hello from a very excited and totally blind python programmer and game player
amirouche.boubekki at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 14:33:07 EDT 2018
Le mar. 24 juil. 2018 à 22:10, Daniel Perry <karate at centurylink.net> a
> Hi there everyone, my name is Daniel Perry
> and I'm a totally blind new Python user.
> I've only just recently started picking up python and playing with it and
> I intend on building some unique audio computer games for the blind.
That. Is. An. Adventure. If you plan on a multi touch experience I
recommend you look into #kivy and #python especially on freenode IRC
> Such things mostly as simulation games like farming, building type games
> and even eventually a virtual world built completely with audio but
> building it in such a way that both we as totally blind colonists can live
> inside of it but also that our fully sighted counterparts could live here
> as well and not need any sort of guidance from the other group. That is,
> the blind would not need any help from our sighted counterparts and you in
> turn would not need any guidance from us as to how to live in the world or
> grow in it.
Well, that reads like an real adventure here. I've listening to books and
while it's different, you still enjoy the story, so maybe I can enjoy a
game made of sounds.
> Of course this virtual world idea is down the road, I've got other game
> ideas first of all but I would eventually like to get to the point I've
> just described above.
At some point, you might stop at the point where it pays the bills!
> Preferably building my own server on which to park not only my virtual
> world and games but also my web site that I would most likely need to put
> these items up to be downloaded.
I attach a small program that does render jinja2 templates and markdown, I
hope you like it.
> Also, When I opened up the first message that I had gotten from this list,
> I got a prompt hat popped up asking if I wanted to make windows live mail
> my default news client and I answered no. From that point on, I've been
> getting an error message and the message would not open. How must I fix
> this? or am I able to correct this situation. Have a wonderful day and I
> look forward to hearing from you soon.
That's a nast3 behavior.
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