SuperTuxKart 1.0 release (with online multiplayer) http://blog.supertuxkart.net/2019/04/supertuxkart-10-release.html
Generating a numbered list with Vim 8.0+ and Neovim easily Show more
Vim 8.0+ and Neovim have a pretty neat built-in feature: in Visual mode, select all but the first lines and press `g Ctrl-a` to turn a list like this…
For more info, see the documentation: :help v_g_CTRL-A
Duck Marines: a fun FOSS and cross-platform clone of the game ChuChu Rocket. I love the pixel art.
Qt for Python promotional video
I opened it in mpsyt thinking it was a tutorial. It made me smile.
How to set default color and brightness of LEDs of the DualShock 4 controller on Linux
https://generative.fm is infinite ambient music made with algorithms.
Well, now I don't have the "coding playlist is too boring problem"
Jazz² Resurrection: An open-source reimplementation of Jazz Jackrabbit 2 https://github.com/deathkiller/jazz2
Todd from Purism is guesting the latest episode of Late Night Linux.
They have a lot of great visions regarding privacy and convince. He talked a lot about offering a complete ecosystem based on open and decentralized services that's not locked into any hardware or platforms.
I hope that they can live up on all of it as well. I'm more than willing to pay for ethical, libre and secure convenience.
Just the mpv script I've been looking for.
"CryptPad is a private-by-design alternative to popular office tools and cloud services." https://cryptpad.fr/ Also, AGPL.
Riot.im - The Big 1.0 https://medium.com/@RiotChat/the-big-1-0-68fa7c6050be
Zathura - A lightweight Vi-like document reader – https://hund0b1.gitlab.io/2019/02/14/zathura-a-lightweight-vi-like-document-reader.html #Linux #Vim
K9 discussion regarding no setting for viewing e-mail messages in plaintext:
"If you want to trade the extended formatting options HTML brings for a reduced attack surface, that's fine. But K-9 Mail won't be that email client for you. You'll have to look somewhere else."
What other clients are there that's on par with K9?
Uses GNU/Linux full time, plays games, and prefers free/open source software. Also pragmatic.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..