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Due to how design systems are composed, changes have to be tracked to see how they affect the system — changing a color reference might affect dozens of components. Each component must be redrawn to respect line-height and spacing. Niceties, such as converting colors for display in different formats, annotating specs, and calculating color contrast ratios for accessibility, all increase the potential for errors and inconsistencies. Graphics-based design tools are notoriously bad at version control. All these moving parts left us frequently uncertain about the state of the system. Questions, such as “What’s the font size for titles on mobile,” “Is this still what this component looks like,” or How does this component work on different screen sizes,” were all too common around the office.

These problems compound as organizations grow. What is fixable instantly when a freelancer designs and codes everything alone is a frustration for a three-person design team. Likewise, the inefficiencies that a medium team can roll with are catastrophically wasteful to a team of our size. Pruning human touch points from DLS is foundational to ensuring we can grow into an even more effective team in the next few years.

I’m obsessed with the tooling principle of just using the thing itself. A designer’s workflow in Sketch is actually pretty similar to using React components: she picks a component, and puts data in it. In Sketch, we use symbols and overrides , in React we use components and properties . The concepts are so similar that it seemed silly not to unify them.

We also wanted to minimize sources of truth. Why keep a separate library of components drawn by hand in Sketch once we have them implemented as the real thing used every day by millions of people?

The fewer sources of truth we have for a design system, the more efficient we are.

“Many hard problems are best solved when they are addressed backward.” — Charlie Munger, Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway

Design tools that seek to produce production-ready code are as old as the internet. As the industry has coalesced around Sketch, people have sought to generate code from Sketch. This is exciting, but for our challenges we wanted to do the exact opposite to keep DLS in sync we have to generate Sketch files from code.

Having built several internal tools on top of Sketch in 2016, we knew the potential of scripting it to manipulate files as we wanted. However, its programming language, CocoaScript, isn’t the most familiar to most developers, and we wanted to be able to fully embrace the power of modern JavaScript to quickly and intuitively create documents.

“React is such a good idea that we will spend the rest of the decade continuing to explore its implications and applications” — Guillermo Rauch , founder of ZEIT

At Airbnb, we’re big fans of React.js . It’s the perfect paradigm for thinking about and building componentized design systems, and we use it for large parts of our web and mobile applications. React is a much bigger idea than any one platform though — as well as the familiar React and React Native implementations, there have been interesting projects using the same principles for virtual reality , blinking LEDs , music synthesizers , and terminal applications .

Dom 27 Nov 2016

Thursday, December 1st and Friday, December 2nd 2016, from 4 to 8 p.m.Istituto Tecnico Agrario Pantanelli-Monnet di Ostuni

Next Thursday will begin an olive oil sensory course to introduce olive growers to the analysis of the different qualities and features of the olive oil. The educational activity is arranged by the Regional Natural Park Dune Costiere from Torre Canne to Torre San Leonardo in collaboration with the Consorzio Salentino Olivicoltori. The course will last two days, Thursday and Friday, the first two days of December, from 4 to 8 p.m. to the Istituto Tecnico Agrario ‘Pantanelli Monnet’ of Ostuni.

Two experts, dr. Alfredo Marasciulo and the professor Francesco Prudentino, will support us to value the oil made by the participants, in order to make a sensory analysis (with the smell and the taste in particular) and after examine the organoleptic characteristics and the presence of potencial problems that will be resolved with a correct management of the olive grove and the different phases of the olive transformation into the olive-press.

The aim of that educational activity is to improve the sustainable management of the centuries-old olive groves of the Park, which is occupied by remarkable agricultural areas, especially with ancient olive groves.

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Gio 24 Nov 2016
Walking across the wetland of the Park

Sunday, November 27, 2016 - 9:30 am

According to tradition, this year too an overview of events and walks throughout the wetland of the Parco delle dune Costiere has beginning, for the purpose of promote and give value to this delicate ecosystems and allow a sustainable fruition of the natural environment, the rural landscape and the knowledge of the traditional products of the territory of the protected area.

The trekking of this Sunday wants to make known and appreciate the fish species that naturally live in the pond of the wetland of ‘Fiume Morelli’ and to make you discover through the tales of the local fishermen the traditional methods of fishing.

The initiative has been organised in collaboration with the Park Dune Costiere and the center of environmental education “il ginepro” in Ostuni, that is always actively involved in the promotion and the spread of the environmental education and the naturalistic fruition of the territory.

The Meeting is at 9.30 at the Car Park of Lido Morelli in Ostuni.

The walk is suitable to all the ages. It is suggested to wear comfortable clothes, trekking shoes or similar, cap and to bring with a little bottle of water.

The reservation is necessary and places are limited and the same itinerary can be made by bike contacting the cooperative Maderabike at 327.5785185 or [email protected]

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Gio 27 Ott 2016
4th International Conference To create National Networks of "The most beautiful villages" in the Mediterranean basin

With the creation of the “Fédération des Plus Beaux Villages de la Terre”, constituted by «the Most Beautiful Villages» Clubs of France, Belgium, Canada, Italy and Japan - the international network which preserves and promotes villages and small towns, so far cut out from the routes of international tourism but rich in history, architecture and art - the foundations have been laid to start the project to set up an international network of the national networks of the most beautiful villages of countries overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in which the thousand-year-old cultural heritage of Mediterranean peoples has settled.

“” Club has decided to entrust the town of Cisternino the task of coordinating the project because it is situated in the Apulia Region, which is the only Region that has officially instituted a Mediterranean authority department.

The objective of the project is to promote in the Mediterranean Area the creation of networks similar to those already existing in Italy (“”), in Spain (“and in France so that the new national networks in countries such as Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Algeria, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Palestine can become members of the .

The project aims at building in each country a network of coastal villages and small towns (located at a maximum distance of two-hour-journey from the coast) , that have a historical, artistic and architectural heritage certifiable through a quality paper validated by the Federation of Les Plus Beaux Villages de la Terre, and that are willing to subscribe a :

1) Preservation and improvement of the historic centre of old towns, enhancement of the original settlement and of monuments of high value;

2) Protection of the environment and fight against unauthorised building and the consumption of land;

3) Safeguard of local agroindustrial products and agricultural or fishing planning;

4) Preservation of material culture (festivals, traditions, special events etc…);

5) Efficient and sufficient public services to guarantee a good life-style to residents;

6) Best practices exchange and problem sharing with associated villages.

Furthermore, we like to notice that the promotion of a network of the most beautiful villages in the Mediterranean area is very important both for geopolitical reasons and for economic development, because

a. the Mediterranean Area is the most important touristic area in the world;

b. there is a special need to promote the collaboration between Northern and Southern, Eastern and Western countries overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, which, in our opinion, is of vital importance to maintaining good relationships between States and to share with poorer countries the Know-how to run autonomously the architectural, environmental and landscape heritage and the touristic potential.

The project has already gained some important achievements:

October 26, 2013 - 1st International Conference in Cisternino.

6 to 8 June 2014 - Working in Crete with the presence of mayors from Turkey, Palestine, Cyprus, as well as from Crete and Italy.

June 25, 2014 - Signing of a memorandum of understanding agreement between the municipality of Cisternino, the Association of "The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy" and the Region of Puglia - the Mediterranean, with the aim of developing international cooperation in the cultural sector for the promotion of the territories in the countries of the Mediterranean basin.

17 October 2014 - 2 International Conference in Cisternino with the presence of representatives from Crete, Croatia, Greece, Israel, Italy, Malta, Palestine and Turkey.

2014 - establishment of the network of "The most beautiful villages" of Palestine.

16 to 19 October 2015 – 3 International Conference in Cisternino with the presence of representatives from Croatia, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Palestine, Slovenia and Turkey.

The International Conference of Cisternino, because of its importance and relevance, in recent years has received the award of the Medal of the President of the Italian Republic, under the patronage of the Prime Minister´s Office and the Ministry of Economic Development, as well as the membership of various National and Regional organizations and represented an important step for the realization of the project, thanks to the work carried out in synergy between various and numerous institutions.

The project is working now for planned, as in the past, jointly by the town of Cisternino, the Club of "The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy" and Puglia Region. The 4 International Conference is going to take place on 28 – 29 – 30 October 2016 in Cisternino, Puglia, Italy (please see attached program), where the following aspects will be enhanced:

· examination of the project related to the construction of National networks for "The Most Beautiful Villages" in the Mediterranean Basin

· The Routes of peace of the Mediterranean basin: the role of the villages as instruments for social integration;

· The Beauty Economies and touristic hosting the Routes and the EuroVelo Cycle Routes in the Euro-Mediterranean basin, marketing tools to promote the area and eco-friendly tourism;

· Co-design best practice for the urban exploitation of the villages;

· Creation of a new strategic partnership with selected international countries, regions and villages in areas of mutual interest.

Also this year we decided to allow our guests to spend several opportunities for educational tours of the Apulian territory in order give them a good knowledge of some of the most characteristic villages of Puglia.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information or clarification:

Organizational Office: [email protected]

· Giovanni Punzi (Italian) 0039 - 080 - 4448537 - mail [email protected]

· Luca Palazzo (English) 0039 - 347 - 1611296 - mail [email protected]

· Maria Ancona (Inglese) 0039 - 388 - 0485105 - mail [email protected]

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Winter is coming and the little inhabitants of the gardens seek shelter in caves and crevices offered by ground, by dry-stone walls and vegetation. In order to not to make them depart much from our green island, we can build for them a "Bug Mansion"!

On Sunday, October 23, The Association Polyxena and the Park Dune will wait for you at the former Fontevecchia station, to free your imagination and build with us a top luxury hotel for insects!

This "hotel for insects" will allow bees, bumblebees, butterflies, ladybugs and many other useful insects that live in gardens and countryside, to find a refuge beside us.

Let’s have a day between nature and culture, in collaboration with the cooperatives Madera Bike and Gaia, where you can build your own bug mansion, that you will take with you and place on the balcony or garden. So, with the first warm days of spring, they will be ready to cheer again our garden and provide their basic support for biological control and in pollination.

Reservation is required. The activity will start at 10:00 am; the term of activities is scheduled for 12:30 am. The participation fee is € 5. For children younger than 6, participation is free. Discounts for families and small groups.

For more information and reservations please call 392 2525812.

To reach the former station you must, by S.S. 16, take the exit "Montalbano" - SP10 and follow the directions to "Casa del Parco – Ex stazione ferroviaria di Fontevecchia" (GPS coordinates: 40 ° 46´52.23N 17 ° 30´57.26 E).

A fantastic journey in the Mediterranean Sea.

For the project "Theatre and nature", sponsored by the Teatro delle Forche and Teatro Pubblico Pugliese, under the "Regional program of live performances for the enhancement of cultural and environmental resources of Puglia - 2016", Sunday, October 2, at 6 pm , in the Regional Natural Park Dune Costiere from Torre Canne to Torre San Leonardo Fiume Morelli – Pilone, Ostuni, the company Onirica Poetica Teatrale of Bari will stage the children´s theater performance " Il delfino e il pescatore” (the dolphin and the fisherman) – PERFORMANCE IN ITALIAN LANGUAGE

The event is organized in collaboration with the cooperative “Serapia”.

The performance adheres to international cross-border project IPA Adriatico Net-Cet (Cetacean Network) aimed at the protection and conservation of sea turtles, cetaceans and biodiversity of the Adriatic Sea from the main human threats: intensive fishing (bottom trawls and longline fishing), bycacht, abandonment of waste and sewage spills, coastal erosion, coast concreting and beache disfigurement, destruction of sea turtles nesting sites, collisions between vessels and cetaceans.

An idea by Giuseppe De Matteis. Scenic writing by Vito Latorre, Francesco Lamacchia and Antonio Repole. Performed by David De Marco, Francesco Lamacchia, Vito Latorre, Silvana Pignataro, Antonio Repole. Directed by Vito Latorre. Masks, costumes and set design by David Sciascia.

The show was produced by Onirica Teatro in collaboration with the Environmental Education Cooperative WWF Seges, Vernole (LE).

The diver named Giuseppe, in search of the dolphin Simone, dives in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Here he’ll meet the funny inhabitants of the sea: the athletic Bluefin tuna Rocky, the eternal traveler, turtle Caretta, the pregnant Seahorse Hippo and the hungry but elegant Starfish Asteroidea, the attractive and sensual jellyfish Narba, the eccentric dr. Pine Posidonia and finally the extravagant singer of the sea, Simone the dolphin.

In this fantastic journey, with exciting stories between myth and science, funny and music, Giuseppe will become aware of the harmful effects of the anthropization of marine habitat and of coastal ecosystems of the Mediterranean Sea.

The show is recommended for 4 y.o. and up children, but suitable for all ages.

The ticket price is 8 Euros. Reservations is required: by telephone at the numbers: 3497291060/3286474719; by mail at: [email protected]; www.cooperativaserapia.it on site.

In all embryonic preparations, lpm, pdm, and dgm were silent in control saline when the neuromodulatory inputs were removed (data not shown). In CabTRP, the mean fundamental frequencies of activity in pdm (0. 23 ± 0.08 Hz, n = 7) and lpm (0.23 ± 0.07 Hz, n = 7) were not statistically different (unpaired t test, p = 0.15, n = 7) ( Gavia Marsala sneakers Nicekicks For Sale laoM75AF9p
B ). We did not calculate the fundamental frequency for embryonic dgm because activity in dgm was highly irregular (1–4 bursts in 5–10 min recordings). CabTRP-activated motor patterns were not changed when the muscles were hyperpolarized, and the waveforms of these events were typical of embryonic EJPs.

The CabTRP-activated motor patterns in embryos and adults were different. In CabTRP, lpm was activated in the embryo but the LP neuron was not activated in the adult. The embryonic dgm was either silent or produced very slow, infrequent activity, but in the adult, DG fired together with the PD neuron. There were no statistical differences between the mean fundamental frequencies of activity in adult PD neurons and embryonic pdm [unpaired t test, p = 0.95, n = 6 (adult), n = 7 (embryo)].

Comparing the phase relationships of the CabTRP-activated motor patterns between embryos and adults, adult PD and DG neurons fired together (DG phase at ∼0 in the PD phase; mean coherence magnitude, 0.92 ± 0.09) ( Sale Best Lacoste Metallic LowTop Sneakers Best Wholesale For Sale Sneakernews Sale Online Buy BiCXkkBi9
C ), whereas embryonic lpm and pdm fired in alternation (lpm phase at ∼0.5 in the pdm phase; mean coherence magnitude, 0.71 ± 0.12) ( Fig. 8 D ).

We also wanted to examine the maturity of the embryonic STG response to a modulator whose expression in the embryonic inputs is mature. Red pigment concentrating hormone (RPCH) is a peptide that modulates adult pyloric neurons and has a very similar expression pattern in the adult and embryonic STNS ( Fénelon et al., 1999 ; Thirumalai and Marder, 2002 ). When RPCH was bath-applied to an adult STG isolated from its neuromodulatory inputs, the activity patterns in the PD and LP neurons were similar, and the DG neuron fired bursts at a slower frequency ( Fig. 9 A , B ). In embryos, RPCH also activated all three neurons, resulting in motor pattern in which lpm and pdm were active at approximately the same frequency, which was faster than dgm ( Fig. 9 C , D ).

Figure 9.

RPCH effects on an isolated adult and embryonic STG. , Adult, Simultaneous intracellular recordings from PD, LP, and DG somata, neuromodulatory inputs removed, in control saline. , Same preparation as in in 10 m RPCH. , Embryo, Simultaneous intracellular recordings from pdm, lpm, and dgm, neuromodulatory inputs removed, in control saline. , Same preparation as in in 10 m RPCH.

Figure 10 shows the adult and embryonic motor patterns in RPCH during the entire recording of the experiment from Figure 9 . The spectrograms of the output from the adult DG neuron (fundamental frequency, 0.04 Hz) and the embryonic dgm (fundamental frequency, 0.04 Hz) are similar ( Fig. 10 A , B , last panels). The adult LP and embryonic lpm spectrograms also look similar (most activity occurred less than ∼0.04 Hz) but, the fundamental frequency of activity in this adult LP neuron (0.13 Hz) was faster than that in embryonic lpm (0.08 Hz) ( Fig. 10 A , B , center panels). Activity in the spectrogram of the adult PD neuron (fundamental frequency = 0.09 Hz) was faster than that in embryonic pdm (0.05 Hz) ( Fig. 10 A , B , first panels).

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