Turns out there are still people making web browsers that aren't based on WebKit or Gecko. Here's an article about a browser called Flow: https://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archives/2020/01/new_browser_on.html
0 A.D. will be present at FOSDEM’20 in Brussels on February 1st and 2nd.
FOSDEM is a free event for software developers from around the world to meet, share ideas and collaborate.
Some of our devs will be manning a stand Saturday and Sunday (Building K level 1 (group C): stand 6), and on Saturday, Vladislav Belov will be giving a talk about 0 A.D.’s graphics pipeline at 11:15 – 12:00 in the Game Development devroom K.3.201. Stan`, one of our devs, will co-host the Game Development devroom.
Having documentation in Markdown files *in* the repository alongside the code, instead of on a CMS or wiki, can be great:
- It pops up in code searches.
- It can be kept up-to-date while refactoring.
- It is wherever the code is (text editor, Git UI, tarball download)
"In the 48 hours after Prince died, his artcile got 11 million pageviews on Wikipedia - 66,000% higher than normal traffic."
This is an comprehensive and interactive tool, built by The Pudding, which analyzes three years of Wikipedia traffic.
"[...] ten years ago, a small team of web developers at YouTube conspired to kill IE6."
How I felt when relatives got Alexa for Christmas:
Disabling message notifications on iPhone has made my life better the last few weeks. I still allow icon badge counts and audio dings, but when wake my phone there are no snippets of communication that might be distract me - just a blank lock screen with the time. My mind tends to start 'working on it' as soon as I see a message, so it's a relief to finally choose the moment to give attention to email and texts. I would recommend giving it a try if you have similar inclinations.
New blog post: "One year of Pinafore" https://nolanlawson.com/2019/06/02/one-year-of-pinafore/
My reflections on the last year (ish) of working on #Pinafore.
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