@alialiwa20050Today, I've designed badges representing memberships of my Outernet guild, :ows: Outernet Web Services (OWS.hackclub.com), for bearers :tw_globe_with_meridians: Outernet Passports!
There are three main types of passport marks issued by :verified-red: Outernet Web Services' Department of Guild (OWS' version of the U.S.' passport-issuing Department of State):
• ⛺ The primary one signifies ones' membership (citizenship) of Outernet Web Services. This is awarded to our valued guild members, who support OWS & make it possible!
• 🛠️ The second one is issued to our guild's Cloud Infrustructure Engineers, who are directly involved with hands-on tasks when it comes to setting up and maintaining Outernet Web Services' infrustucture. Guild members who help operate and manage the essential services that keep Outernet Web Services running recieve this.
◦ :gold: Additionally, there is a rare honorary variant of this second stamp, the "OWS Honorable Member" passport mark, issued to those who have significantly & uniquely provided backing for Outernet Web Services' guild mission of connecting Outernet though cloud computing.
• 🤝 The third type of OWS passport mark is issued to Outernet Web Services guild officials, such as co-leaders, primary points of contacts, & ambassadors.
Thanks to the :outernet: Outernet Passport Guild for Inspiration!
@Sam0Another interesting Shad :shad: day! Had a workshop on indigenous Inuit art and 🪡 sewing. Also visited the University of Calgary’s solar car ☀️ team. Super cool how it can keep driving with just the sun.
@cwalker0Just got a bunch of badass new hardware from my buddy Eric at PriusOffroad. This is going to enable an awesome new project I’m super excited to tell you all about ^_^
@ZeroQL0#w-of-the-day day 179
behold, my flag submission(s) for outernet
The color scheme is mainly from the outernet website along with the base color of the Vermont flag. With the iconic hack club flag soaring above the mountains indicating their takeover of the northeast kingdom
I mainly followed CGP grey's state flag video rules and tbh it looks pretty cool, might try a few different designs tomorrow.
@Micha0Just wrapped up the PCB design for a haptic feedback fidget, the E-Fidget Lite! This'll be the 4th E-Fidget.
@Peiprjs0Hackathon was fun. And I got a ton of merch… and of lollipops (pictured below)
@Sameer0Greetings,:beatsaber: fellow Hackers, Hack Clubbers & hardware wizards! It's Day 12 of WHW #hardware-party, and I come bearing exciting news from our winter wonderland drone project. After weeks of hard work, late nights, and endless cups of hot water (Did not have cocoa:sadge:), we've finally done it! Our drone is complete!!!:aussieparrot:
The drone has very cool attachments & features like a high-resolution camera and advanced sensors that can detect changes in temperature, humidity, and air pressure. It's highly adaptable and can fly in humid, fog, and terrain which is difficult to traverse! Along the road, we faced our fair share of difficulties, from debugging code to testing flight stability while being ill, but I overcame them all with the help of my trusty hot water and team spirit.
It was all worthwhile in the end. We have developed a drone that is not only useful but also a tonne of fun.
In the end, I would like to T:hackclub-slack:ANK @HackClubBank-U04SEGJ8WN5 for funding this project and @MelanieSmith for overseeing it, and @TanishqUpmanu-U04F0RWGARH for helping me so much! Now, let's raise a cup of hot water (cocoa for the rich people☕) to this fantastic journey of building a drone project and celebrating its end. This will be my last WHW post and #drone series. Thank you all for supporting! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
PS : Gonna get into all the #44-74 stuff going around! Gotta solve those mysteries YK!
@cytronicoder0Hosting a workshop @ SAIS Hack Club tomorrow! :hyper-popper:
@kognise0:shooting_pepe_cowboy: HOWDY Y’ALL! YEE HAW! HEARD YOUSE FOLKS LIKE GRAPHS AND NERD SHIT!
… that’s enough of that. We occasionally like looking at channel activity. Unfortunately, Slack’s official stats page SUCKS. Poor @KaraMassie has been, like, manually putting stuff into a spreadsheet every week for months.
So. I built her a nice little webapp to see weekly stats in a much improved form factor! Always fun making things from scratch :)
And since this stuff is cool to look at and helpful for everyone, it’s public and open to contributions -> slack-stats.hackclub.dev
@clairebookworm0went to horizon!! taught a p5js workshop, mentored Girl Scouts, crashed the gwc code fair, met some amazing people <3, and had fun in nyc!!
@sampoder0caches! in #caches, we created the art for the boxes that we’ll be using as caches. For a bit of fun we included a small easter egg that uses the cipher wheel! It was also interesting learning about PURL from @reesericci. here’s the Figma file we’re using: www.figma.com/file/gTQBOkFdXCQUeL2yQhmuki/the-cache.
The next step for us is getting these laser cut / engraved! And then ship them around the world...
@malted0Finished building my second A-level coursework project today. Converts decimal to binary and back :P
Ahoy there, matey! Avast ye eyes and lend me thy ears, for I've got a tale to tell ye about a drone unlike any other. This be no ordinary flying contraption, for it be equipped with the finest artificial intelligence and advanced sensors known to man.
Arrr, let me regale ye with the details of this marvelous invention. Our drone, which we'll call the "AI Sentry," is a technological marvel that could make even Blackbeard himself envious. With its advanced sensors, it can detect and track targets from great distances, making it an invaluable tool for surveillance and reconnaissance.
But what truly sets the AI Sentry apart from other drones is its AI capabilities. It has been programmed to learn and adapt to its environment, allowing it to make split-second decisions and adjust its flight path accordingly. Whether it be navigating through treacherous terrain or avoiding obstacles, the AI Sentry is up to the task.
But that be not all, me hearties. The AI Sentry is also capable of autonomous flight, meaning it can operate without the need for human intervention. This makes it an ideal candidate for a wide range of missions, including search and rescue operations, disaster response, and even delivery services.
But let's not forget about the AI Sentry's most impressive feature - its ability to swarm. That's right, this drone can operate in coordinated groups, communicating with each other and sharing information in real-time. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for applications such as security, crowd control, and even entertainment.
So, there ye have it, me buckos. The AI Sentry is a drone like no other, boasting advanced sensors, artificial intelligence, autonomous flight, and swarm capabilities. With its endless possibilities, it's no wonder why it's the talk of the seven seas.
thankyou @HackClubBank-U04SEGJ8WN5 for supporting the project , and special thanks to @MelanieSmith who over time in weekends, I am still making that device to stop you overwork , and @sampoder I assure you this will not crash AGAIN , ps-EPOCH@Sam0Day 1 (the second day) of #frc at Newmarket, Ontario! :first:
Was super fun seeing all the other teams' robot designs.
@e-lee-za0Made a comic page today, just for fun. Me, and a dodgy clone of me, and a big glowey light thing
@alialiwa20050Inspired by Amazon Web Services (AWS) :aws:, Libre Web Services (LWS) :libre-web-services:, also known as "Raspberry Web Services (RWS)" :raspberry-pi-logo:, is a concept built during Hack Club's :hackclub: Winter of Making :wom: 2023 Winter Hardware Wonderland :winter-hardware-wonderland: "10 Days of Making" event is a hackable, scalable, load-balanced, home-hosted, multi-node aarch64 Arm-based :arm: cloud powered by Kubernetes :kubernetes: & Docker :docker:, created by @alialiwa2005 ("Hack Cat" :hacker-cat:), a veteran :scrappy-retro: Hack Club community member :dino-drake-yea: & founder 🧭 of Gaynor McCown Hack Club:gaynormccown:, established in November of 2020 :dinosaur_waving:.
Libre Web Services :libre-web-services: on Hack Club Scrapbook :scrappy: | Libre.hackclub.com
@Vidhaaaaa0:blobhypedance: Day 1/4
Finals finished! and also finally started working on sprig today, made this bitmap :eggsdee:, hopefully everything goes well🤞
@ZeroQL0#w-of-the-day day 55
I spent 3 whole days for math and math only but in the end it was worth it 😎 , i'm running on 3 hours of sleep so no productive stuff today
Here's me in the hc #minecraft server (you guys should join imho).
@Verisimilitude110❄️ Day 3 of Hack Club's Winter Hardware Wonderland ❄️
For my #hardware-party project, I will build a smart plant watering system that uses a microcontroller and sensors to automatically water my plants based on soil moisture levels. I am excited to build this project because I love plants, but I often forget to water them. This system will help me take better care of my plants and save water by only watering when needed.
I've been kinda busy this past week, so I didn't have much time to work on this, but I tested all of my hardware and also fully completed the solar power generator part that will allow me to use the watering system outdoors without having to worry about the battery running out or finding a power source.
@Chris0I guess i will call day one of my #hardware-party, my hardware finally arrived. I have almost everything i need.
But the GPS module is stuck with the delivery people. So now I have to wait a couple of days as it arrive.
I am going start with what i have so far and see how far I van go, as it should be quick once i receive the rest g the hardware
@parkalex3800Me abusing my school account’s unlimited storage to store mc server backups
@christina6950Next.js! Got started on my first website using Next.js . . . It may- or may not- be a project where I help the local library create a Legos Station for kids
@Sam0Testing out parts to make sure they work for the 10 days of making! First time working with steppers. Hopefully I did nothing wrong!@Verisimilitude110Learning how to use PocketBase - it's a really cool way to link your database with your frontend and Go backend!