I realized that I never wrote my #introductions, so here it goes.
I'm a Python programmer working on open source. After hours I do whatever is my current obsession, so far I have gone through: #wiki, #drawing, #typography, #roguelike #gamedev, #pygame, miniature #painting, #tinwhistle and #ocarina music, #arduino, walking #robots, #rcheli, #electronics, #microbit, #micropython, #circuitpython, homebrew game handhelds.
"Seen that way, concerns about what technology will do to humanity conceal age-old worries about what powerful humans will do to the rest." -- from https://hbr.org/2018/11/business-does-not-need-the-humanities-but-humans-do
So there is a mailing list for the #PewPew #python #gamedev handheld device now! It's at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe here: https://mail.python.org/mailman3/lists/pewpew.python.org/
I wanted to play a little with accelerometers on my #robots, but I didn't see a way of attaching securely the available breakouts, so I made a small shield for the D1 Mini board that I'm using. You can stack up to two of them, thanks to the I2C address selection jumper, which I will need for this particular experiment.
> partial form of verifiability, called "complete verifiability"
You gotta love it when it's the politicians that come up with names.
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