My first bread is done!
With sourdough from scratch, about a week old. All rye flour, a bit of salt, some cumin for taste and water. No pre-dough, no particular recipe, mostly by feel.
What went badly:
- dough was too wet to work
- a bit too much salt
- burnt myself
- destroyed oven light (don't spray water into it)
Overall it worked out well though, got a nice loaf of about 750 g, nice crust, tastes good, no big bread errors.
Well, poop. Trying to play Nellie Cootalot in Spoonbeaks Ahoy, which I've heard is fantastic, but it insists on trying to straddle my dual-monitor setup.
I'd switch it to windowed mode happily, but...editing the cfg file does a grand total of diddly squat. "windowed=1" gives the same result as the defaul "windwed=0", which is unplayable.
A shame, i really wanted to give it a try.
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Programmieren lernen mit Lua
Ein vierteiliger Online-Programmier-Kurs für Kids & Erwachsene
Pit Noack (Medienkünstler und IT-Journalist) wird in dem neuen Kurs "Programmieren lernen mit Lua" die Grundlagen von Lua vermitteln.
Yet another reason to not use systemd...
Don't fallback to Google NTP and DNS. · Issue #12499 · systemd/systemd · GitHub
The GameDevDays Graz are taking place online this year!
On 19. 06. 2020 and as usual free of charge.
It's a nice conference with talks and exhibitions about games. I've been there last year and it was great!
I don't like to link to twitter but in this case it seems to be the best source of information:
It is possible to apply for a lightning talk or virtual game exhibit until Friday. Links are on their twitter.
Get your games in there!
So I've looked at the "non-standard" hardware a bit.
Librem 5 seems very expensive it would only be available in 6 months, so while I like the HW switch idea, it is out for now.
Fairphone 3 is too expensive for phone #1 but OK for phone #2 and seems to be available. Open question is software compatibility.
Pine64 costs $ 150 but is not currently available.
So for #2 Fairphone seems to be a good candidate. Not sure about OS.
For #1 I guess some old Samsung Galaxy S something with LineageOS?
I've asked along these lines before, but time moves on and stuff changes in the mobile sector.
I'm looking two buy two phones, one for someone else, one for me. I want both phones to be Google-free.
Phone 1 should be cheap and have all standard functionality (call, internet, GPS). So I guess I should look at what's compatible with Cyanogenmod and F-Droid store?
Phone 2 can be more expensive/experimental, but calls need to work. GPS and internet would be nice. Maybe Fairphone with some OS?
Hey peeps. Long time no stream, but I'm going live now with the Aztec Empire demo (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/aztec-empire/aztec-empire) and then some other indie games from https://itch.io/b/520/bundle-for-racial-justice-and-equality
Maybe there's a better source out there, but anyway, here is the phone call Trump had with governors.
I sometimes use osm for planing routes. One feature that I've been missing is the ability to set waypoints. Is there a way to do it?
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