OpenSSH 5.7 released, now with elliptic curves!
Concurrent Pattern Calculus, by Thomas Given-Wilson, Daniele Gorla, and
“This work extends the pattern calculus to the concurrent setting by
adding constructs for parallel composition, name restriction and
replication, and argues convincingly for its greater expressiveness as
compared to other concurrent calculi.”
The “extensible MIPS” is a dynamically extensible processor for
general-purpose, multi-user systems. The reconfigurable logic
(Extensions) dynamically load/unload application-specific
circuits. eMIPS runs NetBSD on the Xilinx ML401/2 (Virtex V4) XUP
(V5), and on the BEE3(4xV5).
Openwall GNU/*/Linux is a small security-enhanced
Linux distribution for servers, appliances, and virtual appliances.
This could be the OpenBSD-style Linux distribution I’ve been looking for.
(Some stuff is really old, though.)
tcb, an alternative to /etc/shadow. Pretty clever: uses a single
file per user.
Announcing FreeBSD on EC2
and a FAQ,
by Colin Percival.
MooseFS is a fault tolerant, network distributed file system.
Seem to be used for heavy-duty setups, implemented in plain C,
easy setup; I should give it a try.
We’ll be retiring our support of OpenID on May 1, 37signals announce.
Can’t we just finally deploy Kerberos?
DryDrop, update App Engine sites by pushing to GitHub.
Seems good for static pages.
open80211s HOWTO, how to set up a mesh network using open80211s and
a supported driver.
A comparison of text-based browsers, featuring elinks, links, lynx,
netrik, retawq, and w3m.
SMALL C is a “C” language compiler that is available with source code.
Unix, the Hole Hawg of Operating Systems, by Neal Stephenson.
Audio Drinkument 10: PUBLIC SCHOOL + American Drink,
14 track mixtape.
Little Big Details, UX tumblr.
Tree of LISP