@uanirudhx1Hello, hello hack clubbers.
Along with my return to the slack i have a dope ship for you! 🚢
Introducing lr, a simple and fast link shortener.
It builds on the ideas of many smartpeople (thanks @safin.singh@caleb :) and has an extremely small source footprint, clocking in at 770sloc.
lr requires pthreads, sockets, a POSIX-1.2008 conforming libc and a C99 compiler. That's about it. It serves your links really fast.
To get started just clone the repository and run make run
Anyways if you like it give it a star ⭐thanks:)
 No benchmarks go run your own lol
@christina6951built a website for someone in my town, used terminal to create a repo and push changes to github, and got it up online w github pages. hoping to get them on hack club bank, too.
@matthewgleich1Over the past few days I have been rewriting my first GitHub action, profile_stack , in rust from python! The action now runs 4 times faster, has some rock solid unit tests, improved documentation, a super clean codebase, and an army of crabs :ferrisbongo:! Super glad that I am finally getting comfortable with rust :) ~I am starting to see why there is a rust cult~
@Jeffrey0Hello 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.
@BetsyZhang1I'm starting to believe 8 is my lucky number. At least on GitHub.
@suvarneshkm0Waiting for my first lazy commit to my 50th repo in github
@thatrobotdev0In preparation for a club meeting tomorrow, I just shipped lab.github.com/P2PHackClub/p2p-hack-club's-introduction-to-github (repo: github.com/P2PHackClub/introduction-to-github), which is a GitHub Labs course for getting started with GitHub, the P2P Hack Club way 😄
Expect a lot of orpheus, corny jokes, and fun drawings that I got to incorporate from the hackclub/dinosaurs repo 😄.
If you haven’t used GitHub Labs before, it’s learning how to use GitHub on GitHub. In this course, you help publish Orpheus’s website for their science project, using the GitHub flow.
The entire course is based upon GitHub’s Introduction to GitHub course, which made it really easy to set-up (writing this and testing took around 4 hours)
It’s definitely rough around the edges right now, but we’ll be going through it tomorrow with my club, and I’ll be updating and tweaking the course over the next couple of days to make the learning experience even smoother!
Suuuuper fun to make, I definitely want to make a GitHub Labs course from scratch in the future.
@Devnol0Today I worked on my personal site again, I rtfm and learned how to use components, state hooks and added these buttons that change depending on which button you click. Next I will populate these buttons and add actual proper content devnol.github.io
@asboyer0messed around with github-readme-stats, figured out how to change theme depending on dark mode and light mode, though id share: github.com/asboyer2
@aaryan0This is my new Netflix!
I've been moving towards reading articles and watching talks in my free time rather than watching TV shows.
It's probably WebRTC and networking stuff that I'm slowly falling in love with
Also I found great articles and resources on a lot of networking stuff that goes on underneath all the APIs WebRTC uses, so I'm thinking of making a proper list out of it and pushing it to GitHub :thonk:
@christina6951Cloned a repo for a notetaking app I found on GitHub, modified it and then created a new repo on GitHub. Got a little stuck in the terminal around how to add files. Good thing I sit next to @JulieGauthier now so i can ask her today…..
@christina6951Studied the code of a friend on GitHub, and tried to learn from how she built something, and then try it out myself. ran an NPM install for the first time
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.
@thatrobotdev0I’ve been hacking for a while on github.com/thatrobotdev/.dotfiles, which is my personal .dotfile configurations for macOS!
I started it when I wanted to reset my computer to make it run faster, but I still didn’t want to spend hours on set-up and configuration that I would need to do again every time I wanted to set-up a new computer.
I created a custom install script written in shell (my first shell program)! that uses Brew, Dotbot, and a couple of other tools to install and configure programs!
It will probably be forever a work in progress, but it’s been really fun learning about package managers and dotfiles for my favorite programs, as well as learning a lot more about bash and shell 😄
@Skyascii0Just finished creating a few commits to my first repo!
@Devnol0I’m not that good at drawing and graphics design but I made this logo for my new GitHub org (What I like to call a startup without the bureaucracy) that @Odyssey346, @Midou, @akisblack, some others and I are working on: Neutron Technologies.
@BenjaminSmith1I 3D printed my GitHub Skyline! (forgot to enable private repositories in my contribution graph so this is slightly inaccurate, oh well)
@Khushraj0Big ship coming up! 🚢 :shipitparrot:
Over the past month I’ve been porting all of Node Slack SDK’s :nodejs::slack: packages to Deno :deno:, and today I’ve finally completed a major step — I finished porting Bolt ⚡ (and all of its dependants)!
Presenting, Slack Bolt for Deno, a TypeScript :typescript: framework to build Slack apps using Deno rapidly with the latest platform features ⚡️
• GitHub :github://github.com/KhushrajRathod/slack-bolt>
• /x/ :deno:: deno.land/x/slack_bolt
This completes a major part of the Deno Slack SDK:slack-deno: 🎉
cc @safin.singh@Jeffrey@sampoder@rishi@caleb@mugaboverite (pinging whoever I thought would be interested / is involved in some way 🙂)
@sampoder0Hosted an interactive sound festival this morning at school. Powering it was a massive system of NodeMCUs, a web app, python scripts, an API and groovy Sonic Pi code.
more: github.com/sampoder/sound-festival, videos in thread & thanks to zach and hq for helping with voiceovers
@BetsyZhang1Just wanted to give an update on my GitHub 🙂 I finally got a profile README!
@BetsyZhang1Finally started the first project template for my club! I've been procrastinating about it. Oh and I figured out how to make the table of contents on GItHub! (ik ik I'm in love with GitHub)