Hello Merveilles! I'm Rick! I have a lot of interests in things like coding, writing, music, conlanging, conworlding.etc .etc
My current main projects (which I'm in the processing of putting online for others to see) are:
-Nuarvaen, a personal ConLang with vague inspiration from Latin and Japanese
-Silane.pw, my website, which I'm rebuilding in the Crystal language and hoping to turn into a kind of custom exocortex for myself
Looking forward to sharing a space with y'all!
I'm making a function with the declaration as follows:
subtract_point_from_point(point p1, point p2)
I'm running into an issue with figuring out the order that the subtract should happen in
So, feel free to let me know which one you prefer, or if you have any strong source saying one way or the other, because I can't find any!
EFDN Meta, Unscheduled Downtime
Self-hosting from a machine literally in my room is fantastic for a number of reasons
Unfortunately, it means that when something happens to the paper in my room, it all goes down.
After unplugging something from an outlet in my room, it started sparking really bad. As such, I went and turned off the breaker to my room. Nothing caught fire and only the outlet is damaged.
However, it means that EFDN will be down until I get a new outlet installed.
Notetaking Software Musing
...attached to it, itself. Which isn't how directories work.
But, this is pretty much *exactly* how @neauoire 's Paradise works (iirc), so now I'm basically clamoring for Paradise-Style notetaking app!
Might make for a neat project for me to do, now that Ykani is at feature parity with my old server!
Notetaking Software Musing
My note taking software of choice at the moment is, unfortunately, OneNote
In particular, I make great use of the fact it lets you organize notes into as many levels of descent as you want, similar to directories on a computer, but where it's simply just pages in a hierarchy. The "directory" is just another page.
So organizing notes according to the way filesystems works would almost work for me, but the problem is in making each directory also have content...
My website, norikawa.cc, is officially in working order! Some things to add and to fix (notably: the bar of outside account links at the bottom), but it's pretty much done!
It's running fully on Ykani, a system I've built for my own needs which I finally got in working shape today! You can see the source here (feel free to critique every last part of it!) https://git.efdn.club/norikawa/ykani
Asking for Tech Help w/ Gitea
So, I'm having difficulty pushing the newest commit of Ykani from my workstation to my Gitea instance, it keeps coming up with: error: RPC failed; HTTP 413 curl 22 The requested URL returned error: 413
followed by a couple of:
fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly
The newest commit is quite large, as I added in a buuuunch of media files, and so my best guess is that it's hitting a size limit for a single commit.
20 y/o guy currently working on rebuilding my site using Crystal!
Also interests in: OS Dev, Game Dev, Music-making, Writing, ConLanging/ConWorlding
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