@RaleighWise7+Not very code-y, but I did a 80 lbs push press today which is a PR! (Personal Record, in CrossFit lingo) Here's what one of those looks like!
@sporeball1i think this is what the cool kids call a "bus"
@WilliamLane0I somehow have 25% code review and I have no idea how
@lola7My problem is this:
I change my mind.
I'm always juggling millions of ideas, Pinterest boards, program ideas, homework assignments... I live in a jumble of words in my mind. I borrow personalities, words, phrases - I take inspiration to make up for the fact that I'm too burned out to create my own, too overwhelmed to assign a simple 'yes' and 'no' to what I like and don't like.
Currently, I have seven (7) personal websites, and only one is finished. They're all half made, with different fonts, ideas, colors, aesthetics; different snip-its of the people who were in my life at the time that I made it. Last night, I wondered why I was struggling so much with picking a theme for my website and sticking to it.
I want my website to represent me: to be the corner of the internet where I show what's important to me. I want it to be a visualization of my values written in code, and with that changing so often... it's hard.
I know that this feeling isn't foreign to many people my age, and I've recognized that the issue was that I was making websites to reflect who I wish I was, not who I am. It may just be a personal website, but to me, it's also a reflection of self-acceptance and understanding.
I'm back on Scrapbook to get my life together, and for Day 0 (v2), I decided to create a moodboard for my new website. An array of fonts, colors, ideas, emojis - we'll sort them out later, we'll stick to them, and we'll make our own corner of the Internet. I highly doubt that my final website will look anything like this, and that's ok. We'll get there eventually.
@cwi0Do you like custom slack emoji? Do you like pixel art? Combine them with PixelArt (I couldn't think of a better name!). PixelArt converts any image into pixels, and then down samples the colors to only ones that have CSS color names. It then translates these pixels into emoji. (example image below). I would really recommend NOT using this in a large channel like #lounge because a bunch of emoji can really cause browsers to lag.
Here's how to use it: just type /art <URL to image> [width] [prefix] in any public channel. Width is 20 by default, don't do more than 50! The default prefix is p, so p_cyan is :p_cyan:. There is another prefix: balloon which looks like this: :balloon_cyan:. If you want other emoji sets uploaded I have a simple way to do it. Just message me and I'll upload a full set.
Code is open source at github.com/cole-wilson/pixelart. I still have a lot to do on this, so not all images may come out cleanly.
Try it out at #pixel!
@rajan.ag0050today is bad, i am mad, my code is sad and my mental health is not glad
@sampoder1running a challenge for the rest of the year at my hack club
@RaleighWise7+Not very code-y but I cleaned my doogers! They're sun drying rn.
@matthewvandyke087+Added a new privacy link on the signup page, and a special thanks to @sarthak for helping figure out and code a new feature!! 🙏
I was getting bored so I speedran making a slackbot!
Built in 16.45.37 minutes, I present you @lmgtfy-slack!
If you're lazy to search something on google, this is just for you!
You can invoke the command by /lmgtfy [your search term] and it will return you the google search link for it!
That's all I have to say. lol, idk why I built it, funny.
Source code: github.com/faisalsayed10/lmgtfy-slack
@thatrobotdev0🚢SHIP IN THE HARBOR, I REPEAT SHIP IN THE HARBOR 🚢
This was a website we made for our HS P2P Hack Club meeting today :D
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create an interactive, choose-your-own adventure story, inside of a choose-your-own adventure story? No? Well, we made one anyway!
@maxwelldev0Figured out how to use discord's rich presence vscode extension. About to start making the mdx deck version for the speak colors workshop :cooll-thumbs:
@rajan.ag0050HELLO THERE FELLOW GAMERS i hope you all had a splendid day today
today, i did barely anything, so i decided last minute to do some d e b u g g i n g for a very old project of mine. i cleaned up the code, and fixed up the clock. i also spent a solid 45 minutes planning a v2 which is gna be built in next and trust me the UI will be MUCH BETTER I PROMISE
@Odyssey3462I made DogeHouse PWA compliant (PR yet to be merged). I also fixed up Fixdows considering all the fame it has gotten recently, which meant I had to do a lot of changes. Man. The code is WAY cleaner now.
@matthewvandyke087+🎉 Today marks my 300th day of posting to scrapbook and streaks! 🎉
Starting during Summer of Making I started posting updates about my work building Students Who Code and sharing updates + holding myself accountable to working on my projects. Through the past 300 days I have shared updates on Students Who Code, myDash, my portfolio + the redesign, BrainDUMP, and so many other things! Thank you to everyone who has followed my streaks and scrapbook 🙏
But now that I am on 300 its time to aim to 365...so lets start the countdown!!!! ⏰
scrapbook-countdown.vercel.appnote the countdown may be a little off
@fayd0v2 of @carbon-slack!!! Now you can copy the code + delete the message (if you are the OP) and now the hex is randomly generated so you don't need to type a color each time!!!!!
@matthewvandyke087+new update for BrainDUMP 🚢
Just finished Brain Blog today and it is now live! Brain Blog will be home to new updates about features for BrainDUMP and will also feature the story collection about how others manage/execute ideas, are productive, and more (stories will be coming out soon...with some from fellow hack clubbers).
@matthew0Hack Club Meetings just got a little bit better! Yesterday afternoon/evening I learned about some cool new React concepts and made all video timestamps clickable links that seek to the timestamp in the embedded video! Then yesterday night, @lachlanjc helped me clean up my clunky code and add a new "Dock video" button, which displays the video in a small window near the bottom of the screen so that you can watch it while reading the page. My experience with React is still pretty limited, so I'm glad I was able to figure it out :yay:
Try it out! All pages on meetings.hackclub.com now have the dock button and the new timestamps :partyparrot:
@fayd0👋 Helloo0o0oo0! 🚢
Getting tired of sending huge code snippets to #code? Well fret not! 😮
Introducing ✨ @carbon-slack ✨ - The Bot which helps you create and share beautiful code images directly in slack! (and without even going to carbon's website: carbon.now.sh)
This makes it easier to share code snippets without leaving slack at all!
Also it was really fun to build this app, I got this app's idea from this github issue: github.com/carbon-app/carbon/issues/533
well you might wonder... How to use it?
1. Invoke the /carbon command (IMPORTANT: invoke the command only where you want to post your code because the image will be directly posted once you submit)
2. Add your code, theme, font, background
3. Click Submit
4. Wait for a few seconds and voila! :parrotdad:
Do you have a feature in mind? Want to contribute? The code's all open source! :github:
Source: github.com/faisalsayed10/carbon-slack (Would appreciate some stars xd)
API source (self-hosted): github.com/cyberboysumanjay/Carbon-API
Annnd Signing off! :salute:
PS. This was my very first slackbot. :)
@BenjaminSmith1The apollo client cache can be annoying sometimes, this is the cache update code for a mutation
@uanirudhx0Hello, 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
@christina6950built 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.
@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.
@rajan.ag0050i cleaned up my code for a project from a while back, and started a lot of brainstorming for v2! I’m going to completely redo the UI and make it in NextJS because I was NOT happy with how this one turned out.
@manasmw3331This is what I showcased in the #asiaconf
The self-stabilizing spoon was my Summer of Making project and now I'm shipping the version 2.0
I tried to reduce the size of the handle and also designed a custom PCB for the same.
I'll ship the final product once the 3D printed case is ready.
Thank you Hack club team and the SOM team.
Special thanks to @zrl @sampoder @roshan @annleefores.
You guys are awesome!
@Khushraj0lets go, I'm rewriting repl.deploy in rust and I HAVE TESTS! A 100 LINES OF TEST CODE FOR 96 LINES OF CODE
@gabruharsh2440So it is finally the day of Hack Club Asia Virtual Conf 🚀
We also did a small practices session for it 🙂
@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.
@JuanGonzalez0iv had vs code open for the past hour not knowing what to make
@maxwelldev0Tryin to make an mdx deck presentation for my school's hack club this week. We're gonna do the machine learning workshop!
@prithul02181Won the best hardware hack at DVHacks, thanks to the Orpheus Leap :ultrafastparrot:
@zfogg0i made a base16 hack club colorscheme that compiles every base16 template with a hack club colorscheme. you can have hack club colors EVERYWHERE now.
see this for me
@maxwelldev0finally started to use node.js and vsc to code my hackathon website with next.js framework 😄
@christina6950Really cool conversation about cryptocurrency with @zfogg and Lightening Lab’s founder Elizabeth Stark-- she’s coming to Hack Club as our next AMA to chat about bitcoin!
@onrisky1Introducing the lighting hack club sticker