Hackagotchi wasn’t started by me, but I still had a hand in its development. At its core, Hackagotchi was an economy-based farming game that ran through the Hack Club Slack. Users would farm plants and craft items in search of eggs that would hatch Hackagotchi, which were small, adorable dinosaurs.
Currently, Hackagotchi is on an indefinite hiatus.
Articles from my webring
Participation in open source requires you to surrender your monopoly over commercial exploitation. This is a profound point about free and open source software which seems to be causing a lot of companies to struggle with their understanding of the philosoph…via Drew DeVault's blog January 20, 2021
Hi all! This month again, my main focus has been wlroots. I’ve focused on the internal renderer refactoring (the so-called “renderer v6"). A lot of the work has now been completed, and all backends now use the new interfaces under-the-hood. With the help …via emersion January 18, 2021
This is a cross-post of the official security advisory. The official post contains a signed version with our PGP key, as well. The Rust Security Response Working Group was recently notified of a security issue affecting the search feature of mdBook, which co…via Rust Blog January 4, 2021
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