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I've been informed that the correct name for the DE is Plasma, I thought that was just a code name for a version of KDE. Not confusing at all :D

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It does this by communicating over TCP/UDP on the local network. It also experimentally supports encrypted bluetooth, similar to how iOS/macOS does it

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Just discovered that works with more than just ! I've set it up on my laptop - it was super easy. It allows you to control your PC from your phone, and syncs things like notifications

I really need to get around to using something like to handle my dependencies better.

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I used , which I had not built the game for yet. Alpine Linux uses musl rather glibc, because it is Busybox/Linux not GNU/Linux. musl doesn't have backtrace, required by my logging library to generate stack traces. Luckily there's a library for it.

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I've just set up a image containing RVWP's dedicated server, built automatically using , to deploy the game to my server. Why do I always end up doing everything except actual ?

I've just created a help screen for Conquer using 's new hyper text API. Minetest's GUIs are improving, slowly but surely!

Made a new mod: Conquer is a for that adds RTS gameplay. It allows players to start Conquer mini-games, where they can place buildings, train units, and fight other players.

Working from home means that I actually remember to check and water my plants, because they're right next to me

I like this article, it's why I prefer to release my bigger software projects as copyleft

Added pathfinding to my game, allowing the dog to follow you around walls. Next I'll be working on more advanced behaviours to allow NPCs to find and perform jobs

Finally got around to making a webpage for the project I've been working on for years:

It's a topdown dystopian basebuilder/rpg hybrid, inspired by

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Why can't I play a good video game without wanting to try to implement it myself. Such is the curse

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.@MinetestProject is a voxel-based sandbox game/educational and collaborative tool. Think Minecraft, but open source, faster, leaner, with better cross-platform support and fantastic plugin engine. Help Minetest at:


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