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Blood on the Clocktower is the intellectual property of The Pandemonium Institute. ClockTracker has no affiliation with The Pandemonium Institute. ClockTracker is a fan-made project whose sole aim is to offer a service to lovers of Blood on the Clocktower.

All money taken in through this Ko-Fi will go to developing and paying for the costs of ClockTracker. If we end up with an excess of money to use for that purpose, we will suspend this Ko-Fi.

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If this project is of interest to you, please check it out! We have over 500 users already!

ClockTracker is free to use, and it is supported via Ko-Fi. If you find value in this project, please consider donating something to help keep the servers running

ko-fi.com/clocktracker

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As a social deduction game, communities are another big feature. Community moderators can create events, and sync with their Discord server to help coordinate scheduling between Discord, ClockTracker, and other websites.

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I know that folks who track games probably like to use other tracking tools as well, so there is integration built in to post a game to BoardGameGeek or BGStats.

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In July, I started building a solution to this problem: ClockTracker. It allows users to enter their game data, and provides access to viewing this data on a per-user, per-character, or per-script level.

You can also tag your friends to connect games you've played together!

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This project started from a simple premise: how can we record data that is easily shared and comparable?

A lot of Blood on the Clocktower players record their games in spreadsheets, but this data isn't available to everyone, and it's not consistent in what kind of data it uses.

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ClockTracker - Write your Clocktower story

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@rho Note that this episode was recorded back in March, so when we're referring to the weather, it made sense at the time.

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I share the latest releases of Human Side of Dev on both Twitter and Mastodon. Currently, Mastodon makes up about 56% of traffic, while Twitter is 34%. With the recently announced changes, I expect that second number to drop.

I find this interesting both because I have significantly fewer followers on Mastodon, and because the timeline is only chronological. I feel like the correct decision is to focus more on interacting on Mastodon in order to build an audience for the show.

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If I'm going to be maintaining this site, I might as well get some personal benefit out of it. It's been fun to extend it in this way, and that's all I can ask from a side project.

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But probably the first thing I added besides blogging and podcasting was a read-only view of my Mastodon usage. It was really fun to integrate into the site, and feels like a logical extension of using such an open platform.

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