Use the Godot engine, it's super easy to use and it's permissively licensed.
By the way the Godot engine uses like a bajillion third-party assets that have their own licensing conditions that you have to abide by, which means you'll have to include a bunch of licensing info in any binaries that you distribute.
Thanks, past me. You're so full of good advice.
So a friend of mine who hoards computer parts and books mentioned to me that he has an old Russian book on #COBOL.
Apparently it contains a line that goes something like "don't try to make your #code indecipherable to make yourself irreplaceable. Stalin knew what to do with people who make themselves irreplaceable."
This isn't the first #FLOSS app from #FDroid to give me problems, either. I tried out a virtual keyboard called FlorisBoard a while back that for some reason would occasionally slow right down and then lock my screen.
FlorisBoard is a one-man project from what I understand though, and #ProtonVPN is a major project from a midrange company, so I don't know why they would display similar symptoms.
Could be I just need to upgrade my #Android (perhaps to a PinePhone).
Holy shit, I just went to check on a webcomic for updates and I got a #WordPress installation screen. It even generated a password for me.
I have to wonder if this would have allowed me to lock the authors out of their own website.
I hope this is a mistake on their part and not a #security flaw in WordPress itself.
My timeline is awash with blue ticks. Twitter's algorithmic timeline buries all the people I actually care for. I have to remember to switch to latest tweets first, and then still check a lot. It's a painful way to keep in touch. Some people have voice. Others don't.
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