It amazes me that people picked up, and then decided to roll with, Spock's somewhat convoluted architecture. In would almost certainly be easier to code a bot from scratch than deal with Spock's weird API. That said, can't wait to get a laptop and pick up Spock and cspock again
Very easy to update, if you understand how all the pieces fit together. Just weird to me that people would bother to take the time. They've not only fixed bugs, but expanded functionality in interesting ways
So its pouring outside and I'm just hanging out in the liberty lounge avoiding doing laundry. Guy next for me just signed up for Code Academy, I'm split on if I should give him advice or not. But its fun to see that in Nuke school geeky programmer is a position to strive for.
Just gave $50 to the Reading Rainbow kickstarter. Ya its over funded, and for that reason maybe its not the business/charity that needs the money the most, but I like the message that sending this thing to the moon puts out