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[#] Wed Feb 15 2006 22:59:52 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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That would be kind of cool, even if it were for mere hack value. Or if you needed to stuff an SMTP transport into a small embedded system.

[#] Wed Feb 15 2006 23:32:10 EST from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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The application I had in mind was a very simple, high performance MTA. I could probably sell it to my employer, they could really use it.

[#] Sat Feb 18 2006 03:10:06 EST from Grey Wolf @ PixelBBS

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roue! Okay, in the interests of diving back through at least 14-15 years of compu-history, I'm going to risk going off-topic. Matt! I remember swimming in your pool and throwing your sister's Vanilla Ice CD around as a pool toy!
I miss those days. ;)

[#] Mon Feb 20 2006 00:27:22 EST from IO ERROR @ Uncensored

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the8088er, the Model 100 will run its serial line up to 2400 baud, if I recall correctly. It's been a while, but I have logged in to uncensored from one. And there's even a Linux termcap entry for it. Just hook it up to your nearest Linux box, change the termcap entry the serial line uses in inittab, and Bob's your uncle.

[#] Mon Feb 20 2006 10:47:35 EST from roue @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Hey Grey Wolf. In the interest of salvaging my sister's honor, I believe that vanilla ice cd actually belonged to Time Bandit :)

[#] Mon Feb 20 2006 14:35:42 EST from curly surmudgeon @ Dog Pound BBS II

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The TRS-100 was a favorite terminal/computer for the physically disabled.
One friend of mine lived the last 35 years of his life in an iron lung and owuld use a pencil in his mouth to press keys on the '100.

[#] Wed Feb 22 2006 00:25:20 EST from Grey Wolf @ PixelBBS

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[Matt: -- TB actually posted in my BBS listing there. Say hi. ;) ]

[#] Wed Feb 22 2006 08:02:19 EST from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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(GW...Matt's got Iconoclast on bbsmates, already <G>...TB, occasionally, logs in over here)

[#] Wed Feb 22 2006 20:52:56 EST from Nite*Star @ Uncensored

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Grey Wolf ... you didn't use to run the Wolf's Den by any chance, did you?

[#] Wed Feb 22 2006 22:51:11 EST from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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Which Wolf's Den where?

[#] Sat Feb 25 2006 02:52:32 EST from Grey Wolf @ PixelBBS

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[Wolf's Lair, in south NJ. Not den. ]

[#] Sat Feb 25 2006 02:52:51 EST from Grey Wolf @ PixelBBS

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[Well, Wolf Lair, to be exact. Thus earning me hate mail in the late 1980's. ;) ]

[#] Fri Jun 30 2006 17:31:22 EDT from Goober @ Nitz

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[#] Sat Jul 01 2006 05:48:19 EDT from Grey Wolf @ PixelBBS

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[#] Mon Jul 03 2006 08:52:53 EDT from matt @ comalies

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Anybody done a presentation on Citadel at their local Linux/Unix/Mac/whatever user group?

I've put my hand up to do one at the programmers sig at ausom ( next month.


Bits I'd like to cover:

* Brief history of Citadel

* Citadel vs all the other stuff which gets more press than us

* Overview of node-to-node, node-to-client communication, what you can use to connect to Citadel.

* Compiling and using citadel and webcit from scratch

* Q&A 


[#] Mon Jul 03 2006 17:26:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Are you planning to give a slideshow?

[#] Tue Jul 04 2006 08:30:34 EDT from matt @ comalies

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Most likely for the start introduction bit

[#] Wed Jul 05 2006 22:54:17 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Maybe that could be something generally reusable.

I don't know if it's a good topic for a first introduction, but I think one of Citadel's understated features is the ability to link a bunch of them together and give the whole network one or more Internet domain names that span all nodes.

Aside from that, you could walk the audience through an Easy Install while you give some talking points, or maybe show them the Flash demo from the web site.

Definitely show them some of the nifty AJAX features, such as the ability to drag-and-drop a message from one room to another. The hover-bubbles over calendar items tend to wow people too.

[#] Wed Jul 05 2006 23:10:20 EDT from Seg @ Uncensored

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Any progress on clustering personal mailboxes between servers like you can public mailboxes?

[#] Thu Jul 06 2006 22:18:23 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Nothing like that is currently in the works.

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