A smaller status update

Except for the ordinary slavery going on at school I’m working on a bunch of projects


A rewrite of Lolikins’ rewrite (which I never finished), sort of.
Made in Python instead of PHP which gives a couple of quite nice advantages such as:

  • SSL support again
  • Clean code (PHP looks dirty for some reason, probably all those $)
  • Module reloading without the use of unsupported extensions

Oh and I have someone helping me out actively this time (which means it’ll probably be finished too).


As usual there’s some changes I did to the quote database such as infi-scroll (you know, the thing that makes the page continue loading while you scroll on twitter and such) which… doesn’t work quite as I want it to just yet but oh well.


There’s a project I’ll announce when it’s ready (some of you may already know but keep it to yourselves).

Some updates (and new creations)

The Quote Database

The quote database I work on (Akyu) have been updated to 0.2 recently (24th August).
This changed some things:

  • Voting buttons now actually tells you they are, i.e voting buttons
  • No text error messages, all error messages are displayed when you hover over the button you just clicked
  • Some minor changes to the layouts of some pages (for example the search page)

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Random updates

So… I just thought I’d post some updates to keep this blog from being idle for way too long.

As you might know (at least if you checked out the Projects tab) I’m working on an irclib, so I thought I’d give you a bit of a preview on how the actual ircbot looks from the command-line.

Sadly it seems like the coloring and stuff will be Linux only since it requires an extra (3rd-party, not Microsoft) executable for Windows.

pIRC - A screenshot
So, this is how it looks

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