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lpmi-13/academic-vocabulary-explorer 1

a frontend to interact with various academic word lists

lpmi-13/anredd 1

Intended to target the specific need of EFL learners of using articles (a/an/the) more fluently. Uses real-time data from the Reddit API to retrieve longer texts from /r/writingprompts and strips the articles before allowing the user to select the original article.

lpmi-13/anwriting 1

a web application developed for the TESOL 2016 Conference. Intended to assist students in working on revising their writing for articles (a/an/the).

lpmi-13/awlify-python 1

a simple utility to take in a sentence and output information about the AWL words in it

lpmi-13/academic_text 0

a project to grab academic written text from various subreddits

lpmi-13/acoustic-distance-measure 0

Acoustic distance measure for comparing pronunciations

lpmi-13/Aldi_digi_strip 0

Digital Aldi Sued RGB LED strips with TS1829, set current, differend modes store/load presets via Android & Bluetooth

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Add a favicon

has there been any movement on this? Had a look around at the "official" rust logos, and it might be easiest to just mock up a gear with something else inside of it...should be simple enough to find a suitable image.

For example, the three below are all free for commercial use, with no attribution required (I assume that covers "use for a free open source project"): https://pixabay.com/vectors/gear-mechanics-settings-icon-1119298/ https://pixabay.com/vectors/gear-settings-options-icon-1077550/ https://pixabay.com/vectors/gear-wheel-gears-toothed-wheel-304395/

Would it be worth just turning one of these into a favicon sized image to get rid of that pesky console error?

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Question about the raw data

Fantastic! I'd be very interested in helping out with that if there's anything I can contribute.

I'm mostly experienced with python and javascript, but just lemme know if there's anything that would be useful, and I'm very willing to give it a shot.

Even just dockerizing the setup so script dependencies aren't so much of an issue is definitely something I can help out with if that would be beneficial.

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Question about the raw data

First off, awesome work with this project!

Just curious as to whether there are any plans to include the scripts used to download the raw data.

I noticed it was all in html form that contains a lot of ad/tracking cookies/scripts, and was just thinking it would be possible to preserve the fidelity of the data source while at the same time allowing end users the option to strip these out if they didnt need them.

Not immediately sure if they are needed, but I'm assuming they dont contribute any part to the cleaned data in json format, so thats why I'm asking.

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add favicon, mostly for the site

the current raft site has no favicon, and this unfortunately triggers a console error. Plus it's a nice to have, that's low hanging fruit, so we might as well add one.

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Add solo.svg, etc

this looks good, and gives the option for using SVG if preferable to PNG.

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reduce file size with better codec and palette adjustment

yeah, I think we might as well go ahead and reduce the file size for the two PNGs and keep those (just since some older browsers still work better with them), and switch over to using SVGs for the site.

I went ahead and tweaked annie-sticker.png down to only 16 colors, and it still looks exactly the same to me (a slight bit more pixelated at extreme zoom). Screenshot below, so lemme know what you think and I can update this PR with that image and update the README as well.

color palette at 16

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upgrade jquery from 2.2.0 to 3.5.1

for reference, this is the lighthouse message from the current site:

current site security vulnerabilities

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upgrade jquery from 2.2.0 to 3.5.1

There are no versions of jquery 2 that don't have security issues, and the page isn't using anything too exotic, so jquery 3 works fine.

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add alt tags and meta description tag

current site scores for SEO (notice the accessibility score: 72)

current site seo

SEO scores with this commit (accessibility score with a bump to 89)

with seo fixes

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add alt tags and meta description tag

The lack of alt tags was hurting the lighthouse score for both accessibility and seo, so that's an easy win. The reason for including alt="" for the icon is that if there is no alt tag, some screen readers will read the src attribute of the img element, which isn't very nice.

The description is also an easy win.

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reduce file size with better codec and palette adjustment

noticed this while on https://raft.github.io/, since that image alone accounts for a little under half of the entire network footprint for the page, and reducing the size would speed the page up considerably.

big image transfer

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reduce file size with better codec and palette adjustment

by using the OxiPNG codec from the fantastic site, https://squoosh.app/, along with reducing the palette to 100 colors, we're able to get a 70% reduction in file size without any discernible loss in image quality.

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upgrade links, where possible, to https

where possible, the http links have been updated to use https. It's a bit unfortunate that some CS departments still aren't using https connections, but so it goes.

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issue commentprabhatsharma/kubernetes-the-hard-way-aws

Waiting for services and endpoints to be initialized from apiserver

I had the exact same issue as @alexclarkofficial ...not sure how two different route tables got created, since in https://github.com/prabhatsharma/kubernetes-the-hard-way-aws/blob/master/docs/03-compute-resources.md it looks like only one is specified to be created. Maybe I accidentally ran the command twice with slightly different params or something.

Anyway, all good now!

kubectl exec -it busybox -- nslookup kubernetes
Server:    10.32.0.10
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Name:      kubernetes
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Adding instructions for local development

oh right, I should add I tried the usual hugo server, but just seeing blank pages. Doesn't look like the themes are used as submodules, but thought it would be faster just to ask rather than hack away for a few hours with the possibility of getting a whole lot of nothing accomplished.

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Adding instructions for local development

Hi there, came for the docker, stayed for contributing to open source!

Anyway, I'm very interested in helping out with the development of the website (particularly accessibility issues), but I'm having a bit of trouble running it locally.

If you could point me in the direction of instructions to run it from a fresh fork/clone, that would be super cool! No rush, obviously.

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remove deprecated flag from systemd unit file

per the journalctl logging, this flag has been deprecated:

Jun 21 17:14:53 ip-10-0-1-10 kube-apiserver[18967]: Flag --enable-swagger-ui has been deprecated, swagger 1.2 support has been removed
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Web UI to practise Parsons Problems

here's a recent study arguing "it (essentially) works"

https://people.engr.ncsu.edu/twprice/website/files/ZhiICER2019.pdf

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issue openedremotehack/remotehack.github.io

Web UI to practise Parsons Problems

In learning programming, one exercise for students is called Parsons Problems (or Parson Puzzles), where students have a jumbled up code block they need to re-order into the correct format.

(with some examples) https://www.gla.ac.uk/media/Media_632422_smxx.pdf

All of the available materials for these are created by hand, which is time consuming and prone to lacking content-validity in terms of assessment best practice (Bachmann & Palmer, 2010).

We have a whole bunch of code publicly available for free on github, so it would be cool to take some of that code and use it to generate authentic exercises that use real code that people are actually using (sometimes!) in production.

Grabbing the source code and parsing the Abstract Syntax Trees is fairly straightforward (see: remotehack June 2020), but one of the difficulties in giving automated feedback is that the system is only initially able to confirm whether the re-ordered code blocks match the original. In certain cases (eg, multiple lines of variable assignment), it might be equally correct to assign var a = 10; on line 4 and var b = 'booyah'; on line 5, when the original had those lines reversed) the system would then return an assessment result of "incorrect" for something that would actually work.

A simple MVP would ignore the above edge case and just have a UI to drag/drop lines of functions, then a button to check whether you did it correctly, so that's probably what should be done first. And none of that is particularly challenging or groundbreaking, save for the part about using actual authentic code to teach students.

The interesting bit comes in tryin to work out a system where we could give more authentic feedback in terms of whether the learner's solution would actually run, and for that we probably need either a runtime (we have one for Javascript obviously, but for other languages it gets a bit trickier) or a way to evaluate something as an AST.

I'm wondering if we could, at creation time, annotate a block of python code with the associated javascript AST model and then use that to evaluate the "correctness" of the program ordering in the web UI.

As an addendum, please enjoy this research article on Parsons Problems that determines there isn't enough research on Parsons Problems (https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3373165.3373187)...which an automated system could, in part, address.

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add the ability for the slack bot to create issues directly from slack

to make it easier for people to raise issues, it would be cool to be able to use a command in the slack channel to create an issue.

I guess we would need one issue title and one issue description...or anything else really.

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add noreferrer noopener to external link with target: _blank

yeah, I ran it from inside dev tools in chrome. There are fancy ways to incorporate it into your site build scripts, but the super easy way is just in the browser (https://developers.google.com/web/tools/lighthouse#devtools). As a plus, they also do an audit for accessibility stuff! It's really a great resource and I make sure to run it against all the stuff I do.

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pull request commentJackieBinya/jacqueline-binya-website

add noreferrer noopener to external link with target: _blank

PR for the anubis theme here, if curious https://github.com/Mitrichius/hugo-theme-anubis/pull/50

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add rel attribute to address lighthouse audit issue

This link was getting flagged in lighthouse audits, so adding the rel attribute to address it.

unsafe links

Used both noopener and noreferrer, since some older browsers don't support noopener.

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add noreferrer noopener to external link with target: _blank

so yeah, this should cover you for any browsers, but if you don't necessarily care about the older ones, I can easily rebase to just noopener

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add noreferrer noopener to external link with target: _blank

this link was being flagged in lighthouse as insecure due to a lack of one of the rel attribute. noreferrer adds support for older browsers that don't support noopener.

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having trouble running locally

Hi Jacqueline,

I'm trying to run your site locally and having a bit of trouble. I was hoping I could just clone it and run as is with your current submodule setup, but that doesn't seem to be possible.

running hugo -v server shows me a whole bunch of errors, and it looks like index.html is completely blank. I haven't worked much with git submodules, so it's possible I messed up something obvious. I also tried following the instructions at the bottom of the README, but I wasn't sure which username to substitute in step 4. Should it be my own username?

any help would be much appreciated!

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having trouble running locally

ah okay, no worries! I was planning to submit a few PRs to address some lighthouse audit issues, so was hoping I could spin it up locally just to test, but they're fairly minor, so should be able to do it without a local version.

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fix simple typos

     "\n",     "# More context about what I'll cover in lecture\n",     "\n",-    "My lectures are not meant to be 1:1 what is in the book or perfectly and only what you need for the homework.  There will be many places where I'll have a clearly direct example for the homework, but I'm also preparing you for the midterm.  All the information you'll need for the homework will be in the book (if it is a book problem).  My goal with lecture is to give you an alternative presentation reinforce and explore what you have been learning in your readings.  \n",+    "My lectures are not meant to be 1:1 what is in the book or perfectly and only what you need for the homework.  There will be many places where I'll have a clearly direct example for the homework, but I'm also preparing you for the midterm.  All the information you'll need for the homework will be in the book (if it is a book problem).  My goal with lecture is to give you an alternative presentation to reinforce and explore what you have been learning in your readings.  \n",

it's possible this was meant as a sequence of three things, so might not actually be a typo. Can easily rebase out of this PR if so.

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update the markdown to remove raw html on pypi

CLA signed, but just noticed it was the corporate agreement...if I need to sign the individual instead, just lemme know!

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update the markdown to remove raw html on pypi

<center> wasn't creating any centering of the image in the README.

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having trouble running locally

Hi Jacqueline,

I'm trying to run your site locally and having a bit of trouble. I was hoping I could just clone it and run as is with your current submodule setup, but that doesn't seem to be possible.

running hugo -v server shows me a whole bunch of errors, and it looks like index.html is completely blank. I haven't worked much with git submodules, so it's possible I messed up something obvious. I also tried following the instructions at the bottom of the README, but I wasn't sure which username to substitute in step 4. Should it be my own username?

any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks, Adam

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