Made my first video game: Free Bee, a Free clone of The New York Times game Spelling Bee. And a play on words with freebie!

I really like that game but you have to pay to play it. I have a better game now that's free

I wrote it all in two hours. Posting it in case others find it fun too

Should build out of the box on BSD, Linux people will probably need libbsd

github.com/ibara/freebee

Feel free to share!

#OpenBSD #PlayOnBSD #FreeBSD #NetBSD #Linux #game #games #gaming #videogame #videogames

Virtual m68k (Atari, Amiga, EmuTOS, Linux m68k) meeting tonight at

meet.m68k.info/m68k

starting 20:00 CEST

Random link from the archives: "DigiBarn Systems: Swyft information appliance" web.archive.org/web/2018111222 originally posted Mon Nov 12 22:02:26 EST 2018

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Join us to make a more secure web!

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signal app 

So Moxie backtracked and says they'll push a fix to make pins optional. Meanwhile if you don't add a pin (which the app still doesn't say will /upload your signal contact list into the signal servers/) you can't get back in to coordinate a platform switch with your secure contacts. Unless you were already using the desktop app which isn't pin locked, or somehow manage to downgrade the phone app.

Suddenly being held data-hostage -- turn over this data or you can't talk to the people, not even to arrange a different means of contact -- without any forewarning is unacceptable and a perfect example of why centralized infrastructure and single-client rather than interoperable systems are a major failure.

16/ SSH Mastery: OpenSSH, PuTTY, Tunnels and Keys by Michael W. Lucas. Teaches both implicit cultural knowledge and exciting obscure details about OpenSSH in a concise and fun way. I rewrote many configs after reading this.
books.rixx.de/reviews/2020/ssh #rixxReads

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A tweet from Twitterverse: 

RT @ietf@twitter.com

The recent @Apple@twitter.com #WWDC2020 session "Boost performance and security with modern networking" explains how #IPv6, #HTTP2, #TLS13 and many more #openstandards developed in the #IETF work--and how they make today's Internet experience faster and more secure: developer.apple.com/videos/pla

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ietf/status/127803

Do you like the new darker #xenodm login widget colors and the new default background ?

xenocara.org/xenodm-newbg.png

A tweet from Twitterverse: 

RT @ehorley@twitter.com

Apple is saying if developers enabled their services with IPv6, 20% more traffic would flip. In addition, IPv6 is 1.4x faster due to lack of NAT and better routing. Want an easy app performance win? Enable IPv6! twitter.com/theipv6guy/status/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ehorley/status/127

I wrote an article on how to set up a VPN on using the new, native implementation.

xosc.org/wireguard.html

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A tweet from Twitterverse: 

RT @internetsociety@twitter.com

Way back in 1995 Secure Sockets Layer (#SSL) was introduced by #Netscape to provide authentication for a website and enable an encrypted connection. Today SSL has been replaced by Transport Layer Security (#TLS) #InternetHistory #Encryption

🐦🔗: twitter.com/internetsociety/st

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