My Devember 2022 project is writing an application that generates a work log and emails it to an email address. I’m a novice so I expect to learn a lot from this project. I’ve never used github before but, if I make one for this I’ll be sure to share a link to it.
My Devember 2022 project is a subset of my larger Ansible project. My goals are to document, comment and push my inventory role and host collection to Github. This totals 11 roles and one lookup plugin.
I imagine I will make some minor changes to the roles as I revisit all of them, but the primary focus will be on documentation, comments and formatting.
Better late than never. I pushed several commits tonight. This is incremental progress on an ongoing project so I don’t think it makes sense to compete against other Devember projects. It was just an excuse to get some work done. FWIW, the software management role was written entirely during the Devember2022 period, so I guess that could be considered my Devember goal.
I’m hoping to accomplish a little bit more then just installing TrueNAS and calling it a day, I would like to explore “infrastructure as code” by storing any configuration changes that That I make by in a program on a USB stick so when I blow something up and need to start over from scratch re-configuring everything will be easier.
My Devember project is to fix the builds and implementations of the series of libraries used to get full NodeJS running under a Java Minecraft mod, it’s almost there, there’s just a lot to do to get it working well.
First time participating, I’ll try to do a web based Spotify playlist generator based on user followed artists that will also help people discover new artists.
I work in software mainly in C# but rarely touch anything web frontend so that will be interesting.
Good luck to you all!
I’d like to formally announce my participation in this year’s Devember.
It just so happened that since the beginning of the month I’ve been working on adding the features that I needed to microsocks socks5 proxy. I haven’t programmed in C for at least 6 years, so I’ve been a bit rusty, but it’s a great exercise, and the author of this software has been very helpful and forthcoming with his feedback.
Features that I’m adding:
Ability to specify a particular dns server to be used for lookups - done
Ability to specify a whitelist of allowed ip addresses that can connect to the running proxy server - in progress.
It’s possible that some of this work will be included with future releases, but it’s up to rofl0r of course.
I will edit this post and link to my blog once the work is finished, so that I can publish the patch files and build instructions.
My Devember 2022 project is to re-release my assorted bash scripts, and build a CGI front-end for them, inspired by Windows XP.
EDIT: The scope has somewhat changed, and it is now aiming to be a simple server control panel.
Hello im Ryan from Vancouver Canada, been dabling in code here and there never fully commiting to learning a language just getting done what I needed to at the time for work etc… I have made a CRM in Django in the past and a few programs to integrate things like commercial scales into a industrial process.
My main job title has been IT Manager but since its been for small companies this really just means IT Jack of all trades. In my last job which I worked for 5yrs I also did a lot of Industrial Automation.
The past month or so iv been trying to build up my github projects as after christmas I will be on the hunt for a new job(was laid off in september).
A few weeks back Linus from LTT made a comment on the WAN show about wanting a website that listed all the shows cancelled by netflix. In the vein of killedbygoogle.com so I am making SlainbyNetflix.com
I have already finished a prototype, that I believe has all the cancelled shows on it which I scraped from themoviedb.org.
I need to refine the scraping program as while it works it definately has some bugs(a little loopy when it shouldn’t be)
Most importantly I need to come up with a way of figuring out if a show was cancelled suddenly or ended gracefully.
After reading another thread and a suggestion there by @MilzyBee of a tutorial covering how to create a speach sentiment program in python I thought an idea might be to parse all the reviews on the last episode of a show and flag that Netflix Series as probably ending suddenly.
Then a reviewer can quickly double check it. Whilke this still needs manual review it will be a lot quicker than a person checking each one seperately.