The struggles of a disabled norse blacksmith who can never go to battle yet finally gets the chance to go to Valhalla.

After yesterday's sadness about Article 13, maybe it's time for a bit of self-care with a game or two ❤️

@itchio Itch.io: Cool game store selling DRM-free indie games

@Minetest MineTest: Free open alternative to Minecraft

@gamingonlinux Gaming On Linux: News site about Linux games

@rpginabox RPG in a Box: RPG editor

@godotengine Godot Engine: Free open game engine

@dosnostalgic Anatoly Shashkin: Remembering old DOS games

@GIbiz GamesIndustry.biz: games news from a business perspective

If you're an avid open-source user who would love to help advance a project, there's a lot you can contribute whether you can program or not:

Provide constructive feedback, file bug reports, improve the documentation or help out maintaining the web & social media presence. Spread the word and recommend the projects you love to others (btw, I run Arch 😂)

Say "thank you" and tell developers to "keep up the great work". That form of contribution means a lot more than you could possibly imagine.

itch.io/post/703975

Because archives are not funny places, and it's always better to talk with elderly people however mad they look like at first.

Hey, people of the Fediverse! Do you have a morning chant, prayer, or affirmation? I'm trying to create mine and need some inspiration.

I say this as a design dude that became a developer because I got tired of developer's telling me what could and couldn't be done.

In my career, I can honestly say 90% of devs make shit overly complicated so they can impress other devs.

It's the 21st century, homie. Things should be getting _easier_ to use, not harder.

True there is something to be said about learning about programming to help bridge that gap, but as devs, we gotta meet them more than halfway.

Because we know how.

itch.io/post/699119

Daeron's story is back with some romance!

It's been about 6 months since i last wrote, and it really feels good to do it again. Here's to the hope I won't go on a hiatus again.

After a tremendous amount of suggestions from @insanity i grabbed a screwdriver and found that there is no RAM in the notebook. As it happens, i removed it to extend another notebook’s capacity about a year ago and i completely forgot about it.

Whelp… 🤓

LibreOffice for Windows installer: 251MB. @nextcloud desktop client for Windows instalner: 86MB. What the hell this client can do? :O

I have an old (~6 years) ASUS notebook that doesn’t turn on all of a sudden. The power, HDD, and WiFi LEDs turn on for a brief moment, then the whole thing powers down. This happens both on battery and AC. Does anyone have any idea what might cause this?

There used to be an old ad(?), from the US or UK, where a women asked her husband to do something. However, negative circumstance always intervened, like the fuse went out so the guy had to go to a store, but the car broke down, etc. At the end the wife enters (i think when the guy was repairung the carr asking if he has done what she asked, and the guy looked up saying “what do you think i’m doing?”

I’d be grateful for a link for this.

My daughter (4yo) just created two tubes, a red and a blue one. The red one is supposed to provide healing water, the blue one gives water that “makes you powerful”.

I’m pretty sure she hasn’t played computer games where red and blue things (although usually small bottles) do exactly the same…

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