P2P Zero-Knowledge-Proof based Opensource Social Network - HexHoot

I find that the domain name that I purchased on an impulse, hexhoot.com, would be the ideal name for the p2p social network; both of which I described in some of my previous posts. I have been working on it during my pasttime for about a month now, and I decided to make it opensource. You can have a look at the project using the following link: https://github.com/zenineasa/hexhoot I have attempted to follow all the best development practices as much as I can. I have written tests, and, enabled continuous integration feature in GitHub to run all the tests, lint and copyright checks for the code changes that is being made. I also have captured all the foreseeable tasks in a Trello dashboard. This helps me keep track of all the bugs that I have detected and all the important tasks that need to be completed. There are quite a lot of tasks left to make this bug-free and feature-rich. I hope I will find enough time and motivation to do the same in the coming days.

Yet another impulsive domain purchase - HexHoot.com

I was doodling on my sticky notes, and I came up with a few hexagons that looked like an owl. I found it quite amusing for myself and decided to go to a domain registrar and search for 'hexowl'. I found that the domain was already taken. I did a few more searches and I eventually found that 'hexhoot.com' was available. I showed my drawing to my sister and I explained it to her, and she told me to buy the domain.

I don't know what I am going to do with this just yet, but let me hold it for a while to see what I could do with it.



I have hosted it on Blogger itself. I find that the page works as in the screenshot while opening from a desktop, while a default blogger template gets loaded while opening it up from a phone. That is interesting. I think I need to get back at that.

Originally, I created the logo using an image editor, exported into PNG. Just now, I re-created the same to create an SVG. I am sure that SVGs can be scaled to any dimension while having a very small size for the file.

Check it out at www.hexhoot.com.

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