Posts tagged with :slack:

@Khushraj2
Big ship coming up! ๐Ÿšข :shipitparrot: Over the past month Iโ€™ve been porting all of Node Slack SDKโ€™s :nodejs: :slack: packages to Deno :deno:, and today Iโ€™ve finally completed a major step โ€” I finished porting Bolt โšก (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 โšก๏ธ โ€ข GitHub :github://github.com/KhushrajRathod/slack-bolt> โ€ข /x/ :deno:: deno.land/x/slack_bolt This completes a major part of the Deno Slack SDK :slack-deno: ๐ŸŽ‰ cc @safin.singh @Jeffrey @sampoder @rishi @caleb @mugaboverite (pinging whoever I thought would be interested / is involved in some way ๐Ÿ™‚)
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@Khushraj2
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@zfogg0
Weโ€™re developing bot to be ur homie over in #vibez-dev for the #vibez channel, and itโ€™s coming along nicely.. github.com/hackclub/vibez-homie @Khushraj and @caleb coming through with the pull requests was awesome (now Iโ€™m writing typescript ๐Ÿ˜„ thanks fam) Weโ€™re going to use something like โ€œradar chartsโ€ (which you may know from Pokemon) to display emotion over time. Itโ€™s a bit like scrapbook but for tracking of moods and vibez. Eventually, one will be able to query their radar chart across time to show how theyโ€™ve been feeling in a certain period, and even do the same for the entire channel as well. Imagine asking a bot to show you how the has been feeling for the past week and then getting an image of summated emotional statistics in an infographic! โœจ magical. I added a few images of the progress in motion, as well as examples of a radar chart and an โ€œemotional wheelโ€ which I think weโ€™ll use to quantify our radar chartsโ€™ facets (@jubriloye2016 chose it!). pop over and see what itโ€™s about if youโ€™re interested! coming to a Slack Club near you, sOoN!
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@Khushraj2
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@Khushraj2
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@Khushraj2
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@Khushraj2
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@BetsyZhang1
Studying for SAT is a pain so I keep going on Slack. Taking it on April 13th. Highest practice test score was 1510. Anyone else?
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@everest0
I have returned to the slack after my 2-week hiatus! It's great to be back.
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@caleb1
wrote 2 #raycast script commands: one to set my slack status and one to open VS Code to an fgh project!
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@uanirudhx0
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@anthonykung0
Shipped this... my laziness is legendary mwa ha ha haย :evilparrot: hackclub.slack.com/archives/C0M8PUPU6/p1611606747150600 > Made thisย :ultrafastparrot:, you can tell how lazy I am from this...ย ๐Ÿ˜œย it run the following on save
git add {{ Current File }}
git commit {{ Current File }} -m "Update at {{ Timestamp }}"
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@sampoder7+
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@ella2
today i ran out of storage in the middle of working on a project, so i couldn't save any changes/ push to GitHub. Then my computer froze when I was trying to upload a screenshot to scrapbook (priorities lol) and so I had to restart it, losing all the work I couldn't save ๐Ÿ’€ and on top of that I had to sacrifice the slack desktop app to clear up some storage. Here's a screenshot of what it looked like before everything died :flug:
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@uanirudhx0
organized channels
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@kaidevrim1
went through and organized my slack channels and left a few channels
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@ella2
hopping on the bandwagon with a very sad GitHub contribution graph ๐Ÿ˜… I joined Hack Club in October, but didnโ€™t become active on the Slack until December. Hope to do more cool things in 2021!
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@riley33chou7+
made my scrapbook pretty with a little help from @sampoder โ€˜s scrapbook css workshop
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@linus0
heyo! It feels good to be back
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@sampoder7+
This Christmas I got aย Jedi Challenges AR Headset from Santaย (thanks Santa!). I really like the game, but I wanted to be able to put custom applications on to it! So I made Holocron :jediparrot: which is a React component that makes doing so super duper easy. It helps you size the window correctly and position the screen etc. It was my first time making a React component and I found the publishing quite difficult but I worked it out well: www.npmjs.com/package/@sampoder/holocron I then built a demo app that shows the status of your Vercel deployments on your headset. It uses SWR and react-reveal to make it feel buttery smooth! I also built one that implements the Slack events component on the Hack Club Website (here) on to it (sadly I ran out of time to put this in the demo vid but there are pics attached! Here's the GitHub project for the package: github.com/sampoder/holocron. And here's the demo video which I submitted to MLH's weekly hackathon...... and guess what?? Somehow, I won Best Overall Hardware Hack so I now get a free kit from ironically DigiKey (you still owe me money, no escaping) but my react component won best hardware hack lol!
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@sampoder7+
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@ella2
created a program to change my Slack pfp to different pictures of cats throughout the day (based on @sampoderโ€™s Slack pfp workshop)
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@skasinad0
coding a slack clone that has diff colors lol
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@ella2
doing a workshop
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@jasonaa0
this isn't very important but this is my biggest achievement on this slack
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@sampoder7+
this has been floating around the slack last night but let me introduce you to <https://meet.hackclub.dev|meet.hackclub.dev>! it's a fun website that introduces you to a random Hack Clubber from the Scrapbook API. I made it a while back with Next.js :)
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@rajendradangal100
Hello. Sorry I had been distracted from the slack since months and couldnot thank hackclub for the hardware. I am thankful to @sampoder for accepting the project and then guided me to try different sites and tools but when nothing worked then @roshan was there to help me with the hardware I needed and spend long time figuring out things and thank for helping me with the shipment issues and at last @nasheeb.dangi for helping me with the Customs because I would have to pay lot more without you. Thankyou all guys!
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@matthewgleich0
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@ghostwolf0
Trying something out. Might try to turn this into the capture-the-field minigame :^)
@adrianlobo0
@steggy called me a furry so many times that I decided to make a bot to ping him every time someone called me a furry. I think it worked ~(kinda worked, cuz i'm having hosting problems, cuz of heroku and slack api)~. Please don't attack me in the thread
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@lachlanjc1
Hereโ€™s what my regular desk setup looks like. Since the development you can do on the iPad locally is extremely limited (you canโ€™t run Node, for example), Iโ€™m running all the code on a remote Linode server. I use the Blink Shell app to connect over Mosh, then code using Vim inside Tmux. External display support on iPad isnโ€™t that capable (most apps just mirror with pillarboxing), but it allows using a more ergonomic setup with a much larger display. The iPad is right below the display on a Compass Pro stand, so it can still do Face ID seamlessly, I can reach out & use the Apple Pencil or touch gestures when I want, but I mostly use Appleโ€™s Magic Trackpad since it has the best system integration & multi-finger multitasking gestures. The keyboard is a Kinesis ergonomic keyboard, connected over USB alongside the HDMI & charger plugged into Appleโ€™s USB-C adapter. For design work, I use Figma inside an iOS client called Figurative that gives support for local fonts. I also use Working Copy for editing Git repos locally (mostly writing documentation & workshops), alongside Secure Shellfish which adds my Linode box directly into the Files app. While Iโ€™m developing, I switch over to Inspect browser which gives basic, though certainly less capable than Safariโ€™s, web inspector with CSS control & JavaScript console. I also use an app called Shiftscreen for viewing files & certain web apps (Slack, Google Docs, etc) in full-screen on the external display. When Iโ€™m away from my desk, the same 1.4lb, 5.9mm, multi-touch, Apple Pencil-capable slab of glass with better battery life than any MacBook carries all the same apps. Itโ€™s my favorite computer ever :)
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@sampoder7+
follow up ship fromย this: we used the system for the first ever time at the grade 6+7 movie night!! it was a massive success overall, all the watchers had fun watching the movie and getting food hand delivered.ย @arsh7chetanaย is very proud of all the money we raised for future events ;) tho we had a bit of a rocky start.. but the system held out with like 20 orders a min, seeing real people use what i made is cool here's a real customer interview who loved being treated like royalty :D
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@sampoder7+
i devised a scavenger hunt for the entire school to participate! then the student council ran it :))) we even had a real treasure chest (thanks Sai and co for making it), and filled it with candy as an end goal! we had a whole qr code system to get hints which i built with next.js and stuff, i also made a safety plan to allow this madness to get approved by the school which i am quite proud that it happened :yay: oh it was also Think Pink day, the school was very very pink
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@sampoder7+
Today I ran what I called the "The Great Race Across Singapore" with my Student Council friends as a team building activity! How it worked that there were teams placed in secret locations and they had to go through a series of challenges to reach the "final location" on the other side of the island which was the Merlion in Marina Bay but they didn't know that. Here's how it worked: Each team had 4 council members and one council leader. The council members were each given a store number that they had to go to in he Yishun Mall. Then the council leaders were all separated from their team together at Yishun Station. To come together they need to communicate through their location with only emoji. Then once they have met, they receive a cryptic message: My name is TRY***PA, call me maybe? . When they type this word into their phone, it will call me. I then read out the following message: 1ยฐ21'53.2"N 103ยฐ50'27.8"E, but bigger. If you head to 1ยฐ21'53.2"N 103ยฐ50'27.8"E, you will yourself in a random carpark in Ang Mo Kio (Singaporean outskirt-ish suburb, very residential). But what is special about this random carpark, is that it is the site of a small Merlion statue pictured below (where you wouldn't really expect one, they're rare). And remember we wanted "bigger". So they now have to travel down to the main Merlion statue in Marina Bay racing against each other. On the way they had some fun tasks as well such as taking selfies, learning more about each other! First one there wins the race!!!! It went pretty well on the delay and despite some early hiccups the Academics Department team put their minds to it and won the race! How the completely skipped going into AMK by just use Google Street View ๐Ÿคฃ Diego got a big brain!! Here's a photo of the winning team and that infamous mini merlion as well some screenshots from Sherlock Holmes my alt account on Slack plus a make do TikTok that me and Anjali (VP) made coz neither of us have TikTok lol really nice to have some fun!
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@rishi0
๐Ÿ‘‹ Helloooo everyone! Ricey here back at it again with another shippy ship for @paevik! Back during the dinosaur era (i.e. last week) in the mvp, there was just the bare minimum: you could only create entries and post them to #journal. Now, @paevik is a fully-fledged app for journalling! V1 includes super cool things like searching by ID and Date, custom files (encoded in blocks bc Slack is stupid), a timeline view in the homepage, and some username trickery! Everything in the backendโ€™s been refactored tooโ€”an API is in the works, and everything is super secure too! Some really awesome things are in the pipeline for the next version (Iโ€™ve decided to hold off on implementing anonymous journal entries for now), like: โ€ข Journal entries from #scrapbook entries โ€ข Notifications & custom feeds (youโ€™ll be able to subscribe to other usersโ€™ public entries) โ€ข An API + website for exploring For now, you can get started by running /entry , or going over to #journal to see what everyoneโ€™s doing! :parrot_love: ๐Ÿ“ ๐Ÿ“š Itโ€™s been a lot of fun building Paevik, and I canโ€™t wait to see what yโ€™all will write about! A really special thank you to everyone that helped me test this monstrous creationโ€”it really helped a lot :) As always, you can find the source over at github.com/rishiosaur/paevik :D
@isacisboss7180
Almost lost my streak because slack wasn't letting me send messages. Here's another chess screenshot
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@linus0
I found this cool server side Swift thing: SwiftUI but for slack block kit!
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@kayley1
This is probably going to be my last scrapbook post in a while โ€” with school in full swing, I probably won't have as much time to spend on the Hack Club slack anymore ๐Ÿ˜” (a bit overdue, but thanks for the amazing summer!).
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@alchzh0
Wrote an iOS shortcut to scrapbook... thatโ€™s slower than just going to the slack app!
@Chris1
I just connect GitHub to slack, I didn't know it existed
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@lachlanjc1
Made a bunch of upgrades to :scrappy: Scrapbook! Text parsing is much better & handles cases like punctuation following @ mentions, handles edge cases like posts starting with colons, emoji parsing is better, and images now load noticeably faster due to proxying + caching (with HTTP/2 + fewer DNS lookups). You can also now fully opt out of streaks, if you like: /scrappy-togglestreaks all, & they wonโ€™t show up on your profile, Slack status, or elsewhere on Scrapbook. @alchzh upgraded us to Next 9.5 & added tooltips to the contribution chart as well, so thanks! Photo from Switchyard Park, Bloomington.
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@matthewvandyke087+
Today I noticed major spamming taking place with Student Who Code user sign ups. I did research asked around in the Slack and created a simple captcha script with plans to improve it in the future.
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@hkatzdev0
Some slack stuff I can't show so here is the slack sidebar :)
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@tetraoxygen0
Fixinโ€™ my keyboard
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@caleb1
Started work on an Uno game renderer in React (Slack bot to come) :unoreverse:
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@caleb1
Ah yes, Slack bots written in Go :gopher:
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@pragyarajfb130
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@hkatzdev0
Trying to figure out how to make slack command autocomplete disabled on non legacy commands
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