Would anyone be interested in helping port DUCK to Python 3? It's a free toolchain for developing native Android applications sans Java. Might be up your alley if you're into compilers or playing with bytecode
Pierre Neidhardt's recent article on #GuixSD is tempting me to format my disks and install it, but I think I should resist the urge. Gentoo has yet to last a full year on either of my machines and I'd like my laptop to be in a working state when I return to University next week. Maybe I can play with it in a virtual machine and transfer the setup to a native installation with 'guix system disk-image' once spring break rolls around.
PSA: GZDoom, in many respects the leading Doom source port, has a very powerful scripting language called ZScript. It's what 100% of Mr. Friendly was written in. Marrub has documented Zscript extensively and it should be current as of the GZDoom version released just today: https://github.com/marrub--/zscript-doc
Another helpful emacs/elisp trick you might not know of:
Regular expressions are pretty helpful -- but they can be difficult to type and maintain in Elisp, since it requires a lot of escaping.
There's a simple and elegant solution, that's typical to a lisp-mindset: the "rx" macro -- here's an example:
(rx (or ".png" ".jpg" ".jpeg") eos)
Detains can be found under `C-h f rx RET`
"How DOOM fire was done"
I prefer AT&T syntax and probably lift more than you do.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko