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What programming/technical projects have you been working on?

This is a recurring post to discuss programming or other technical projects that we've been working on. Tell us about one of your recent projects, either at work or personal projects. What's interesting about it? Are you having trouble with anything?

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    admicos
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    Still working on Moonlander, my graphical (Linux only) Gemini client. (Previous Thread) Since posting that, Moonlander has, at least for me, reached daily driver status, though since I don't do...

    Still working on Moonlander, my graphical (Linux only) Gemini client. (Previous Thread)

    Since posting that, Moonlander has, at least for me, reached daily driver status, though since I don't do much on Gemini, there are missing stuff still. Also, there are now pre-built binaries in case anybody else wants to take it for a spin.

    For what's new, I've done a dev log post on Gemini a couple days ago:

    and I still do the semi-realtime dev updates on Mastodon whenever I'm working on it: https://mastodon.social/@admicos

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    1. Heii
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      Moonlander looks amazing. Great work! Gemini sites and projects are really booming lately. What got you interested in it?

      Moonlander looks amazing. Great work! Gemini sites and projects are really booming lately. What got you interested in it?

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  2. joplin
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    Over the weekend I picked up a couple of software synths for Logic Pro that emulate old synths I loved as a kid. They're pretty impressive and in some ways better than the originals (more...

    Over the weekend I picked up a couple of software synths for Logic Pro that emulate old synths I loved as a kid. They're pretty impressive and in some ways better than the originals (more polyphony, better UI, etc.). I have written a software synth in the past, so I thought I might try my hand at it again after seeing what I can do with it. So I started working on one. It's in the very preliminary stages. At this point I'm just generating a waveform and playing it out the speaker. I don't even have it packaged up in a useable way for a DAW to access it. I have grand ambitions on the UI that I don't know if I can realistically implement. It may fall apart completely, or I may scale back, or maybe I'll push myself and actually get it working. Who knows? It will be a fun diversion. I'm taking next week off of work, so it will give me something to do with my days since I can't go anywhere due to the pandemic.

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