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Oops, I had forgotten to check in an image... this image! So it was broken. Fixed now.

It's by Mark Miller and is one of my favorite pieces of imagery for thinking through the layers of decentralized networked systems.

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Hey, here is a new video "Krita Colorize-Mask: Advanced Tips" where I share what I found to get better results and work faster while coloring my previous episode of Pepper&Carrot.
Ptb: peertube.touhoppai.moe/videos/
Ytb: youtu.be/M-NNUdnPgbM
#krita #tutorial #webcomics

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It is not true that all software built after 1985 is garbage. Sometimes your well thought out, simple software of old days is still the best, sometimes it's just lacking some capability that you personally don't care, but many do.

That said, I love old things and think C is one of the most brilliant accomplishments in any area. Just for you to know where I stand.

It's been a while since I configured a web server. It's that time again, with nginx. experiment is progressing!

Hey @cwebber if someone, say, has a modicum of racket knowledge (but no ocap whatsoever) and want to help bring parts of spritely to life, where this person should start? erights?

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first vm ran on . Gnu guix was the choosen one for this!

Friends, I'll try several different architectures (chiefly risc v) using virtualization. Anyone have a good word for ? I saw briefly that I need another software if I want to manage several persistent vms, because it's not the focus of qemu. How about gpu acceleration?

@play0ad One of the finest things about 0ad? Its source code is free software and its art is under creative commons, meaning that potential for expansion is almost unlimited, as long as a group of people want it. Developers, artists, history buffs and gamers all contribute. It's awe inspiring.

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@play0ad I love to play RTS with friends and family and played many hours of age of empires II before finding out about 0ad. The people behind the game impressed me tremendously. It has a very strong, active community. The game is seriously good and after a few months enjoying it, I wonder why they still call it alpha!

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Anyone know where can I find 0ad talk for 2021? Trying on fosdem and wildfire website, and found nothing

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PINE64 February Update! We've said it before, but for real this time: this is a big one...

- A look at RK3566 SBC
- keyboard news
- We're making a RISC-V SBC! -
- default OS is @kde PlaMo on @ManjaroARM
- back in March
- part of our ecosystem
- progress
- much more!

pine64.org/2021/02/15/february

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@ColinTheMathmo I'm excited that you're excited! As for how to make progress, I guess the way which might help the most would be to ask: have you tried the tutorial? docs.racket-lang.org/goblins/i

Feedback is welcome, including "here's how it was difficult for me"...!

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Spritely Goblins: a distributed journey (my talk from FOSDEM 2021) youtube.com/watch?v=tqrzag__X7 or share.tube/videos/watch/fd98bb !

Focuses on @spritelyproject's Goblins distributed programming environment from a PL history POV, plus how we might collab w/ the Guile & Guix communities

I like the 1970's music very much. Progressive rock (also called art rock by the snobbish :)) is among my favorite genres. But even so, when I was suggested to listen to "the jewel of 1970's Japanese prog rock", I thought it a little too much. Then I listened. Guess what?

It's exceptional!

If you are feeling adventurous today, take a listen: merlinsnoserecords.bandcamp.co

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boy oh boy custom sleeved power supply cables can be expensive

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