Notable Projects

Hyperspace
codeTypeScript

The fluffiest client for the fediverse

Unscripted
codeRen'Py codePython

A visual novel about software development

AliceOS
codeRen'Py codePython

A robust and evolving Ren'Py framework with operating system features

Selected GitHub Repositories

Pacman Enrichment Center

alicerunsonfedora/pacman-enrichment-center

codePython

Test your Pacman capture agents with ease

Zephyr for macOS

alicerunsonfedora/ZephyrMac

iOS 13 dynamic wallpapers for macOS

Sayonika

Sayo-nika/Frontend

personContributor codeJavaScript

The front end for a DDLC mod database


Recent Posts

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A new decade with new goals

January 01, 2020

It’s finally here: 2020! The start of a new decade means it’s time for me to make some new goals for this year! While I don’t necessarily set new year’s resolutions, I do set some goals since they seem to lead me to completely new experiences, even if I don’t...

Let's review 2019

December 29, 2019

As 2019 comes to a close, it’s time for me to take a look back at my goals and accomplishments throughout the year. 2019 was definitely an interesting year for me in a lot of ways, especially in the developer space. Without further ado, 2019 in review.

Finally, Ren'Py and PyCharm working together...

August 19, 2019

I love torturing myself. Or at least I think I do. I just don’t know what it is, but I always find it rather fun and exciting to see where Ren’Py can fit in places it shouldn’t. Back in June, I got it to work with Xcode with no...

More adventures in Ren'Py and Xcode

June 13, 2019

In my previous post, I had discussed how I managed to get Ren’Py to work more nicely with Xcode as an Xcode project, meaning that Ren’Py developers that also develop apps for macOS, iOS, etc. can still do their work without having to leave Xcode. After writing that initial post,...