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In compliance with recently passed regulations banana.dog is updating its policies.
- All toots will now be encrypted using a sophisticated form of pig latin
- Any European users must buy a MAGA hat so that in the event of a raid we can pretend you are all American
- Email addresses can longer be stored so instead we require a fax number going forward instead
- I have updated the name column in Postgres to just be Bob. Everyone is bob now so I have no way to distinguish you
Hey yo. You all should watch #InfernoCop .
It's less than an hour long, on YouTube and it's a Studio Trigger thing.
Also the main character has a fucking flaming skull and the entire thing is animated like it's someones first attempt with Windows Movie Maker.
Just to follow-up -> I don't think that if you collect rare stuff you are bad per se.
In this case, the cabinets themselves should provide the value for a collector. Like, it doesn't matter how nice the case I'll build around a MAME box is (for example), it's not the original.
That should be the value.
Hoarding the copies of the game and making sure no ROM of it gets out there runs contrary to any and all preservation issues.
I see counterarguments exist that more or less say "if the ROM gets dumped, it loses value", but... the funny part of that is: I don't care.
Preservation of cultural expressions is much more important than making money from it.
For the record, if you are someone who collects and hoards things like this, I honestly hope that every single technician you hire makes copies of that stuff.
This stuff runs contrary to any remote idea of "preservation", _especially_ if it's rare material.
Btw, can I just say that e621s "hotwo:sites_and_sources" page is really good!
A case of very good collaboration on how to get high res images from the internet.
e926 (SFW) link: https://e926.net/wiki/show/howto:sites_and_sources
To close this one off, I know documentation is hard (in fact, I hate documentation myself, go figure!)
That said, even if you just give me the list of every parameter that's valid at an API endpoint, that already saves me soooo much time. I can test the output with something like http-prompt in such a situation and get the rest from it myself, but at the very least provide this basic thing.
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So this is a tip for all you webdevs out there:
- Provide your API in JSON. XML gives me 20 ways and more to get my data and it's a pain to figure out how to do so in ETree. Contrast JSON which I can parse to a dict in a single command. (Faulty: Paheal)
- If you're gonna do pagination, report back how many pages or at the very least how many resources there are on a page and the total resource count (Faulty: Nhentais old API)
- Finally, DOCUMENT YOUR API SPEC! While usually I can figure out a lot from a list of endpoints, a proper API spec tells me everything I can expect and need to know for a project. (Faulty: Too fucking many to count.)
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Oh fuck people follow me? Okay, CWs for heavy stuff or NSFW thingies.
It's like Twitter but you can like host it yourself n crap. This instance will probably contain high dosages of weeb. TO GET APPROVED, READ THE ABOUT PAGE!