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  1. aerialbot Public

    A simple yet highly configurable Mastodon/Twitter bot that posts geotagged aerial imagery of a random location in the world.

    Python 195 14

  2. Build presentation slides with Markdeep and present them right in your browser.

    JavaScript 146 11

  3. nyum Public

    A simple Pandoc-powered static site generator for your recipe collection – it effortlessly turns a set of Markdown-formatted recipes into a lightweight, responsive, searchable website.

    HTML 128 24

  4. handwriting Public

    A SQL implementation of an ancient handwriting recognition algorithm.

    TeX 74 8

  5. uji Public

    A minimalist generative art thing – press the buttons and play with the sliders!

    JavaScript 149 8

  6. wikipediastats Public archive

    A Haskell-powered Twitter bot that posts milestones and statistics of various Wikipedias.

    Haskell 2

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December 2022

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