Hey everyone. I have been over at @tomasino for the last fe years. I'm migrating here. If the migration asks you for a follow again, that's why.
That is always the risk with quick-and-dirty programming hacks, no matter what language you use. You deploy something and it works after a fashion but it's a mess when you look at the code and you can't easily maintain it.
"Not exemplary code, but does the trick."
That's the beauty of Python. You can hack together something relatively quickly to get a computational job done.
I may borrow your code for personal use, if I have your permission.
I like your idea of randomly picking a topic and just writing on that for 10 minutes to see where it goes. My challenge is having a big enough list to choose from.
I'd love to see your Python code for the topic randomizer.
My search to find the right way to game online...
“Choosing a Virtual Tabletop (VTT) Solution for My Gaming Group”
“Choosing a Virtual Tabletop (VTT) Solution for My Gaming Group” by Brad Fonseca https://link.medium.com/JrLIEmbWg6
My search for the right way to game online...
Choosing a Virtual Tabletop (VTT) Solution for My Gaming Group
@ColinTheMathmo Finding a virtual table top solution for my Pathfinder role-playing game during physical distancing restrictions.
That was a neat blog post. I haven't thought about finite state machines since university.
@bradfonseca I blog about rather different things from you, but I thought you might like to see my latest:
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