Lmao I complained about it before when I left for a bit last year, but now all the way down to 10%
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The problem with all of these supposed C replacements is that they're made by people who don't like C. Then they're surprised when C programmers don't want to leave.
"A much more complex world than what is shown in Blade Runner, which inspired it, and this game also depicts a more in-depth and realistic reflection of the dilemma insinuated by the replicants." --Nerdando https://nerdando.com/2017/12/04/neofeud-unavventura-cyberpunk-profonda-e-retro/
Neofeud is available on Windows and Linux: https://silverspook.itch.io/neofeud
So we always go to the doggy park around sunset - there are loads of huge trees there and the sun is always twinkling through them with lovely Golden Hour light so I figured tonight I'd try for some sunbursts - you need a high F-Stop but compensated with slow shutter speed and/or high ISO, and careful positioning, and it can be tricky.
So I'm fracking stoked that I got this DOUBLE SUNBURST. AAAAH
Great to see #GodotEngine progress and rapidly approach their stable 3.0 release, here's the first release candidate! http://bit.ly/2mylnto https://twitter.com/d_saltares/status/952631501207887873
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electron is bad, if you didn't know already, https://medium.com/@caspervonb/electron-is-cancer-b066108e6c32
Especially if you're building a platform that requires other users to be usable by even you. Like a social platform.
If you want to create a new cool project, I have a huge list of things you can do for yourself *and* the community.
Yea, I'm talking to you too.
I believe in Open Source and I believe in the community.
Let's make the world better!
Open Source community
Stop re-inventing the wheel. Please.
Having 3-4 good alternatives is really good (let's say 10 in particular cases). But what about 20, 30 or even worse 50 (!?) alternatives. This would become the death of Open Source.
If you're building the 50th, don't write in your homepage "We are creating an Open Source software", because you're not.
Seriously, you're not.
You are creating something for yourself *against* the community.