Application for Wilh3lmMusic

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Why are you interested in joining this server?: 
I have been a redstoner for some time, but my knowledge so far is almost entirely within the field of making piston doors. I have become interested in and want to learn computational redstone and have heard that this is a good server for that. That is why I would like to join this server.
Current Redstone knowledge: 
I have been doing redstone since around 2018, if I remember correctly. However, almost all of that was making piston doors, and trying to make them smaller. Thus, while I have a lot of experience and a good amount of knowledge of door-making, I know almost nothing about computational redstone, which is why I want to learn more about that topic.
Past Redstone Experience: 
I have almost exclusively made piston doors so far, so here are some of my favorites: 8x8 seamless piston door: Made in two days in April 2020 (so quite old at this point) and with a volume of 11,750 blocks (quite large). A quintuple piston extender on the top pushes most of the door down, and the bottom retracts and stores the blocks. Most of the door consists of powering the inputs for each set of pistons in the right order, but there is a section of the bottom opening that gets used twice. 5x3 seamless piston door, version 12: This door is the culmination of a lot of work to make it as small as I can (twelve versions), and it has a volume of just 180 blocks. There is a triple extender on the top to push the bottom and middle rows down, and retracts itself into the ceiling with the top row of blocks. The triple extenders powers on both the opening and closing, but the final retraction is only on the opening. 2x2 seamless glass swapping door, version 3: This door is a 2x2 seamless glass door that, when closed, can swap between two types of door block (such as white and red glass). It has a volume of 224 blocks, which is as small as possible using the piston layout used. It includes a system to only allow swapping the blocks when the door is closed and that blocks the swapping input while it is still swapping the blocks. It also includes mechanisms pushing a line of blocks back and forth to transmit the signal, including blocks in the door frame (twice) and pistons of the layout (four times).
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What kind of creations would you like to build on this server?: 
I would probably build more doors on this server, as those are what I mainly do, but I want to learn computational redstone and start building computational circuits. I have heard that this server is a good place to learn that topic, and I am interested in computers and want to learn computational redstone.