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I checkout out an open source SVN project, and it took 3 hours to be done. I'm happy we're using git nowadays

the answer is most of the time lack of support and or motivation. or -i hit a boring part and couldn't be bothered anymore-

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I've gotten to a point where I don't look at previous projects with disgust but more like "this was really cool, why did I never finish this?".

Also JSFiddle links are apparently ~suspicious~ :(

I was trying to make a "particle system", and made some stupid flickering stuff with it. after a while I figured out how to spawn things on an SVG path

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3. Flaregun: https://jsfiddle[.]net/EaterOfCode/5ayhk/9/ https://jsfiddle[.]net/EaterOfCode/5ayhk/3/ (may freeze your browser) https://jsfiddle[.]net/EaterOfCode/5ayhk/6/

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2. The forever wall: https://jsfiddle[.]net/EaterOfCode/N9ZUH/3/

I played around with the idea of having 3 div's forever looping if you scroll, which had a pretty cool effect :)

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so after a lot of googling and totally not grasping the idea of how rotation works in 3D space, I created this. I created a Tumblr theme out of it, it was completely unusable because the cube was too narrow :')

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1. The 3D cube in HTML: https://jsfiddle[.]net/EaterOfCode/Yb7t6/

This is out of something like, 2013-2014, and CSS3 was just getting traction, so I was just fucking around with that. till I had the idea, "why not make a UI that's a giant cube you can interact with"

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When I was ~16-18 I would just -fuck around- in JSFiddle and create stupid shit.

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Only in PHP you will find a function with the docs describing it as "Binary safe case-insensitive string comparison. "

the most sound lib I've found is which is C++ and actually makes zero implications about what data you're sending. so guess I'll build a Rust server around that

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Everybody is foaming on about live555 as if it's godsend and it's almost not documented, the FAQ says "there no docs read the code" like wtf

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If you thought WebRTC is a tire fire? you should look at RTP (the protocol WebRTC is build on).

future user: "My copy of Buttplug doesn't work"

me: "What version are you running"

user: "420.69.666"

me: "And you didn't see a problem with this?"

user: "It's a piece of software called Buttplug"

me: "Ok. Fair."

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Ah a female character? let's put some GIANT ASS BOOBS ON THERE. THAT MAKES SENSE.

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WebAssembly really opens new possibilities, like e.g. providing the whole Opus library, because the WebAudio API is lacking for non-PCM data! (while the Opus library is already included in every major browser. but details.)

the worst part about Spectre is that SharedArrayBuffer's are behind a flag again

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