It's actually my first project in C, so my code is messy and I'm sure it has a ton of bugs, but it somewhat works!
It requires only Ncurses and OpenSSL libraries.
Feel free to check it out, and tell me what you think and what i need to fix/change/add :)
@alexandra Enlightened brain: Creating static HTML files for every permutation of the form responses.
My parents' router was forgetting its settings, so I went to Best Buy to just get one today so they can have internet again. I bought a Netgear, and now I regret it. The web interface to set it up didn't work at all, I had to use an Android app. The setup process was full of upsells and dark patterns. The default settings are poor (eg. no IPv6 at all) and some settings just don't exist (eg. no way to configure or disable IPv6 firewall). I'll never buy Netgear again.
@x_cli well, that's great, but the Markdown source is also pulled by JS. If you cURL it, you get a tag soup with some JS, no content.
Instead, just offer regular HTML for the general use-case (the browser), and a "source" link to the Markdown version for those who want to use it that way. You can even use some tricksty user agent discovery and serve versions based on that.
But JS -> pull Markdown -> interpret client-side is just utter crap.
Hace unos días, íbamos en la lancha hacia un nuevo sitio de buceo, cuando un grupo de lobos marinos nos comenzó a seguir. Durante el buceo, estuvieron presumiendo sus capacidades acrobáticas.
Les dejo las imágenes que logré captar.
@alvarezp With much more recommendation. There are some assumptions (like x86_64 and latest version) that can be made for the average user, or explanations why someone would need something. There is some help, but the deeper the go the less clear things get.
I saw after the initial toot that they *are* doing this on the revamped https://debian.org (serving debian-10.9.0-amd64-netinst.iso), which is great! Unfortunately https://debian.org/distrib hasn't profited from this.
Having great arguments that make it sound like you are right doesn't mean you are actually right.
Having many people back you up does not mean you are right either.
Instead, it just makes you be in a more powerful position to win the argument. To "win" an argument just means that other people "perceived" you as the winner. It does not mean either you or them are right.
Being right is strictly about facts. Deliberately playing the argument-winning game is just about politics and power.
En el video pasado platiqué de este festival internacional de rock progresivo, que se realiza en Mexicali. Hoy retomo el tema contándoles sobre las fiestas que se hacían en el Baja Prog y las mejores bandas que nos visitaron, en mi opinión. ¡No se lo pierdan!
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I can see that the web's a better framework than the low bar of Android/iOS/Windows. I can see that JS has enhanced the document web. But we can do better!
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