Retro game enthusiasts, may I have your attention please!? You asked for some RetroPie coverage, and I’m here to deliver it.
There's probably no direct lineage, but I just remembered a blog generator called Blosxom that I was using 15 years ago, and realized it is quite like #hugo in some respects -- e.g. no database. http://web.archive.org/web/20080106163256/http://www.blosxom.com:80/
Finally read the article about how plain text email is a barrier to open source contribution. The drama feels over blown. I do want open source contributions to avoid proprietary systems, but this person asking for lower barrier of entry sound like a worthy discussion. I haven't contributed via a mailing list before. I love the open nature of email. Could html email ever be supported? I think I need to learn more about email.
Mastodon is a very interesting group of places. I started in mastodon.social to share my linux and foss journey. But it feels like twitter and I don't like twitter like most of mastodon users. There must be an extra effort to make people see and criticise my workflow. I didn't realize that there is specialized instances like this. Here, I am motivated to share and read others experiences. Let #FOSS take over the world
Really into playing the 16 bit and 32 bit #retrovideogames games. Most any Android phone can do it easily. I've got a Bluetooth controller because touch controls really don't work for this. Giving some time to Metroid Zero Mission and Sonic The Hedgehog 2 this weekend. 👍😎👍
Lists in this mastodon thing is weird. Lots of clicking away when i'm done instead of some kid of "save" button. Also, searching for people that i already follow isn't so much fun, i only follow a few i'd rather scroll through the list and see what inspires me to put things together into a list. requires a lot of up-front thought to do this list thing. ~toot~
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.