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The new Chrono Romancer EP, Krieger, is available for download on bandcamp and streaming on all major streaming platforms!
(Just search for "Chrono Romancer" 😃 )

My wife, our friends, and I worked hard to make this happen. Give it a listen!

I'm still looking for a good instance to post it up on...

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I have a sudden odd inspiration to write songs inspired by peeps I follow here on Mastodon; just name each track by their username and see what happens...

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So uhhh....for no reason at all...

How's #racket at dealing with binary data structures? Like, letting me define some binary data formats for (de)serialization.

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So I have something cool to show everyone...

I have finally gotten my own forum site off the ground!

Say hello to Mech Bay 316.

It’s powered by the FOSS Discourse package, which is written in Ruby on Rails, mostly. Hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet, with full HTTPS support.

I love posting here on Fosstodon. My website is for a bit more niche and/or long form content. I’m trying to spread the word to see what a community can do with the setup.

Maybe give it a go?

discourse.wholesomedonut.dev/

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Has anyone tried to use GNUnet? Been stumbling across it lately. A decentralised web protocol seems quite promising. Any experiences with it?

gnunet.org/en/index.html

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Was reminded why I love Scheme so much as I was making some macros today.

Don't have the tools to do what you want in a concise way? You can literally just make your own syntax and it translates into existing syntax under the hood.

Why aren't we using this in the mainstream? lol

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I've been working really hard the past couple of weeks building a new stats system for my web game Improbable Island.

It's a text adventure at improbableisland.com, there's a lively roleplaying community, player-owned places (with a programming engine!), hundreds of pages of story and no ads/tracking/nastystuff. We've had problems getting new players 'cause the places we used to advertise are all going offline, so if y'all could help me out with a boost that'd be much appreciated

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linux audio 

the point of jack is that it doesn't operate exactly on the same level as pulseaudio with its sources/sinks, like

programs can just have input/output ports and jack will route audio and midi between them. it's very flexible. here (see image) i direct the audio from vcv rack into one of ardour's input interface

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spritely logo heavily WIP stuff 

It's VERY early, but I'm thinking of taking Spritely's logo in an intentionally very different logo than most social networks. Instead of the standard simple, modern, minimal SVG, something that looks very painted and intentionally like something an art student's videogame logo might look like instead

What do people think of this direction? Obviously a lot needs to be done

I gave my wife my Das keyboard with cherry mx blue switches about 2 months ago. She has not outwardly expressed any opinion of it, but listening to her hack out work emails like a banshee is all the feedback I need.

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Google tracked his bike ride past a burglarized home. That made him a suspect.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/google-tracked-his-bike-ride-past-burglarized-home-made-him-n1151761
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At last! #Spritely Goblins v0.7 is out! dustycloud.org/blog/spritely-g

With CapTP support! That means easy distributed programming with ocap security principles! With distributed garbage collection, even! docs.racket-lang.org/goblins/c

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Episode 9: What is Spritely? fossandcrafts.org/episodes/9-w

Learn about the system @cwebber has been working on the last few years to "level up" the decentralized social web!

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Post-surgery furniture request 

I'm at the point in my knee surgery where I'm ready to get back to work, but no piece of furniture in my house is comfortable to work in.

Any recommendations for furniture that would be comfortable to sit up and work on a laptop (I have an adjustable laptop tray) while able to keep my leg in a comfortable position for recovery?

I'm overwhelmed by the options when I do a web search and am hoping someone out there can share some personal experience.

Boosts welcome.

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I've decided to take the plunge and order the from .
shop.keyboard.io/products/keyb

This will be my first time with a keyboard:
- at less than 100% size
- that is programmable
- that is layered
- that has blank keycaps (I selected that option)
- that is mechanical

so, wish me luck – I may need it!

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A reminder: I am not a bot. If you @ me, I might @ back. We're also not a "news outlet", we're a big community that also does Linux + Gaming news. 🐧🐧👍

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Looking for a job. I do web development. It has been kinda hard for me to get a job, for quite a while. I am also considering 'no need to have education' jobs

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:betty: Hello, #Funkwhale friend! We are looking for contributors, and maybe you could help us!

We're currently looking for development help, but there's lots of other ways to contribute. Give this new blog a read, and share with anyone you think might be interested. And @ us with any questions.

:wanda: Getting Involved With Funkwhale: blog.funkwhale.audio/~/Communi

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