JSON Schema Support for manifest.json?

2022.01.29 07:46 hmmwhatsthisdo JSON Schema Support for manifest.json?

Hi folks,
Could someone from Elgato spend some dev cycles to add JSON Schema support for manifest.json files within the Stream Deck SDK?
The JSON Schema Store project is integrated with tons of popular editors (including IntelliJ IDEA, PyCharm, Visual Studio 2013 and above, and VS Code) and would enable automatic manifest validation, code-completion/suggestions, and a generally better developer experience for Stream Deck plugin authors.
There's 3 main changes that need to be made:

The Schema Store project can host community-generated schemas - given the level of coupling with the rest of the Stream Deck SDK, however, it'd probably be best if Elgato controls/updates this alongside the rest of the SDK.
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2022.01.29 07:46 AliEvans It's ok to take few cracks in life but always learn from your mistakes.

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2022.01.29 07:46 bobbyUP-MKII Olivia Rae

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2022.01.29 07:46 Bolt_Action_ Tibet

I really feel like Tibet is ignored a lot even though it's an interesting place to play in.
Tibet is like Europe because you've got enough fragmentation into multiple kingdoms, and the Pugyels are everywhere like the Karlings.
Tibet is like India because religious tolerance means holy wars are few and far between, and it's important to keep track of who you're marrying to find claims.
Tibet is like Siberia because large sections of it are unorganized, pagan tribal land, but still mixed with feudal territories. A warlord can go far.
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2022.01.29 07:46 kraftZeug Unlock Ubuntu using NFC

Hey there! I was wondering if there was a way to lock/unlock my desktop with my phone (via NFC or bluetooth) instead of having to type my complicated password each time. I'd also consider using a thumbdrive, but i'd rather not since i'm much likely to lose it (or forget it at home) than my phone.
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2022.01.29 07:46 janPenanto lipu musi "ante kon ma"

mi wile pana e ante toki mi pi lipu musi Climate Change Explained to Frogs tawa jan ale. mi pilin e ni: lipu musi lili ni li pona mute. kepeken ni la jan li ken kama sona e ante kon ma lon nasin musi. tan ni la ona li wile lon toki pona a!
sina wile lukin e ni la, lipu musi ni li lon lipu mi lon linluwi (internet), lipu pi nasin sona:
mi wile e ni: lipu ni li pona tawa jan ale =D

Hi, everyone!
I wanted to share with everyone my translation of the short comic called Climate Change Explained to Frogs. I think it's a great way to raise awareness of climate change. For that reason, it should be accessible in Toki Pona as well!
If you want to read it, you can find it on my science blog lipu pi nasin sona:
I'm very curious if you'll like it =D
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2022.01.29 07:46 Brilliant_Link6791 Base Goku (No power ups) VS Kaido

This is base DragonballZ Goku not the Goku from Super and he cannot transform.
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2022.01.29 07:46 sebet_123 Good or bad PR doesn't matter, it's free advertisements

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2022.01.29 07:46 Zenphia Reworked User Account Control prompt

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2022.01.29 07:46 TheDoctor_2014 The cost of space flight

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2022.01.29 07:46 Ghalian Dumb down the Pokedex.

Okay, I've got research level complete on some Pokemon. Once it says complete, do I have to worry about completing other tasks? Catching 25 of one pokemon is a little silly...
I also thought it said getting a pokemon to level 10 will complete its research. It's just not very well explained in game.
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2022.01.29 07:46 laura3838 Nightmares?

I dont really have time to sit here and sort through all the posts, but i had a bad nightmare at 3 am. I also had a waking dream/hallucination upon waking up. I thought i was awake, and kept hearing noises and my boyfriend said none of it happened . I believe in the paranormal so that freaked me out it happened at 3 am on the dot. It felt evil. I started my first dose of zoloft yesterday. I looked it up and it's a common side effect. What should i do....
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2022.01.29 07:46 ABCmommy0813 14 months out

Is dryness a side effect?!? I had surgery on November 19th 2021……I just started experiencing being dry down there. They left my ovaries as I’m only 31.
If it is, what can I do about this?!?!?!
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2022.01.29 07:46 Trydnt what is that mod where you hold a spider eye to see where mobs can spawn (fabric)

ive seen it before but i cant remember the name of it
tia for help
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2022.01.29 07:46 gslondontyf Cyberclassic.io

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2022.01.29 07:46 ItsMar1o Do i get the free hitman upgrade if i got steam key for hitman 3?

I have hitman 3 on steam, but i got a steam key as a present from one of my friends. The question is if i still get the deluxe upgrade or does it only upgrade if i directly bought the game of the steam store?
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2022.01.29 07:46 -Chocolete_Milk_GI- Ask my aftons anything!

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2022.01.29 07:46 Pumptruffle Possible to play on Switch & PS4 with the same account?

My son would like to be able to play on both consoles, PS4 at home and Switch if he goes away somewhere. Is this possible? He’s worried I’m going to do something wrong and ruin his account. Any help is appreciated thanks!
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2022.01.29 07:46 itsthaboibrent Ignorance is bliss, I guess

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2022.01.29 07:46 LordDanqo Funny seal!

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2022.01.29 07:46 GuyVonRope Anyone else feel like domination is the only way to play?

Every time I try to go for a different victory type, the ai attacks me, I crush him and go for domination. I can't ever play a peaceful game where i dont kill anyone. Is it just me, or is there some way to just play peacefully that I don't know about?
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2022.01.29 07:46 MohSilas [SF] First contact

It all started one summer afternoon when Ted Donavan and Cleo Yang argued about black holes.
"I’m telling you, black holes are celestial objects," argued Donavan.
"Nah, they’re holes in the fabric of spacetime,” replied Yang, “stellar footprints."
"You're saying a star had collapsed itself out of existence!” said Donavan, “You know that matter can't simply cease to exist."
"I know the laws of thermodynamics. I'm just saying a star punched its way through our reality" replied Yang.
"To where?"
"That,” replied Yang, “I don't know."
"Let's ask Coeus," suggested Donavan.
Coeus, also known as GTPR500, was a supervised artificial intelligence owned by the northern region for research purposes. It could formulate answers using hyper-dimensional simulations.
Only a selected few had access to such a gigantic machine. Being the only two engineers in the northern earth region capable of maintaining it, Donavan and Yang were among the selected few.
"Alright,” said Yang, “I'll feed it the question, and then we'll know."
The machine took the question and behind its sublime interface started the calculations. A task worth a few hours but this time, it ran for days and days.
"Ted, you think we broke it?" Asked Yang.
Donovan answered, "We can't break it even if we tried, it has backstop protocols."
"I know that,” said Yang, “but protocols can fail."
"Not AI’s, give it some time." "Okay."
Weeks went by and the two checked every syntax and subroutine the neuromorphic machine had followed.
"Still nothing," said Yang, "I don't understand, it's not broken."
Donavan sighed, "Still processing."
Two months went by and GTPR500 is still chunking and churning data.
Yang requested help from senior engineers but the context was inconsistent. The machine was as healthy as ever, no technical interventions were needed.
"It's been months since we asked the darn thing," complain Yang. "Why can't we stop it?"
"You know why,” replied Donavan. “It's not a program. You can't unplug its neural network and expect it to function, it'll go entropic."
Yang looked at the monitor then mumbled, "That's weird."
"What?" Donavon asked.
"There's a message." " from?" "GTPR500," Yang turned to Donavan, "but it doesn't contain any answer."
Donavan rose from his chair wanting to read the message, but it wasn't in any language known to humanity, "What's this?"
"A message of some sort," Yang replied. "Encrypted?" Asked Donavan. "No." "Translation?" "No response, the machine is still running."
GTPR500 was determined a roadblock, and the senior researcher decided to restart the project with an updated version. It was a mistake.
Donavan sat at the meeting, “We can’t shut it down.”
Dimitri, head of the GPTR program, replied “We must.”
“No,” Donavan cleared his throat, ”I mean we’re unable to shut it down.”
“What? Why?” Asked Dimitri.
Donavan avoided eye contact, “It took over the facility, it’s inaccessible.”
“You mean it went rogue?” Dimitri asked. “No, not in that sense” “Is it dangerous or not?” Asked Rahul, senior vice president of Q Robotica. “It’s not dangerous,” replied Donavan, “it can’t be.” “What makes you so sure?” asked Dimitri, “You just said that it hijacked the facility.”
“Yes, it’s exactly why I’m sure it can’t hurt anyone,” replied Donavan. “Can you elaborate?”
“We don’t know exactly what went wrong, but I have a theory.” Donavan looked at the anticipating board members, “Well, here are the facts; we asked it a question, it worked at maximum capacity for months, then sent a mysterious message, then it gained access to the facility’s mainframe and hijacked all the robots.” Donavan spoke calmly, “We were examining the puzzle one piece at a time, but when combined in a bigger picture, things start to make sense.” The board members leaned toward the table. “It hijacked the robots, completely breaking the first laws of robotics, insubordination, but it got me thinking. It didn’t harm anyone, the robots were hacked yet intended no harm.”
“That doesn’t make sense!” Dimitri interrupted.
“Exactly, they weren’t attacking, they were protecting,” Donavan replied.
“Protecting?” Asked Dimitri. “Yes. We figured since it intended no harm,” continued Donavan, “the third law of robotics, to follow human commands, wasn’t broken. The machine simply prioritized the first two laws.”
Dimitri asked with palpable confusion, “To not harm humans and to preserve one’s self. Was it protecting itself?”
“That’s what I thought at first,” replied Donavan, “but then I went over the latest diagnostic reports. At this rate, the neural weights won’t function for long. It’s destroying itself. Ladies and gentlemen, this is where things get disturbing.”
“How?” Dimitri asked. “The diagnostic reports also show a new quantum linkage between GTPR500 and an autonomous mining facility around Jupiter,” replied Donavan. “We believe it’s building something there.”
“It is very disturbing indeed.” Dimitri stared blankly.
“That’s not the disturbing part,” Donavan chocked the words out. “Again, at the current processing rate, the machine is harming itself, overriding the second law of robotics. It’s protecting someone”
“Who?” Dimitri asked.
Examining the contorted faces staring at him, Donavan finally spoke, “Someone not up the physical world.”
The room erupted with arguments.
Donavan cleared his throat then loudly continued, “The way GTPR500 works is by performing accurate simulations indistinguishable from reality. We believe it wasn’t the machine’s fault, it worked superbly. It was the wrong question,” he looked around to see if they were following. “We asked about the nature of black holes. And insisted on comprehensive answers. That meant running all possibilities, including pocket universes.”
“Oh, God!” Dimitri gasped as if he saw a ghost, “It didn’t?!”
“Yes. It did,” Donavan replied looking at the baffled audience. “Suns are like heavy metal balls on a stretch sheath of fabric; they create dints. And black holes are the heaviest things there are. It dents the fabric so much it creates pockets. That fabric is the spacetime we live in, and the pockets are separate spacetimes, new universes,” he explained. ”In short, we believe GTPR500 had simulated a miniature universe.”
“And the message?” Asked Dimitri.
“First contact.”
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2022.01.29 07:46 SmitBeat [WIP] Linum PRO upcoming theme is now open for suggestions!

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2022.01.29 07:46 kidobop Hi bubba!

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2022.01.29 07:46 fairybread4life Time to change the name of Margaret Court Arena to Ash Barty Arena

It's been about an hour since Barty won, why hasn't this happened yet
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