Ah, the end?

Here’s picture of sun and its field lines to show that I’m working on astronomy related, but actually have no proper knowledge of how any of this works, cheers! 🍻
  1. We put a pin on the animator as it didn’t make sense for us to work on something that isn’t of more value for the first release.
  2. Pfsspy field lines now allow for a custom color function to be passed while plotting.
  3. All main functionality is big-free (as far as I know) and can be used efficiently without having to worry about something failing.
  4. The final boss with our little project is trying to get the documentation to render 3D plots correctly and this is being handled by the mentors which is a huge load off my head.

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An aspiring Software Engineer with a new found interest for open source contribution.

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