Spritely's Goblins and How They're Gonna Steal the Futurearcades.agency/goblins.html
NEW BLOG POST!
I go into a code demo of a cool framework for capability-based asynchronous things! Spritely's Goblins is amazing. The post is the longest one yet!
Worked on a relation organizing tool for my internship!
schmexy c89 code!
omg omg i love embedded systems. here’s my arduino mega and pico transmitting data over a custom protocol I designed!
Today I have a stupid ship. Voilá FizzBuzz, my favorite problem, in gForth! Forth is one of my favorite languages, as it’s stack based and I love stacks. I also am shipping a terrible python implementation of Forth! It doesnt support much, but if you make something cool message me!
My Forth: replit.com/@arbee/Forth
Hai! I am here to ship the notification system of the future! git.sr.ht/~arcade/notification-center Is a project I have been creating to make use of my old kindle. It is a “notification aggregator” of sorts, it pulls from my mac and my mastodon and uses a custom deduplication database middleware!
Oh my god, I finnaly got email working with migadu, mstmp, mbsync, and neomutt! Y'all please email at email@example.com I need to actually use this ;-;
HELLO I AM BACK WITH A 🚢 ITS COOL YALL WANNA SEE???
Introducing: Dialect! A programming language for people who want to not actually write functional :haskell: code but wanna feel like it. Wanna install the compiler? Run 💻 npm i -g dialect-lang and you can use dialup, the dialect compiler! OR visit raleighwi.se/dialect and run it in your browser :chrome:! You can write webapps with it, or just write code. It compiles down to :js: and I've built a basic stdlib. Feel free to ask questions on how to use it here :) Oh and also here's the source: github.com/l3gacyb3ta/dialect
AM BACK Y'ALL AND I HAVE A TON OF STUFF LIKE THIS IM LEARNIN HASKELL
🚢 Micro-ship time!
My family just got a new TV, and it has Samsung TV, so we wanted to remember the channels. And me, being a hacker, over-engineered a solution! Presenting: tv.raleighwi.se, it uses Next.js, with a JSON file for info, and blocks.css for prettyness.
Now I can video call from my TV!
🚢 Large freight ship coming in! (For me)
Monis is a hyper-fast (sub 25ms for 100 pages!) lightweight Static Site Generator (SSG) written entirely in Crystal!
It supports custom jinja2 themes, as well as static files, and dynamic frontmatter (any parameters in the frontmatter get passed through to the jinja template).
It has generated it's own docs, hosted using GitHub pages. Check it out on gh: github.com/l3gacyb3ta/monis and checkout it's own docs, generated using it! raleighwi.se/monis
For legal reasons I am not installing windows 11.
Custom SSG is working! Yay
Yay for art! I spent so long on this. Its all my favorite things
I made ubuntu look like macos!
I got metadata for my offline music! I love FOSS, its so pretty and functional.
Pretty blender render
I got portainer, gitea and a postgressql server running on my pi! All very easy to use.
I don't know why, but now I'm gerrymandering Georgia!
Do you need a ToS? Do you not have any idea of how to write one? Well, ToSAI is here to help! ToS AI automagically generates a plausible-looking ToS using the power of RNNs! Here's a demo:
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CaaS is my latest project. I used it to learn api routes in nextjs! CaaS uses files I generated in python to efficently crack unsalted sha1/sha256 hashes. Image is unrelated, but hilarious
I just got vaccinated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yay, the assembler is working!
I jailbroke my iPhone! It looks nice now.
I made a spotify cli widget thing!
Pretty spotify card for my website, beat you to it @matthew! It's a bit finicky but it works. I have a flask api acting as an itermidiarie between spotify and my website.
Not very code-y, but I did a 80 lbs push press today which is a PR! (Personal Record, in CrossFit lingo) Here's what one of those looks like!I'm working on a spotify widget for my website, and so far there are some bugs...
Yay for solder
I feel bad for my roomba
Tada! New fonts are here.
Mobile's looking good, and we have auto theme detection!
I wanted to see every hackclub website link, so I wrote a webcrawler! Here it is running.
I got my sidebar organized, finally!
I made a new cli for doggo.ninja! It's not the best yet, but here it is. (It's better than the bash script) github.com/l3gacyb3ta/corgi
Annnnd it's working! This was worth it!
Finally bit the bullet and bought a nice domain! Should be live in a few hours!Not very code-y but I cleaned my doogers! They're sun drying rn.
I love notion. This makes organizing my notes so much easier! I'm really happy that I got pro.
Thanks @TEDVortex for some pointers! I've got a better version of my site up now!
Since when is gamedev fun? I love godot!
Just helped solve an issue with scrappy! Thought the best way to celebrate would be a scrappy post.
Scrappy has given out their bitcoin info!
I've made some update to my website to make myself look a bit more professional. We've got a new projects page, and hopefully I'll be added to the webring soon! Also retooled "I do computer stuff" into something more informational.
A magical extension that adds an explain button to xkcd. I made this a while ago, but though I should share it with y'all, considering this is probably the demographic for xkcd. github.com/l3gacyb3ta/xkcd-explain-button.
I was looking at the scrapbook About page, and noticed there was a widget for your streak, but not the most recent post. So I went "Well I'm a developer, I can do this!" And here it is! It's still relatively in beta, and I've got a bunch of changes planed, but it works! Feel free to contribute: github.com/l3gacyb3ta/scrapbook-widget
Scrapbook lookin fiiiine.
Made my github profile all fancy! Gotta love open source and the ability to just fork @WilliamLane’s profile.
I finaly got my blog running on hugo! After 2 and a half hours of trouble-shooting and configuring and automating it's working! I also have it running on a custom domain, so check out l3gacy.tk to see it! I'm really proud of this, so I thought I'd share it.
Learning a new language! I have fallen in love with Crystal!