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@shel @bea @ccolocho As someone whose job is to deal in testing, I can say automated testing at the very least should be set up. That way it would be possible to see what's going wrong shortly after a commit. Continuous integration can greatly reduce random breakage.
But I guess, the way it works is you'd have to set it up on your own and then manually warn people doing random commits when they break tests...
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LOTS and LOTS of DRAGONS!
even dragons that blow through snow!
plus! toy dragons, noodle dragons, kobolds, and much much more!
you'll love LOTS and LOTS of DRAGONS!
(not available in stores)
@linux I'll be honest. The W3C are also the same people who signed off on that whole XHTML debacle that was a dead end, waffled in the face of Internet Explorer 5/6 destroying web markup for almost 5 years, and basically sat there rubber stamping nonsense that people never implemented on and off for their whole existence. Can't say I would have expected them to be useful in the whole DRM debate either.
Gotta love how all the repositories and such for the lua and neural network things that use CUDA give instructions to compile on Windows that don't work and even have misspelled error messages to help inform you that, "Yes, you must be rich enough to buy two computers if you wish to use GPUs for both gaming and research computing, because screw you if you want to do both in one machine."
@masklayer It's like I'm reading something posted by myself 10 years ago when I, too, was forced to spend time with grandparents who A. didn't really care much about me and B. actually didn't care for me being there and C. was being forced to be there by my father and D. when all was said and done and my grandparents were gone, didn't really leave much of an impact on my life.
Ultimately I learned to just say no, regardless of the consequences... and I never regretted it.
@Nine As someone who has played a ton of Sonic games, I can say Sonic 1 doesn't really feel so much like a Sonic game and more like the cheap platformers before it.
I don't think it was fully baked yet. As such, I rarely replay it. I started with Sonic 2 and so when I finally did play Sonic 1, my reaction was "What? No, this isn't a good game at all, it looks and sounds nice but it plays horribly!" Especially with all of those slow waiting segments that don't feel like they belong.
@jk Logically speaking, need a specially designed motherboard with a nonconductive but thermally conductive substance connected to the pins that can then expose that to a backplate that a heatsink could attach to
(Yes I know you were doing this for a joke but my engineery mind wants to figure out how to actually accomplish it without the wire-related issues)
...Oh, another absurd means--extend the pins through the CPU out the back and create a special heatsink XP