You are doing a great and *useful* job!
¹ if you're not in the mood for chocolate it will turn magically into whatever virtual comfort food you want
P.S. this is not restricted to any episode / project you may be thinking about.
so, if I understand it correctly, I can pay “starting from” 2.5 €/month so that HP can track when I use the printer and sell me ink whenever they decide I need it.
Sounds like a great deal… not
Non piace a Fabio.
I had enough sweatshirting for a matching skirt, with applied pockets, using the circle_fraction_skirt pattern (on my git repository.
I had pockets on the hoodie and the skirt, but they aren't very big (and knits aren't great at carrying weight), so I added zippers to both seams so that I can access my pockets, so that I can have the “privilege of not lending” my scissors :D
And then today was a great day to wear it while on the couch (not pictured: warm blanket, book)
I only need to be careful not to wear this while playing munchkin steampunk in case those things count as toy cats for the mousetrap level 2 monster (“+1 for each living or toy cat you can see in the room when this card is turned up”. I wouldn't see my own clothing (riiight?), but other players would, and I suspect that they wouldn't be happy :D )
Piace a Charles Stanhope.
The Pepper and Carrot #freeCulture #boardGame from https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1898956467/pepper-and-carrot-board-game , including most expansions.
Looking forwards to playing it!
I've been planning to try and package it for debian for a long time, but ended up spending my #sewing time on sewing-in-a-hurry instead of working on the tools, so I'm quite happy that somebody else had time to do it.
The first ebook I read on it was the one with all of the licenses for the free software it is running :D (ok, for values of “read” where I actually read the list of software, not really the licensing terms, as I think they were all standard licenses).
(and then I did the normal thing and loaded the backlog of DRM-free fiction ebooks I bought on various *bundle, and started reading one)
And then today I had an idea on how to implement a feature that I was having issues implementing…
(When I say “released” and 0.2 I really mean it: I've been using it for two years, and it's still not fit for human consumption)