Anonymous asked: What happens if, after you release the new OSFC, there's still bugs/half-baked features that need to be ironed out or improved upon? Will there be a kickstarter Round 2? It just seems inevitable that once the general public gets their hands on it (particularly the type of person who WOULDNT want to be in a beta test), more bugs will become immediately apparent. Also will there be automatic update notifications so people know when things have been resolved?
An automatic software updater is planned. If there are problems that will inevitably be found if the user base increases, we’ll take care of them, and we won’t need another Kickstarter.
Also, this client has had a good deal of work done on it, and I think that makes it a stronger client than if we were starting from scratch.
If I want this to community continue, it is in MY best interest to keep the client(s) functioning as best as possible. Otherwise it will be impossible to get anyone outside of the current community to give it a shot and it will wither away. I’d like to have something to show for all this work years from now.
Classical pianist and YouTube sensation Yuja Wang is making her Celebrity Series of Boston debut on Friday night, and there is some debate in the classical world about whether or not the dresses she wears make for proper attire.
What do you think? Should it matter what a classical pianist wears while performing?
Plays Sergei Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3, aka Rach 3, one of the most difficult songs to play in the world, the notes on the sheet music is described as being so dense it looks like a phonebook.
World shits itself because of what she’s wearing.
The world would rip a woman to shreds over her socks before daring to acknowledge her accomplishments.
sometimes I forget that Americans have to pay for university upfront like what the fuck is that are u guys ok
No we’re not okay.
We’re not okay at all.
I recently re-found a box of chocolates I got at the discount candy warehouse. They were still really good, but I got a surprise when I bit into one of them. The box clearly said “Raspberry,” and it was in the magenta foil wrapper with the raspberry sticker and in a single-type box among another dozen raspberry dark chocolate cordials. It looked exactly the same from the outside…complete with little molded embossed raspberry. But it was full of caramel.
And you know, I don’t know a single damned person who would insist that because of the box it had been purchased in, the color of the foil, the sticker that had been put on it (undoubtably by a professional candymaker), the ingredients list, the mold that had been used, or the word on the label that it was “actually,” “really” a raspberry cordial. In fact, most people would look at me like I was crazy and say “um, if there’s caramel inside, it’s a caramel, this ain’t rocket science.”
Why can’t it be this common sense with trans* people?
I like this, but people who can’t accept trans* people will simply see the caramel as analogous to a person’s genitals.
Hey, tumblrinos. I was going through my sock drawer the other day and found this - as near as I can remember I got it from some dude who tried to lure me into his car when I was eight. Anyway I forgot about it and now it’s way too late to go to high school and anyway I grew up to have ham hands which I think disqualifies me from being any kind of chosen one at all
It may be too late for me but there’s a world of psychodramatic rigamarole in store for you if you got appropriate fingers. I’m pretty sure it’s a size eight. First one to ask gets it.
feralarmageddons asked: In the Open Source Fandom Chat backer survey, what do you mean by the last question 'what's that best option? 1, 2, 3, or 4'?
The only limit is your imagination…
Jon Snow interviews Charlie Brooker on Channel 4 News [x]
YOU KNOW NOTHING, JON SNOW
reblogging for jersh
do yourself a favor and watch the full video
of all the random fucking things to write into the earth to be seen from satellite
…these are for children.
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