@neel.redkar0i would love to ship this video i made at isef which received a standing ovation@matt1linker errors :ahhhhhh:
@abby1For my CS class at school I led a group in using Processing to build an animated GIF. We were inspired by the popular game Wordle to make a GIF of people attempting to solve a wordle. Our animated GIF shows different ways to get to a word. We designed the boards in Figma. Here is the repo: github.com/abbyfischler/swordle and I’m attaching a demo!
@zrl0Something is happening@ella5:woof: I made a little parallax thing! I'm not quite sure what I'm going to put on the website, but I think it'd make a neat landing page for something. awef.vercel.app
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D87After 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 socket.io 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
@bejolithic0The data is extracted from the 12th International Geomagnetic Reference Field (IGRF),
a mathematical model that can predict magnetic inclination up to the year 2020.
A custom algorithm maps the data into spherical isolines and sends the paths to a
mechanical pen plotter.@ZaynB0I love how the random 🤷 i put in my commit msg (because I wanted to) was actually rendered in GitHub. Who knew!
@zfogg1my mom found some of my old books from when i was just learning to code, about a decade ago
@J_cordz7+So today I am going to give my first presentation at my newly created Science and Technology Club at my high school!
I have been preparing everything for some time, from the prototype of the club to its organization and final approval and start of its classes!
I am looking forward to it, since I'm the founder and I’m ready to start participating and because the club will also have the support of experts in the topics to be presented, so everyone will learn a lot and have a great time!!!
(It's in Spanish because I also speak Spanish ¯\(ツ)/¯ ).
@courtney0Still working on the Splatter Paint workshop, but I also signed up to be the secretary of my Spanish Club but yo no sé español 😅
@hugo.y.hu9350Just built a small and inefficient quote software that lists out an ordered list of pricing for your next package shipment! It uses the shippo API, and this is one step towards mailcorgi v1!
@ceo7710Anyone else who got into HackMIT 2021? Let’s link 🙂
@heyrajan0Ahoy! 🚢 :shipitparrot: This is probably my favourite ship so far and I'm more than happy to announce heyrajan.com. In your exploration of my digital persona, it hope that you develop a profound understanding of my world, built on the foundation of creation and change. It's always been a dream of mine to release a personal website, and I am ecstatic that the first people I can share it with are my fellow Hack Clubbers :parrot_love: . A few things:
/home 🏠 ~ Manifesto, Highlights, Daily Activities, Upcoming Initiatives
/explore 🔎 ~ Socials, Contacts and A Few Important Links
/ventures ✈️ ~ My favourite non-work endeavours that I'm working on
/prev 📰 ~ Coming Soon
I hope that you can learn a bit more about my world, as online we are just a few profile pictures looking at one another. Also, "heyrajan" is now a ping word, for all you pingy hackers out there 👀
Subdomains: g (github), in (linkedin), ig (instagram), d (devpost), t (twitter), sb (scrapbook)
As always, open sourced at github.com/itsrajan/heyrajan. Feel free to add issues, feedback, PRs or just thoughts overall. Thank you everyone for your support, and I hope you enjoy :hyperbongocat::hyperfastparrot::hyper-dino-wave:
@Ishan1Got the Tdap vaccine (schools here need me to have it), went to my school again but it was closed, went to the bank with my parents (who opened an account) where we asked the guy if I could have my own bank account but he said he needs special permission from his manager cause im a minor, and in the morning I became part of something exciting:shut: 👀.
Posting a random screenshot cause scrappy is a complain bot.
As one of the Zachs says, there are no surprises in Hack Club.
See the slack! With the power of @JoeBunyan I made a raspberry sense hat LED matrix display show activity on the slack. This was my first time working with websockets and hashing algorithms! It was a super fun project to work on this weekend with @caleb and @rishi! I’ll be sending it to HQ later this week so they can put it up somewhere. @rishi should be shipping the other part of this project soon :tompog:. @caleb made @JoeBunyan which provides a ~super secret~ websocket stream. (p.s. only channels that have @JoeBunyan installed will actually be shown on the pi). Happy hacking everyone!
github.com/hackclub/joebunyan/tree/main/see@ZoeDroulias1Writing the lyrics for Impossible (an original song) today!
@jasonaa3i spent a little time today trying to figure out the slack huddles api :partyparrot: i think the most useful information i've found is that under the hood, huddles use amazon chime to drive the actual voice/screen sharing stuff, and it looks like the web client uses amazon's sdk for this, so in theory we should be able to use the chime sdk to connect to slack huddles and input/output audio 👀 i wanna look more into this later but i have other work to attend to, so i've compiled my findings so far into this poorly organized notion doc - lmk if you have any more info to add or stuff i can clarify! jasonaa.notion.site/figuring-out-the-slack-huddles-api-1220507c034046669887287112f54049
@alialiwa20050Today, I've started experimenting with some configurations for my Raspberry Pi (mini DIY server) to find the most optimal solutions.
I was comparing RealVNC vs xRDP (which I've been using for a long time), and found that the VNC protocol is likely the better option compared to the Remote Desktop Protocol (now it's my favorite).
I've tested different categories, mainly which one was lighter.
On my Raspberry Pi 4B, VNC had less ram usage.
Now this may not seem a lot, especially on my Pi 4 with 8GB ram, but VNC may make more of a difference on Pi models with less ram, such as my 1GB Pi 3B.
Out of the box, RDP has better resolution, but with some configuration, I was able to get VNC to display 1080p resolution.
Also, something that I found as potentially useful was the fact that you can connect your Pi to a VPN, simply whitelist the VNC port, and you could connect and login remotely to the Pi via VNC while it is connected to a VPN (I wasn't able to do that with RDP).
Next, I'm planning on testing out OpenVPN versus the Wireguard protocol on my Pi, because I'm thinking of using my Pi as a DIY VPN server (and a way to have access to my home LAN outside of home, with minimal port forwarding), in the near future.
@mikaeru0I write an article, I may publish it later. The title sounds not right, maybe i should do some a lil edit for it.