A simple VN engine

made by crertel, annainbrooklyn, submitted by porterjamesj
A great explanation of building a visual novel engine in JavaScript!

Sild

made by jfo, submitted by davidbalbert
A small Lisp written in C. Jeff kept a diary on his blog (https://blog.jfo.click/) while writing it.

CIE HLC colorspace explorer

made and submitted by Raph
A little interactive explorer for the CIE HLC colorspace, which has been suggested (by the freiefarbe.de people among others) as colorimetrically sound colorspace that's also well suited for communication.

Simple Wave Function Collapse

made and submitted by FionaLiotta
A very simple version of the wave function collapse algorithm, which creates patterns that are locally similar to an input bitmap.

Building my dream recipe search in Prolog

made and submitted by Valerie
Exploring the Prolog programming language as a means to throwing the ideal dinner party.

One-Across

made by pwjablonski, submitted by nicholasbs
An open source crossword puzzle app that lets you collaboratively solve puzzles in real-time with friends. https://github.com/pwjablonski/one-across

Plugserv

made by simon-weber, submitted by nicholasbs
A simple, open source ad server for plugging your own projects.

Writing a C Compiler, Part 1

made by norax, submitted by nicholasbs
The first post of an in-depth, a 10-part series on how to write a C compiler

Mechanizing Surrealism: A look at absurd_gloss

made and submitted by Valerie
What happens when computers try to imitate surrealism or humor?

rbspy

made by bork, submitted by nicholasbs
rbspy is a profiler for Ruby. It lets you profile Ruby processes that are already running. You give it a process ID, and it starts profiling. It's a sampling profiler, which means it's low overhead and safe to run in production.