@robey Fun fact: One of the art leads from Cyan during their Uru days worked on The Witness, before returning to Cyan for Obduction, Myst (2020), and their upcoming Firmament project
Go_A (my favourite Ukrainian electrofolk Eurovision group) performed 2 concerts in central Canada this weekend, and I didn't hear about them until the night before and it wasn't feasible to try to go, but I saw some clips from their Winnipeg show and it looked amazing and they performed all my favourite songs and I'm super disappointed to have missed what was probably my only chance to see them 😭
@thomaswilburn Yep, been watching it for a few years now and not seeing and progress.
Plan was to use the import assertion syntax, but there was also a side-tangent about needing a separate mime-type/extension for HTML modules and it turned into a repeat of the whole JS/MJS debate... I don't know if that ever got solved
@thomaswilburn HTML Modules sound like they are supposed to eventually be the path forward, but visible progress seems very stalled: https://github.com/WICG/webcomponents/blob/gh-pages/proposals/html-modules-explainer.md
For the Myst/Uru fans and #Mystodon folks, there's been a recent update to the MOULa server including restoring access to the Gahreesen Wall game, an option to start with the original Cleft opening, and an upcoming release of a new Age on Friday.
This has been several months of work by volunteer fan developers, and it's great to see it go live 😁
I have a long-running git branch with 7 years of commits as I tried to add a feature and got it semi-working with trial and error. The 170 commits aren't the cleanest, and the branch conflicts with the main branch so it can't easily be rebased.
I could reimplement that work in a new branch, with much cleaner and more logical commit history.
But I don't know how I feel about losing the historical record of those older commits. The commits being dated across 7 years feels meaningful 😕
Latest Safari Tech Preview changelog:
"The <dialog> element is now enabled by default"
After several years of pushing back against threats of removal from the HTML spec, and contributing to getting it implemented in Firefox, I'm taking this as a personal victory 🥳
@chucker Ironically, doesn't Tinder require signing in with Facebook and have no account system of their own?