Solid work done in February: from releasing a Badlucky t-shirt, joining WebDX group, publishing Gamedev.js Survey results on GitHub, to writing a bunch of news here and there.
With Gamedev.js Survey 2023 completed in December and the report published in January, I got asked multiple times about the raw results of this year's answers and those from the past editions as well, especially from the open questions, and decided to publish all that on GitHub.
Lots of things happened in January: we've summarized 2023 and made plans for 2024, published Gamedev.js Survey 2023 results, I've prepared the first four weekly issues of the Phaser World newsletter after revival, W3C Games group had a meetup about generative AI, the NSHex Counter app got two armies (Merchants Guild and Partisans) added, and I published ten different news posts on NeuroshimaHex.pl.
I'm staying in the GitHub Stars program for another year! I wasn't sure this will be extended for the fourth time, since at the very beginning the plan was to have any given Star for a maximum of three years in the program and then automatically turn them into an alumni.
I was invited to join the W3C WebDX Community Group which gathers folks focusing on improving developer experience. Valuable info is collected through surveys - at my very first call I've talked about the Gamedev.js Survey.
Given my experience running Gamedev.js Weekly for more than a decade, I was lucky enough to be offered a task of helping revive the Phaser World newsletter that was inactive for more than two years already.