"Where Am I" server
The Wai project is (a) an excuse to write an API server with Go and (b) idk. With Wai you can let people know with freeform text information about your location and current status, whatever you and your readers understand that to mean.
The original use case was to have, in a hybrid remote working model, an easy, low-overhead method of lettting people know whether the author is on-site or next plans to be.
The secondary use case was to build an API server using Go. This isn’t much of a use case, I know. But it was fun.
The server is a web application for registering, updating and retiring limited information records for an arbitrary identifier.
The client is a Python application enabling the user to update their information in both command-line and GUI modes.