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

Extremely lewd, @ reader Show more

@sophia
I only had one: 40512629 I wonder if itʼs still accessible somehow… Good olʼ days.

@Sylvhem
Iʼm a Bacula advocate. Itʼs a pain to grasp and configure, but if you got it, itʼs really good at its job.

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

@orbifx
I do that, but it usually goes into completely different (albeit funny) directions. Yet, my daughter is pretty good with words and inventing rhymes, so i really look forward what we will invent.

@tom79
I just updated from Google Play, and it doesn't seem so…

@orbifx
I'm on it, I just wanted to find some inspiration. We're trying to create some morning and evening chants with my wife, specially for our children.

@gcluley
given those were active(ish) years of MySpace, I wonder if it's a coincidence…

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.

lewd shitpost Show more

@spideyj
The real power of Christianity is that if you celebrate the holidays/feasts of some old religions you still celebrate the Christian ones because they consciously built their holidays on the old ones.

I agree with @shello, that acorn shaped one looks great. Also that top left thing is most probably some material for an extraordinary bait 🤔

@welshpixie

@xahlee
Sorry, i missed this yesterday. As far as i understand it is safe to remove pth files as they are just pointers to other site package directories. They seem to work very similar to symlinks, actually. Just make sure the directory pointed to by a pth either does not exist or you don't want to access the packages hosted there anymore.

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.

@xahlee
Yes you can, but you should also remove the beautifulsoup4 directory, too.

Also you can use pip uninstall, as it will unconditionally remove all files of that package (after answering yes, even if there are packages depending on it. Because UX.)

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

Show more
The Polonkai family

This instance is dedicated to the members of the Polonkai family. If your surname is Polonkai, you are more than welcome here.