Since my mention earlier about Open Street Maps "not quite being there yet," I've made an account and begun contributing. Updated some location hours, corrected some location descriptions, and just added a local brewery location.
Feels good to help! I've never gotten involved in like, wikipedia or anything like that, but this is something I feel like I can actually offer help to.
Finally found Fruux to replace Google Calendar for me, getting me off one one more google service.
My progress so far:
* Chrome -> Firefox
* Google -> DuckDuckGo
* Gmail -> ProtonMail
* Google Music -> Plex
* Google Drive -> Sync
* Google Docs -> LibreOffice (with Sync for sync)
* Google Keep -> Standard Notes
* Google Calendar -> Fruux
Still on Android and still using Google Maps to find info like business hours. I wish OSM were there, but its just not.
Spinning up a Plex server has been the most fun I've had tinkering with things in a long, long time. I discovered it during my back pain issue (getting better!) so it was nice to have something to play with. Pulled out an old gaming rig with 2.5tb of SSD space on it and getting it seeded with music, tv, movies, etc. Excited to have my friends join in and pool some stuff together.
Big ol gungeon booth at #PAXEast
Random puddle generation #gamedev
I just posted a call for a voice actor for my main game project:
The goal for any of my tabletop tools will be to get you your info and get out of your way. Anything else would be taking away from enjoying your time playing with your friends.
And it's not just electronics that are to blame. Spell cards exist because looking up spells in the book causes a TON of wasted time over the course of a session. I'm here to adventure, fight and bamboozle, not to scan through a book index. #tabletop
I'd like to expand on my D&D spell quick lookup to be an all-things-5e lookup. I used just the spell portion of it while DMing, then playing this weekend, and it was a stark difference from any of the other tools I've tried.
I'd like to say "alright, I want to grapple," then be able to just type out "grap" and see the rules for grappling, while my wizard can type "mage h" and get the Mage Hand spell info.
Also, keep it minimal, lightweight, and PWA support.
For now, https://spell-dictionary.mjb.sh/