Against software development
All talks from WebCamp Zagreb 2018 have been published!
Find them at: https://archive.org/details/webcamp_zagreb_2018
This includes my talk about OpenResty and nginx:
Yay, my first nontrivial patch for sr.ht is sent. Let's hope it fares well. :) #opensource
David Tennant looks really cool in this adaptation of Good Omens.
The book was fantastic, looking forward to the series.
Did I ever brag about my github-vanity project here? It lets you write on your github activity chart.
Later it turned out I wasn't the only, nor the first person to implement something similar, but it was a cool idea and fun to write.
Ehh, I said I wouldn't sponsor Kickstarter campaigns for games any more, but Nighthawks this sounds so fun. Gilbert really delivered with Unavowed, as well as previous WadyetEye titles so I'm inclined to trust him.
Quoting Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines as inspiration also tickles my fancy.
Trying out @pinafore, an alternative web client for mastodon, and so far I'm liking it a lot.
The interface is simpler, using a single column, akin to the bird site but lightweight and snappy. I'll definitely be giving it a try for a few weeks to see how it holds up.
@bryanlunduke What's up with Linux Tycoon 2? I'm looking forward to playing but there's been no status update on the web site for ages.
Finally set up some docs for toot.
Still needs needs work, though. It seems that setting up packaging and documentation has taken me as much time as coding on this project. It can be a little disheartening.
Debian Package of the Day #41 is toot, a utility that lets interact with a mastodon instance from the command line. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s03e06-41-toot
I really liked this thematic analysis of Monkey Island 1!
WebCamp Zagreb is looking for speakers. I'm handling the speakers this year so if you apply I'll treat you like you deserve. :)
"You get a disease that spreads through the very act of thinking. The only way to slow its spread is to think as little as possible; the only way to save your intelligence is not to use it."
The wisdom of zen says:
"There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it."
So, here's nine ways to store 3 numbers in Python:
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