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Playing Rusted Warfare

As an RTS enthusiast, I’ve immersed myself in Rusted Warfare by a developer named Luke, appreciating its good graphics, modding system, and community-driven updates, reminiscent of classic games like Total Annihilation.

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My favorite free and open source software

A list of my favorite FLOSS programs for the PC (mostly) divided into several categories.

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Twisted Vase in OpenSCAD

In this blog post I’ll continue a previous post about polyhedron in OpenSCAD. Now we create something more exiting, a twisted vase.

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When to use Friendica over Mastodon

When my Mastodon instance was down I took another shot at Friendica. Here are my thoughts about it.


Compress videos with FFmpeg

Comparing compression results of a video using FFmpeg.

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Lithophane creator for 3d printing

Create a lithophane from your own photo using the Customizer of OpenSCAD.

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To improve Funkwhale

Funkwhale is a social platform to enjoy and share music. As part of the Fediverse Funkwhale is not only an audio server and player, it aspires to be a place for socializing around music and discovering new content. Below are some tips for the developers to improve Funkwhale.

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A curved 3d printed lithophane in OpenSCAD

Creating a 3d printable lithophane in OpenSCAD is relatively easy. But in this post we use a trick to create a curved lithophane.

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Peddle wheel boat (3D printed)

I found an example on Thingiverse, a rubber band powered boat with two peddle wheels, but it has two problems. First of all the author only provides .stl files and second the design is a bit flawed. I therefore decided to design the boat from scratch with the 3d CAD program OpenSCAD. With OpenSCAD I’m […]

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Peeling the onion

Moving to Free and Open Source on the PC can be a very daunting task for someone that is used to a proprietary system. This is how I did it.