Most of my day is busy on Sun-Tues due to my work schedule. Weds has biweekly fluctuations of availability. Just something to keep in mind when getting in contact.
I'm pretty sure that I've got everything on my netbook for coding, but I'm not sure which project I should pick up again to continue development (like, work that isn't maintenance). What options do people use here for polls?
> Spend time homebrewing for ORE
> Spend time homebrewing for DnD 5e
> Mind starts breaking from how hard it is to homebrew for DnD 5e compared to ORE
> Go back to homebrewing for ORE because it's easier to create reusable mechanics
> It's almost like coding, except for TTRPGs
> It'd be kind of interesting to use the Sigil System RPG's way of coding magical spells too since the descriptions are very freeform despite the solid rules
So, Android Nougat is definitely an upgrade over Marshmallow. Inline replies everywhere helps maintain multiple convos at once.
A week in of using the new netbook and it's still running pretty solid. Also got the SD card for extra storage and filled that up with some books and a mapmaking kit.
I also learned an important quirk about UEFI machines. Apparently the first entry in the firmware... isn't always the first entry. O_o Like, seriously. I only found that out when I peeked into there with some EFI tools.
Kinda surprised that this laptop lasts me the entire day.
Finally got a decent laptop just for coding when stuck at work. It's got everything I need for such except for... extra storage space. ...I probably need to get an SD card over the weekend, but ah well. Got plenty of space anyhow.
Terminal being used for the dropdown is kitty with a tmux session managing the shells.
"While Twitter had earlier told TechCrunch that it would be “winding down” Smyte’s business with existing clients, what that apparently meant was that it was going to announce the acquisition, then effectively shut off the lights over at Smyte and leave everyone in the lurch."
Honestly it saddens me that there isn't more people talking about OpenToonz, and this fork in particular:
I was wondering "hey, why DON'T we have open source software for quality 2D animation"? -- except we *do* have it and not enough people know about it.
So folks, the #article13 and #linktax proposals will be going soon to the EU parlaiment, and if they pass they will become a serious problem for the #Fediverse:
* To automatically filter copyrighted materials, even badly, you need a way to reference those materials. Even our largest instances probably can't afford access!
* Our instances will not be able to afford licenses to link to news sites under the new #LinkTax rules.
Go make some noise at: https://saveyourinternet.eu/
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Great news - I made a room generator similar to how Etrian Odessy fills it's rooms. I'm quite happy with how organic the rooms look.
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I promise, between enjoying dank memes, making shit posts, and doing work related grown ppl stuff I will finish this👇 Either that or climate change will kill us all first. Whichever
Thumbing through a few of my own repositories on GitLab and re-setting up mirroring for them. @_@; I should've done this ages ago.
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