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    Open series to see LLF Comment Project statement or see Poetry and Short Stories series notes for my Blanket Permission Statement but basically, as long as you credit, yes you can.

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    Aziraphale is a Guardian, Crowley is beginning to understand what that means.

    Crowley mentally wrestling with the events of The Ark scene and an angel that needs protecting.

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    A combination of poems I wrote that were inspired by each other. With a sub series 'Trauma' of directly connected poems.

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    Open series to see LLF Comment Project statement or see Poetry and Short Stories series notes for my Blanket Permission Statement but basically, as long as you credit, yes you can.

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    Inspired by tumblr post about how Steve is likely highly vulnerable to abuse relationships after waking up from the ice and the question 'Who protects Steve?'

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    Leyla Acaroglu: Paper beats plastic? How to rethink environmental folklore by Leyla Acaroglu

    Fandoms: TED Talks

    This work isn't hosted on the Archive so this blurb might not be complete or accurate.

    08 Nov 2020

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    Most of us want to do the right thing when it comes to the environment. But things aren't as simple as opting for the paper bag, says sustainability strategist Leyla Acaroglu. A bold call for us to let go of tightly-held green myths and think bigger in order to create systems and products that ease strain on the planet.

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    08 Nov 2020

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    Aka how to make things more efficient/sustainable by improving their design, not just focusing on making the materials of the product more sustainable but the product design itself. So efficiency is built into the way the product works and is used to make it more sustainable.

    For example designing electric kettles that encourage you to only boil the water you actually need so you don't waste energy or simply allow you to boil one cup of water without worrying you'll damage the kettle by underfilling it. Speaking from experience, if you don't typically boil water while people are sleeping, stove top whistling kettles are a great way to get around that issue since they don't have minimal fill lines. Getting into the habit of filling a kettle literally via mug fulls and asking those around you if they want hot water before you turn on the jug* is also a good way to heat up the right amount of water and avoid double boiling the kettle because someone else sees you with boiled water and decides they want some.

    *This may already be common in some places but I'm not from a big tea drinking country so it wasn't common to ask if anyone else wanted tea/coffee unless there are guests or it's a gathering of some kind. So it was interesting to see how it went from a sustainability thing for me and then was taken up by others for a variety of reasons until it became a common thing people did. The language also changed from 'Would anyone like a cup of tea/coffee?' to a more casual 'Would anyone like hot water?' since everyone drinks different things and would make their own drinks as desired once the water was boiled.

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    2040 (Film) by Damon Gameau

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    07 Nov 2020

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    A vision of 2040: everything we need for a sustainable world already exists - Damon Gameau

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    07 Nov 2020

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    A breath of fresh air of solution focused thinking rather than doom day warnings. A film that explores solutions that already exist, that could be used to create a better future in what the creator calls 'fact based dreaming'.

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    Join Dodificus and Paraka as they discuss music and sound effects. Why we add them, how we do it, where to find effects, as well as fun examples inserted.

    To find links to all the sites and podfics discussed in this and past episodes, check out our pinboard.

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    04 Apr 2020

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    Links Inside:

    Tutorials:
    Uploading and Streaming Podfic: Part 1, Hosting Sites
    Uploading and Streaming Podfic: Part 2, Coding for Embedded Audio Players

    Free content:
    FreeSound.org

    Challenges:
    Merlin Out Loud Podfic Bang: FAQ Masterpost
    InShipping
    Swen Podfic Masterlist
    Pod Together Challenge
    Podfic Big Bang

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    Otwcode/Otwarchive by gbhsrspm (Last editor)

    Fandoms: Meta - Fandom

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    30 Mar 2020

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    gbhsrspm edited this page on 27 Oct 2019 · 31 revisions:

    Hello, and thank you for your interest in contributing to the otwarchive project!

    You are very welcome to submit drive-by pull requests for the AO3 software. In addition to our Contributing Guidelines, you can find our Commit Policy and Coding Standards on this wiki. Please note that we have a backlog of approved issues and verified bugs in our AO3 project on JIRA and fixes for these will be given priority over pull requests for features which are not on our roadmap.

    We recommend using our Vagrant development environment to work on the Archive, but we also provide instructions for installing the otwarchive software on the OS of your choice:

    Set up the Archive on OS X using Homebrew
    Set up the Archive on Linux
    Set up the Archive on Windows
    We also offer web-based development environments to official OTW volunteers. Open positions will be listed on the Volunteer page at the Organization for Transformative Works' website.

    This wiki is publicly editable! Unless a page says that it should only be edited by official OTW volunteers, feel free to edit.

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    30 Mar 2020

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    https://archiveofourown.org/admin_posts/15376

    dochidope:
    This was a fun read! Interesting to know what exactly the volunteers do, and makes you appreciate them more for all the hard work that's put in ^__^

    I was wondering if you guys use github/gitlab to store your codebase? If yes, could you share your experience with it?

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    sarken:
    We do! We occasionally use a self-hosted instance of GitLab, but 99.9% of the time, we use GitHub. You can find us at otwcode/otwarchive or by following the version link in the Development section of the Archive's footer.

    In the very early days, AD&T used Google Code to host the code base, but that was before I became a volunteer, so I don't have anything to compare GitHub to, nor did I experience the migration process. I find both GitHub and GitLab straightforward to use, though, and it's nice to see new folks drop by our GitHub repo with bug fixes.

    Actually, it's more than nice: it's rewarding. Our documentation used to be entirely internal, but one of my pet projects has been moving some of it onto our our GitHub wiki to encourage more contributions, and once GitHub started offering them, AD&T staffer Ariana got the ball rolling on adding contributing guidelines and a pull request template. And thanks to AD&T and Systems staffer james_, we also offer a Vagrant development environment anyone can use. So it's been pretty satisfying to see the work we've quietly been doing pay off in the form of more casual contributions from other GitHub users -- some of them are even working on adding Docker support, which might encourage even more in the future.

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    Once upon a time, Harry Potter hid for two hours from Dudley in a chemistry classroom, while a nice graduate student explained about the scientific method and interesting facts about acids. A pebble thrown into the water causes ripples.

    Contains, in no particular order: magic candymaking, Harry falling in love with a house, evil kitten Draco Malfoy, and Hermione attempting to apply logic to the wizarding world.

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