designing outfits is difficult
even more heads
I really miss collaborative coworking. I did it a bunch in college, but I've had trouble finding space / time to consistently meet people afterwards to do it. It doesn't help that Seattle doesn't have much in the way of free coworking spaces.
I guess 'jam session' is the term that most aligns with what I'm thinking, except for making software and games and stories?
I like collaborating with people, I don't do it enough nowadays.
There were several directions I could've taken with this tool; either run it from the server as a webhook on push (which is what I did), or locally as a post-commit script.
I chose the post-push method primarily because I often rewrite or revise commits before pushing. It does mean that I'll have to write integrations for every git provider I use though, and relies on having a web server.
I got the idea to create a mastodon bot that streams out the contents of my git commits (for low-friction project updates) from a conversation with @dualhammers
So far I’ve found https://gist.github.com/kylefrost/f3841e76749dc64f4b5e - which is an outdated log of someone doing something similar for twitter
Did another small site update. Added the links to the footer after getting some feedback about it.
I've also been putting more writing on the site, which is completely unorganized right now - but I think I've got a way to create a sitemap, and need to implement it now.
In the meantime, I think my favorite writing I've put up so far is this one, about the sites I've made before: https://amorphic.space/amorphic/past-sites-past-lives/
site is finally live. https://amorphic.space
(Note that this is not at all what I envision the design to be. I literally just tacked on a space background and random image gradients atop of what I already had.
Though I'm now invested enough in space background that I *really* want to make it work)
I got a bit distracted while designing my new website, and wound up looking into my archives of all the personal sites I made in the past.
And wow, I really liked space backgrounds. In fact, I still really like space backgrounds.
...I also might've figured out why part of why all my projects take so long to complete.
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