Following on from my previous article about configuring my mildly cursed WP8060U graphics tablet, I finally got around to setting it up for real use on my desktop.
Something I’ve felt to be lacking in the XMPP ecosystem is something resembling IRC webchat. No more!
A potential alternative to the flawed concept of instances blocking other instances.
At risk of sounding like an old man shouting at clouds, there’s some terminology I’d like to correct a large number of people on:
I use RSS a lot. Generally speaking, RSS is my preferred method of consuming news and media. This includes YouTube, which I then play with mpv, though by default that isn’t very convenient.
You may have noticed a number of changes since I last posted about services here, but a tl;dr: I’m running Pleroma now, Gitea has been re-done and is running 1.7.0 now, and my XMPP server has a few more services than before.
I recently ended up with a Google Cardboard clone - namely, a Samsung GearVR headset. I’m not sure whether the electronics inside are broken or just too snobby to interact with my trusty Moto G3, but either way, it functions like a plain Google Cardboard clone to me. So anyway, as Minetest wouldn’t run happily in side-by-side 3D mode on my phone, I set my sights on heavier VR stuff - namely Elite: Dangerous, the most solid VR game I’ve seen.
I complain about things a lot, so let’s talk about something I actually like, for a change: the Haiku operating system.
I watched Eureka Seven recently, so to get it out of my system I did a quick sketch of Eureka.
Or rather, whoever designed it is. postmarketOS can’t come soon enough.