i make stuff for old computers and things. c, c++, a variety of assemblies (and python when i can't avoid it).
purveyor of obscure movies and almost any music in my exorbitant free time.
"We moved to GitHub because everyone's already there"
"We shut down the mailing lists because most of our users prefer to use GitLab in their web browser"
"We're rewriting in Rust because we don't really have any non-x86_64 users"
"We're leaving IRC because Discord is more user-friendly"
What all of these arguments have in common is that they exclude people, centralize infrastructure, and eschew free software for proprietary solutions, all in the name of some ill-defined measure of "progress".
today i drove through sinclair, wyoming, the closest you can get to a company town and still have it be legal.
i guess looking on the bright side at least they provide actual housing, however mediocre, for their workers because driving by trailer parks surrounded by 100 miles of empty semi-arid desert in all directions is even more depressing.
new gemlog.sh update: now you can (optionally) insert headers between the years and months!
check it out here:
the travesty of how the gaming community ignored
donkey.bas has finally been brought to light by the retro game deconstruction zone. there's also the full and in-depth analysis that the game deserves (finally!)
I couldn't think of a better metaphor for what owning Internet of Shit devices is like if I tried
does the code and maybe even other things. patented procrastinating on my own projects. pretending to be a successful student. #nobot
masto instance for the tildeverse