2017-05-30 Planning for my Summer of Code

Soon, summer break. Sadly, this year begins later than usual. I have to wait until mid July! 😢

This is what I’m contemplating:

  1. work on the Gridmapper Megadungeon Generator.
  2. work on making Gridmapper useful for grid-based wilderness maps, like this map by Edward Kann (it reminds me of Ultima IV and Ultima V)
  3. allow Oddmuse to upload pictures by “pasting” them into the text area like GitHub does it (notes)
  4. maybe resume working on Oddmuse and WebDAV?
  5. also, practice playing the recorder
  6. add more face elements to my digital set for the Face Generator
  7. is Oddmuse ready for Perl 6? Apparently there is no Mojolicious for Perl 6! Installing rakudobrew and zef. I’d probably be using Bailador and HTTP::Easy.
  8. a city map creator like this but colorful, like this
  9. read Piracy by Adrian Johns (see 2015-07-14 No Copyright)
  10. read Against Intellectual Monopoly by Michele Boldrin and David K. Levine (see 2017-06-25 Against Intellectual Monopoly)

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As a note, I’ve done some experiments with perl 6 grammars for parsing wikitext. If done right, it will be possible to merge two grammars into one simply by creating a class with two parents, e.g. markdown+creole (or even markdown + tables :P). Pretty cool stuff.

By the way, I’ll be free from June 13th and onwards, so feel free to ping me about anything.

– AlexDaniel 2017-06-05 15:34 UTC


Yay!!

Also, im thinking we should just rewrite all of Oddmuse and not just port the existing code.

– Alex Schroeder 2017-06-05 19:01 UTC


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