@rajan.ag0056For people that are normally active, you might have heard me once or twice ~definitely not 10+ times~ talk about a history assignment. This assignment is the rising factor of why I haven’t been coding for the past bit, BUT I AM PROUD TO SAY ITS DONE. I know this isn’t necessarily scrapbook worth content, but there is literally nothing else I have done. Anyways, over my Spring Break next week, should be more active with ships!!
@caleb4Big news: scrapbooks now have RSS feeds! 🎉 Visit yours by appending .rss to the end of your scrapbook's URL, e.g. scrapbook.hackclub.com/caleb.rss (doesn't support custom domains)
You should also be able to run /feed subscribe <https://scrapbook.hackclub.com/username.rss> to subscribe a Slack channel to your scrapbook, but I admittedly haven't tried it.
Thanks @sampoder for helping out! :sam-1:
@Jeffrey1Hello 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.
@caleb4one more dinopoll update before i go to sleep :interested_dino:
the polling dino has its own workflow step now, so you can automate the creation of polls! 📈
@matthew0After this DM conversation this morning, I realized I had had this same DM conversation toooo many times to count. Normally what I do is get their user ID with /lookup, then go into Clippy's Airtable, search for their user ID, find the name of their channel, and DM it to them. Today I added a short command to Clippy—/clippy-channel—that does all that for me. It even gives me the direct link to their channel so that I can go to it via @clippyadmin if something's wrong. This was literally a 2-minute project so it's a pretty tiny ship but still yay! :clippy:
@caleb4Some exciting new @undefined updates! :confused-dino:
• First off, polls now have a handy-dandy progress bar ███████ to let you know how popular an option is at a glance :eyes_squint:
• Second off, you can now create polls that allow other people to add options; super handy if you're looking for recommendations or project name/domain ideas! (it's also a super sneaky way of adding more than 4 options to a poll :blobninja:)
@rajan.ag0056i 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.
@Odyssey3461yesterday i tried Go and WebViews lmao, was kinda fun
@JohnLins0I've been working on these machine learning slides for quite some time... I'll be recording a few videos soon of me going over the concepts. I hope to cover the basics, gradient decent, and word vector + training them with thr skip-gram model. I'll let you guys know when I publish!
@JohnLins0The past few weeks i've been programming a few math physics simulations in C! It's been fun to see the theory come alive! So far I've made simulations for: damped harmonic motion, a physics force table, 3D gradient decent, elastic collisions 💥, & gravitational acceleration. I'll be posting the executables at simulations.johnlins.com soon if you'd like to experiment with them!
@caleb4also made this little clicking animation using a fancy CSS selector with a Bulma modal
@christina6951watched 30 mins of Harvard’s free CS50 intro to CS class- just finished explaining binary numbers and is now giving an overview of basic programming, including the concepts of if/then, loops, variables and functions
@rajan.ag0056Finally starting my Typescript course! (if this isn’t a good one, please let me know and direct me to another haha). Let’s hope for the best!!
@ferferite3A phone I am working on, the hardware is mostly done, waiting for the camera module to arrive. It's using an orange pi 3G board, running Android. It's the second time I am making the case for the phone, but this time I am adding a camera to it and making the case nicer in general(thinner, using brackets to hold in the parts instead of glue and using as many screws as possible).
@rajan.ag0056Just added this banner to my client’s website! Everything is done with Vanilla, because I started this project before my interest for React grew!!
@manasmw3330This 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!
@RobertGoll0I rendered something for the very first time- It's a concept starship launch tower!
@JulieGauthier0Got Orpheus Leap up and running and set up to program on! Gotta take stock of all of my components and sensors and stuff and then pick a project that involves none of it so I have to go to the electronics store
@BetsyZhang0Ahhh coded my first discord bot and can't believe it actually works! Thanks so much for updating the workshop btw!
@benjamin0Making lots of progress on the components for my newest app :lego_brick: ✨