The fediverse is impressively hungry for anti-harassment tools!
The other day, I released https://t5.codesections.com/ —a tool to learn who you favorite most. It's a fun tool and spread widely with 30 boosts.
Yesterday, I released https://mastodon-de-mob.codesections.com/ As an anti-harassment tool you only use when being actively mobbed, I thought it would be of niche interest.
But instead, it's been boosted nearly 100 times(!), and is still going strong.
@Gargron this might tell you what features people want
Did you know that cats are essentially the opposite of CSS? They self-center within any container.
Changed some textures around in an old game of mine I'm updating for debugging reasons and I must say, I love the new look.
Last year, I got Unreal Tournament '99 and Unrealty running in web browsers. I would love to see more Unreal Engine 1 games on the web. Do you work for a company that owns a UE1 title? Hit me up.
Technical details on all this: https://www.unrealty.net/icculus-emscripten-ue1
Accidentally deleted all the e-mails in one of my mail accounts. A part of me is shocked while another part is relieved, for I have reached the ultimate inbox zero.
Recommendation: if you’re buying tickets to Iceland from Wow Air, make sure to buy them using a credit card so you can get a refund if they go under.
(Wow Air is losing money, has limited cash reserves and no assets, and are racing to raise funds before they run out.)
I had forgotten how A E S T H E T I C the good old MacOS 9 wallpapers looked.
Shitting on GoG Show more
I don't why I feel the need, but they really got to me with this FCKDRM thing.
-They're very exclusive. You can't just put your game on there - unlike Steam or Itch.
-Steam gives devs tools to implement DRM. My game on steam has no DRM as far as I understand DRM. You can copy the game file from one computer and run it on another without steam just fine.
-They're not heroes. This is just marketing.
Fun Fact, Grinding Gear Games' Path of Exile seems to work flawlessly under Valve's Proton (Steam Play) on Linux.
Still sane exile?
PS: The last battery is brand new, and has only gone through one charge cycle
My Thinkpad T420i decided to die on me. It has eaten through 3 batteries (official) and the last two charge, and report 100% charge and everything A-OK, but if I disconnect the power cable the computer dies. Does anyone have any idea what might be the issue here?
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when you're a little chubby but you still fuck with black metal
mastodon meta (~); building social media that better serves its users Show more
Here's a blog post from last year from Nolan Lawson, developer of Pinafore. In it, he succinctly explains what Mastodon is, how "instances" work, the Fediverse, and why Mastodon philosophically is not, and will never be, the birdsite.
It's an enthusiastic but ultimately realistic overview, and I think it's a great starting point for recent arrivals who are still trying to make sense of it all. https://nolanlawson.com/2017/10/23/what-is-mastodon-and-why-is-it-better-than-twitter/
Running the same level in Marathon actually allows the player to squeeze a little bit further into that gap but it makes movement really glitchy so that's most likely down to a bug in Marathon. Also, fun little fact, the player sprite is actually larger than the collision shape.
I had some trouble attaching the gif to this post so I'll just link to the tweet. Sorry about that. https://twitter.com/johannesgunnar/status/1026081189403258885
Testing out the player sizes in a test level in Godot. Here you can see the player fitting inside a 0.5 unit wide gap, and under a ceiling 0.8 units from the floor.
Working on the local multiplayer game Vegg. Noiseician, Gamedev & a farmer. Responsible for Kollafoss Game Farm, Isolation Game Jam, Þ Kollektiv and void Ziz();
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