Not long ago, I read about a cute IoT project, CheerLights. It’s a network of RGB lights that all change colour together, coordinated by a Twitter bot. The idea is that we all rig up RGB lights of some description, then when someone pings the Twitter bot they all change in sync; just a nice little community togetherness thing. It’s adorable and I love it.
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I built a #MastoBot to post local #Covid19 numbers. In the process, I found Ontario Public Health’s data feeds and ended up building something much more generic and reusable than I initially intended. Aside from the very local hospitalization and ICU numbers from KHSC, the Ontario feeds can be filtered to be useful anywhere in the province.
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I’ve published another prerelease of #MastoBot to #npm; this prerelease expands coverage of the MastoBotAPI class and significantly improves method documentation coverage.
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I’m bad at documentation, so in #MastoBot I’m making a concerted effort to be mindful of it.
Enter tooling! I’m using #JSDoc with #GitLab Pages and CI.
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I’ve released an initial beta of #MastoBot to #npm.
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I’ve started work on my #Mastodon client library, #MastoBot.
Initial work has progressed well; I have wrappers for HTML methods and reasonable coverage of helpers for Mastodon API endpoints.
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