Generating a Settlers of Catan board using graphs

Image of the gameboard of Settlers of Catan in the middle of a game
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Settlers of Catan is a well-known board game that has a board made up of hexagonal tiles with pieces placed at the corners and edges between these tiles. To represent such a board as a data structure multiple approaches have been used over time. PyCatan uses lists for the edges, corners, and tiles, has a coordinate attached to every object, and then uses these to calculate the neighboring objects. colonizers also uses lists for the edges, corners and, tiles, but instead uses the 2D coordinate of the center of the objects to locate these and then uses the distance between the different object to find the neighboring objects.
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Fridays for Future Profile Picture Generator

A profile picture generator for the Fridays for Future movement. It is used to overlay profile picture frames over images uploaded by the user to mobilize for upcoming climate strikes or other actions by Fridays for Future. It was shared and used by many activists of Fridays for Future including Greta Thunberg and Luisa Neubauer. Already 50 000 signatures in less than 22hrs! Read, sign & share our open letter and demands to EU- and global leaders here ->https://t.
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Hive Stats and Leaderboards

Hive Stats and Leaderboards is the most comprehensive website for statistics about The Hive. It provides rankings about who has the most gold medals, points, achievements and many more. We also track the points of players through the time for all the different gamemodes and provide more information than the The Hive profile page. Furthermore, we have historic leaderboards for the different gamemodes and support comparing these. This website also has a list of changes in the team of The Hive and a list of all the maps.
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One Year Of Reporting Bike Lane Parkers

Two bike lane parkers; this time they at least didn't stop on top of the curb cut
Bike lane parkers are a common occurrence in many big cities in Germany. One doesn’t need to look for long to find images like these: Neulich meinte jemand, man könne ja gar nicht erkennen, dass diese attraktiven Streifen gar nicht zum Abstellen verkehrsgefährender Gegenstände während des Shopping-Trips gedacht sind. Da hab ich mal aufgemalt, wie man die Radwege in der Tamara-Danz-Straße erkennt #bvvxhain — 🌻 Pascal Striebel 🚲 🏳️‍🌈 (@PascalStriebel) February 8, 2019 In Hamburg the Zentrale Bußgeldstelle (Central Fines Office) accepts reports from citizens that took images of these parked cars via email.
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