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AidenRheem-U04FRJE5L5Q
@AidenRheem-U04FRJE5L5Q7
#10-days-in-public, Day 6!, Today I watched another episode of Fusion 360 tutorials and completed the 3D design for my monitor light bar! Currently, I am working on the Arduino code now to make the light switch colors based on a touch input on a sensor!
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vik
@vik7
also worked on a lot of #onboard outreach on various niche discord servers. hack club is now AN OFFICIAL RESOURCE!!! on the keyboard atelier resource google sheet, and its just beginning of more to come!
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leom
@leom7+
Day 4 of #10-days-in-public: Exported my ML model to a python script today! Had to install a few libraries and fix some bugs in the example code I used, but it actually worked pretty well! Soon I'll be able to make it automatically identify objects from a live Camera feed!
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zrl
@zrl0
Day 3 of #10-days-in-public Today I had two big accomplishments. My goal is to program a receipt printer to print a receipt every time someone wins a Sprig, OnBoard, or Blot grant onto my desk so I can read about their project. The first accomplishment is that I added code to find OnBoard pull requests from GitHub usernames, download the project descriptions, and use tracespace to render SVG board previews onto the receipts. See below for a screenshot of what this looks like (it’s a screenshot of a subset of a PDF that is sent to the receipt printer - this is all publicly accessible data from the OnBoard repo). The second accomplishment is that I flashed a Raspberry Pi to start getting this thing to run headless! This is my first “real” project using Python, and I’m starting to feel a lot more comfortable using the language - which has felt awesome! I am so inspired reading about everyone else’s projects! github.com/hackclub/hack-club-grants-receipt-printer/commit/0030c42c7c0909a34ccb7ac2709b2f03ff374845
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Theo
@Theo0
Day 2 of 10 days in public. I am leaving for a trip today, so I thought the most reliable idea is to post this now. If I do more later today once I get where I am going, I will talk about it tomorrow. Today I wrote out the main story line in its entirety except for characters and details, then watched a bit of a tutorial on making a text based rpg, but realized I needed to know what loops were, so I watched a video on loops, and then experimented with my newfound knowledge. I also tried to figure out how to use the app I got to code things in, but that will take more time. Here is a document with story and stuff: docs.google.com/document/d/1hhrkJPQ7tqSYxhMyzBAnxj3mKT01PaUtq-UWFGhz3r8
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sanziana
@sanziana0
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public: Today, I started exploring Godot. I learned about nodes and scenes (and how to import scenes into scenes), the basics of GDScript (since I already know Python and C++, this was the easiest part), and about delta time. Today, I mostly messed around with the interface to accommodate myself with the engine (it is my first one!). I read the docs and I follow Clear Code amazing tutorial (youtu.be/nAh_Kx5Zh5Q?si=YzWarMtjToemdvpK) P.S. Also started the Nand2Tetris course. Computer architecture really starts to intrigue me (I attached some of my notes 😅) See you tomorrow!
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Kieran
@Kieran7+
🚢 Another micro ship! I built a shopgoodwill.com auction snipper to try and snag an ipod; it is written in typescript and bun as usual and requires only a max bid and auction id to work (besides authentication of course); i'm going to try and add a tui for it and clean up the code a bit but it works!
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Aram
@Aram7
🚢 EXPOSE PIZZA SCAMS 🚢 Ever been puzzled about whether to choose a large pizza or a small one? Don't take my word for it. You can find out for yourself with a small tool I've created! Just put in your price and size and it will effortlessly calculate the price per square inches. Check it out on aram.sh/pizza! The code is open source on aramshiva/website, (please ⭐ it)! :pizzaparrot: Happy 🍕 Partying! :pizzaorph:
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Kieran
@Kieran7+
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reesericci
@reesericci7
:shipitparrot: :oblong: OBLONG SHIPPPPPPP :oblong: :shipitparrot: Introducing v1.3.0 of oblong admin! It's an improvement over v1.2.0. It now has a fully featured OAuth & OpenID Connect API & a nice developer portal (Sign in with Obl.ong???)! There's also now a system for requesting "provisional" domains that immediately appear in your account while pending admin review - no more tally form + manual transferring of domains. Admins now actually get a page in Adminland where they can approve/reject domains. Additionally, we finally implemented a linter so the code is a bit more bearable than it used to be. You can use the release live today at admin.obl.ong - or host it yourself! github.com/obl-ong/admin/releases/tag/v1.3.0 Side note: We now have a forum! You can register for the forum with your Obl.ong account (thanks to the new API) at forum.obl.ong --reese :shipitparrot: :oblong: OBLONG SHIPPPPPPP :oblong: :shipitparrot:
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Kieran
@Kieran7+
finaly have a semi-functional swerve! go FRC! also thank you 3512 for donating your swerve code (not pictured here; this is our quite bad code)
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Tom
@Tom0
Cursed code (written in my programming language, but it also works in JS)
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Sean
@Sean7+
On Friday, the Scoreboard that me and a friend built for my School's sports day had it's first trial by fire day. It went mostly well (We had a few minor issues but that was inevitable) I had assumed it would work decently well as it had proven itself to be stable in production on Railway. I would like to thanks @northeastprince for their help with general code clean-up and removing that pesky Redis configuration. I would recommend anyone try to reuse this (there's a bunch of very specific to our school stuff contained within the code) I also wouldn't bother try logging in. Unless you have a login on our school Microsoft entra tenancy. It won't let you in but if you really want to look at it, you can see the code here and the production env here Internally, this is a Ruby on Rails application with a Postgres DB
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ImDeet-U045B4BQ2T0
@ImDeet-U045B4BQ2T00
Made my first ASCII Art animation. Here are the steps I used :orpheus-pop: • Boot up after effects :adobe: • Convert some images to text art using an online ASCII Converter • Load the text into after effects, apply a typewriter effect :hack: • Add some colors and any grain/vignette • Render and add some tunes! :music:
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Aram
@Aram7
Got some Hack Club Stickers Today!
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NilaRam
@NilaRam0
Made a slack bot that will notify me every time a new female hack clubber joins our slack so I can welcome them and help them find projects to contribute in and even connect them to the #days-of-service initiative!
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ThomasStubblefield
@ThomasStubblefield0
doing some thinking about how to make creating a Hack Club even more aspirational :)
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Malycia
@Malycia3
Hack the Sound: Day 2!!!
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Malycia
@Malycia3
Photos from Hack the Sound: Day 1!!!
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Riley
@Riley0
did day 1 of advent of code!
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SanjivAnand-U04FJ59VACD
@SanjivAnand-U04FJ59VACD0
Made myself a sticker bomb phone case with Hack club and opensource stickers
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secondary-smiles
@secondary-smiles0
Somewhat of a WIP, but I've been working on the Molerat protocol for the last few months and it's coming along really well! I've implemented a server for it Moleserv in Python, and I'm working on an Ncurses client for it in C currently. It's been a huge and fun project for a while now. It's not 100% ready to use since the client isn't done yet, but it's at a point where I want to start showing it to people. Here's the client I'm working on by the way: git.trinket.icu/molehole.git In the end, this is less of a code/software ship, more of an announcement for the protocol which is ready to be shared. We even have a lovely mascot, Potat the naked mole-rat!
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sahitid
@sahitid0
:forsyth-hacks-label: forsyth hacks (#forsyth-hacks) happened on November 18th, 2023 and was an overall success! at a point we had around 60 attendees and overall had an amazing time with our theme ⚡ (electricity) as well as workshops ranging from @ajs2’s jams to a mini UI design competition. and finally, the hours of food, coding, new friends, and projects (everything from a storm tracker app to a platformer game made w flow!) personal highlights of the event for me was probably the conversations i had with new people :heart_hands: the whole day, the chance to mentor a group into creating their entire project - from not having an idea, to developing and shipping it 🚢, lightning talks during lunch (like the one about jamstack by @davidm) 🎤, presenting an APIs workshop :postman:, the amazing swag we were able to handout (including string bags, polaroids :tw_camera_with_flash:, & stickers), and of course the presentations at the end! i want to give a huge thank you and shoutout to the following: • @ChristianDutton-U04E0LL16MA right hand man all the way and helped make my website design a lovely reality. (can't wait for 3.0) • @RyanDu-U04QM0MH6TV for the fresh new perspective and ideas for the event & an awesome workshop on how to not make crappy UI design (as well as the mini:figma:competition afterward) • dj! for the most amazing design and logo for the event :forsyth-hacks-2-bulb:. (or "sick sticker" as sam poder himself deemed worthy) • everyone who attended! we had over triple the amount of projects than last year and over 80 registered by the day of! • and ofc everyone at hack club :hackclub-party: who cheered me on all the way (and :bank-hackclub-dark: ofc hcb grant- this event would not have been possible without this :money-printer:, and from the bottom of my heart i am very grateful :blobheart: ). ◦ i had an amazing conversation with @theamazing0 in the middle of the day about how special hack club was to me and how he's in the process of discovering this love for the community as i did a year ago. ▪︎ this spread of love would not be possible if not for the support of more hackathons and more clubs around the world! 📷 full photo album: photos.app.goo.gl/RdvvgMmpD3rpioNc6 :githubparrot: hackathon website source code: github.com/SFHSHackClub/forsyth-hacks-v2-site
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jc
@jc0
day 2 of #bci! today my goals were to get the hang of using kicad, understand the schematic of openbci's cyton board (which is, along with hackEEG and piEEG, the basis for a lot of our understanding of what exactly happens in EEG boards) and spin up a bill of materials for everything going in our pcb. i got to the first two and didn't do the last one (although i will eventually get to it!), but i had a lot of fun! today was another great day because this is the most fun i've had in a while building shtuff (among other things: deciding who would be who in the openai drama, the f*ckboard, dinner at steve). tomorrow's goal is to spend the whole day just building the actual pcb (and then spend thanksgiving off?) we're building this out in the open so my daily notes are all here: cloud-ckujstd4d-hack-club-bot.vercel.app/0jc_0e4ee6c5e5e546ce910bda3e3ad2ac10.pdf (this is part of #100-days! join us over there, we're working on cool stuff like #apocalypse and #dallas-day-of-service!)
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ajs2
@ajs26
Finished the map for Hack The Interstate (#something-on-a-bus-this-summer)!
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jc
@jc0
day 1 of #bci! i mostly got caught up on a bunch of things today (including, but not limited to: parts of the brain, eeg concepts like the 10-20 system, reading schematics, understanding what exactly we’re doing including the process of actually designing the eeg circuit: electrodes -> ads1299 (including digital to analog converter) -> microcontroller -> computer for extra processing - so many black boxes we’re trying to figure out!) and generally feel like i’m ready to start playing around with kicad/observing tomorrow! today was a great day overall, although we think we could have focused a bit more and it still feels like i don’t know anything. tomorrow’s goal is to build shit which is the easiest way to understand stuff. we're building this out in the open so my daily notes are all here: cloud-6crgvlqrj-hack-club-bot.vercel.app/0jc_e4acbe3e3aff48778866059bb21c78be.pdf (this is part of #100-days! join us over there, we're working on cool stuff like #nanowrimo and #polyglot-warriors!)
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acon
@acon0
working on #hack-the-apocalypse site 🙃
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cupcakes
@cupcakes7+
cute stickers in cute packaging for my hack club!! so excited to open it
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Malycia
@Malycia3
Did a lot more Hack the Sound prep with @Aram :)
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karolina
@karolina0
i spent this weekend at impact hack atlanta (www.impacthackatl.com), my first college hackathon AND my first in-person hackathon! i had so much fun meeting new people at tech and building solutions that intersected tech, policy, and sustainability. i created Partix, a particle visualization tool that uses the OpenWeatherMap API to display live data of particle pollution. build information (including a demo video) is available at www.karolina.mgdubiel.com/particle/build, and a live demo is here: <http://www.karolina.mgdubiel.com/particle|www.karolina.mgdubiel.com/particle> :)) it's mobile and desktop responsive (mobile is a little iffy -- slacked on that bc of the 36 hr time limit), but i learned sooo much about js building this and overall am really proud of the project. 🌿 UPDATE: i won two categories :)) best submission on the "healthy planet + people" track and best submission award from Southface, an atlanta climate action npo :D
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Kieran
@Kieran7+
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jdogcoder
@jdogcoder0
Visited Hack Club HQ Today! Thomas & I worked on some fun things, with visits from Zach, Kara and others sprinkled in. Had a super great time, definitely going back again soon!
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ShawnMalluwa-U04BBP8H9FA
@ShawnMalluwa-U04BBP8H9FA7+
whats up my hack homies its time to hit you with sheepy ship #GMM0VHBBM|, my 3rd code project ever and my ship from #harvest! stormygrubbybackups.shawnmalluwawa1.repl.co I would say more but i think in this case, the less said the better. check it out, and have your life changed.
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ShawnMalluwa-U04BBP8H9FA
@ShawnMalluwa-U04BBP8H9FA7+
working on my game before #harvest!! separated map generation from updating the display, and now i can pass in "modes", which can pull from different maps like the political map or the resource map. Once I get those generating properly (trivial?) I can display different maps, which ill connect up to the buttons I threw on top! then ill need to work on the structure of the player system, and allow the map to support an unlimited number of players. then ill need logging in to work, which should be trivial in the local version of this game, and then I will either start moving my code over to node.js or continue developing here (because node is scary)
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acon
@acon0
started a moodboard of sorts to make the #hack-the-apocalypse website! (feel free to join the channel to help us plan!)
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Aram
@Aram7
Today was a good day! Thanks to @ThomasStubblefield for sending me hack club stickers! :stickers:
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polypixeldev
@polypixeldev0
Never too much map-of-the-slack-ery! Working on un-jank-ifying code and turning it into a basic python CLI with click #100-days :picasso:
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polypixeldev
@polypixeldev0
I love maps! (well I guess this is python, so dictionaries :)) - anyways here's some map-of-the-slack-ery, now taking into account member lists of each channel. Still very jank, but that'll be changing soon! Less janky code + postgres + CLI tool is next, before refining the labeling process and moving onto clustering #100-days :picasso:
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acon
@acon0
designed some pins for my school's deca club! they just arrived today and they look sooo good in person - pictures don't capture the quality 😁 (btw hack club should totally make some enemal pins! they're like 1-2 usd each but probably cheaper the more you buy)
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Evan
@Evan0
@cwalker putting up the hack club flags!
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SiddharthPilli-U042K00E6JD
@SiddharthPilli-U042K00E6JD0
Well it finally happened! I launched an hack club in my highschool with a amazing pizza 🎉
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Lucas
@Lucas0
I've been working on Bruke and studying a lot, In addition to code, I made the logo with Excalidraw, a great tool btw:) 1st day of 100 days #100-days
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Evan
@Evan0
made a hack club in-n-out sticker as part of my 100 days shopping list! thanks for the feedback @sarahcha and @reesericci!
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Sarvesh
@Sarvesh0
Working on the hack club newsletter!!
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ThomasStubblefield
@ThomasStubblefield0
added gift to topbar will some more progress. considering a modal for the share menu. steps to implement: 1. Make a design in Figma 2. Implement base functionality in code (perhaps through a modal or a pop-up)
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sampoder
@sampoder0
🇨🇦 Hack The North 2023! @ImDeet-U045B4BQ2T0, @fayd and I teamed up to make :goose-dance: Hack The Geese :goose-honk-left:! It was a game that attendees could play using the QR codes on their badges. Here’s how’d it work: 1. You’d scan your badge’s QR code to log in. 2. Your find someone who you’d like to compete against and scan their badge’s QR code. 3. You’d both receive a prompt, eg. “take a selfie with a someone with blue hair”. 4. You’d race to take a fun picture based on the prompt before the other player does. 5. You either win or lose, then you got to choose wether or not to rematch! You can go to htgeese.tech/album to see all the photos that folks took during demos with the game (and many more of me stressing over the backend)! We used a slightly cursed combination of a Next.js frontend and a backend written in Go which interacted with one another through Websockets…. yeah, very cursed and very jank. We also used Vercel’s new Postgres & Blob storage services which were surprisingly good. And, of course, we used Prisma…. including it’s slightly hacky spin-off Go client. Another awesome part of the game was @ImDeet-U045B4BQ2T0’s custom designed geese (GEESE!): :htn-goose-1: :htn-goose-2: :htn-goose-3: :htn-goose-4: :htn-goose-5: :htn-goose-6: :htn-goose-7: :htn-goose-8: :htn-goose-9: :htn-goose-10: Every player got one of these made for them when they first signed! The game was a bunch of fun to play IRL and we had people playing it throughout the demo session. Attached is a sick selfie of @fayd in his sunnies and the judge! And at the end of the day, somehow, we were selected as winners so we got to demo on stage and won a couple of prizes which was pretty cool! Here’s us playing a game with all the attendees and a couple of other photos from the weekend (including us working on the project while on #hack-night!). The GitHub is full of more photos and stories from the weekend: github.com/sampoder/hack-the-geese. O CANADA!
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malted
@malted0
The output vs. the code. This is groundbreaking stuff.
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CameronKnauff
@CameronKnauff0
Sometimes you got to make do with what you got. My only decent PC died after 7 years today, so until I can afford a new one, this is my new setup (Steam Deck as a desktop). Unfortunately I’ll have to live without a dual monitor setup (unless the deck itself counts but that’s only usable for Spotify & YouTube, not code docs cause the screen is so small) And there’s no head phone jack on the dock I have, so for YouTube videos I’ll be enjoying the crisp Steam Deck speakers. However for Spotify, I connected an old Android phone to my speakers that I can remote control from the desktop app. Ended up installing Fedora Silverblue over Steam OS so I can still develop still (#project-still). So far first day experience, browsing is smooth, Jetbrains IDEs run somewhat smooth, ironically the only thing the desktop Steam Deck sucks for is gaming because it’s only made to handle 720p, not 1080p. Other than that, I can make this work until I can get a new PC. Hoping to go for a framework.
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