None of the existing new tab extensions did what I wanted, so I made one that did. It has an intuitive user interface to create, move, and resize widgets on a grid.
There are already quite a few types of widgets, including: RSS and Atom feeds, the Weather, Quick Links, Top Sites, Daily Goals, Greetings, Notes, your current Age, Search, Web Comics, and upcoming Space Flights.
#Minetest is 10 years old! It was first released publicly on the 10/October/2010. Here's to 10 years more.
You can download the first version from here, it's a Windows executable but works well in wine: https://packages.8dromeda.net/minetest/minetest_old_releases_2010_through_2012_mostly_win32/2010-10-10_to_25/minetest-c55-win32-101010000530.zip
New blog post: ForumMate, my return to #Android app development https://blog.rubenwardy.com/2020/09/13/return-to-android-dev/
Rewrote the gravity simulator I created 6 years ago to properly support orbits and work on a full solar system scale. It's part of a collection of interactive demonstrations for teaching #physics
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