The Goal: Spend the month of April writing code that generates a poem. Repeat.
The Rules: The only rule is that you share at least one poem and also your source code at the end.
And who, I ask, can resist poetry written by computers?
For our part, we have written a few short poetry generators,
mostly in the form of
bash one-liners, whose output can be found
in this Github issue.
Oh, but that's not all! Oh, but you'll wish it was all, you will!
For it is the case that the month of April is also when the ALTERNATIVE GAME JAM is taking place.
What exactly an "alt game" is we're still not sure, but that didn't stop us from making one. It's hosted on GameJolt as a condition of the jam, and there's this annoying ad that you have to wait through to see the actual game, but that shouldn't stop you from trying it. Here it is:
WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO JOIN AND PARTICIPATE YOUR BEST IN THESE GLORIOUS NEW OLYMPIADS