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!
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.
In correspondence to the previous post, the mw2 modding information is actually hosted at mw2-gsc.tiddlyspot.com
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], ???