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58 words by attila written on 2013–08–26, last edit: 2013–08–26, tags: hacking, open-source, pigs, privacy, ratd, system
Hacktivists Want to Free the Net by Building a New One From Scratch | Motherboard.
See also: … read more
64 words by attila written on 2013–03–14, last edit: 2013–03–14, tags: arduino, gps, hardware, lo-tech, open-source, raspi
The Viking Sunstone Revealed? - ScienceNOW.
I think it might be possible to build a GPS-less navigation system based on that idea. A chip of that crystal with a couple sensors pointed at it perhaps installed in a vehicle that can vary its … read more
68 words by attila written on 2011–12–21, last edit: 2011–12–21, tags: open-source, plans, projects
This is what I’m thinking about right now: Getting all of my main projects on github including WebApp and wookie Pushing out a new release of crackalaka Getting flail 2. to the point where it works again and pushing that into CPAN to get rid of the old monstrosity … read more
924 words by attila written on 2015–03–11, last edit: 2015–10–13, tags: markdown, open-source, openbsd, ports, text
Even in just doing the simple stuff I’ve tried so far in OpenBSD ports it is frequently an adventure that leads to good and unexpected places. I believe they call that fun or something.
My first idea was to do … read more
3085 words by attila written on 2015–03–12, last edit: 2017–05–30, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser
Give Me Your Hackers Your Journos Your Activists Yearning To Be Only Lightly Surveilled
The NYC BSD User’s Group NYC BUG is full of firebrands and malcontents. This is why I like them even though I haven’t met any of them in person or even set foot in NYC in well over … read more
195 words by attila written on 2013–08–22, last edit: 2013–08–22, tags: open-source, socks
I needed a simple SOCKS proxy for work. I found nylon in my OpenBSD machine’s ports tree and immediately liked its simplicity. Unfortunately I needed a socks server under Linux Ubuntu feh and nylon doesn’t seem to have a debian package… … read more
1428 words by attila written on 2015–09–18, last edit: 2015–09–18, tags: open-source, openbsd, perl, ports
You wouldn’t know it from reading this blog but I actually do write software on occasion. I’ve been changing the way I do things in general ditching old bad habits for new ones always the optimist that never changes . To death with Stinking Linux Thinking: … read more
316 words by attila written on 2015–06–26, last edit: 2015–06–26, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser
This is just a quick note to update anyone who cares on status.
A couple of days ago I tagged v4.5.2 of the OpenBSD ports which comprise the Tor Browser Bundle at release 4.5.2 as of 16 June. These are not official OpenBSD ports at the moment. I finally got off … read more
559 words by attila written on 2015–08–21, last edit: 2015–08–21, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser
This is all old news but I’ve been remiss about posting here so in the spirit of better late than never: the OpenBSD Tor Browser ports were updated to 4.5.3 on 3 July just a little while before 5. came … read more
988 words by attila written on 2015–04–29, last edit: 2015–04–29, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser
A few bits of progress to report on the Tor Browser Bundle ports.
First my collaborator and I have set up a new GitHub account: The Tor BSD Diversity Project. We’ve moved all of our git repositories and are using GH to coordinate for … read more
316 words by attila written on 2017–05–30, last edit: 2017–05–30, tags: open-source, openbsd, pets, ports, tor, tor-browser
I never posted properly here on this subject so here goes belatedly: the Tor Browser ports the Tor/BSD Diversity Project worked on out of tree for a year and a half were accepted into the ports tree in November 2 16. … read more
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