so "NESmaker" came out (one of those game development tools for non-programmers) and there's a thread on nesdev asking if people are worried about it bringing "lazy noobs" to the scene
which is a thing you could apply to, like, literally any software ever made? the whole point of programs is to make it easier to do things. "uhhhhh more people should make NES homebrew but it should also be completely impenetrable to most people who don't enjoy programming like it's the 1980s"
@cyinyde I'm guessing that the language filters are for *outgoing* toots only. Like, I toot in English and Mandarin, but only want the English toots to go public.
(BTW, I don't toot in Mandarin.)
Yes that would work too, but If i'm gonna grill it then i'd use apple chips instead of liquid smoke...yum!!
Beef or pork.
Liquid smoke, salt and pepper, then WRAP in foil and bake at 350 or more for 2 hours or until CLOSE to falling of the bone.
(Mince 2 clove garlic, 1/4 sweet onion)optional,
1 cup sweet baby rays bbq sauce,
3 table spoon Worcestershire sauce, 4-5 table spoon red devil hot sauce.
MIx well and coat tender ribs on one side then broil until caramelized
Repeat process on other side.
Does the language filter not work on the #federated timeline? I can't understand at least 60% of what's going on in there.
I'll put it this way. If #Valve could do such gigantic effort to make a massive amount of Windows-exclusive games from different developers/companies run on Linux, I'm not interested in giving money to companies like #Ubisoft #Bethesda or #EA for basically doing NOTHING for us (when is now more than evident that they could). I will gladly buy Windows-exclusive games from small, indie developers that don't have the resources, but I will keep voting with my wallet.
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