I fully expect this will go nowhere because (a) I’m terrible at getting people to use my stuff and (b) Rails isn’t cool any more. But I’m fine with that.
This is also definitely coding as therapy, and me retreating into my happy place rather than face actual reality.
I make no promises it’s any good. I’m just scratching my own itch here.
God I love the early hours of making software. This is my favourite bit. It’s all downhill from here.
Making a thing to manage files for 3d printing. Nice to remember I can still *do* stuff sometimes. https://imgur.com/gallery/hjlQ7IJ
Coding to relax, but I can't get Three.js to load into Rails 6 with webpacker. What am I doing wrong here? https://github.com/Floppy/van_dam/pull/3/files
Weekend achievement #3: Got the library scanner working for my self-hosted 3d print file library, VanDAM:
Weekend achievement #2: taught an 8-year-old girl to pick locks as well, and launched her on a life of crime.
I wonder if this is part of what stops organisations with similar goals from working together, a desire to preserve their identity and be the Hero.
“Try” here isn’t necessarily intentional I don’t think; it’s subliminal, an implicit driver that nobody even realises. And it’s not embodied in individuals, but in the institution itself.
Open social media for the UK