I managed to progress on the second version of my parser (and I named it Kaku because it's simple and I find the intonation to be cute) but I have mixed feelings about it. It has bugs and shortcoming, the code is a mess and I'm starting to feel tired of working on it. I like my syntax but I overestimated my capacity at doing this kind of stuff and now I feel depressed. #theWorkshop
Demo if you want to try it: https://thomasorus.github.io/Kaku/
Immersive retro-OS style website with summer 80's vibes. https://poolside.fm/
Looks like it's a Vue js app under the hood. Just a blank screen if you have JS disabled.
CW: auto-plays music after you click in, and I'm not sure if every random video clip is appropriate for all audiences.
hey just a friendly reminder that i'm dumb as fuck and software development is dumb as fuck and everyone that does it is dumb as fuck and everyone who hires anyone that does it is dumb as fuck. we're all dumbfucks. some of us just have slightly more experience in certain parts of the dumbfuckery. don't worry about being perfect with your code just do it and learn from it
I have no idea how I'm going to use it just yet, but progress has been made on a todo.txt parser :)
For curiosity's sake, I asked them if they are seriously offering a $2/h job. Let's see.
Currently, to create a new post with Saishō I have to SSH into the machine to create it or upload via SFTP. This is far from ideal.
Besides GitHub sync (or similar), which other, more comfortable ways exist to streamline this process?
I could always code a small GUI for post submission, but that will require some security and such.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.