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websites for study
1 project | reddit.com/r/chessbeginners | 15 Dec 2021
Blindfold Chess Trainer
1 project | reddit.com/r/chess | 1 Dec 2021
Love the general idea of having blindfolded tactics and games. A similar site I regularly use: https://listudy.org/ I'm lazy! Instead of me typing the moves - maybe give me an empty chessboard to click on? I like the concept of listudy here. You have the option to show the position every x moves - maybe show this board all the time and give me the option to enter moves on that "outdated" board.
How would I go about learning chess opening for both sides?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/chessbeginners | 26 Oct 2021
Are there tools to study your own opening variations at random?
1 project | reddit.com/r/chess | 19 Aug 2021
Right now, I'm using Lichess Studies to make an "Interactive Lesson" chapter in which I create the main line, together with a lot of variations. Then, I import that chapter into listudy.org and am able to practice the variations of the opening. However, the order of the variations is always exactly the same. I'm already very happy with this method, but by getting the same order of variations, I get the feeling that I'm giving myself an unfair advantage in making the right moves. Is there any tool out there which can randomize the variations you get while practicing?
Intelligence and Practice in Chess Development
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Jul 2021
I created a super simple Opening Trainer/Repertoire Builder tool!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/chess | 3 Jul 2021
there's https://listudy.org/ for that, but yes I do agree that lichess should probably implement this feature (and I guess someone will do it eventually)
What are alternatives for chessbase (osx)
1 project | reddit.com/r/chess | 13 May 2021
I read a couple of different books and then play the variations out with notes to Lichess' Studies. After that, I put that study on listudy.org (a website that randomly chooses the options from the opposite colour in your study and tells you if your answer is correct or wrong). It has worked great so far, I have made a lot of adjustments and made variations similar to make them easier to remember, got rid of some drawish variations I don't like, got rid of the moves that seem way too weird for me to understand. I highly recommend this method. Don't forget to make your studies private though, don't want people to see your entire repertoire!
I need help for prep for a very important game.
1 project | reddit.com/r/chess | 18 Apr 2021
Hey man I think you mean https://listudy.org/
I started Lichess, Ask Me Anything
22 projects | reddit.com/r/chess | 12 Apr 2021
Would you consider merging https://listudy.org into the official website if they allow it? I love the idea of studies, but I'm not that good at memorizing if it's just a noninteractive pgn file, and I like the idea of spaced repetition but listudy doesn't have that many good public studies right now because it's a small website. Anyways, thanks so much for lichess!
LiChess should implement this FANTASTIC idea of visual puzzles!
1 project | reddit.com/r/lichess | 10 Apr 2021
If you think these are cool, on https://listudy.org there's a puzzle feature that essentially goes back as many moves back in the game as you want then just gives the algebraic moves up to the puzzle position. It's worth checking out I think it's really cool
Ask HN: What is your current side-project?
24 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Jun 202112 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Mar 2021
I have been working on Exomind (https://github.com/appaquet/exomind), a personal knowledge management tool that takes the form of a unified inbox in which you can have your emails, tasks, notes and bookmarks organized into collections. I have an iOS and a web/electron client at the moment, and a simple Chrome extension for bookmarking.
Its backend, Exocore (https://github.com/appaquet/exocore), is built on top of a personal / private blockchain and is made from the ground up to be hosted in a semi-decentralized fashion on your own personal devices (your computer, raspberry pi, a cloud instance, etc.). It is written in Rust and has iOS, C and Web (WASM) clients.
It has very rough edges, but I'm using it daily to organize my life. It has also been my learning playground to improve my Rust skills over the last two years. If all goes well, I'm a few months away from some kind of tech preview.12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Mar 2021
Is your PDF reader open sourced? It's a feature I'd like to implement at some point in my own personal project (https://github.com/appaquet/exomind)
What is your “I don't care if this succeeds” project?
42 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Feb 2021
I just added a few screenshots in the README: https://github.com/appaquet/exomind
As for the Gmail integration, it is quite crude at the moment. I use it mostly to organize incoming emails, but I still use Gmail to send or reply to my emails. Exomind inbox is synchronized with Gmail, so all emails that you remove from one or the other get removed / archived on the other side. It also supports multiple accounts.
If you are interested to try and not afraid of the rough edges, just let me know. I added Discussions to the GitHub repository.
Ask HN: What Are You Working On?
100 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Jan 2021
Exomind, a personal knowledge management tool that takes the form of a unified inbox in which you can have your emails, tasks, notes and bookmarks organized into collections. I have an iOS and a web/electron client at the moment. I plan to eventually add files (blobs), definitions and support extensibility via WASM applications.
Its backend (Exocore) is built on top of a personal / private blockchain and is made from the ground up to be hosted in a semi-decentralized fashion on your own personal devices (your computer, raspberry pi, a cloud instance, etc.)
It has very rough edges, but I'm using it daily to organize my life. It has also been my learning playground to improve my Rust skills over the last two years. If all goes well, I'm a few months away from some kind of tech preview.
What are some alternatives?
lichobile - lichess.org mobile application
openmiko - Open source firmware for Ingenic T20 based devices such as WyzeCam V2, Xiaomi Xiaofang 1S, iSmartAlarm's Spot+ and others.
Lila - ♞ lichess.org: the forever free, adless and open source chess server ♞
DsHidMini - Virtual HID Mini-user-mode-driver for Sony DualShock 3 Controllers
Arthur - How to build your own AI art installation from scratch [Moved to: https://github.com/maxvfischer/DIY-ai-art]
Projects - :page_with_curl: A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language.
electron-browser-shell - A minimal, tabbed web browser with support for Chrome extensions—built on Electron.
Video-Hub-App - Official repository for Video Hub App
stockfish.wasm - WebAssembly port of the strong chess engine Stockfish
beubo - Beubo is a free, simple, and minimal CMS with unlimited extensibility using plugins