As I mentioned in the last blog post, there is always life admin stuff that I have to take care of, and I have a public list that sometimes gets maintained, sometimes doesn't, that I call task bucket, and I am thinking of even turning that little Carrd thing into an easy-to-build (#NoCode?) project. I'd say that nearly all projects that are #NoCode, are really "Low Code", but I will see what I can do with it.

Anyway, task bucket has everything from 2022 that I have done, and am doing. I don't have the "Vans" or the "cadet hat" or any shit like that on there, but those are things that I don't need to have "accomplished", yet, they are what I would consider life admin things.

Are any of the things on there what one would consider "indie products"? No, I don't think so. They're just piss around ideas that I am toying with (some of them), but there is only one project on there, I think (the Parody Project), unless one counts tmo.name, which is just a self-managed blog thing that I am making for me and don't have plans of doing some public type offering with it. tmo.name is nowhere near complete, yet (in fact, it is nearly all .html and .php sub-pages), but there will be more eventually. The Parody Project is near completion, but it takes money to complete, and I am pretty sure I will just buy everything for it in March, but again, it's just some piss around "joke" thing.

As for task bucket, I might make some list type thing, as I have little interest in rebuilding PSShub or GeneralDisclaimer (which were two "Low Code" projects I had back a couple years ago). Plain Ass Pong did get recreated of February of this month though, for S&G's.

why build a bunch of little things like this?

Again, piss around ideas that are sort an expression of creativity. I've considered a low key "business" model for the Parody Project, and I might still go through with that, but I am not betting the farm on it, haha.

Same for tmo.name - building it for personal reasons

Same for the task bucket concept - building for fun (and usefulness)

It all falls under the same reasoning for why I do any web dev type of stuff - to learn, have fun, express myself, find some personal utility in it, etc.

Just sharing