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Some open source hand-coded pages:

  • Emoji Favicon generator is a multilingual tool for choosing a character (or custom emoji) and adding its SVG code to the browser tab for a webpage as a data URI.
  • Does your pet see Peripheral drift? is a slideshow of optical illusions to test on the vision of animals. Record videos of their (non) reactions for science!
  • Deconfiguration guides is an ongoing keyboard accessible list of instructions how to factory reset switches, routers, access points, etc. Dark/Light theme done with CSS variables.
  • Podcast bingo is a playable bingo game of phrases/actions for The Giz Wiz podcast. Copy/adapt the code for podcasts you watch/listen to.
SudoDnfDashY
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@kevincox@lemmy.ml
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I have a handful:

  • PlayerOne is a quick tool for picking a first player or splitting into groups. Open source, double-tap for extra options.
  • Ricochet Robots Solver is a solver for the Ricochet Robots board game. Written in Rust compiled to wasm for web, open source.
  • Gridfinder can help you find the grid on battlemaps for use on virtual tabletops (or other image editing). It can do it automatically in many cases or just click a few times. Open source.
  • FeedMail is a paid RSS-to-Email service. Mostly created because I wanted a better RSS-to-Email service but has found other users.
  • my blog

And I’m sure a few others that I have forgotten.

@gonnabedone@mander.xyz
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a quick tool for picking a first player

I have a set of “Go First” dice for that. I’d love to see a webpage simulating those two to four dice rolls in 3D using either WebGL or wasm, but well beyond my skills to write atm.

@cult@lemmy.ml
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I made a toy to compare about 2 dozen different voting systems (FPTP, RCV, Approval, etc) using colors as a metaphor. Both voters and candidates are colors and how much a voter prefers a candidate is determined by their distance in RGB space

https://votevote.page/

TimothyMcFuck
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That’s Legit

Amicese
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I tried making a website once; then I realized I had to pay.

@cult@lemmy.ml
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Depends really. You can find a lot of places willing to host a static site. Make a GitHub account and start a repo with just a simple index.html file and then you can use GitHub Pages to freely host it.

The only thing you’d have to pay for is the domain name (about $12/year)

Other services like Netlify or Vercel will also more complex things. This is assuming some programming experience. But tbh, you can learn the basics of HTML and CSS enough to make a solid static site in 1-3 days.

Amicese
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Yeah good point. It wouldn’t even take me much time to setup my own Lemmy instance.

@jorgesumle
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Yes, it is about free software.

@geoma@lemmy.ml
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Mine is about ethics in digital platforms (in spanish) Geoma.casa

TimothyMcFuck
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That’s awesome

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