After 5 days of work, I finished my webchat! yes I know most of you could do thing in 15 minutes lmao thanks @Khushraj for the workshop that I based this off. Now I can say that I've got a pretty good understanding of websockets! Next time, i'll just use though I didn't want to just copy/paste this, so I tried to get a good understanding of what was actually happening. Even then, 90% of the time I was thinking "I'm sure there's a better way to do this". But, it works! Adding color themes, and user IDs next. I made this because discord is blocked, (My unblocker dosen't work on it), so I can message people in school Went for a fallout pip-boy style, but I might change that. Anyway, time to get to work on my pass-the-story Also: Why can't you have the link to the chat? my friends are on it. I think that explains enough
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my personal channel is hilarious :fb-laugh-trans:.. #zfogg @undefined tagged me to get my attention (i was asleep in Tokyo, Haneda airport) but everyone echoed her for some reason lol also i totally knew someone would make me an emoji when i asked that question 🤭 thx ~@Khushraj~ @jasonaa *
We’re developing bot to be ur homie over in #vibez-dev for the #vibez channel, and it’s coming along nicely.. @Khushraj and @caleb coming through with the pull requests was awesome (now I’m writing typescript 😄 thanks fam) We’re going to use something like “radar charts” (which you may know from Pokemon) to display emotion over time. It’s a bit like scrapbook but for tracking of moods and vibez. Eventually, one will be able to query their radar chart across time to show how they’ve been feeling in a certain period, and even do the same for the entire channel as well. Imagine asking a bot to show you how the has been feeling for the past week and then getting an image of summated emotional statistics in an infographic! ✨ magical. I added a few images of the progress in motion, as well as examples of a radar chart and an “emotional wheel” which I think we’ll use to quantify our radar charts’ facets (@jubriloye2016 chose it!). pop over and see what it’s about if you’re interested! coming to a Slack Club near you, sOoN!
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