Stuff we've discussed on IRC.
Posted by azz at 2004-08-01 21:26
Emulator for the Apollo Guidance Computer.
Not many games written for that...
Although, of course, it might be fun to try to write a Lunar Lander game for it.
The lander program itself is pretty amazing to read.
It's a really tiny machine, but it's actually running a little multitasking operating system.
And the authors have a sense of humour: the routine that fires the lander engine is called BURN_BABY_BURN...
Heh, and it does maths in a way that I've only ever seen in one other program: the ZX81 ROM...
Posted by azz at 2004-08-01 16:15
Nice job, Eduserv...
Is this a case of all their hostnames which are not set up right going to BUFDG?
That webserver's probably getting quite a lot of traffic at the moment, so they're brave to share it with other stuff.
Posted by azz at 2004-08-01 11:52
This, however, continues to work.
Let me know if you find anything more than usually broken...
(Yes, I know the new mirrors list is.)
And now I've removed the new mirrors list, so it's no longer broken.
Posted by azz at 2004-08-01 10:44
What a nice smooth transition.
Well... the layout of the homepage is cuter then the old service :)
That's because it has no content on it.
Quite possibly :)
Oh, and their FTP server is broken too.
And their rsync server doesn't work at all.
Posted by Dorward at 2004-08-01 09:52
Ah, PHP. closes window
Fairly reasonable program for viewing listings in a web browser
The install instructions seem to be heavily out of date though
And the .sql file is broken (you need to remove "," after the last line in a number of SQL statements.