Streaming today, too.

June 3rd, 2015 by celeron55

Streaming DIY things and music on Youtube

June 2nd, 2015 by celeron55

I’m experimenting with streaming webcam footage of my desk with some (mostly) creative commons music I’m listening to.

“Hang from my ceiling watching DIY electronics and listening to music.”

Feel free to ask stuff in the stream chat!

I’ve been making a small puzzle game “Wandstep”

January 4th, 2015 by celeron55
This is Wandstep.

This is Wandstep.

I made an entry to the Ludum Dare 31 competition called “Wandstep”. It was quite rough, but had interesting game mechanics and a usable visual theme.

Regardless of the roughness and fairly bad final scores in LD31, a local gamedev guy competed with me in a number of randomly generated levels in Wandstep. It was pretty fun – the challenging flavour of fun – so I decided to give it a go and polish this thing for a few weeks.

Granted, it’s not an AAA game, but if this sounded interesting to you, give it a go!

If you have any feedback, let me know!



Plain APK:

Hint: Use the in-game menu to share a random level, and use the menu again to get a direct URL to the level – each shared URL has a unique list of highscores too.

My one year of using Fedora 20

December 17th, 2014 by celeron55

The GNU/Linux distribution, not the hat, I might add.

So, like. The way this thing works is that first you remove (or just forget about) Gnome, and then you install your favourite window manager, and then you add at least the rpmfusion repositories (and possibly others depending on what special things you want to install. In my case these are bumblebee, google-chrome and adobe flash player).

Then you set up any specialities you want for your special hardware; in my case it was setting up bumblebee for the GPU and setting up some key bindings in acpid for controlling the screen brightness and disabling the default power button function. Then you fight with SELinux to make it allow what you just set up.

Then you… use it happily for a year, apparently.

It’s working fine and all the software is still very recent. At some point I should update to the next release and that is a bit frightening – but so far so good.

Unsurprisingly there are some hickups with the more exotic hardware I have; mainly Bumblebee tends to break when the kernel is updated, and the WLAN driver is fiddly. However, those are upstream issues and they won’t work any better in any other distribution so can’t really complain.

Jonathan Blow’s programming language stuff on Youtube (and Twitch)

December 11th, 2014 by celeron55

There’s this ongoing series of videos about a programming language that Jonathan Blow himself is developing. It’s good.

Go watch it from the beginning:

Live stuff happens sometimes at