22-mile mountain bike trip for the cycling merit badge.
Started working on a projects page for my personal site!
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I finally finished my Eagle Project! it took a total of 5 work days for around 3-6 hours each with help from some other scouts in my troop. When I started I was worried I wasn't going to finish it in time for the fair starting on the 18th of June but it went way faster than I expected!
The project was rebuilding and cleaning up the old planter for the local county fairgrounds. I've attached a few pictures of the stages and you can see how worn down it looked at first. All of the materials were directly donated except for the gravel for drainage behind the wall.
• The bricks were donated by two families who no longer wanted them. We just had to go remove them from their yards.
• The mulch was donated by a local recycling/landscaping company who wanted to help out and have their sign displayed for the fair.
• The new plants were donated by the master gardeners at the nearby Purdue Extension building. They needed to clear some space in their own garden, so they donated some plants they didn't need anymore.
Overall the project went much quicker and smoother than I expected it to. I'm really excited with how nice it turned out! All the plants are perennials, so it should look even better in the years to come!
I started working on a new personal website! I think it already looks much better than my old one. I still need to add some things like links and projects but it is going well so far.
Finished my first two work days for my Eagle Project! Not very many people showed up to help since it is a holiday weekend, but we still got way more done than I expected. We removed the old railroad ties that were already there, dug a trench around the planter, poured a bunch of gravel, and put down around 200 bricks. Now that the outside of the planter is done, I think we will only need a couple more work days to clean up the dirt, remove rocks, and plant some new plants! I'm really excited with how nice it looks so far!
The pictures should be in order of time as long as slack uploads them correctly.
Started working on my Eagle project! We went and picked up bricks from a neighbor’s backyard that they didn’t want anymore. We dropped them off at the county fair so we can start building the planter next weekend!
Setup local SSL with traefik and Let's Encrypt so I can now use https:// for all of my local services!
Hello again! I shipped the initial release of p5_commander last month, but I have now added some more features!
• Live reloading with p5 dev
• p5 typing and documentation with @types/p5 and jsconfig
• A favicon (probably not the final design)
• Comments in my code :blurryeyes:
If you already have installed it, just run git pull in the repo. If not, follow the instructions in the README! You will probably need to recreate your existing collections due some of the new features.
If you find any bugs or have any suggestions, please let me know in the GitHub issues or my personal channel #jeffreys-corgi-box.
Got minnie.dog and set up a basic site.
It also has a basic api that will give you a url to a random image!
Setup pihole on my raspberry pi for pi day!
If you find any bugs or have any suggestions, please let me know. p5commander is my first actual public/open source project that I got to a working state, so I probably made some mistakes.