Fun fact: when I was a freshman in college I thought my most useful contribution to free software (I was not a programmer at the time) would be to make a webcomic about two people mod'ing their house and it turning it into what we would now call a "hackerspace" (that term didn't exist then) where the whole house was slowly automated (IoT didn't exist then either). I never finished it or even got what we would call "far" at all.
But you can still find it... not that it's good...
The one thing I'm proud of about it was the level of experimentation I was doing at the time in each page. It did influence a lot of my future artwork and experiments.
Part of the reason I never finished it was "imposter syndrome" though I didn't know the term at the time. I was afraid I didn't understand the tech I was describing enough. The upside is I started learning more...
@rysiek But really, for *years* I thought I would come back to it and this would be my major life's work.
Time changes you...
@rysiek Also I'm super, super embarassed to see I had an *NC* license at the time. Gak!
@Shamar @rysiek I'm embarassed because my comic doesn't live up to a quality I would want it to have if I worked on it today. That and the "two male characters" comic antipattern. What can I say... I was young and inexperienced.
Regarding embarassment of noncommercial licenses, I later went on to become a vocal anti-NC advocate, even when I later worked at Creative Commons
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