When the phasing of lines
frustrates machines and minds
that's a moiré
article via @grimmware
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📢 Amazing Job Alert 📢
Hey y'all, we're hiring a Lead Engineer at Terraso (Terraso.org)!
We're looking for someone to help assemble a suite of #opensource tools to help farmers, conservationists, land restorers, and generally all the superheroes who are going to save the world.
Not a lot of people have applied for the senior position. Boosts very much appreciated!
French Appeal Court affirms decision that copyright claims on GPL are invalid - https://thehftguy.com/2021/08/30/french-appeal-court-affirms-decision-that-copyright-claims-on-gpl-are-invalid-must-be-enforced-via-contractual-dispute/
It was merged!
https://ansuz.science/sprites/ animates a png sprite map from a final fantasy game (using the canvas API again).
If I keep having fun with little experiements like this I might end up integrating them with some other procedural generation ideas to make some tools for tabletop RPGs or something like that.
Of course, I'll probably want to drop the final fantasy sprites and use something creative commons like these: https://itch.io/game-assets/assets-cc0
my partner wanted a website to show off some of her professional skills (neuroscience education and work history), so we whipped something up a few weeks back.
Writing some static HTML reminded me how much fun it is to just kick out a standalone web page (as opposed to integrating new features into a complex open-source platform).
Since then I've been trying to find things to do with a few of my domains that have gone unused for a while.
I just made my first PR to a fediverse project: https://github.com/ihabunek/toot/pull/191
I (unsuccessfully) tried to add alt text to media upload sent to mastodon with the `toot` command-line tool.
Does anyone see what the problem is or want to pick up where I left off?
A Famous Honesty Researcher Is Retracting A Study Over Fake Data https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/stephaniemlee/dan-ariely-honesty-study-retraction
Yesterday I learned that kelp is algae and not a plant, so today my mind has been drifting to random thoughts like
"how long has kelp been on Earth?"
"how did I not learn about this sooner?"
"would people that don't know this think about sushi differently if they realized it was wrapped in dried bacteria?"
You know... perferctly normal thoughts.
got everything set up and now I'm realizing I don't usually post that much 😅
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