It's because I picked up a few side projects, one of them being Pipe Cleaner, a small anti plagiarism service that informs bad actors as well as new unknowing users how to improve upon their posts. Another one, that I'm more excited about, is Blockstrain.
It's going to be a library of strains and relevant information pertaining to them.
I've been tinkering with this idea for a week or so now...
I've basically written 40% of the backend framework. Though I still have lots on my plate, at the same time, I'm running into some hurdles.
Things left to finish:
Converting markdown-to-json strings back into markdown, or any display format.
Dealing with auth keys.
There are a few solutions I've come up with for these hurdles. It's just a matter of which is best and finding the time to write the code.
Any suggestions or features you'd like to see implemented are welcomed!
Witness News :
Will be upgrading my server capacity in the near future to run a testnet node, in helps of Development and app maintenance.
Once set up, I will release the API so others can use for developing aswell.
Sorry for the quick and dirty post!
I felt like I've been slacking on Smoke, while trying to develop on Smoke.
Ps. I really would love to hear any suggestions on features for blockstrain!