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Cake day: Oct 03, 2021


Oh, sure. Open source devs who work full-time for free are millionaires to begin with. They surly have more power than average people.

I constantly day dream that one day I’ll be one of them.

Recently played Celeste. Nice game. Love it.

10/10? I had to rate it an 8 because many stages seem to be relying on precision, the action mechanics are full of bugs (super moves). Speed runners, and even the Winged Golden Strawberry are using these technics to finish the game.

To be fair, they did state it’s a 18-bar pack.

We’ve been doing fine for decades without this patch. We don’t need it. Trust me!

I don’t understand. Is this related to Node.js or programing languages generally? Is Node.js defining π as a fraction internally?

Edit: maybe it’s circular dependencies?

Looks like it’s still pirating after all.

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They are clearly aware that some of the games are still available through their publisher. And they’re being a dick about copyright infringement claims:

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To be absolute honest, I cannot care less about KDE or anything being stable on my phone, nor running Firefox or Retroarch. Being a phone, its most critical job is making calls and not missing any calls and messages.

If the devs - and I understand most of them are unpaid volunteers - can’t make fancy packages work stably, can’t they focus on the drivers? Can’t the Pine Phone company choose a really easy-to-work-with MODEM? Why spend hundreds of hours on an SoC with bad upstream Linux kernel support? Pine Phone needs to prioritise its to-do list items.

As I see it, Pine Phone series isn’t gaining the popularity it needs for the years to come. The more people use it, the bigger chance someone will come along to contribute.

Or how /r/askreddit banned the usage of OP text box.

If you get thrown out of the vehicle, your body can still knock out some pedestrians. Your blood on the road would be hard to clean up.

And people are dumb. Better enforce something if it’s serious, like masks.

I can understand to an extent. People who’s on their death beds and people who’s about to jump off a building, they’re both suicidal. However, the latter can get professional help and get better, thus we should prevent it. Terminal cancer patients have no hope in recovery, letting go should be a choice.

I don’t ever have to install it or use it on my personal computers.

In developed countries where you can’t stretch your leg without kicking a programmer’s butt and people who have more than 40 hours of free time a week? Sure!

Other parts of the world, good luck finding a programmer who knows development and deployment AND actually have time and energy to do it AND willing to do it for free!

Gutenberg (free public domain e-books)

Lineage OS (foundation of many open source Android system)

Wikipedia (duh)

There are plenty of alternatives to a website.

You can mark your event on your calendar, with a pencil.

You can set it up on your smart phone.

Use your kitchen timer if you’re boiling an egg.

Use an alarm to get up on time.

“Hey, Siri/OK Google, remind me at

Send yourself a scheduled email.

crontab -e

Running a website costs money. Why would someone offer you free service?

More importantly, use the right tool for the job.

Doesn’t matter. The article showed you a bunch of examples but never explained how they worked.

Used dwm at work. Games ran just fine. Steam is weird, but I don’t need to run it that much anyway.

Hot dog! It’s his 65466568th wife and 3453225th wife!

How do you mean by “remove it”? Delete the file node?

You can’t delete it before finish reading it. The most you can do is write a program to read one byte, then wipe that byte to zero.