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  • I'm going to run this in a hannah Montana linux vm, boot a live disc, then try and recover.

    Linux puzzle edition

  • Too Rule for School
  • Hey man, what if someone steals this guys stolen art

    Seriously the AI art people are weird. Some guy prompted an AI mouse which became a meme. He then got very upset that the users of the meme weren't giving him money while suggesting he could copyright it, like the guy who drew the troll face.

    Art thieves afraid their theft will get stolen. Wild world

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • Sorry I'm a bit late, and it seems you've chosen endeavor (good choice), but I'll still give you some suggestions.

    First off on endeavor, it's essentially just a graphical, easier arch installer so if you're having issues and can't find anything endeavour specific anything arch linux will work the same. The arch wiki os a great resource for anything.

    Secondarily, I can suggest opensuse tumbleweed, or fedora. Both are more stable while being very up to date. Arch, and endeavor, will usually be the first distro to see an issue that misses testing. These two distros are just a bit behind arch but still very quick to update. Tumbleweed is also pretty bare bones too, after I installed everything I needed for a normal work instal it was about 6.7gb. Great distro, terrible logo.

    To finish off I am sorry about manjaro. It does look great, it's got a nice color scheme, and plasma by default is wonderful to see. That can be gotten pretty easily on any distro though. When you install endeavour you can select kde plasma. It's also default on tumbleweed, and you can get a plasma spin for fedora.

    Wish you the best in your journey, I'm sorry it's off to a bit of a rough start

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • No argument from me there, the aur is not very well made. On arch I do have some issues with how the aur is operated along with the behavior of arch maintainers. Not to the point I'd state using the distro is a bad choice though, as quite a few are minor, disagreements on tech philosophy, or currently being addressed.

    My issue with manjaro is their continual incompetence while most of the time doing nothing to stop the issue from recurring. Most of the problems I have seen manjaro go through are repeated. They don't learn. Their issues aren't just structural but a culture the company holds onto.

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • You are misrepresenting my points, and the anger you ascribe to me is odd, as the only person representing this behavior is you. You insult me, you misrepresent my points, you say I'm defined by my aparent hatred. This is strange behavior only suited to getting your "enemy" to shut up and in no way constructive nor condusive to a reasonable conversation.

    Firstly, my issue is that they don't warn about the dangers of the aur properly. Not that they promote it at all. If you read my statement I am clear. The aur is very useful, though dangerous. Also, on manjaro, version mismatch is likely to happen as the aur is built for arch and arch is two weeks ahead. You however pretend my point to be some entirely different thing in order to get you epic own.

    Next, on the aur 'ddosing', what do I not understand? The first time, ok, that's reasonable we all make mistakes. They did it again though in the same way. Nothing was done on their end to stop this from happening. Something we will see continually as they just don't stop making weird, unnecessary mistakes.

    As for me being Inigo Montoya, I actually am for your information. Manjaro killed my daddy-dom while I was sucking him off and for that I cannot forgive the company.

    This hatred you fantasize about does not come from me. Calm down and maybe try actually talking to people instead of trying to "own" them, or to simply "destroy the anti-manjarites"

    Edit: I see in the other post you did the same. Ignore what people kindly talking about their issues with manjaro say responding with hateful comments pretending they were the real issue. This is a continual issue with you

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • I would absolutely love it if manjaro was a reasonable choice. It was my first pick too. Their continual incompetence is what makes me wary of the company. I doubt you want a conversation as you're quick to paint me in this light but I do expand here on my major reasons:

    https://sh.itjust.works/comment/12137275

    Some of this stuff happened only a few years ago. The same people are still running this company. I have no reason to think they've changed.

    If you just want "arch made easy" I would suggest endeavorOs (best wallpapers hands down) or arco linux.

    I love the idea of manjaro and sincerely hope that either a, they get their shit together (which is preffered), or b, a new manjaro like distro comes into existance.

    The two week delay along with the calamari installer, and default plasma desktop give me a half chub already thinking about it. I'd be full send for it if the devs were competent

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • absolutely, thank you for asking

    Manjaro has been continuously destructivte to the open source ecosystem it utilizes and it's users through continual incompetence.

    Manjaro and it's staff often suggested to users that they use "pacman -Syyu" by default to update, which ignores caching to get a reloaded database. This puts a heavier load on the volunteers hosting the repos.

    Manjaro made a campaign stating that "Manjaro works on the m1 apple macbook!" Shipping a random kernal from asahi linux which did not work at all. The project was nowhere near ready at the time and could never boot. This wasn't the latest build either, just some random build. This build could have easily broken users macbooks.

    Back to the asahi, when it did work they pushed an update to the kernal that broke half the users gui. This by updating a library which was documented to break in this manner. It broke all x11 instances showing they didn't even run it to ensure it worked. No benefit existed from updating either more was it stated to be the goal of their patch. The reason it wasn't checked by the devs is due to the fact the patch came from the lead arm dev of manjaro. This man should know better.

    On the funding of manjaro, a company, things have been a little funky. After a spat between their treasurer and leader of the project the treasurer either left or was removed. Now, what happened is blurry, but now the sole person in charge of money is that leader who has never appointed a new treasurer as they stated they would. Atleast since last I checked. If the previous treasurer is right this person was utilizing development funds to acquire a powerful gaming laptop. Something which is directly against the stated purposes this company may use money, and the responsibility of a treasurer to deny.

    They let their ssl run out 5 times. 5 times. I am a web dev, this shouldn't happen once. One can automatically renew it. This shows their continual incompetence. The first time, they suggested users set back their clocks so it would stop complaining.

    Manjaro ddosed the aur twice using their tool pamac. Both in the same manner showing once it had happened nothing changed to ensure it couldn't twice. This was not malice of course, just an mistake twice made.

    Back to the aur, though many will never have an issue as they only use it for general programs they don't hold it back that two week period so version mismatches can break that which is installed from the aur.

    Still on the aur, the ability to enable it is right next to flat packs and snaps in pamac. Both are relatively safe, unlike the aur. They do not properly warn users about the aur. I'll admit this to be a lesser thing, but anyone using the aur should know it's faults. It's just a list of scripts which your pc will run to install a package that'll auto update to the next version of a script when updating. This means, basically anything can be put inside there. By design too this is rarely maintained by the devs of a project. One issue which came up, the cemu emulator a very commonly used package had to calls to an IP logger alongside a list of people who can "go fuck themselves". If you let this update without reading it you can recieve malicious updates. When malware exists and propagates on linux the aur is the first place it'll go. You need to be able to read the scripts and do so each update . The air is a very useful tool but a dangerous one.

    There's more out there but I'm going to leave it here. Sorry for the rambling nature, but I' a bit tired right now

  • [Question] Manjaro, out of curiosity question, does the image on boot has any security implication regarding logoFAIL?
  • Manjaro damaging it's image wouldn't be a new thing. That's mostly dust at this point. No though, as others have explained this isn't an issue, currently

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  • I play a girl in dark souls because dark souls 2 stole my gender

    That coffin changed it all boys gals

  • Rust for Lemmings Reading Club Week 18 [PROJECT]

    Welcome to week 17 of Reading Club for Rust’s “The Book” (“The Rust Programming Language”).

    “The Reading”

    Chapter 12.5: “Reading A File" The Book: https://rust-book.cs.brown.edu/ch12-05-working-with-environment-variables.html (the special Brown University version with quizzes etc)

    The Twitch Stream

    Starting today within the half hour @[email protected] twitch stream on this chapter: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou2c5J6FmsM&list=PL5HV8OVwY_F9gKodL2S31czb7UCwOAYJL (YouTube Playlist)

    Be sure to catch future streams (will/should be weekly: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke)

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    The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • Yeah I think we both want the same thing with a pretty minor disagreement on a supplementary topic.

    I doubt we'll see everyone stop either thing, and i'd argue if everyone stopped one thing, It should be giving money to these companies as a whole.

    I'm glad to hear you tip though. My major issue has always been that individuals do very little by not tipping save for taking money from that employee.

    We can at least agree the real solution is in legislation however. This will likely hurt no workers while ending the situation.

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • Edit: I'd like to thank you for the kind conversation none-the-less. Even if we disagree, you seem like a chill person

    Right, but other businesses will have gotten the money you would have spent, thus the greater capacity. They will have more business and require more workers.

    Even if they didn't have this capacity or didn't increase it, the difference is clear. In both situations the worker is hurt, but in one the employer is hurt too. Why only hurt the employee? Why continue to support the employer by giving them the same amount of money if your objection is moral?

    If you're still going to support the system, the only benefit to not tipping is a discount taken only from the employee, not the employer.

    Lastly, I call for nothing like that. What I've been saying is clear. If you're going to support fast food, you should be tipping. No moral consumption and all that, I understand we can't be perfect and support every cause, but my argument is that one should still tip to use this luxery good. Not tipping only hurts the worker. If you don't tip though, you should understand what you're doing.

    If you're reason for not tipping is moral objection to the system, you shouldn't think you're doing good by not tipping or that you're not supporting the system of tipping. You are, the employer who has caused this system to exist is not hurt, you're just taking money from a worker. That's all.

    Lastly boycotts rarely work. If we want this to change the best way is through local politics. Get involved, get informed, get things changed. Why do you think all the politicians are dissociative weirdos who do no good for the populace? They have to get a start somewhere, replace them.

    You should still tip though, or minimize/cut out entirely your fast food consumption.

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • Leave to where? What other job? We're in a job deficit and non fast food places can only hold so many. Currently, when a fast food joint loses workers, they just pile the new work on employees who can't just leave.

    This idea of "just leave 5-head lol :P" is rather short sighted. They need to eat, they need to pay rent, they can't just leave.

    Why haven't they left already with already abysmal wages even including tips? We have a shortage of jobs right now If they all left, or a large enough portion left, then they'll need new jobs. No other industry has those jobs available currently. They'd lose wages, and have to go back.

    Again, not tipping only hurts the worker, not the employer. Even in your situation the end goal is to hurt the employee so much they leave. Why not hurt the employer instead of only the employee? The only benefit is not paying that 10-15% on your mushroom parmesean chickenburger meal with deluxe fries.

    If the end goal is the same, less workers in the industry which hurts the employer forcing better conditions, you not tipping does little to help while only hurting the employee

    All you accomplish is a cheaper price on your luxary meal. A discount taken solely from the worker with no negative to the employer save for this idea that one day, the employee will walk out to another job that treats them better. A job that, sadly, does not exist

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • This does not force them to pay more. They will simply not pay the employee a greater wage. The employer loses nothing by the employee getting less money here. They only lose if they pay more.

    If everyone just stopped tipping all that would happen is that the workers now have a lower pay. The employers have lost no money, and have no reason to change anything.

    Yes, not paying the fast food joint at all does hurt the worker, but if you're already ok with doing that why not hurt the employer? They'll lose money by not paying a reasonable price this way. Unlike with not tipping where nothing is lost.

    Your method hurts only the worker. My method hurts the buisness as well. Only one gives the buisness a reason to change. The buisness does not care about the living situation of an employee

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • If you participate in the system without paying the tip you only hurt the employee.

    They're not just acting like the rest of the world, the rest of the world has better wage laws. They have a different system.

    Yes, not participating in the system will hurt the same employees, as not tipping does, but not buying fast food also hurts the employers. Unlike buying without tipping which, again, only hurts the workers.

    Once more, if you don't agree with tipping, not tipping won't do anything to the system. The only way forward is to not participate. If you think non participation will do nothing, why harm the worker?

    This is alot of moralizing to justify a selfish behavior. Just be honest, you don't care what what happens to the worker as long as you can get your luxary of fast food slightly cheaper

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • Atleast around where I live, this is not the case. Fast food joints often commit wage theft, and minimum wage isn't near $20+. The highest is just under 17 with most being under 15.

    Again, people also tend not to get paid for opening/closing over time certain types of work. Also, sometimes their paycheck is just lower than agreed. It's common

    We get news anchors, papers, journalists, and social media figures fear mongering about sky high minimum wages which convinces people progress is being made quick. It is not. You are not immune to propaganda so I understand why you'd think this but, broadly, this is not the case

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • That's a very good point. Supermarkets also tend to have full meals served hot or stuff you can nuke for a decent price no tipping needed.

  • The psychological warfare that happens internally when I come to pay my restaurant bill is killing me
  • You don't hurt the people who've made tipping a necessity by not tipping. You only hurt the worker. The worker is blamed for not being good enough for the basic amount of money to survive.

    If you want to kill tipping, stop funding the scum who make it needed. Stop eating out. If you must eat out, you accept that doing so has a greater cost than making your own food. Don't hurt workers while funding, and rewarding, those who exploit them.

    Edit: To clarify my opinion, if you eat out you should tip. If you object morally to the idea of tipping then you shouldn't fund those who make it a necessity. No moral consumption and all that jazz still applies. You can eat out, but if you're paying the exploiter, don't take out your anger on the fellow exploited. Leave a tip

  • I'm a hot commodity!
  • I feel sad for the poor people who've blocked the roman memes guy. Seriously man, pug makes half the good content on this network, their feeds must look so sad

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    Ruletai
  • Oh you meant there's a per game setting, that's pretty cool I had no idea. Now none of my friends can make fun of me for adding onto my 900 hours of geometry dash

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    Ruletai
  • Away from pc but from what I remember when you go into the friends window, after clicking the friends button in the bottom right, at the top of the new window there should be an arrow. From the drop down you should see active, away, invisible, and offline. Choose invisible to be able to see your freinds, talk to them, etc. but show up as offline for them.

    Whenever I'm online I get alot 9f requests to play comp on cs2 so it's helpful when I just want a calm stardew valley evening, or I'm already 5 stacked. It's not just for porn. I have no idea why you'de buy porn off steam though. That's a wild idea

  • Coreboot Progress - Update on the AMD board

    Saw this a bit ago but didn't think to post about it

    To be clear, this doesn't mean coreboot is available now and what is working for devs includes quite a few binary blobs. It's still progress though and good to see.

    It's been 5 months but you did ask me to inform you of anything happening @[email protected]

    Another link from that article shares more info: https://www.phoronix.com/news/Framework-13-AMD-Coreboot-WIP

    More info tends to be posted here: https://community.frame.work/t/responded-coreboot-on-the-framework-laptop/791/428

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    Rust for Lemmings Reading Club Week 14 [PROJECT]

    Welcome to week 14 of Reading Club for Rust’s “The Book” (“The Rust Programming Language”).

    Starting today within the hour “The Reading”

    Chapter 10: “Traits: Defining Shared Behavior" - continued The Book: https://rust-book.cs.brown.edu/ch05-01-defining-structs.html (the special Brown University version with quizzes etc)

    The Twitch Stream

    @[email protected] twitch stream on this chapter: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou2c5J6FmsM&list=PL5HV8OVwY_F9gKodL2S31czb7UCwOAYJL (YouTube Playlist)

    Be sure to catch future streams (will/should be weekly: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke)

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    Barside ally meet (digital)

    Created a while ago from a DnD session where the PC's were stalking a leonin man meeting some friends in a shifty alley, beside a bar using krita along with it's perspective tools. Using Muses brush pack, I'll send a link if requested. Very nice pencil and charcoal brushes.

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    Rust For Lemmings - Code Together Stream

    This acts as a reminder that tomorrow Tuesday the 13th at 6:30 EST will be our second meeting, though you're welcome if it's your first time all the same. We'll be discussing what we've learned since last week, what we're doing this week coming, and reading the next two parts of The Book together. Along with that, we'll talk about a new (secondary and optional) stream possibly on Thursdays at the same time going through advent of code together in order to learn rust through code.

    Hope to see you all there tomorrow but as always, the Vod will be available afterwards at the youtube channel listed in our Project Portal here: https://sh.itjust.works/post/14184272

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    Rust For Lemmings - Code Together Stream

    Streamed Code Together

    A streamed reading club focused on rust's The Book and becoming reasonably good rust developers through community collaboration. The end goal is to read the lemmy codebase and contribute to the platform we all love. This stream will serve as a club meeting where we read some of the content together, discuss previous topics, and write some code.

    Anybody's welcome, whether you want to continue once we get to the code base or not. If you're completely new to rust this is a great place to start and if you already know the language we'd love to have you all the more. At the very least it's a good networking opportunity but you'll likely learn more than you thought.

    Post Stream

    After the stream, a discussion post will be made to This Community stating what we've gone over and what we're planing to read/code/do before the next stream. This will act as a place to talk about what you've learned, what issues you're having, how your post-stream learning is going, and to help your fellow lemmings. I strongly encourage posting a comment even if everything you've stated has already been said.

    Timing

    We will meet weekly at 6:30pm EST (New York Time) on Tuesday with a maximum length of two hours.

    Hosting

    For now, the host will be myself however if you're interested in hosting or co-hosting yourself please feel free to message me about this especially if you can stream at a time where people in a European or Asian timezone can join in.

    Missed the stream?

    A video will be available on youtube so you can watch at a later point and a discussion post will be posted here weekly which states what we've gone over and what we're going to do before the next stream.

    Links

    The weekly stream will be hosted on twitch with that site being our main chatroom. Vods will be available on Youtube after the stream along with a mildly edited version for those who couldn't join in but still want to keep up

    Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke

    Youtube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5HV8OVwY_F9gKodL2S31czb7UCwOAYJL

    Our Learning Rust and Lemmy Community: [email protected]

    Original Post: https://sh.itjust.works/post/13993219

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    Rust For Lemmings - Code Together | "The Rust Programming Language" book club meeting on twitch

    cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/13993219

    > ## The concept > A streamed reading club focused on rusts The Book and becoming reasonably good rust developers through community collaboration. If you're interested, please comment so we know this's something you'd like to join in on. > > ## A Begining > To begin, I'll be setting up a twitch stream where we read through the book together and solve some problems together related to the concepts provided. We'll be able to collaborate in chat, and talk about it here after each stream. This way, we'll be able to lean on each other or just hang out while we learn the language Lemmy uses for it's backend. Other hosts will be welcome as the end goal is to create a group of people whose goal is to support our collective growth as developers > > Anybodies welcome of any skill set, whether or not they want to continue on once we get to lemmys code base. If you're completely new to rust this is a great place to start and if you already know the language we'd love to have you all the more. At the very least it's a good networking opportunity but you'll likely learn more than you thought. > > ## Timing > Please comment your availability so we can find the best time and day to do this. As a stand-in and default though, 6:30pm EST (New York Time) on tuesday will be the start time. I'd be available on most days myself after 5pm Eastern Time (new york) though so don't hesitate to suggest another time/date. > > ## Where? > For now, I'll be streaming this on a twitch channel I created a bit ago but never used. The link is here: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke > > Thank you @[email protected] for the idea.

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    Rust For Lemmings - Code Together

    The concept

    A streamed reading club focused on rusts The Book and becoming reasonably good rust developers through community collaboration. If you're interested, please comment so we know this's something you'd like to join in on.

    A Begining

    To begin, I'll be setting up a twitch stream where we read through the book together and solve some problems together related to the concepts provided. We'll be able to collaborate in chat, and talk about it here after each stream. This way, we'll be able to lean on each other or just hang out while we learn the language Lemmy uses for it's backend. Other hosts will be welcome as the end goal is to create a group of people whose goal is to support our collective growth as developers

    Anybodies welcome of any skill set, whether or not they want to continue on once we get to lemmys code base. If you're completely new to rust this is a great place to start and if you already know the language we'd love to have you all the more. At the very least it's a good networking opportunity but you'll likely learn more than you thought.

    Timing

    Please comment your availability so we can find the best time and day to do this. As a stand-in and default though, 6:30pm EST (New York Time) on tuesday will be the start time. I'd be available on most days myself after 5pm Eastern Time (new york) though so don't hesitate to suggest another time/date.

    Where?

    For now, I'll be streaming this on a twitch channel I created a bit ago but never used. The link is here: https://www.twitch.tv/deerfromsmoke

    Thank you @[email protected] for the idea.

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    Experiances finding a group on the fediverse

    I've been trying for a bit to get together a group or find one to join here with no success. I've posted in two communities here on lemmy, replied to a few peoples posts, and each time it seems that I and the others don't get enough people together to start a game.

    My question is towards others experiance in the fediverse with getting together a group as a DM or a player.

    Have you been able to do so?

    If so, what's your experiance been? Where did you find success?

    Is mastadon or another service a better place to look?

    Any experiance or story is appreciated.

    Alternatively, if you've been looking yourself and have had the same experiance, I'd love to have you at my table. I am in the EST timezone though

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    What the fuck have they taken from us

    Michael Jackson was apparently removed from CS2. This is a sad day

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    This Morning Cemented My Love for KDE Plasma

    It is 5 am, I have not slept tonight, but what I have done makes me very happy.

    It was too easy and took no coding. Even though I'm a professional programmer I was not excited to learn qt and hate c++ with a passion. I did not need to. Seriously, it is my belief that anyone could have done this if they really wanted to

    The Problem

    I've not been able to find a theme which lets me have small floating panels and a nice brownish colour profile. All the brown themes I've liked have a massive border radius in the floating panels, and thus my two panel layout takes up an absurd amount of space. 64 pixels in total, though it seems a bit larger to me. Maybe that doesn't account for the bottom empty space.

    Fixing It

    I knew at this point I'd have to learn a bit about plasma theming in order to get what I wanted, and had been procrastinating for about a month. Tonight, I could not sleep, so around 2 I decided to try it out. I started online and found nothing on my specific problem, with people suggesting I just "try another theme". Perhaps I was googling wrong, but no useful information there. went back in to the settings though and found the edit button on the plasma theme section. Right there were all the SVGs needed to alter the theme and a nice button to get to the directory where it was all housed.

    I searched up panel, found three images, and tried something incredibly dumb. I just yeeted them into inkscape, made the borders on each image smaller, and changed my theme away and back. Fantastic, now the corners are smaller and I can shrink my panels to a reasonable size. It took about 15 minutes in total. To be fair, each corner was it's own path and I had to do this 4 times and be cautious of some shadowing but I seriously think anyone could have gotten this done. Fuck man, the theme I'm using is distributed under the GPL. That's place is wild.

    Conclusion

    Plasma is built for people who want to change their experience and I love the devs for that. At this point I'd be surprised if I found something I couldn't do. If you're curious, here's the finished product. It'll take some more work with a colour picker to get the sliders the right way but for now this is fantastic

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    LFG @ttrpg.network sorrybookbroke @sh.itjust.works

    LFP - EDT - 5E - Online - Assault on gumdrop mountain - 5th level

    Hey everyone, didn't see any posts here so I've decided to make my own. Haven't DM'd in a while but if I can get 3-5 people together I'd love to do a one shot.

    We'll be playing:

    Assault On Gumdrop Mountain: A Drug-Fueled Adventure for 5th Edition

    Concept

    A group of adventurers have been hired to climb a mountain of filth which has recently came into being, find out why, and hopefully put an end to this occurrence. In order to withstand the horror an alchemist has created a potent hallucinogen which turns the abhorrent into adorable, and sweet. Vast quantities of blood turn into orange soda lakes, flocks of maggots turn into red licorice bits, fecal fungus into cotton candy tufts, the ever present aroma of decaying corpses turns into a delicate sweet scent of pastries and jam, and black licorice turns red. The disgusting turned delicious. This makes the climb tolerable as the sights and scents are masked by this delicious delusion.

    Info

    This will be a fifth level adventure ran for adults using discord and owl bear rodeo. It'll likely take two sessions, and will likely be starting in two to three weeks. Once we get the players we will discuss date and time, likely a weekend after 6 EDT however. No racism, homophobia, etc. will be tolerated

    This will not be a sexual game and I as the DM will not flirt with you as an NPC. All attempts will be shot down quickly, and harshly.

    Homebrew must be vetted first but any official book is ok with me.Tashas, Unearthed arcana, etc. are all allowed

    Applying

    I'd like you to comment or message me your age, a little about you, experience (none required), character concept, what you like in a game, and favourite DND moment (if any)

    Example: Hi, I'm sorrybookbroke a 23 year old Canadian guy. I've played DND for about 7 years, dming for quite a bit of that. I'm thinking of playing an artificer goblin named Ted. Ted does not know he is a goblin, and ignores all who try to explain this to him. In a game I like a fair amount of role play between characters with a healthy dose of combat.

    (To clarify, I will only be dming, there will be no dmpc)

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    Compiler.nvim - Compile and run your files from inside neovim.

    Zeioth has created a fantastic plugin for those of you looking to make Neovim more like an IDE. Run the open command, tell it to build, have it compile, execute, and output your code in a really nice looking way all inside neovim.

    It's still pretty early but this is looking promising. It's already very customizable with support for a few languages, with more in the works.

    Give it a look: https://github.com/Zeioth/Compiler.nvim

    !

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    Does anyone like the Floating panel holes?

    When an application is maximized, the panel de-floats, but the sides remain empty. I understand that this is likely hard to implement differently, but mac also does this, and I wanted to know if anyone likes their floating panels to be so holey?

    Personally, I'd like to get my holes filled. sadly it's not possible for many linux users

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