The project's "roadmap" is a masterclass in using many words to say nothing at all. One of the steps includes the to-do item "Technological breakthrough".
Okay, yet another Evening/Weekend project complete! The Okinawa-class Federation Frigate. Originally it's from the old Starfleet Command games from Interplay. This particular ship is named the U.S.S. Lapwai, NCC-955. 8K shots in the thread, and orthos and schematics on the way.
I should post a new #introduction because it's been a while. And a lot has changed! Last time I was here I was single and childless and now I am neither, as it happens!
I'm a sysadmin by day, an open source maintainer by night, and a privacy advocate always. I work on a decentralized web app platform called Sandstorm when time allows. I used to do podcasts about tech and gaming, back when I had time for such things. The only game I fit time in for right now is called Splitgate. I recommend it.
Finding a valid way to log in when the main page redirects to joinmastodon was a fun challenge too.
So I'm guessing @Gargron made it really difficult to get here to control outside traffic, but I just wanna set up the official iOS app to my longstanding account.
Sandstorm has been participating in FundOSS! For the next week, you can donate to Sandstorm (or any number of other awesome participating projects), and FundOSS is going to magnify your donation a ton. https://fundoss.org/collective/sandstormcommunity
I knew this reminded me of something, I looked it up and similar things have happened to at least one podcast app in the past. Eventually Google admitted there was no violation but only after the story gained publicity.
Yes, of course I want a rotary cell phone.
The power switch is an actual slide switch. No holding down a stupid button to make it turn off and not being sure it really is turning off or what. http://justine-haupt.com/rotarycellphone/
I've really been enjoying how easy it is to write simple, useful GUI applications for the #Librem5 and I wrote two posts this week that describe how I wrote a simple screenshot and flashlight app:
Privacy advocate, sysadmin, browncoat. Born and raised on the mean streets of the Chicago suburbs.
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