This weekend I built a tool in Rust to collect information from all the ports in the FreeBSD ports tree and compile it into a mobile friendly website. Still a work in progress but it's going well.

The new estimated release frequency of podcasts in Overcast 5 is one of those delightful little features that's not essential but so nice when it's there.

marco.org/2018/09/17/overcast5

Plume is a federated blogging application that talks ActivityPub built in

github.com/Plume-org/Plume

This was a combination I didn't expect to see. It's ok but could probably use a bit more salt.

Replacing the controller in my HHKB JP with a Hasu controller to make it fully programmable.

This is fun: Stephen Hackett worked his way through every major release of macOS since the Mac OS X Public Beta and catalogued them in an collection of screenshots.

Currently, the library includes 1,502 images.

512pixels.net/2018/08/introduc

I'll pretend I'm learning things at RustConf and continue reading the book mastodon.social/media/vzwVQnIF

Finally got my digital photo frame app running on a Raspberry Pi. It's written in and uses via parts of the Piston game framework.

I've also got a cross compilation worklow working that means I can compile the binary on my laptop and then just copy it over to the Pi.

Need to improve the performance a bit next.

Odysseus is a web browser for elementary OS being built by @alcinnz and co. Looks nice alcinnz.github.io/Odysseus/

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