My main hobby project is the Doomsday Engine: a portable, enhanced port of the original Doom/Heretic/Hexen.
I tend to prefer #Apple gadgets for my personal computing (fanboy since the iPod/2004).
I also play the piano and have dabbled in creating some electronic music using Logic Pro.
A little write-up on version 0.11:
ThreadSanitizer to the rescue. The download bug is now fixed in the dev branch.
In the grand tradition of breaking stuff with bug fixes, v0.7.2 appears to have broken downloading of large files (multiple megabytes). Looking into it...
#Lagrange v0.10 is out with many small improvements.
- Inline image option: Space/↓ loads next image instead of scrolling, if an image link is visible.
- New link navigation mode for the home row keys.
- Erase/reset keybindings.
- Added Gemini proxy setting.
- Font update.
- Fixes for URI parsing.
- Small UI enhancements.
Felt inspired to write something, so here's a post on how I ended up working on a #Gemini client:
"An Origin Story"
I haven't used Gopher myself in years (decades?) but do have great nostalgia for it. It was a part of my first internet experiences back in the mid/late-90s.
Lagrange takes some liberties with applying a gemtext-like presentation for Gopher menus, and it mostly seems to work. There's a simple detector for ASCII art. My focus is very much on Gemini but some tweaks for Gopher could still be done, too.
@epilys Finally merged your PR. I updated the Debian metadata and after adding a GPG signing key it seems to work. 👍 Haven't yet tested the built packages, though.
"IPv6 Is a Total Nightmare — This is Why" https://teknikaldomain.me/post/ipv6-is-a-total-nightmare/
What is this Gemini thing anyway, and why am I excited about it?
The default theme is still Nunito + Colorful Dark, but my current favorite theme is:
- headings: Literata
- body text: Nunito
- dark UI with Gray theme
The gray text is easier on the eyes while headings and preformatted text pop with brighter colors. ✨
Graphics/UX/UI researcher at Nokia. Writer of programs. I started working on Doomsday Engine in 1999 and somehow the project is still ongoing.
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