@hsh0Got a digit after almost an year, I used to read every edition of it once upon a time
@sporeball0home now, can open the package from the TypeRacer event
@belle0hey fwens :hyper-dino-wave:
i finally finished the first part of my econ exam prep(!!!)...now it's onto practice :)) also, worked on documentation for toriel :blobattention: – this was my first time making a slightly large change to the documentation of a project and it was surprisingly hard :flushded:. i really enjoyed it tho and it forced me to become a lot more comfortable w/ markdown which is a cool skill to now have hehe. hope y'all have an awesome day!!!
@clairebookworm0Research poster for the JMM conference next week! (pushed from seattle to virtual :( )
@kaidevrim0started writing my first blog post in a while
@karolina0AHHHH I DIDDD ITTTTTTTT :swoledoge:
finally finished the first MVP of my 2022 website. i stuck the prototype up on karolina.mgdubiel.com. considering how much creative freedom i let myself have with it, i'm pretty happy about how it turned out. i will definitely be refining it over the next few weeks until i get to a product i'm really proud of. for now, it's disabled on mobile, so that'll be something to add, too. i think i'll add it to #ship in a few days if i'm happy with it. 🚢
thanks for all your suggestions!! :)) (and if anyone knows how to make the dark mode look less unappealing... lmk)
@clairebookworm0learning scanpy for singe-cell sequencing data analysis and making some pretty clustering graphs
@Andrew0wow. I hit 150 followers on github. getting closer to 200
@Skye0Guess what? I'm back!! Almost done with applying to colleges, I just need to submit my three CUNY schools now. Woohoo! Good luck to everyone that applied this year- also happy new year :celebratoryrat:
@ian1When I first started using Replit, I hated how I could only have 5 always-on repls. I found UptimeRobot, which was okay, but I had to log in and configure something every time I made a new repl. I think Replit is a great way to host small projects like websites or bots, and I wanted an easier way to keep them online. So, I bring you ReplAwake.
To use it, you just click a link and add your repls into .replconfig. ReplAwake handles the rest! You can add more at any time right from within Replit.
You can see it at
:github: GitHub: github.com/yodalightsabr/replawake:replit: Live Version: replawake.yodacode.repl.co:fork: Start an instance: replit.com/github/yodalightsabr/replawake
@rishi0🎉 club ship club ship club ship
:turner: last friday, @heyrajan and i hosted the first hack club meeting at turner fenton for this year! after months of weird bureaucratic idiocy, we got clearance to use the largest makerspace at school—and we filled it up right to the brim!
after a couple days of stickering, we got hundreds of signups and invited everyone to lunch inside the robotics room, where we played a ton of glass animals w/ projectm visualizers on the walls and introduced everyone to the world of hacking ✨
we also got a fair bit of people onto the slack (where we’ll be doing most of our club stuffs); check out #turner and @turner-hackers! club season hasn’t officially started at our school yet, so i was pretty stunned to see the turnout we got—i’m so so so hyped for the next lil bit :parrot_love: you can find a compilation of photos & moments on twitter :))
❤️ happy hacking, homies~
@Ishan0Had fun speaking for 1h20m at @warren's hackathon called Midnight Hacks about CLIs (we all made one together)
@maggie1After seeing unocss at the call with anthony fu, I decided to create a plugin similar to tailwind themes, but for unocss! So I made unocss themes, a variant generator for creating variants for multiple color themes. It allows you to add multiple color themes to a website, and supports attributify mode too! Check out the demo here: unocssthemes.vercel.app (code here).
@deven0Non Technical Ship :shipitparrot:
I’m ridiculously proud of building this lmfao- This truss bridge is built just with regular candy sticks and glue, and took 3 entire days to build from scratch.
We broke the all time high record of 80 pounds cos dis bad boy sustained a total load of 99.2 pounds (45 kgs). It was really fun to do this just after we had completed an entire section of material science and mechanics :peefest:
@ian1:nodejs: api-pathmaker is a module(ish?) that I made to write less code when you’re implementing an API in Node.js. It lets you model the request in object format and then make the request without having to define everything with an http library. I made it because I was tired of having to use a random API just for a few requests (for example, getting cat pictures) and the API doesn’t have a library, but you still want clean code.
It’s kind of a mini-ship and it’s part of a larger project I’m making.
GitHub & Download: github.com/yodaLightsabr/api-pathmaker
@zfogg1✨ Update on Sambox ✨
I have dnsmasq and powerdns-admin setup now!
We're also using Rishi's latent project 🙂
More coming tomorrow, and a #ship promised by the end of the week.
Like not only am I #shipping it, but I am putting it into the mail to a Hack Clubber on Friday! :peefest:
I came across this Movie Lens Dataset thanks to Copilot (this tech is amazin I'm tellin you).
I got inspired by few of the notebooks there and decided to build my own recommender system, the problem was that I didn't know a single thing about recommendation systems so I started extensive research.
After few days of research and few more days of coding it's ready: Movie Recommender
• This is a project in a notebook format as the model and datasets are too heavy to deploy to free services.
• Contains Content-based recommender and Collaborative Filtering recommender
• I try to write detailed README so refer for more details
Find it Here: github.com/Gautam-flash/Movie-Recommender
Two types of results are attached:
Today is my first day at Hack Club, I joined yesterday late afternoon, but today I’m ready to start contributing to this amazing community and start learning a lot of cool stuff and making new friends and having a great time.
I recently (Yesterday) participate at my first Hackathon, and I am currently taking the MIT Beaver Works courses and freeCodeCamp as an introduction to programming, because currently my knowledge of the area falls only on Linux and command line, so I want to expand what I know:
So, as a first post on scrapbook, I made this!
It’s just a collage of some of the Hack Club Stickers but I really like it and currently I don’t
have anything else to share yet, but I will share my future projects and things I’m building and learning as the time passes and my knowledge expands as well!
@clairebookworm0Club fair! 2 hours of screaming, profiling, high fives, and cheers :)
Here is my first ship 🚢,
Its a basic portfolio website build using React and styled using CSS. Its fully responsive and has a smooth scrolling 😁. It is a small project which is made while learning React.
Give me suggestions.
Here is the GitHub link:
@jonah0woo hoo! learning that you can set frames as custom covers for Figma files, I went about designing one for every single project I had. It took a while but was a good excuse to listen to frank sinatra’s entire discography.
@neel.redkar3Weeee a bit late but I wanted to ship our club board! We prepared a bunch for club day at our school (and made use of the dark arts of stickers), and managed to get ~110 emails to spam!!!
I might do a write up about things that helped, but it was super funny because the interactive website demo part (we built a synth that anyone could join in with on their phones) ended up being less helpful than just jumping up and down and yelling, and bribing moles in a bunch of groups to talk about how hackclub is cool (with stickers ofc).
We also managed to get almost 30 people for our first meeting (a lot of people emailed they couldn't make it lol), with a bunch of people coming back from last year, so it was super cool to know that people liked it!
@heyrajan0Hack the north was this weekend, which meant it was time to build—build something big.
This all started off as a platform to yell at people. No, seriously. In Global Politics class, we were introduced to the world of politics that we live in, and well, the propaganda and complexity for democracy shocked us. Articles are long, politics are complex, social issues are widespread, and ranting to friends leads to nowhere. We wanted to build a better way to learn—to clear the mist by alleviating false and opinionated facts through a gamified system. And that’s what Diplomatica is for, bringing the truth to everyone.
The platform is broken down into scraping relevant and desired articles, summarizing them with our AI models, and a decentralized debate platform to spark thought-provoking conversations and to compete with your friends.
A like on devpost, or a star on github, would be greatly appreciated :partyparrot:
Open Sourced @ github.com/Diplomatica-HTN
Live @ diplomatica.vercel.app
Devpost @ devpost.com/software/diplomatica
Hope You Enjoy,
@jasonaa0i got a lil bit of downtime in class today so i made a quick script with puppeteer that logs into my gradebook, takes a screenshot, and ~publically shames me~ forces me to be accountable for my grades! im planning on setting up a cron job to get this to run every friday. see source: github.com/jasonappah/is-clown
@sevara0we made club flyers. our first meeting is next week! hype :hackclub:
@Ishan0Finally got a physical whiteboard to actually get organized, did some homework and we finalized a car to buy!! Took so dang long in the showroom. Also played the actual Atari lunar lander whoaaaa.
Edit: I tried to make the photo of my to-do list small to hide the stuff on it but damn you 4K resolution
@bansalrohan180Small ship! :shipitparrot:
I recently learned about verlet integration from a video I watched (Sebastian Lague), and decided to hack up a small demo last night around structure physics. See the video below!
Check the live demo out here: rbansal.dev/rope-physics
Wanted a super chill project to work on over the weekend so I made verpi, a program to show the status of your vercel deployments on a small light strip! Alongside a super clean codebase it also has this nifty little python script to compile a binary on the pi without changing your local environment one bit! Below is a quick demo:
github.com/gleich/verpi@CyberJunk-U02CXMCFQR20Just wanted to get started with the scrapbook:ac--npc-jack: