Whilst scp'ing the blog entries to the zion.sx server I accidentally changed the timestamps for all the entries.
It has been a while since I have made any log of changes to integer.trout.pl, so here is a short summary:
- PSU died, changed to P4 server
- hostname changed to max-damage
- bought 9ch.in
- stopped using integer.trout.pl
- switched from cherokee to nginx
- added projects, fortune, un-ascii, etc
- added shell accounts
- #perwl flourishes
- irc.9ch.in / irc.tsukihi.me / irc.helldive.org / irc.internetrelaycats.net
- major ddos brings 9ch.in to a halt
- max-damage is retired
- new machine purchased
- hostname changed to perwlcon
- services migrated
- debian breaks on multiarch
- Exherbo installed as primary OS
- KVM and ipv6 connectivity added
There have been a lot of smaller changes but those are the ones that immediately come to mind.
More blog entries coming soon!
In correspondence to the previous post, the mw2 modding information is actually hosted at mw2-gsc.tiddlyspot.com
I updated org.tanami.org for the first time in 2 years.
I also completed all my exams and I have been accepted into the AI Zombies development team for all 4D1 projects. There will be a GSC documentation resource shortly available on 9ch.in.
Jewels not tools.
Here's some things which I still need to change in dolphin/noir before it becomes a public release:
- extended colour definitions, allow users to store new /colo commands in an external definition file from a commmand
- /pester, simultaneous ctcp, dcc, msg, notice, memoserv and channel messaging to a given target
- /cdiff, make a diff of users in a channel
- more /colo options, including #hashtags, "rip", duotone characters and a gradient (possibly the return of "suicide")
- text splitting, a new function which splits output from commands into IRC-friendly (~440 chars) lines without losing control codes
- proper macroing, this is probably the most complex feature since it is essentially a little interpreter, an advanced version of /inline
- non-blocking functions, ideally a command could be executed in a window and it would just send to the window when it was ready but this is hard to implement
- [REDACTED], ???