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Commented on Dear Lazyweb: 3D Graphing Software?
You could do it on very recent browsers using WebGL, though there's a fair amount of boilerplate to get through for what should be a simple task, because WebGL is based on OpenGL|ES 2.0 rather than OpenGL|ES 1.x, which...
Posted Investing in contributor docs to japhb
Like many projects, Plumage wants as many active contributors as it can get. In order to bring in new contributors, any project needs to do a few things:
- Get users interested in contributing (more on this another time)
- Let them know how to contribute …
- Posted A month of Plumage work to japhb
Posted Welcome, and say Hello to my friend Plumage to japhb
Stability seems to be coming to these shores, so I guess it's about time I created an account here and started posting. For a while at least, most of my posts will be about Plumage, for which I am the current lead developer.
Plumage is a c…
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