There isn’t much to choose from, in terms of holidays, but it happens to be portrait painter Mary Brewster Hazelton’s birthday, the first woman known to win a non-gendered award—the first Julius Hallgarten Prize—in the United States.
And with that out of the way…on to the code.
I launched Replybrary, yesterday, which has required some cleanup. Most of it has been cleaning the package file and polishing off the ESLint side, but I also decided to log any actual errors and to be sure that the code never gets caught in a loop trying to trim the length of the outgoing message.
I have split this project between the code and data, with the URL file going to GitLab. I may try to mirror it back to GitHub, at some point.
It works less reliably than the tablet app, unfortunately, but it does get through, on occasion.
Well, I have a few more issues to file for Uxuyu. Then, there are a couple of minor fixes required for library-twitterbot that I just haven’t had time to commit. I want to try to mirror the Replybrary-URLs repository to GitHub, and I should probably formalize the script I threw together to list the keywords and URLs.
I may also have some translation work to add. But between the holiday and my wanting to get a side project launched soon, I may need to keep this upcoming week as light as possible.
Credits: The header image is Two Sisters at a Piano by Mary Brewster Hazelton, long since lapsed into the public domain. Unable to find a copy of her award-winning In a Studio, this will have to suffice.
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