dnd 5e – What are the requirements for a sorcerer to successfully copy a spell from a scroll into his spellbook?

The requirements are money, time, and an Arcana check, as well as a scroll with a first level spell or higher.

Due to Specific Beats General (PHB 7), the wizard must perform an additional Arcana check (the modifier is Int) with a DC spell level of 10+ added in addition to the normal cost (DMG 200-201).

The normal costs are described in PHB (114).

So all you have to do is pay 50gp / magic level, take 2 hours / magic level, and create an Arcana DC 10+ magic layer.

Regardless of whether the Arcana exam was successful or not, the scroll is consumed.

Javascript – What are the requirements and use cases for a technical front-end architecture?

I'm basically new to creating architectural materials and am now being asked to create a "technical front-end architecture". My understanding of this term, however, is that I have to list all the tools I'm going to use to create a front end of the site. I do not know if I'm on the right track, but I'm totally lost.

Do you have suggestions or articles to find out what you can expect in this process of creating the Front-End Technical Architecture?

Privacy – What are the legal requirements for saving country details from visitors to my site? (calculated from their IP addresses)

I wanted to add the country to the people who left a review on a website, but I wondered how it was related to privacy laws. I have studied this topic in detail, but there were no concrete answers.

Does anyone know if I can save the country data of people who leave a rating? Which rules apply to different locations, eg. Eg Europe and America?

Sample data:

Evaluation of Table Headings | Comment | createdOn | country of origin
Table Series 5 "Hello" 00-00-0000 Netherlands

axure – How do I specify product requirements with Confluence and Sketch?

My team is currently working with Sketch, Invision, Axure, Word and Confluence to share the product requirements.

Our current workflow is designing with Sketch, inserting artboards in Axure, adding hotspots with notes, and exporting to Axshare and Word.

It's a bit complex and demanding. We want to simplify this process.

Our company is increasingly relying on Confluence. We'd like to share new product requirements for Confluence with sketch artboards and comment on specific components.
We tried to export sketch artboards to Invision, annotate them in Invision, and integrate them into iffluores in Confluence. However, we need to be able to export Confluence pages to Word / PDF. IFrames are not exported, so …

Does anyone know how to specify requirements with Confluence and Sketch and export them with comments on components, as Axure does with its hotspots?

Use of OOP for different requirements

I've been trying to develop games for some time, but even if I'm doing a very simple one, I've always come across a problem concepts in my code.

For example, I have a projectile class in my code that serves as a superclass for a bullet class and a missile class. All my projectiles are in a list, and I want to be able to go through the list and update all the projectiles. However, I want the Missiles class to follow the player, which means I have to specify the player's position to update it.

I could also save a pointer to the player in the Missile class, but that gets messy quickly, and since the game is very simple, I do not want to use ECS. What solutions are there for that?

Hosting – How do I calculate the hardware requirements of a Video Center website?

I like creating a website like youtube, which I estimate 1M users will sign up for 100 million for the first month. But do not know how to calculate the hardware and number of users needed for this website?

I also have a plan to reach 30M users and 10M viewers per day at the end of the first year.

Is there a formula to make a rough estimate of the hardware requirements?

mojave – Requirements for restoring a Time Machine backup from a sparse bundle?

I have a Time Machine Sparsebundle backup on an NTFS volume on a USB drive. When I tried to restore it, I connected it and the volume was read-only, but I could not mount the sparse bundle, and the Migration Assistant did not offer it as a restore source.

After I copied the sparsebundle to a read-write HFS + disk (on a USB drive), I was offered the option to restore it, which led to my question.

What are the requirements to be able to recover from a sparse bundle? Is the included volume writable or something else?


I am making my backups via SMB, so I want a file system that is stored on Linux (ie I can not use HFS +) and from which I can restore it if it is used as a USB drive (so far no NTFS). I know paid drivers for NTFS on macOS, but I'm looking for a free solution for Mojave.

The ntfs-3g project appeared to be judging by its Web site, and the install / compile instructions seemed to be missing and outdated (packages from 2015 vs. the latest release from 2017).

Linux – Module requirements (Python) error from cron

Develop a Python script to execute POST / GET requests to a remote server using the Requests module. The script executes successfully by calling it from the command line, ie, manually, in the foreground. However, when the task is programmed on the cron, the script executes, but when the POST request line is reached, the following error is generated:

Traceback (last call last):
File "module_download_generic.py", line 241, in 
download_file (& # 39; 20190427 & # 39 ;, & # 39; all & # 39;)
File "module_download_generic.py", line 41, in download_file
answer = request.post (url, data = json.dumps (args), header = header)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/api.py", line 116, in post
Return request (& # 39; post & # 39 ;, url, data = data, json = json, ** kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/api.py", line 60, in request
return session.request (method = method, url = url, ** kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/sessions.py", line 533, in
resp = self.send (prep, ** send_kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/sessions.py", line 646, in
r = adapter.send (request, ** kwargs)
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/adapters.py", line 516, in
Increase ConnectionError (e, request = request)
HTTPSConnectionPool (host = # ws.nperf.com # 39; port = 443): Maximum number of retries exceeded
with URL: / cloudV1 / getFile (caused by
NewConnectionError (& # 39;: Error Creating a New Connection: [Errno -2] Name or
Service not known & # 39 ;,))

Do I have to configure something in the cron to run the Python Requests module? What could be the cause?

The line executing the task in cron is as follows:

00 05 * * * python /home/scripts/generic/module_download_generic.py