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violences sexistes, féminicides 

quand j'entends parler de féminicides, dans ma tête, je vois une pyramide de violence

pour 200 femmes qui meurent par an,

2.000 vont à l’hôpital pour blessures graves
20.000 pour blessures légères
200.000 subissent des violences conjugales
2.000.000 subissent des violences psychologiques et verbales
20.000.000 subissent des micro-agressions quotidiennes

(les chiffres ne sont pas exacts, mais les ordres de grandeurs sont corrects)

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This is a #painting by Léon Frédéric from 1907 called The Flemish Lace Maker or "La dentellière flamande"

I'm not really sure why, but it's aesthetically appealing to me on so many levels

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"This fund is for queer writers of color who are in critical need due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With thanks to the Philadelphia Assembly and the Money in the Streets initiative, we'll be able to provide 40 queer writers of color with $250 each.
This fund will prioritize trans women writers of color.
The deadline to apply is May 13 at 11:59PM PST. You will be notified in late May of your status."

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Le coût de la #virilité
"En France, les #hommes sont responsables de l'écrasante majorité des comportements asociaux : ils représentent 84% des auteurs d'accidents de la route mortels, 92% des élèves sanctionnés pour des actes relevant d'atteinte aux biens et aux personnes au collège, 90% des personnes condamnées par la justice, 86% des mis en cause pour meurtre, 97% des auteurs de violences sexuelles, etc. [...] Lucile Peytavin, historienne et membre du Laboratoire de l'égalité, s'interroge sur les raisons de cette surreprésentation des hommes comme principaux auteurs des violences et des comportements à risque, et tente d'estimer le coût financier de l'ensemble de ces préjudices pour l'État et donc pour chaque"

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🇫🇷 Voici quelques #podcasts 🎙️ hébergés par @Castopod 📼 et accessibles sur Mastodon 🐘. N'hésitez pas à les suivre !
🇺🇸 Here are some podcasts (French speaking) hosted by Castopod and available on Mastodon.

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(Well, "leading" as in it's the one I've seen used at unis most. But looks like MAXQDA and ATLAS.ti are up there too, I've just never had the opportunity to try them out.)

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There's a few issues here, depending on the tool:

- Difficulty to install
- Accessibility and user experience
- Lack of features when compared to proprietary product
- How sustainable the project is (i.e. low number of contributors, no institutional backing or supporting structure)

However, the work is of course very much appreciated, and all these tools need to be promoted, financed, documented, contributed to... so we can have convincing alternatives to current proprietary QDA tools. 💚


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- , an package which was unfortunately kicked out of CRAN a while ago, so hard to install. Seems to depend on one person.
- , lovely browser-based tool, actively developed.
- , promising Python-based tool, actively developed but installation barrier too high for now.
- , browser-based as well, with more features than others, but I found the interface hard to grasp. Has institutional backing.

Do you know of other notable Open Source QDA tools?


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In (), NVivo is the leading (proprietary) tool. Open Source alternatives are far behind in features, and I feel it is one category of tools that is really lacking in the toolbox.

Currently, I would highlight four tools:


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The final result is:

* R = 25%
* G = 40%
* B = 36%

As expected (and described in the thread), the gamut is pretty low (ie. not an immense possibility of colours, due to fact that masto polls options sum is 100)

0..100 to 0..255 (in gimp) give:

* R = 63.8 (64)
* G = 102
* B = 91.8 (92)

HTML: #40665C

It's a soft, dark, bluish green!

It's complimentary color is #66404A (102,64,74)

Its triadic scheme:
#5C4066 (92,64,102) and #665C40 (102,92,64)

We could call it "Fédi-vert"?

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Vegan food 

My first time making rosella jam. The plant is Hibiscus sabdariffa (Malvaceae).
You separate the fleshy calyx from the fruit, then cook the fruit separately to get the pectin, use the resulting juice to boil the calyces and cook it with sugar.
I’m amazed at the diversity of uses of the plant, I had no idea:

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