@MuhammadAhsan-U02CQAEL2060Hi everyone, Its Muhammad Ahsan from Hack Club BZU. Our Club got approved in August 2021 and till now its the best experience to leading, learning and managing. Today I'll share the Glimpse of events, meet up that we organized during this time Period. We are mostly doing things offline and hopefully we'll also conduct online events soon.
I'm very excited for Upcoming Time.
Thanks to Hack Club for great opportunity and @gabruharsh244 for such smooth onboarding and Helping.Happy New Year!
@J_cordz7+Wahoo! Today I finally submitted my first contribution to Hack Club! My workshop translation pull request got merged! This is an amazing progress because this is my first pull request ever! Looking forward to make more contributions as time passes and I learn more things!!!
@philipstudentemail0We celebrated Memphis HackClub’s first birthday today and launched merch to find out HC bank account! It has been an amazing year with so many awesome experiences. After a year, we have quite a few members, but more importantly I have seen growth in out hackclubbers both in intellect and character and excited to lead this club until summer!!! memphishack.com
@J_cordz7+I submitted my Hack Club Application! Looking forward to start a Hack Club at my High School and share all the amazing things I've learned so far here on the Slack!!!
@cwi0made a promotional graphic for #olympiahack club
@alialiwa20050I've created an advert for my Hack Club's meeting tomorrow. :gaynormccown:
@matthew0I did it!!!! I contacted every club!!!! And I sat inside at a Panera for the first time in over a year!!!! My god this week was tiring but I’m so glad I did it. If you’re a club leader (not in the India/Asia/Pacific region) and I didn’t contact you (or a member of your team) this week, please let me know 🙌
@zfogg1i made a base16 hack club colorscheme that compiles every base16 template with a hack club colorscheme. you can have hack club colors EVERYWHERE now.
see this for me
@thatrobotdev0I’ve been hacking for a while on github.com/thatrobotdev/.dotfiles, which is my personal .dotfile configurations for macOS!
I started it when I wanted to reset my computer to make it run faster, but I still didn’t want to spend hours on set-up and configuration that I would need to do again every time I wanted to set-up a new computer.
I created a custom install script written in shell (my first shell program)! that uses Brew, Dotbot, and a couple of other tools to install and configure programs!
It will probably be forever a work in progress, but it’s been really fun learning about package managers and dotfiles for my favorite programs, as well as learning a lot more about bash and shell 😄
@sampoder0this has been floating around the slack last night but let me introduce you to <https://meet.hackclub.dev|meet.hackclub.dev>!
it's a fun website that introduces you to a random Hack Clubber from the Scrapbook API. I made it a while back with Next.js :)
@sampoder0the sun has set (quite literally now), thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who joined the Summer of Making!!! it’s hard to piece together words, so here’s a post i wrote… and the recap site I'm about to ship….
one thing I haven’t done yet is say thank you to a lot of people, so meet my thank you wall:
• thank you @roshan for being there literally always and being amazing, for bringing your. abundance of knowledge to #hardware-party and listening to me even when I’m not literate. you’re the best partner in crime!
• thank you to @athul & @annlee_fores, for being life savers (on multiple occasions) and stepping up to support with all the Indian grants. True life savers.
• thank you to @lachlanjc for guiding me through making the recap site, always supporting when ever I contribute to Scrapbook or the Site and for all their support in the fast few days. Plus just being super nice and cool!
• thank you to @cwalker for all their support with hardware over the summer and just being someone to talk things through with!
• thank you to @msw & @cwalker for all the lengthy convos we had pre-launch that helped lead SoM in the right way!
• thank you to @neel.redkar for building awesome things that were life savers!
• thank you to @zrl for being super supportive but also brutally honest at times! that brutal honesty saved us!
• thank you to @elisemoe for being super supportive of us and for helping me out with pitching to Adafruit & Arduino!
• thank you to @cp & @michael.destefanis for putting up with my banking incompetence and some of the shenanigans we attempted!
• thank you to @matthew, @amogh, @dinaelhanan, @tmb, @christina695, @melody for all being super cool and doing super cool stuff!
• thank you to @rishi for whilst not being directly on the team, had a massive impact :)
OH AND OFC THANK YOU TO EVERYONE HERE YOU ALL ARE SO FREAKING AMAZING THANK YOU FOR BEING COOLLLLL!!!!!!
heres the earliest photo i could find, i’ll let your imagination go wild…