Freedom is a synthetic enterprise, not a natural gift.
Yeah, I know, I didn’t saw that on their readme, still I don’t understand them not wanting to release the server code.
Is it not open source? Why? WHY?
What do you mean they don’t exist? I know they have since long gotten away from the hardware market but I’ve seen multiple video game releases over the years either as publishers or developers. Granted most are remakes or sequels of old games, though.
IMO this should get state funding dude, it is Japan’s historical heritage at this point. I honestly can’t believe they weren’t doing ends meet or something, in a country like theirs where video game culture is so strong.
Ahh, it had its name written in a different way.
Looks amazing, I have doubts how they are going to handle killing NPCs, though, since the films were so “if we kill the others we are like the badies” like, but here there were some times when it’s hard to believe an enemy could resist those attacks and not die.
Maybe you could add it? I don’t know how it works.
Yeah, I know, I know, also people who are not tech savvy, you change the smallest thing to their GUI and they get lost, you need to do some training stuff.
I agree there are cases where you need specific software and in that cases it might be hard, but also there are a shit ton of other cases where everything you need is simply a word processor and spreadsheet.
I know you can pirate it, I doubt a government will decide to launch a national scale campaign to pirate every machine with Windows, it would probably be easier to install Linux any way since you have a lot of older machines.
How is the government going to handle the use of public computers if Microsoft is getting out of Russia? I mean, I’m sure they already have a lot of pirated copies and old versions of Windows, as any (at least third world) country does, but at some point I don’t see any option to either pirate every copy of Windows or start using Linux.
I hope they do, anything that makes the Windows experience shittier is a win for Linux somewhere.
Nice and mature response, a lot better than shitty Linus’s video.
I have to do a poll, but it will most likely be that way.
Regarding the politics, I feel you, and I agree everything is political and such, but I think there’s a middle point where most people can agree it’s bearable, and other times not. For example, I really hate seeing liberal memes, and I’m sure liberals hate seeing Leninists memes here but there are gray places when it’s hard. I think I will leave it like this for now.
cross-posted from: https://lemmygrad.ml/post/142315
It would be nice to do a poll, though, and see what people think.
I was thinking the same regarding comics, since a lot of people post them here and they are not memes, may be a good idea to do the same with everything that’s not a meme.
I was also thinking the same as @firstname.lastname@example.org and maybe having separate communities for political memes may be a good idea, and leave /c/memes just for plain humour, although this can be harder to do since a lot of stuff ends up having politics in one way or another.
I don’t know if I should take this decision by myself just because I’m a mod, though, so maybe hearing out what the rest have to say is a nice idea.
If it were up to me I’d go with Rust because it’s fast and nice, but it’s going to be harder to do since not many people know it, but if you think you can keep the project alive enough until you get help it would be ideal.
I think this is something super useful because what happens to me is that there’s not a really good way to organize images unless you keep two copies of the same file. Let’s say I have a meme about chess that also involves politics, should I store in my “Politics” folder or in my “Chess” folder? With a tag based system you only add a tag which makes it appear on both places, so I wish you the best of luck.
Regarding music I wouldn’t care to use it because I’d rather have a music player that does the same that what you’re proposing but and has a music player integrated into it, which is not something you should add to this software unless you make it really bloaty, at least with e-books and images you generally have another software which just opens it and that’s it.
Also I think some level of hierarchy is needed, so that you can keep stuff within stuff. For example I could have an “Image” tag, and withing it, different tags like “Memes,” “Video Games,” and so on. At least for me, I wouldn’t want to have video memes along with image memes, for example.
They just like the logo, they’re not nazis!
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/155824
cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/62209