I've been slowly converting my website to build with the plan 9 C compiler, and I finally got it to a point that I like. It's clean, and does away with the pcc compiler to only use plan9 stuff.
If I merge this, it will be VERY hard to go back to Linux, and that means that for the forseable future, my work environment will be plan9. I've been toying with the idea for a while, but I feel at this crossroad, I'll think it over tonight.
@sir that's why I call the current web of trust "web of mistrust". You don't trust anybody, only maths you don't understand.
Today I learnt about chromatic circles, it seems easy at first, but it's fucking not.
Made a simple color picker thing, implementing complementary colors now.
@stephen if someone likes more technical color theory I highly recommend the What The f* series hg2dc.com by troy
@neauoire I think I did something like that in glsl. It was some tan for the hue and a distance from the center for the saturation and a conversion from hsv to rgb.
@royniang @nf @csepp @neauoire I wouldn't have a problem with creating a larger grid with more people, eg sharing an auth. That's actually what I dream about somehow. Also I figured out a way to restrict cpu access to groups only and since groups etc handled in the fileserver we can define server areas restricted by group membership
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko