Pro-tip for #Mastodon (web client): you can *pin* basically anything to add new columns to your dashboard.
On mastodon.gamedev.place, I highly recommend to pin the "Local timeline", which will be the gem of this instance.
You can also pin hashtags if you want, or your favourites (yeah, it's back to proper favourites you can check back later, and not "likes" as on Birdsite).
Let's get #introductions rolling in our local timeline!
I'm a French guy living in Germany. I'm a free and open source software (#FOSS) developer on my free time, energy engineer on $dayjob.
Ok, second part of the animating water tiles post, this time about shaders in #godotengine:
Raspberry Pi 4 as Perfect Indie Console
Read how to run Godot on Pi4 here: https://bits.krzysztofjankowski.com/raspberry-pi-4-as-perfect-indie-console/
In this week's report, I look at growing gardens over time, and some music production.
So we started shipping WebRender in Firefox a few weeks ago. Completely new rendering engine written in rust, big departure from how we approached rendering before. We are gradually enabling it for different hardware/OS configurations and a couple of million users have it now.
What's kind of blowing my mind, having worked on 3 large-ish rewrites, is that since WebRender shipped, telemetry has reported less crashes per user with WebRender than without.
This is *not* how big rewrites usually go.
"Vegan on a Desert Island wants to become an ironic masterpiece" - Free Gamer https://freegamer.blogspot.com/2019/06/vegan-on-desert-island-wants-to-become.html
First toot! 🙌
Hi, I'm a gamedev making adventure games about magical ladies, cooking, gardening, and death. ⚰️
I created IGMC winner Corinne Cross's Dead & Breakfast and am currently working on Hermina Lumen is Only Human.
Check out CCD&B on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/473920/