Hi,

for the last few days I had been working on a more mobile friendly
view of our Wikis and Forums. These have just been deployed. Here is
what changed:

While it's not perfect on small screens it should at least be way more
readable on your mobile phones. Let me know of any issues though.

Wiki:
* Updated to MediaWiki 1.29.1
* Removed our fork of the MonoBook skin
* Introduce a new "ArchLinux" extension which injects some styles and
our navigation bar independent of the skin. This was quite a lot of
work to figure out, but future updates should be way easier now.
* The default skin is Vector; MonoBook is still available and can be
enabled in your personal settings
* The MobileFrontend extension has been removed (So we have a branded
view for mobile as well)
* PR see https://github.com/archlinux/archwiki/pull/9/files

Forums:
* Created a github repo at https://github.com/archlinux/archbbs
* PR at https://github.com/archlinux/archbbs/pull/1
* Some docker compose configuration to simplify development (similar
to the on in the wiki)

In addition to this I have been working on a re-implementation of
https://www.archlinux.de. Part of this is a new more mobile friendly
design. Especially the navigation which moves the menu entries into a
so called Hamburger menu on smaller screens is still missing from the
implementation mentioned above.

I plan to extract these "somehow" so we can use a common navigation in
all our websites. At least a generated snippet we can copy into our
projects.

Greetings,

Pierre

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Finally we have released our first pre-alpha version of our newly project Till Dawn. Till Dawn is a VR zombie survival shooter. Tested with the HTC Vive, but the Oculus Rift is also supported, but untested.
You can download the game on the game page at itch.io or at gamejolt and you will also find all information about the game on these pages. At the moment, it's for free but you can donate as much as you want to support us.
So grab a free copy, connect your HTC Vive, play it and let us know what you think about it. Feedback is always welcome, so if you have some ideas for the game then let us know. But remember it's under development right now, so make sure to read the description and the known issues.
Here are some screenshots of the game, but to get a better impression you have to play it.



It's only available for Windows right now, because SteamVR and Unity3D under Linux is a little bit more complicated. Sorry to all Linux gamers out there, but as soon as it is supported without errors, we will release it for Linux, too.
If you like the game then share the information, tweet about it (don't forget to mention @devplayrepeat), make a blog post or just tell your friends. To follow the development make sure that you regularly check the itch.io page of the game because we will post news there.

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