I just learned that ArmorPaint is now in early access on Android. That means between it and the Krita beta there can be an entire open source texture creation and 3D painting workflow on Android, in particular on tablets. This is very exciting!

github.com/armory3d/armorpaint

@alexjgriffith if you find one let me know! you'd think it'd be trivial to change speed or grab a frame. i know there's a setting in the masto prefs that makes gifs only play on mouseover, i guess with javascript.

Should've posted about this on the weekend, but there's a good grant for up to AUD$5000 for people in Victoria (Australia), that has a pretty easy application.

> funds to support planning, adapting and relaunching
work; research and professional development; products and/or skills development; exploration of
new ways to engage audiences for existing or new work; and/or, development/exploration

Acquittal isn't rigorous, so you can blag a bit :phpbb_twisted:

creative.vic.gov.au/grants-and

@alexjgriffith Noticed you have repeated the Linux and Mac instructions in 'Install instructions'.

Dunno how much you wanna get into the page markup, but there's a CSS media query to provide alternative content for people who have a preference for 'reduced motion'. In this instance you could use it to replace some of the images with static ones. Downside is that replacing images with CSS introduces other accessibility issues because you can't add an alt attribute :|

developer.mozilla.org/en-US/do

Any writing software you'd recommend that isn't Scrivener and not Manuscript nor Trelby? I can't with my mishmash of stuff atm.

google antitrust filing thread from @fasterthanlime@twitter.com 

RT Lock (with permission):

Ok so, I just read through all 173 pages of the unredacted Google antitrust filing and I have to say that either Google is screwed or society is screwed, we'll find out which.

Unordered list of fun things I learned:

- google has a secret deal with facebook called "Jedi Blue" that they knew was so illegal that it has a whole section describing how they'll cover for each other if anyone finds out
- google appears to have a team called gTrade that is wholly dedicated to ad market manipulation
- Google had a plan called "Project NERA" to turn the web into a walled garden they called "Not Owned But Operated". A core component of this was the forced logins to the chrome browser you've probably experienced (surprise!)
- Google is willing to do almost everything to prevent people from circumventing their ad exchanges
- This is what AMP is about
- Google habitually insider trades on their ad exchanges in every way you can think of and every way you can't. Too many ways to list here.
- The exchanges are also rigged so that google wins on bids where they aren't the highest bidder.
- A large amount of people inside google are aware of all of this
- If Google ever tells you some change will increase your ad yield, run. In fact anything they tell you is a lie
- Google has worked with Facebook and Microsoft to discourage them from increasing user privacy, lamenting occasions where they prioritized their reputation over their collective business interest

You can read the full unredacted document for yourself here:
storage.courtlistener.com/reca

Dear web archiving colleagues, is there a tool that you would recommend for creating a graphical site map? For instance, a tool that would crawl a site or ingest a WARC file and export graphviz, or SVG?

A note to remember that the #roguelikecelebration is happening this weekend 16th/17th

roguelike.club/

An annual gathering of the #roguelike community including talks and presentations from many of the #roguelikedev of your favourite #games.

Doing live streams can feel the worst, you give so much energy and then at the end there's silence and you're on your own and have no idea what really just happened.
If you want to make someone happy send them a message to say you liked their live stream

@exquisitecorp you should ask the merv admins to grab this emoji for you :babycastles:

though maybe it's not grey enough—

I got kinda worked up about the football, so it was a good distraction, at least.

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Just finished a very tedious wiki task (changing links to entries in the glossary to use a new template), before checking if there are any wiki-wide find/replace tools ... ... ... there probably isn't though 💫

dos-like is a programming library/framework, kind of like a tiny game engine, for writing games and programs with a similar feel to MS-DOS productions from the early 90s. But rather than writing code that would run on a real DOS machine, dos-like is about making programs which run on modern platforms like Windows, Mac and Linux, but which attempts to recreate the look, feel, and sound of old DOS programs.
github.com/mattiasgustavsson/d

@320x200 yeah :( i'd find this useful for all sorts of things. i had a big internet hunt when i was feeling limited by mindmap stuff, but no success.

@320x200 would a mind-mapping program work? i use freemind a bit, but structurally it might be too rigid.

Atkinson Hyperlegible font is named after Braille Institute founder, J. Robert Atkinson.  What makes it different from traditional typography design is that it focuses on letterform distinction to increase character recognition, ultimately improving readability brailleinstitute.org/freefont

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Hi! Game Making Social is a part of the Fediverse dedicated to being a well-moderated, cosy, friendly place to talk and share stuff about amateur videogame making, and everything surrounding that.

It's kinda an offshoot of Game Making Tools, which is a wiki(+) for a similar audience.

Game makers, game writers, game curators, etc. etc. most welcome!

Please read the rules before signing-up :)

PS: We have Animal Crossing, LSD, and Klik & Play emoji :3