It’s just Spike Rush, but I am very happy about this win.
I like this updated loading screen with all characters in a team.
Also for some reason, Gauntlet Showdown never worked for me. It loads the main show instead.
I have been playing this fantastic game called Among Us in the last few months. It’s a game of deception, where there are two parties working on two tasks.
- Crewmates, who are in charge of completing tasks on the spaceship. Finish all tasks, and you win.
- Impostors, those who fake to be crewmates, but are actually sabotaging actual crewmates’ progress, or attempt killing them. When impostors lead crewmates by one member, they win.
It’s available across iOS, Android and PC/Steam. I mostly play with my friends, but online matches are not that bad either.
Look at this shiny new badge on my GitHub profile!
Calypso was probably the first OSS project that I contributed to. I am super grateful for all the feedback that I have received through the years, even though they were minor changes like CSS and copy.
If you haven’t starting contributing to OSS yet, start today! Maintainers are always happy to help. 💛
You can read more about GitHub’s archival program here.
The blog you’re reading at the moment was originally a Tumblr site. I moved it to WordPress when I joined Automattic. That was two years ago.
I was curious to see what has changed recently. Tumblr is very different from what I knew two years ago. I think I’m enjoying the experience so far.
The current blog will continue to exist as my primary site.
Apple announced encrypted DNS (DOH and DOT) for iOS! This is by far my most favorite announcement at WWDC 2020.
Right now, my DNS provider, NextDNS app for iOS, implements their feature as a VPN tunnel, which makes it impossible to use another commercial VPN like NordVPN/Mullvad at the same time.
A similar limitation applies to Cloudflare’s 220.127.116.11 app.
However, with the new encrypted DNS model that Apple is announcing, it looks like NextDNS can be used in conjunction with the other active VPN tunnels.
Their approach is great, covers all bases.— Jer Warren (@nyquildotorg) June 24, 2020
Someone like Firefox can ship a build that uses their CloudFlare partnership.
Someone like CloudFlare can ship an app the makes the entire system use their service.
IT departments can allow their internal domains to work.
I have reached out to the NextDNS developers to hear their thoughts. Future looks exciting for iOS!
I found an interesting Telegram bot last night: Signal Sticker bot helps you convert Telegram stickers to Signal. It’s as easy as it can get:
New bot alert!
- Initiate a chat with the bot.
- Send a sticker, one that’s not animated.
- Wait for the bot to generate a Signal-specific sticker pack link.
- Click on it to install the pack on your Signal.
It’s that easy to move your Telegram stickers to Signal. I found another project (SignalApngSticker) that aims to move animated stickers as well, but I haven’t tried that yet. There’s an ongoing discussion about it on the Signal community forums as well: Animated sticker conversion tool tgs (Telegram) -> apng (Signal).
I received GitHub.com new design for repositories and I like it! 💯 🚀
Particularly like the latest release section on the right sidebar. I do WooCommerce support as well, and part of my job often involves downloading the latest copy of the plugin. It must be easier with this prominent placement on the right sidebar.
As I understand, this is not available for everyone yet. This is a feature preview that you can sign up for.
I generally do not like DHH’s tweets, but this case is a bit different.
Wow. I’m literally stunned. Apple just doubled down on their rejection of HEY’s ability to provide bug fixes and new features, unless we submit to their outrageous demand of 15-30% of our revenue. Even worse: We’re told that unless we comply, they’ll REMOVE THE APP.— DHH (@dhh) June 16, 2020
Monopolies mustn’t be allowed. Apple can crush software makers, small or big, just like that. On a closed platform like iOS, software makers are pretty much at the mercy of Apple.
I am glad to see DHH voicing Basecamp’s concerns in the public. Members from the EU antitrust division are looking into this issue, other companies are sharing their stories as well, and in the event something positive comes out of this, it’s not just Basecamp that would benefit.
It’d be all software developers publishing to the App Store.