Blue light may suppress the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone. Red Moon filters out blue light and dims your screen below the normal minimum, so you can use your phone comfortably at night.
Communities keep software projects alive. Without them, projects usually fade into obscurity when the primary developer loses interest or becomes busy in other parts of their life. That's where you come in! You can:
Red Moon is still maintained, and I have no plans to change that. I would actually like to do more development and get Red Moon feature-complete. However, it is hard for me to get motivated to do that when I'm the only developer (especially when there are other projects I'm involved in that do have others working on them).
If you're interested in becoming a co-maintainer, I'm willing to spend time walking you through the code base.
Screenshots are slightly out of date.
To build the app on GNU+Linux, clone the repository, then, from the root directory, run
To install the app on a connected device or running emulator, run
Prioritize legibility over dogmatism. That said, consistency is nice, so here's a short list of what I've been doing.
ENUMSuse all caps,
if(except short val/var one-liners:
val x = if (a) b else c)
Red Moon is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or (at your option) any later version by the contributors. It is a derivative of Shades by Chris Nguyen, used under the MIT License.
All used artwork is released into the public domain. Some of the icons use cliparts from openclipart.org, which are all released in the public domain, namely:
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