Hack and Tell, 2013-12-10
From empty editor buffers came:
A simple image uploader authored by Kai
Hendry, so his parents can share
photographs with less fuss.
An Ansible module to deploy SSH configuration
files, hand crafted by
A toolchain to build a Kindle eBook of the Feynman
Lectures, thanks to Patrick
Tan, and (to the smallest
Life, a tool to visualise
a timeline of life events, by Lim Chee
Aun. It may be enough to say over
eighteen hundred people have forked his life so far.
kopi.js; a parser for
descriptions of Singapore coffee, in Coffeescript, with
accompanying unit tests. So far this seems to have received major
contributions from Chee Aun, Lakshan
Choon Kee Oh.
Melvin Zhang: a self-applicable
LLVM front-end for a subset of Scheme.
imap2json, also by
Kai; this serves chosen IMAP
directories through a web interface, so conversations can be
referenced without in-MUA forwarding.
Patrick Haller spoke on Ender's
Game and game design, which I believe has resulted in the formation
of a meetup group to discuss principles thereof. See this
for more details.
James and Chinmay Pendharkar
discussed plans for developing systems to moderate door access to
the Hackerspace. Rahul and
Shan are also involved with this.