Started on a little retro project - amazing how important some of the 'little' tools are: touch, cat etc
is now in public beta!!
You can create accounts, submit data, edit it, and there are some basic export options. Those are mostly just placeholders, but they work!
I plan to keep the database intact, if possible, so you can use it, but keep in mind it's very much beta software.
Features are missing (e.g. Forks, Pull Requests...). The database is designed for them, just the code isn't there yet. I'll keep adding functionality and improving this over time.
Last of this year's potatoes picked - apart from the random one in the front garden :D #spuds
Mozilla Firefox plans to remove RSS feed reader and live bookmarks https://share.tube/videos/watch/0e2179fd-6e0b-4a16-9b72-9ff70fd19b37
Pyxel: a retro game development environment in Python https://github.com/kitao/pyxel
'Notepad 8080 a clutter-free text editor in your browser.'
NP8080 v0.0.31 Published
100% Client-side. Offline. Data stored on your computer and NOT a server.
Code now off of GitHub. Next time the demo too!
Proving you just have to ask nicely...
RSS badge added to https://pub.dartlang.org
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Open Source Mobile Projects Opinion
Any mobile FOSS / hardware is a brave move. Challenging to deliver and even harder to survive.
However the form factor so is flawed and software lacking even on the dominant platforms. Is the goal good & valid?
I'd sooner back an open palm top that brings a fuller experience than another decade of cut down apps with finger smudges on screen.
Something more than a phone and less than a tablet seems more interesting, innovative and viable.
Ubuntu, JS & loom knitting
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..