- Camo, Mar 27, 2013 17:03
- MintMan, Mar 27, 2013 19:46
Note: the Like button is coming to Reality's End at no foreseeable time in the future. Reply
- Camo, Mar 28, 2013 20:34
I'd like that comment too. Reply
- Zedd, Mar 28, 2013 21:56
Sounds interesting. So, then, Mints, show us some deep magic in Linux :P. Reply
- MintMan, Mar 29, 2013 19:17
I gotta rewrite my Java/ALSA thing first in the perspective of a tutorial instead of a "Hey, look what I found!" Most of my other Linux stuff is going to be how to get certain drivers/programs to work. Google was no help when I was trying to get certain PCI cards to work (mostly because they are freakin' PCI cards!), so all of my Linux dealings are going to be entirely Google-fodder.
In fact, I even have logs of a non-site nature set up to to display a shorter snippet on the mainpage. They are that unimportant. Reply
- MadGoblin, Mar 30, 2013 22:19
I've generally been of the philosophy that Google is never of any real help, bloated with a lot of dead-end questions that yield no answers. Thus, I typically just go right to the source and say, "Hey, Ems, how do you ..."
And, boy, does he hate me for it~! Reply
- VinnyD, Apr 9, 2013 18:29
I dunno mints, web 2.0 passed by a while ago. Where are all those rounded rectangles I've been hearing about... Reply
- MintMan, Apr 9, 2013 19:48
1) Web 2.0 is still around. The "old versions" of the web are features that just get augmented. It is kinda like how Web 1.0 is still around as freakin' web pages.
2) Nothing about this had to do with Web 2.0.
3) Rounded rectangles are Mozilla or WebKit specific styles. Regardless, 99% of web developers just use images instead to create the effect.
4) 99% are also morons. Reply
- wes2new, Apr 20, 2013 16:28
It's nice to see activity around here. And keep fighting the good (open source) fight! Reply