com/gitterHQ/webapp/-/pipelines/300590725
Now with the ability to start a DM conversation with a Matrix user! Hover over their avatar to bring up the user popover, then press the "Chat privately" button. 🗣
Aperio Software is hiring! We are looking for someone to join our team as a software developer to work on a variety of open source scientific software projects. See http://aperiosoftware.com/jobs for more details.
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👋 It's time for another Synapse release candidate! 1.27.0rc2 is out now, with a formal release due early next week pending feedback on this RC. Check out the changelog at https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/blob/v1.27.0rc2/CHANGES.md#synapse-1270rc2-2021-02-11 and let us know how it works for you
Starting Wednesday at the #AAS237 Astropy booth, we're hosting a series of webinars on Python packages for astronomical research including @[email protected], @[email protected], ccdproc, and accessing NASA archives. Attendees can enter to win a $25 @[email protected] credit!
With thanks to hrj (http://github.com/hrj/) for the original that it's based on, here's a quick feature chart that compares various WhatsApp alternatives:
STS-53 is here and with it we've got a secret satellite, a fictional hot tub, and a space shuttle full of dogs. I promise that sentence will make sense at the end of the episode. #STS53 1/9
Just wow. Here's the processed December 14 eclipse image showing the coronal mass ejection:
Today's fun hack has been visualising how PFSS solutions vary with height 🌞🧲
Originally planned for a two-year mission studying our Sun, the ESA/NASA Solar & Heliospheric Observatory, 'SOHO', will mark a quarter century of scientific discovery next week 👉https://www.esa.int/About_Us/ESA_Publications/ESA_Publications_Brochures/ESA_BR-328_SOHO #Soho25
Space Shuttle Endeavour is ready to fly and it's got quite a mission ahead of it. Record-breaking EVAs, satellite wrangling, orbiter rewiring.. this is one heck of a flight. #STS49 1/5
Delighted to announce that pfsspy now has a paper you can read and cite🎉🧲🧙♂️🌞📰 https://twitter.com/JOSS_TheOJ/status/1319469111148150785
Made a gif of some of the images @[email protected] took of an auroral substorm over our barracks in Svalbard in 2011while we were studying the #AuroraBorealis in Svalbard
@[email protected] for our MPhys with @[email protected]
Here's a visualization of all the NOAA active regions on the Sun over the past solar cycle (SC24) and their evolution - the butterfly diagram (top) can clearly be seen 🌞 made via @[email protected] to query the HEK and visualized with @[email protected]
This week we are running an 'ask us anything' for the @[email protected]! If you have any burning questions about the code, have some new ideas to add to the project, or just fancy a chat be sure to say hi to our developers on 18 and 19 August!
If you are an independent web developer and you care about the open web for your own sustainability, one of the easiest things you can do to help is TEST ON AND USE FIREFOX.
Scientific Python developer, Lead of sunpy.org, contributor to Astropy, works for DKIST. Enjoys hacking on Matrix, and games in most forms.
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