Any pixel or 3D graphics artists around wanting to do the graphics for the upcoming TiTAN+K2 Nintendo DS demo at Nordlicht?
Our Artists In Residence are currently Busy With Life after being a bit unresponsive, and thus really need your help!
If you're interested, please contact us at #titandemo on EFnet (webchat: https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient/irc.inet.tele.dk/#titandemo )
One detail... the compo deadline is next weekend. (Friday 19 evening/Saturday 20 morning)
I've been working on an automatically generated EDID library  based on kaitai . Still wondering whether it's a good idea.
Anyone knows about other generators for binary formats?
@Wolf480pl even musl uses __attribute__ throughout. Where can __attribute__ go in the EBNF? Who fucking knows!
@absturztaube Your website is evil. I can't close it because it plays a nice Module in a loop :<
#np Move by NAGI☆ feat. 舞花 from Rebirth Story III
Does anyone have an idea how to tickle button presses, etc out of a Behringer X-Touch (Mini) ? I was gonna use it to control PulseAudio if I could get it working.
Linux detects it and loads the MIDI driver and exposes the device as /dev/midi3, but tailing that I get nothing. Neither in standard mode nor in Mackie Control (MC) mode.
Looks like Google fixed the "problem" of the recaptcha solver Buster . How? By disabling the audio captcha. Good luck to anyone depending on the audio version.
> Your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now.
Time to hook up MIDI and PulseAudio!
Gettings this for setting per-application volume and maybe also screen brightness https://www.thomann.de/de/behringer_x_touch_mini.htm
Little piece of git rebase advice occurs to me
Say you're working on a feature that touches 3 modules, and you've written a bunch of commits during your work that all touch a mix of the affected modules in each commit. When it comes time to rebase, you want to get one commit per module. In git rebase -i, choose the "e" option for any commits affecting multiple modules, then git reset HEAD^ to undo that commit and update the working directory. Use git add -p to add only the hunks affecting module A, then commit it. Rinse & repeat for other modules, then git rebase --continue until you're done.
Then git rebase -i again, reorder the commits to group them by module, and squash/fixup to your heart's content.
"Software below the poverty line" by André Staltz https://staltz.com/software-below-the-poverty-line.html
This is a pretty eye-opening and damning piece. There's so much money sloshing around in our industry, but not a lot of it is going to our open-source commons.
Things I Learnt The Hard Way (in 30 Years of Software Development)
(Now in blog format!)
Google's Captcha in Firefox vs. in Chrome
(submitted by kojoru)
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