Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU. - Petitions
Had a little free time today so I thought I'd take a look at #minetest.
I've looked casually in the past but always found myself stuck in the middle of a dense forest.
I thought I'd guess a seed number and chose "42" with Mapgen v7 and I wasn't disappointed.
You get wide-open plains, hills, gorges and caves, beaches, a river, green areas with flowers and forest areas too.
As complete guess it's quite a good environment to start your Minetest journey in.
Oh hurray, ninja has decided to recompile #LLVM from scratch. Time for fun with OOMs!
That tweet about the guy who photographs branded rubbish and tags the companies on social media is getting a surprising amount of criticism in my TL.
Apparently the buyers of takeaway coffees are all-powerful and must just be CHOOSING to have a plastic, non-recyclable, non-biodegradable cup for every drink. They're also choosing to have no recycling facilities for their used cups.
And it's also their fault for littering...because if you throw an item in the designated bin it just disappears from the Earth forever, problem solved!
But the huge food outlets who buy the plastic cups in the first place are blameless because they don't make them, they just buy them! So we should go after the manufacturers!
But also we should just do nothing, because "everybody" already knows about plastic waste and the problem hasn't been solved already, therefore any attempt to make anyone take any responsibility is useless.
Wow. Just wow.
New blog post: Self-registering functions using macros for C++ test libraries https://blog.rubenwardy.com/2019/02/17/cpp-self-registering-test-macros/
I think the most interesting part in this chat is that "FLOSS proponents ditching the latest and greatest technology" and their comparison with retrocars enthusiasts. It's quite interesting how "using the latest technologies" started meaning "using technologies copyrighted by big corporations which not giving a damn about your privacy".
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