@Ishan0Today we did more #duckcoin dev, and people’s interest in it is rising (the 70,000th block was mined today). Everyone was mining simultaneously, which showed me that my earlier plan won’t work and I’ll have to think of a new plan (what if we had blockchains with blockchains inside them :thonk:). It was also my dad’s birthday so I wrote him a very embarrassing two line poem and made him tea in the morning. We went to two parks, one right by the lake. Both had a lot of ducks. I tried telling them I’m quackduck on GitHub but they still ran away from me :sadge:. Anyhow, here’s some duck photos, a plane in the sky and a screenshot of Christina mining Duckcoin units called quacks on her M1 computer (the UI looks better in the latest build okay) also also, me and some people may have a cryptocurrency discussion soon, let me know if you’re interested!
@Devnol0Finally left Sicily and returned to Greece! It wasn't the best trip I've had but it wasn't bad either. (P.S. @cfanoulis et. al. plane stans we flew on one of the new Airbus A320's with the new Aegean logo and improved wings!)
@WilliamLane0great day volunteering for afghan refugees at ramstien air base in germany
@prithul02180Been making an RC model airplane.
It's the Mitsubishi A6M
@matt2Did some photo editing to make this photo of the SR-71 blackbird b&w with deep blacks :)
@prithul02180Finished making an RC airplane today. I designed and 3D printed all the red parts
@lskaling0Got to fly my plane today! I designed the motor mount to be only friction fit so if it crashes, the motor will pop off rather than damage it or the plane (as has been the case in the past), but I ran into issues mid flight. The motor popped off, and somehow drilled itself into the fuselage. If also unplugged the battery, so I couldn’t control it. Nothing a little duct tape can’t fix though!
@lskaling0Finishing up a new RC Plane. I crashed the last one but now trying to make it modular so if it crashes again I can just remove the damaged portions. Also I designed and 3D printed cases for all the electronics so they can be removed