@kensanata i loved the latest podcast episode. I'm going to be sad when you're done but I'm enjoying it now.
I still think this is the most useful python library I've ever made and I'm kind of sad it hasn't found its audience (probably because I need to make more compelling examples) https://github.com/aparrish/simpleneighbors
(it's a simplified wrapper for approximate nearest neighbor lookups that obviates the need to use or even think about e.g. annoy or scipy.kdtree)
@kensanata i wanted to let you know that my partner heard me talking about your ‘rule of cool’ encumbrance rule and she is using it in a 5E game that she’s running for her fellow students. Apparently it’s a big hit ☺️
Finally got the blocked login for G+ that says it's no longer available for consumers, blah.
I feel weird about it - I had an account since 2012, and used it heavily for a while. I don't miss the bullshit or much of the recent content at all, but damn if something getting shut off after 6 years of use doesn't leave a hole.
Darkvision / infravision comes to mice: https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(19)30101-1
I have just uploaded my Anki deck (a flashcard deck for a memorisation program) for the Circle of fifths. It "asks" for a key, and the answer is the number of sharps/flats and the relative minor key. It shows the Wikipedia image for the circle of fifths on every answer:
Feel free to boost for reach 😁 Anki is pretty great, so even if you're not already using it, maybe you should! https://apps.ankiweb.net/
@kensanata I am toying with the idea of setting up Oddmuse for myself; do you know if it plays well with nginx?
I'm still not sure what I think of 5E D&D, particularly organized play via Adventurer's League.
I just agreed to take over the AL administrative duties at my local game store, even with my ambivalence toward the rules.
Oh well, it gets me out of the house for something other than work.
@kensanata Well that solves that - it looks like Ulisses is offering a PDF version of the original on DTRPG as PWYW.
I'm trying to find a relatively easy to work with TUI for perl, python, or ruby. I want to write a program to help me manage the 5E adventure league games that I'm running now.
The main feature I'm looking for is an easily accessible screen. I've found a couple in python that look promising but I'd like to hear from folks what they have used and like.
#rpg #python #perl #ruby
you know, I love mastodon but i am kind of annoyed w/ the upgrade process atm. Had to use ruby 2.5.1 because while rbenv installed 2.5.3 it didn't build bundle, and then I spent like 20 minutes trying to find the .ruby-version file after passing over it twice in the directory listing.
Finally, asset compilation failed with the message 'Compilation Failed: ' and no reason given.
It's not like I'm running it on some obscure platform - it's fucking Ubuntu and a non-docker install.
I figure I'll give this a shot - maybe it'll turn into something workable, and if not *shrugs*
Tabletop gamer and *nix aficionado. UTC -5 timezone, and down for online games if you've got the room. English primary w/ very sketchy German language.
This Mastodon instance is primarily RPG-focused. Like everything in life, however, there aren't always clear-cut lines and things tend to get blurred. Weapon vs. AC (this server) is currently invite-only.