Hey guys and gals, one of my favorite #Linux games of ever is on sale right now! 50% off until the 18th. Go get you some @BallisticOverK and make your Pew Pew dreams come true! (also has amazing #Vulkan support so you can play on your potato!) https://store.steampowered.com/app/296300/Ballistic_Overkill/
Work to make the opportunities you've had available to others. Closing the door behind you so that nobody else can benefit is uncivilised.
That goes for IP (looking squarely at studios who secured prominence by re-telling public domain stories then worked to extend copyright length) as much as living conditions (consider societies constructed by colonial migrants who won't share the opportunity for a new life that their forebears had).
In case anyone wanted to throw an exploding penguin at something, here's all the stuff I used to make the gif 😁🐧
Winepak: to make it easier to install Winedows apps on Linux.
This is about packaging Wine applications as Flatpak bundles.
No need to dive through hoops and jump hurdles & whatnot, the plan is to reach a simple install solution. Pick the application of Winepak from the Winepak repo and go, dammit.
Taking its babysteps, already initial Winepaks for Fortnite... Overwatch... World of Warcraft...
A Wine-based distro incoming?
I backed this crowd-funder, which is at ~82% of its target with 4 days left. They want to make more tutorials for @godotengine , the free game development engine. It would be great to see it fully funded. Please back and/or share. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bentristem/discovering-godot-learn-to-code-by-making-games
Just popped up a dev blog post thingy for the recent Ruben the Claw Troll updates https://cheeseness.itch.io/ruben-the-claw-troll/devlog/36827/play-as-a-chain-or-a-challenge
Congrats to all the Winners! @Xpander69 i expect a video SOON! As is your penguin duty! 🐧
Still on that Crazy Justice hype train 🚋 https://twitter.com/BlackRiddles/status/1004053893901365248
Github is now a fully owned, proprietary tool of Microsoft.
It's time to decide.
Do we as a community allow our future to depend upon commercial interests of a company that to this day spreads FUD and minimizes our impact when it suits their plans?
Or do we step up, do what we do best and take our code to somewhere created by the us for us and the good of the community?
This isn't about hating Microsoft. It's about loving our own sovereignty and controlling our *own* future.
whalebird works but the site does not? 🤔