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.
Energy is expensive, so there is a pretty good correlation between the price of food and the energy spent on making, transporting and storing it, which in turn is pretty well correlated with its carbon footprint.
That means that, if you really care about this planet, you should only eat cheap mass-produced processed food, with artificial flavoring and preservatives, and not fresh organic avocados that will go bad next day if they don't sell, and bananas that have been refrigerated on the way to you.
@deshipu I like to think of it like the orks built a society out of war were as every other faction abandoned their society to make war.
Maximum dakka. Grot for scale. #minis
Oh, awesome. @Tutanota are using a reputation based RBL, which means that my self-hosted mail server can't send email there. (And helpfully, the URL I get back to look for more info is a 404... doubly awesome).
If you want to fight for email privacy, a terrific way to do that is to push people towards big email hosters who have the reputation for these blocklists, and will definitely not mine your email for data to sell. </sarcasm>
Are there #keyboards for left-handed people with the whole layout mirrored?
For everyone who is wondering whether it is moral to kill monsters in computer games: it is, by definition.
A "monster" is someone or something that is outside morality, that is an exception. That is what the word means.
Now, you can instead wonder if it's really monsters you are killing, but that is a separate topic.
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