All Half-Life games are free to play in the next two months.
The PinePhone starts shipping—a Linux-powered smartphone for $150
The preview version of the new Firefox for Android now support Ublock Origin.
A few months ago I found this page on RMS's website:
“If you feel your organization needs a "presence" in Facebook”
It looks like OpenLara is getting popular 😀 https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=GUQvcQANTnI
“Plasma: A Safe Haven for Windows 7 Refugees” https://dot.kde.org/2020/01/08/plasma-safe-haven-windows-7-refugees
AntimicroX v2.25 has been released https://github.com/juliagoda/antimicroX/releases/tag/2.25
Yet another toot about an open source game engine reimplementation: PCExhumed, a port of the PC version of Exhumed/PowerSlave based on EDuke32
DevilutionX, open source and cross-platform game engine for Diablo, has reached v1.0
Lately I've seen some incorrect statements and facts about Linux on mobile being thrown around, and I decided to write a blog post to give some more correct info. Please give it a read https://fam-ribbers.com/2019/12/28/State-of-Linux-on-mobile-and-common-misconceptions.html 😄
If you see any mistakes I've made, please correct me!
DOSBox-X: An actively developed DOSBox fork with additional features
I'm using this (the SDL2 version, to be specific) because I've had input issues with the last "stable" version of DOSBox (based on SDL1).
Glow: Markdown renderer for the CLI, written in Go https://github.com/charmbracelet/glow
I like it because it's fast, pretty, and word-wrap can be set at specified width.
When I logged in to coursera.org, a page about accepting the new terms and conditions welcomed me. There was also a link essentially saying, “I don’t agree, delete my account instead.” (I chose this option because I haven’t used that account much.)
It’d be nice to see this option appear on more websites.
Uses GNU/Linux full time, plays games, and prefers free/open source software. Also pragmatic.
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