Published on 4 November 2021.
This is what I’ve been up to in October 2021:
I set up some infrastructure for writing the blog post about RLMeta. Now I can automatically generate the post with up to date code examples and syntax highlighting. I didn’t make much progress on the writing itself. Hopefully I can make more progress on that in November.
I got an email from a person that was interested in old project of mine: frp-arduino. It was nice to see that something I’ve put into the world sparked an interest in someone else.
I read a tweet by Sean McDirmid about incremental parsing. I asked him if his approach was similar to the one used in Ohm (a paper which he also reviewed), but it was different. The approach used in Ohm could probably be more easily implemented in RLMeta.
Besides programming I spend much time learning more about cameras and videography. This homepage is mostly dedicated to my interest for programming, so I’m not sure how much I want to write about camera related stuff.
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