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I can't decide on colors here - blue or pink? 😊

Spring is everywhere - and I want to show it in this print - warm and cosy days, calm and peace. 🌿

#illustration #lino #printmaking #linoprinting

The IPCC AR6 Synthesis Report released today. Here are the key takeaways and figures.

First, climate change has already caused widespread and substantial losses to almost every aspect of human life on this planet, and the impacts on future generations depend on the choices we make NOW.

So given this dire news, surely we are well on our way to cutting our carbon emissions, no?


The synthesis report is crystal clear: we are not doing nearly enough to avoid dangerous impacts, let alone achieve the targets of the Paris Agreement.

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Here's an idea: scrape fandom wikis and turn those into a good-UX wikis.

I keep giving too much benefit of the doubt. This guy is a vatnik, confirmed.

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The more I think about it, the more it doesn't add up.

I think his account may have been hacked, even though he *is* russian. Maybe he's sending a message out like this that he's in trouble and is forced to do some random things?..

It just doesn't add up. A person with IQ more than 30 can't do such idiotic stuff.

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I was thinking "where did I see this fucker"?.. Turns out that he contributed pretty good patches to FP Elixir libraries which are a pillar of our Elixir usage.

So annoying when people who looked cool turn out to be putin supporters (or russia supporters, which is the same thing in case someone wonders).

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@jonn a Mozilla-specific API

For Chrome I'll probably need to inject a wrapper for fetch() into the document and do some back-and-forth with the background script. Certainly doable, but more work.

@jonn well, that's why I'm mitming the API (which hopefully doesn't change much) instead of trying to inject stuff into the website (which is probably harder anyway since it's all webpack-ed and not very accessible).

The downside is that I can't split up the context request into two separate ones, so i'll have to track who you follow and since when and assume your server has their contexts in full already. Until then opening any remote toot is slow.

Which doesn't bother me personally but that's cause my own instance is slow anyway (and I start the remote context request in parallel to the original one).

Yeah, so... русня совсем охуела.
But moderators are absolutely on point.

Played for the first time today. It's an absolutely stellar game that was way ahead of its time.

Also, a regular reminder that @textfiles is awesome. Donate to @internetarchive.

Ended up playing a little bit of .

Today I learned that you can knock the arrow in the bow and it shall emit light.

It sure makes the game a bit easier. It's pretty difficult even with that knowledge though.

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Someone nailed the question that I have (I would ask it again this year).

In the comments, I noticed some u/wil. Yup, it's @wilw.

I love how genuine Wil is. <3

If someone knows a CLI game that is "like nethack but fun" and isn't or an game (I love both, but I'd like to just chill a little bit), I'm all ears.

I wanted to remind (or maybe even enlighten some of) you that before , there was . A puzzle-platformer where your character is a blob of a non-newtonian liquid.

Steam version allegedly sucks, but there's a FOSS version out there:

Funnily enough it has expressions for it. :D

I didn't make a thread about this year, but it's super-great to see the event back in the calendar.

Happy for Ogier's seventh. Sad for Ott and Lappi. But clearly Seb and deserved this win.

Winning a power stage to control the and points is just cherry on top.

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