I’m doing a little experiment and want to show how fast a post can spread. Please share and subscribe!

Kidding. Don’t fall for this crap. Your timeline is yours. Keep it clean and sub only to stuff you like!

a tweet by Jon KnolesJon Knoles
And the final render (again by Ron Lussier) of the TIE Fighter cover art, without logo. I think I did more Photoshop tweaking to it for the final box art, but Ron made my sketch come to life.

@jonk1969 Thank you for your awesome work. This game (and others in that line) are a huge part of my childhood memories and there is something satisfying to have this still sitting on my shelf that modern virtual only copies will never provide.

Challenging turn-based RPG 'Stoneshard' has a huge overhaul update out, price rising by Liam DaweLiam Dawe
Ink Stains Games have released a major upgrade to the challenging turn-based RPG Stoneshard, one they've been working on for some time now and it's quite the overhaul. Sounds like it's almost a different game too, all the big main parts of the game have been changed in some way. Here's the highlight...

Absolute lovely. Looks like someone made the homework on mediaeval buildings and stuff and mixed everything in a nice looking fantasy RPG. Getting Death or Glory: Das Erbe von Morgan vibes from this. Stoneshard goes totally on my wishlist.

How can I get consistent sizes with physically different monitors on Linux? by @edent
I can’t think of a concise way of wording this. I have three monitors. Each has the same resolution – 1920x1080px. But each one has a different physical size – 61 cm monitor, 39 cm laptop, and 48 cm monitor. Three monitors. Here’s my problem. When I move a window from one screen to another, ...

Sounds like you want to go back to tweaking an Xorg config file 🙂 A Monitor section has an option for a DisplaySize (in mm) that may be used (overriden by dpi from DDC file so may have to be disabled) but since the dimensions seem to be detected fine already I’d fiddle with xrand and if you’re happy with the results put that in ~/.xprofile or whatever. Here you can set anything without restrictions from the GUI. Example:

xrandr --output DisplayPort-0 --scale 0.8x0.8

Sadly this doesn’t seem to work with Wayland (I tried it even with XWayland for you). There was a project to rewrite xrandr but looks like it never flew. Latest solution to this seems to be wlr-randr that has according to source a --scale parameter but this requires wlr-output-management-unstable-v1 and while this may be in wlroots by now it’s not shipped (for me!) yet. Your mileage may vary.

The Post-MomentJS Era by Yarmo Mackenbach
The Post-MomentJS Era According to their own documentation, new projects should no longer use MomentJS, mentioning its hefty size and its outdated architecture as the principal reasons behind this statement. Although there are new libraries that they do recommend, we also have a different solution n...
a post by Jan-Lukas ElseJan-Lukas Else
I watched “The Social Dilemma” on Netflix today. I like the movie! A good movie with a lot of things people from within my bubble probably already know. And a lot of reasons to stay away from (classic) social media.

Watched The Social Dilemma now as well. Background music was annoying and distracting but overall a good one. Absolutely nails my own aversion against especially FB.

Kinda sad that there was zero talk about alternatives that do exist nowadays but I understand that the focus is on the big ads driven ones.