BBBS is a fullfledged BBS system which incorporates all of your needs for setting up your own BBS. It contains full Internet and Fidonet support. Fidonet messages and Internet news and email are embedded together with a versatile WWW-based, offline and online message reading system.
EMWM is a fork of the Motif Window Manager with fixes and enhancements. The idea behind this is to provide compatibility with current xorg extensions and applications, without changing the way the window manager looks and behaves.
tftp2httpd is a daemon written in Go which acts as a TFTP server and proxies the requests to an HTTP server. This can be used to serve configuration files requested by embedded devices on a dynamic basis, by taking advantage of the huge HTTP ecosystem for serving requests dynamically.
#FujiNet was intended to be a network adapter that attaches to the SIO (Peripheral) port of an Atari 8-bit computer system but has become an all encompassing SIO peripheral emulator. The current hardware is a design based on the ESP32-WROVER module
There's a different way to put pictures in QR codes. Instead of scribbling on redundant pieces and relying on error correction to preserve the meaning, we can engineer the encoded values to create the picture in a code with no inherent errors
this is the first post on a series of automation posts that will demonstrate how to build a Full-Stack automation. In fact it can be used to automate any service, but we'll focus and use network as an example.
There are a lot of topics in software engineering that are the result of accumulated intuition over decades. But we've had a pretty good definition of abstraction since 1977, originally in the context of program analysis, and — I claim — it actually translates quite well into a precise definition of “abstraction” in engineering.
...just not all the other things that programmers tend to throw the word "abstraction" at
Simple.css allows website developers to spin something up very quickly that looks good and needs very little work
[..] there are no CSS classes anywhere in the CSS or the HTML. So your website can look just like this using plain old vanilla HTML.