I finished all my assigned issues for Author Intrusion v0.10.0. Here is a brief summary of the changes made to this unstable project.
After a few weeks of work, the current rewrite of Author Intrusion got to a stopping point. This has the minimum functionality to detect echo works but it has a long way to go.
After a rough start of the previous week, I got a chance to really focus on Author Intrusion (AI). Despite the rather significant amount of check-ins and coding, I wasn't quite able to get to a really good "show off" point. Instead, this week ended up being a black triangle (significant progress but nothing visible).
Retrospective on a month of working on MfGames Culture.
Added some functionality to Author Intrusion and bumped up the version to 0.1.0.
Author Intrusion, though I think it will help my writing, has a risk of getting caught in the objective and mechanical aspects of writing.
Once again, I'm trying to make a version of Author Intrusion that works for me. After a weekend of developing, I have a pretty solid base using a language I just learned: TypeScript and Node.js.
I've gotten the final schedule for WisCon and I have two events. In addition, I got myself on the cover of another magazine, Bloodbond.
After a few years of struggling with dictionaries while writing, I think I wrote a program that will let me use project, world, and byline dictionaries in writing without shuffling large number of words from file to file.
I spent the last few weeks getting things off my to do list so I could focus on Author Intrusion, but it looks like I need another week or so before that happens.
A status update on the Rutejìmo series, including a little bit of humiliation.
One of the complexities of authors is their names. I want to avoid making an assumption of how they are displayed and used. At the same time, I want to reuse the logic to handle character names within the story.
I reached the first visible moment in Author Intrusion with command-line tool that does one thing, convert Markdown into DocBook formats.
A brief discussion why I'm using tokens for this implementation of Author Intrusion and the issues of memory pressure and editing.
Going to work on Author Intrusion a little while waiting on my writing projects. Maybe I can finally get the writing environment I'm looking for.