I wanted a quick way to see if my gog games have any updates without logging in to anything or installing any manager software (that usually require logging in) so I ended up writing this quick and very, very dirty python script. Feel free to try it out. https://gitlab.com/Tumocs/pygdate
TIL that as a developer when I release a free and open source piece of software I not only need to put in the time to develop that software but I also apparently need to put in the time to determine which cool package distribution scheme is cool today, learn how that packaging scheme works, package my application, find a way to distribute the package and then keep that package up to date as I develop the software further.
The things you learn.
@polyplacophora @farlopito @fdroidorg Hi! Thank you for supporting us with a paid account. It means a lot. The process of publishing our app on F-droid has already started. We need to make a few steps before doing this. In the next couple of months it should be done. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
Communist Dogifesto is quite fun Sustem Shock inspired dog adventure that respects our freedoms. Why not drop a few euros for the developer? https://vede.itch.io/the-communist-dogifesto
After a couple of months of tweaking a polishing, we managed to put together a slightly less cumbersome version of our Linux Game Jam 2018 text adventure, ENDUSER. You can find it for free on https://samsai.itch.io/end-user
Aw shuks, wasn't the one to submit our jam so can't review the others.
Would you make a lewd calendar with Richard Manbeast Stallman and Wendell to promote and fund the adoption of free(dom) software? #LinuxThursday
Let us try to live with #qupzilla for a while instead of firefox.
I'll miss my tinfoil hat extensions but maybe I'll learn to live with this just so I can embrace Qt even more.