« Last post by Juju on November 13, 2018, 11:16:20 pm »
Yeah, sometime last year, motivation went rock bottom for both of us, that and it's kinda hard to choose the right software for our needs. On that case, we definitely need a restructuration by the start of 2019. Not a hard limit but it would be pretty cool to be done by then, as in moving everything to that new server and it's starting to get pretty expensive. We're open to any suggestion that would be better than anything we said
Also, the server in question we want to move to currently hosts 3 Minecraft servers and a Mastodon instance on calc.news
(which I encourage you to sign up on cause why not), it's a nice server with 32 GB RAM, enough disk space to breathe and it's only 10€, but it's the kind of company their tech support is pretty much their vice-president and it went down for 3 days cause we had a bug with it, the VM became a zombie and we had to migrate the VM to another host, so yeah. Hope it won't happen again and I do more offsite backups, they said they're gonna upgrade their installation of OpenVZ soon and it's gonna be very welcome. I mean, it's still on Linux 2.6.32 and Debian starts complaining about it.
« Last post by xlibman on November 13, 2018, 06:44:10 pm »
The problem is that not much work was done after I got PTSD and juju got a job (on top of multiple moves)
« Last post by gameblabla on November 13, 2018, 06:27:18 pm »
« Last post by xlibman on November 13, 2018, 04:44:17 pm »
In order to reduce costs, CodeWalrus website will shut down its DigitalOcean webspace on January 1st 2019 and everything located there will move to our second hosting provider, which already hosts both CW and WTFCity's Minecraft servers.
The website will also ditch Simplemachines forum software in the near future in favor of PhpBB3 or Discourse, depending of which is the most up to today's web standards by the time it happens.
New WIP:The Willing Duke I: Mine By Right 4:36
[SKETCH 01] (2018-11-12)
This one was actually one of the first songs I began writing for the album, and even though it's still not finished, I feel the structure is pretty much nailed down.
Updated WIPs:Cold Sweat 2:30
[SKETCH 01c] (2018-11-04)
Not much changes to report, other than a change in tempo. Oh and also it's all been written, even though this is stil a preview version of the Sketch. As is Innocence
(which has since been renamed to The Innocent Lies
), but again, only the preview version of the Sketch is listenable.
« Last post by xlibman on November 12, 2018, 07:29:14 pm »
Due to the whole Lévis/Super C fiasco, I lost almost my entire calculator and video game collection last Spring and pretty much everything else, so all I had left were a TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition, TI-84 Plus CE and a Casio PRIZM I couldn't locate until today. As it turns out, I actually brought the HP Prime with me as well during the emergency move to Quebec City, so it seems like I will finally be able to enjoy everything I have missed from the community in the last two years or so.
I dunno if it will charge up because it was at 0% when I found it. Hopefully it still works fine without being connected to the computer!
« Last post by mazhat on November 12, 2018, 07:28:52 pm »
I've got some Rogue  level generation going on now!
« Last post by xlibman on November 12, 2018, 03:51:43 am »
Although this is a lot of files, the fact it took up to two weeks to process them reminded me about how archeological the ticalc.org "admin panel" is. Although I have never seen it myself, I often heard that it was essentially command console-based.
« Last post by Travis on November 12, 2018, 03:46:26 am »
Somehow this sort of reminds me of one time during the first week of June 2011 where one person suddenly uploaded something like 300–400 files to ticalc.org, all at once and without warning.
We had to order an emergency evacuation I think it took me about a week or two to finish processing them. It turned out that over 2/3 of the files were actually duplicates, though, uploaded separately for each compatible calculator, because the uploader didn't know about requesting links. I finally emailed him and let him know about it so he wouldn't have to spend his life filling out three times more upload forms than he had to, haha. Fun times.
I can help if you want.