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APX is now in Fedora official repos!
Get it while it's hot, and much love to Raphael Groner for packaging.
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 For the last few months among other things i've been fiddling with a port of a lovely game from 1980ies called QIX.It is implemented in hamster graphics and was a fun venture in basic game develop...
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fun with geometry
 
Hi. Nice work! I see that sou successfully managed to create a working logic for covering the area and calculating the percentage for the covered area. Would you consider sharing your solution? My friend and I are trying to create this game but the logic for covering the area is proving to be a headache. Keep it up!
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There are sparks and fuses. When you stop moving in your current cut path, a fuse would start going up from the base of your current line, it would freeze when you resume drawing. Also, after a certain time the sparks turn into supersparks that can also climb the current line.

The fuses are too wimpy, and practically speaking, you will not find yourself idling in this game much.
The super sparks, on the other hand, i feel are bending the fairness of the game. QIX comes from penny arcade, and this guy, while still on the gentle side, was shaking you like a nice, fat bully - QUARTER IN - MINUTE OUT - NOW BEAT IT!
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Day 7 of my space travel
http://milkisprotein.tumblr.com/post/57960023846/day-7

Captain’s log, stardate 6.., 65.., Computer! What stardate is it today? Computer! I mean, agh whatever, i’ll just count myself… So, yesterday was… six, five, hmm… Where is my yesterday’s log, ah, yes, in the trash of course, thank you very much Jake. What do you mean “can’t open”? This is ridiculous… Recording off!. Computer, recording off! Computer!… RE-COR-DING… O-FF!… COM-PU-TER… OFF!…, agh..

I took legs off the cockpit’s panel and tapped the REC button on it. After all these many hours of eavesdropping I would have expected the voice recognition algo of the AI to have picked up my accent but no luck, i was still the only person on the ship that it refused to understand.
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Click to read! :)
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Hello googels, i wrote something!
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Stirred the pot - proposed APX for inclusion in gnome games. Unleash VALA!

https://mail.gnome.org/archives/games-list/2014-April/thread.html#00000
2014-April Archive by Thread. Messages sorted by: [ Thread ] [ Date ] [ Author ]; Other months. Messages are ordered newest-to-oldest in this index. The newest threads will be at the top of this page, the oldest will be at the bottom. Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of ...
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I can't think of a single application that wouldn't have regressions in Gnome 3
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Hm. Yeah, I see your point.
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Lens flares does the same for sci-fi that cogs do for steampunk.
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Why, of course there is BLINK tag in libreoffice (format -> character -> font effects -> [x] Blinking)

And there are people using it too, of course :)
Hi everyone I made a presentation and want some text to blink repeatedly until I move on to the next slide. As far as ...
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go to poland!
 
We are recruiting!

We are Mirumee. A small company dedicated to building webapps. Better. We are a group of developers with a beautiful office in Wrocław, Poland. While the company is four years old (June 2009), our experience reaches back to the 1990's. We pick quality over quantity, work mostly with Python and try to opensource as much of our code as we can (Mirumee ♥ GitHub!).

And it so happens that we're looking for you. That is if you're a front-end developer with an exquisite taste for quality and are looking forward to spending five days a week with all the i̳̙̘̥̮͖͎̅n̄͊̀ṣ̖͉͐̾͘ã̳̯͇͍̖̗ͨ͊̂͛̊͋̕n̷ͣ̌̒e̳͙͙͔̖͎ͦ̍͊͢ people here in our office. Interested?

We’re looking for:
✩ señor front-end developers (and señoras!)
✩ junior front-end developers

Requirements are simple:
✓ good or very good knowledge of HTML, CSS and client-side JavaScript
✓ at least basic knowledge of the POSIX enviroment (remote Linux shell)
✓ strong will to constantly learn and improve as we go
✓ fluency in English (both written and spoken)

Kudos for experience with:
♥ responsive layouts and building for multiple form-factors
♥ jQuery
♥ Bootstrap

What we offer:
✪ cash monies somewhere in the range of 4000–6000 PLN
✪ interesting and challenging projects built for companies all around the globe
✪ fun internal projects using cutting-edge tools and technologies
✪ a desk and a chair
✪ a decent full HD monitor
✪ a coffe machine
✪ a full-size pool table

E-mail us now and schedule an interview. All resistance is futile.
hello+frontend@mirumee.com
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Desert Rose - love the aesthetics!
Buggy series is one of bigger personal projects. I started to work on it in January 2008. It was shortly after I've seen Mad Max trilogy again. I love those fallout vehicles in the movie and I remember like I loved them when I was just a kid so I've decided to make at least my own one.
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