@Raymond-U04DEFEPSES0Just shipped my new personal website out in the wild! raygoo.tech
This is like my 3rd design and I'm really happy with how this turned out and yes, it is written in svelte after switching from solid-start to nextjs and now finally on sveltekit. safe to say, I really enjoy svelte.
I think my design skills are improving slowly. Please let me know if there's any improvements I can make on the design aspect.
Full ugly source code: github.com/provsalt/provsalt
@zrl1Finally reinstalled NixOS on my desktop and got it running with Sway. That was so much harder than expected. Thanks to everyone in #zrl-land who helped me think through window manager options!@j_cordz7+Once again I'm designing my personal website, and I'm currently going to start the V3 (internal) that probably will become the open-source (and public) V1! I have new custom HTML and CSS files that I'll add into my Astro files :astro: and I'll also use a new font besides my usual Space Grotesk! So let's see how this works. :thinking:
@galadriel4Slowly building my sprig game! The editor was a little confusing at first, but I think I'm starting to get used to it.@Lucas7+Finally, I will be able to get my passport! I hope the Federal Police don't think I'm a drug dealer
@galadriel4Just datasheets all the way down. I should probably organize this. I think I have some extra binders somewhere.
@Aiden0I've started work on my personal website, and I think I'm 50% done by now! However, the languages modal is not dynamic (will be changed soon).
@e-lee-za0Some marker doodles :D still trying to think of what happens next in the story…
@reesericci0day 15/10 for #10-days-in-public: I nerded out about jetlag today and I think I'm going to get some posters that someone designed on twitter printed up for my birthday
@SanjayNagesh-U03LZ42C3B80#10-days-in-public day 5/10- was planning my sprig case out and I want it colored but the challenge is I have to make each piece of the case like a puzzle and attach it and the nozzle of the 3d printer which I am using isn't precise/thin enough so I think I'm gonna just go plain. Still have to start doing the 3d cad part but yeah I have a designs DN stuff in my mind
Rhyme really wants a game she can play to calm down whenever she has a bad time, so we're going to start making one.
i spent a lot of time trying to set up a skeleton app in C++ with webview before making a repository, but that kind of defeats our purpose, i think, so we might use our very own victus in an Electron app instead.
here be dragons. -X
@j_cordz7+Today is November 1! Besides school, I didn't made a lot of things, but I've been thinking on finishing my #scrapbook streak. :sadge::hack-club: Here's some more Dalle Pictures I did with the AI! 🤖
@ced0trying to make @Omay's 2D life game run on the device. The problem is, it's using x2 as much memory as the pico even has. Yeah.
right now, it uses getAll to find all of the tiles on the map that are "living" or "dead."
however, Omay's map is 1028 tiles large.
So there's 2056 tiles between the arrays and their clones.
I'm going to rewrite it so that instead of using getAll, it loops over the map using for loops.
@maggie0progress! i think it made it a bit too hard 😅 editor.sprig.hackclub.com/?id=8cc163a3c4fbcd424886a84f14b1d963@linkai0#10-days-in-public day 8/10
i worked on updating the methodology page of the polistat website! the class made some updates so i converted the changes into markdown — im thinking of making a md editor page so they can write their own md files in the future for the blog. also, i realized how to add remark/rehype plugins to next-mdx-remote, so now there’s footnotes, tables and more. that’s all for today :)
@e-lee-za0I have still been studying a lot and I think I’m getting somewhere
Did this tiny doodle of my eyes
@matthew0day 6 of #10-days-in-public: yesterday after publishing & writing basic docs for 0.1 of @purduehackers/time, i noticed a bunch of things that needed to be better. today i addressed some of these things, the most significant of which is that you can set custom colors on a lightning time object after you initialize it.
this package probably still needs some more work before it's actually good, but working on it is starting to feel like less of a challenge. i kinda want to take a break from it and instead work on creating a simple MDX blog and then write a blog post and ship it. i've been thinking about this for a few days now but haven't gotten around to actually doing it. i'm hoping i can get to it after i get home tomorrow night.
@JosephDong0#10-days-in-public day 4 recap (4/10)
Went w family to amusement parks for the whole day, not much progress at projects tho but it’s coming closer to a close! got my fill to bridge transition down and chorus 2 to drop 2, still need some work on drop1 to bridge and drop 2 to outro and i think it’s just mixing and making cover art and we should be good for a release
i desperately need a haircut
i think i have a cat allergy : (
@maggie0Day 3 of #10-days-in-public! Added some images to fill up the empty space; I think it looks better now :partyparrot:. Next step will be making it responsive…
Check out what I currently have 👉 lelandcs-v2.vercel.app
@zrl1Day 2/10 of #10-days-in-public! I’m working to rebuild my personal website, zachlatta.com, over the next 10 days with the key new feature being the ability to render content from a subset of my notes in Obsidian.
Today I focused on getting the script I wrote to separate out my Obsidian notes into a separate repo deployed to a server and running every 15 seconds. I ran into some tricky issues around authentication, but got it working! All the public notes are now being pushed to github.com/zachlatta/public-notes.
Next step is to build out the new Next.js site to render those notes on zachlatta.com in a nice clean way. I’m also thinking of adding some sort of GitHub commit chart-esque visual to the new site, and perhaps a streak mechanism too.@sahitid0day 2/10 of #10-days-in-public: working on sprig sprig sprig :sprig-dino: i've never made a project with js before but i'm not complaining bc this is a pretty hype first project lol. i pseudocoded how i think the game should work (it's a basic one but hey- it's the thought that counts :thumbsupparrot:and bonus: ik i'll never get tired of playing it lol). also i made more sprites and finished the map, so here's day 2 of me gatekeeping my game while you guys try to guess what it is <3
@jc0(Trying again.) Day 2 of #10-days-in-public! I got blockquotes, inline code, italics, and horizontal breaks working. I'm thinking of working on code blocks next, and getting a GitHub repo and blog post up and running.@ella0Day 1 of #10-days-in-public: not exactly the project I rsvp’ed with because I’ve been busy working on this Other Thing—I’m running a booth with Liv and Belle at a conference for high school girls in Vermont tomorrow to demo Sprig & talk about Hack Club, so I’ve been thinking of how to make that fun and engaging. In preparation for that, today, I spun up an interactive web thing (similar to hackclub/assemble-tv-thing) and also assembled a Sprig console.
@KaraMassie-U032A2PMSE90my day 1/10 of #10-days-in-public was finding and watching YT vids on how to make mo(u)lds. Turns out there a lot of different ways to do it! my thing is about 8x3" and I think I want to use a silicone rubber cut mould.
Found this guy's channel - seems to know wth he's talking about www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw1NzWHwqH8
@e-lee-za0I think I lost my streak but anyways I was sketching these and I’ll finish them later
@msw0there’s something wrong with these cookies. i think i just got my first ai-generated captcha? perfect timing b/c i just started to get into ai image generation
@reesericci0Not to take away from the legendary Vermont Vibes, I rebuilt my personal site (same layout & stuff) using Astro + Svelte + MDX instead of my old SvelteKit + mdsvex setup. I have to say I like astro and how it works - very easy. I also blatantly stole a toast from wack club to advertise hack austin. All in all, I'm glad I did it because it gave me familiarity with astro - like I think I could be just as quick as SK considering SK's routing got a lot worse recently. reeseric.ci
(here's an image to please scrappy)
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80Part 2 of recreating simulations i saw in 3b1b:
the heat equation
Now that I think about it, like 25% of all the projects i've made are inspired by 3b1b
@aaryan0Reading about HTTP/3 ⚡ and the myths around it (spoiler alert, it doesn't solve world hunger! ) Found this amazing article on http3 in the smashing magazine newsletter 🗞️ and now I'm thinking of giving a tech talk on it soon. Probably this or the next Friday at the recurse center.
@carrot0I was bored so I picked a chip from ZeptoBars to reverse engineer. This is a CD4000 which contains 2x 3-input NOR gate + 1x inverter gate. I've labelled the main logic components of the chip.
Interesting fact: The 3-input NOR is implemented as an inverter + AND gate. I wonder why they didn't do the layout for the NOR gate directly :thinking:
@ella0Learned how to use the wood lathe and started working on this maple bowl. I think it's probably my favorite machine in the wood shop.
@Sam0Made this today, and it's not actually terrible.
@reesericci0just a quick idea & design. what do y'all think?
@ced0im thinkin @lmcelroy should pursue a career in hand modeling, what do yall think?
thanks @msw for laser cutting the case design!
what am i looking at?
this is the latest prototype of the sprig, a handheld console for running games made with #sprig
(sprig is a lil tool for making games out of tiles)
also the editor is named sprig. we mightve named too many things sprig
@ara0Today was a good day! Well, it was alright to be frank.
I got lots to share, so let's begin!
I had some school stuff, which went decent. 1 test that I think I did good on, and somethign I don't think i ddi that well on. I got good progress on an assignment for another class to, so that's :yay:
I took a new book out from the libary: Children of Blood and Bones. Couple pages in, my thoughts? 📖 It is a beatifually written book, and I cannot wait to read it more. Reviews are also good!
I did some programming today 🧑💻 after a while (kind-of)
I found this tutorital on for loops and data for :python: Python. I did most of it, and it's actually really intresting. I lik what you can do with for loops, I plan on finiishing this later this week. I'll ship it here, with my own data and ideas ( i got a few after I look another article on what I can do with this)
You can check it out here; www.dataquest.io/blog/python-for-loop-tutorial
@j_cordz7+Today starts May! And that means my birthday 🍰 🎂 is in two weeks! :parrotdad::tw_spiral_calendar_pad: Here's as well a picture of a plant 🌱 I took today and a very awesome picture of my new Scrapbook CSS Stylesheet! :css: This is the most complex design I've done for it: It includes a custom background with a texture, gradients, special sized borders with a cool :cooll-dino: red color #EC2F3A I did with the hexadecimal value, and great Pseudo-elements like :before and :after! Also thanks to the #scrapbook Prisma/Postgres:prisma::postgres: database I learned that I have a 210 days streak! And speaking again on this, here's my Scrapbook website and the GitHub :github:Gist! Feel free to star ⭐ it if you like it!
@j_cordz7+Today I had Biology 🌱 Lab 🧪 and the answers of the Biology 🦠 test I did a while ago! I got the second highest score on it. 🥈 I also have new design ideas for my website! :yay: Here's some random pictures 📸 from my gallery because there's nothing to add in here. I should probably have a default image to add to my Scrapbook :hack-club: when there's nothing else to add :thinking: , so I'm going to be designing that soon! :quad_parrot: