Best software I’ve developed so far is a digital board game implementation.
1. Clear requirements (make the game, by this rule book).
2. Aside from minor UI quirks it’s practically bug-free. All reports of the last 2yrs have been closed (not by me) with: “Nope, *you* read the rules wrong.”
We're very excited (and a little bit nervous :D) that @FOSDEM@twitter.com is planning to go virtual this year via Matrix for chat/community, using @email@example.com for the video conferencing. Read all about it (and how you might be able to help!): https://matrix.org/blog/2021/01/04/taking-fosdem-online-via-matrix
Eine Bekannte sucht:
- englischsprachig (only)
- Forum/Board (nicht zum selbsthosten!)
- Open Source
- kostenlos oder paid-service
- datenschutzfreundlich / EU-based
Mir ist da nichts bekannt. Es gibt zwar immer noch einige "kostenlose" Anbieter, aber mit sehr großzügigen Datenschutzerklärungen.
Kennt ihr etwas?
there's tons of fighting game characters that deal with projectiles by reflecting them
then there's xavier from eternal champions, who just swaps positions with his opponent so they hit themselves
These are marine grade eye bolts (used to attach lines and such to boats) and they're the closest I could find to switch guards that aren't actual switch guards
I still need to find a smaller size than this (which may work as a guard for something else)
And I need to convince a supplier to sell me a few hundred of them for the same price as a sack of potatoes
I've always loved the aesthetics of these panel mounted switch guards, but I could never find the proper term for them
I guess "switch guards" were what they're called, but good luck finding anything relevant now that the Nintendo Switch is out
But it occurred to me that I can still use those tiny u-bolts used to hold down pipes, cables etc... They're not rated for heavy loads, but can handle switch guard duty just fine. Bonus: They're cheaper than guards
Yes, this is for side project No.8862
Open Source Game Achievements with Gamerzilla https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2020/12/open-source-game-achievements-with-gamerzilla #OpenSource
Yes, that is what #Rocky Linux is all about!"
And - BANG - it forked. Oh how I love #FLOSS...
Wes Bos’ Cobalt2 editor and syntax highlighting color theme has been my favorite for the last couple of years; dark, with good contrast, and still easy-on-the-eyes.
He’s working on some improvements now, e.g. the not-so-ideal search highlight vs. current-selection situation.
Little meta, no memes.
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