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I heard you like Risc, so I put risk in your Risc…
Here I attempt to “get good” at C/SV/Linux for a change.
What I am doing:
Create custom Risc-V Emulator >> Hardware.
Dynamically cluster Risc cores as an user instance.
Good instance accessibility, probably over IP.
Goal: Combine services from “The Movie DB” and “
Privacy.com” to make a service I’ve wanted to see for too long.
Updating Linode server with progress weekly
what2watchlist.com just pushed a good update. :3000
I’m a developer who intends to be productive but has been down too many youtube rabbit holes during covid.
my devember project. I aim to create terminal graph visualizer and editor(simply draw.io but in console).
And here is my first update demo
My Devember project is a continuation of last years Devember project
I am essentially making/rewriting a CPU Simulating Engine, most of the changes will be ‘under the hood’ (less duct tape), get some core features working (IE performance statistics), and have documentation, lots of documentation.
(also trying a different direction with updates this year, wanting to include some more details on how it works, and why I made design decisions)
Book-of-Algorithms/CPUsimulator.py at master · Medic5700/Book-of-Algorithms · GitHub
Forum Link: [Devember 2021] CPU Simulating Engine (a rewrite from last Devember)
Last Years Forum Link: A CPU simulator where you program the instruction set
Some stupid napkin math : Hamlet has a word count of 30,557. Assuming a generous 2 bytes per character with an average world length of 7 ( again, generous ) its about 427798 bytes or around 427KB. Do websites really need to send the equivalent of shakespeare’s hamlet
several times over just to load up a few comments? Just this page has been at least 4MB. /rant
The main goal is to get a viable forum server I can use by around January-Feburary as I will have to setup a forum at around that time. It would be really great If I could use my own software to do that
I’m going to start a project in the spirit of Devember, but I know it won’t be finished for the devember rulings.
I want to automate deploying centreon for monitoring Linux servers.
Deploy vm from iso
See if it’s possible to automate the stuff normally done in webgui.
Automate/script adding new clients.
Been a user of centreon for a few years.
I use it to monitor my linux machines with snmp.
So figured I’d give this a shot to hopefully speed up and make future upgrades painless.
Automate the iso deployment to VM (could probably cheat this by using the ova)
Automate the initial setup of templates and servic…
I don’t know if this is eligible for a Devember project since it partly involves some hardware (3D printing) but I’m doing it anyway.
'L1 Tech Deck' Devember Project
It’s a little media keypad to use when I’m listening to the L1 news and other podcasts in bed. I will also be making a custom case and keycaps including a L1 logo keycap.
I give it 60 minutes of trying before I brick the tablet.
My Devember project is a distributed web crawler. This is primarily a means for me to learn about how best to design, develop and deploy software across multiple machines.
Link to post:
[Devember 2021] - Distributed Web Crawler
Nitty Gritty Gentoo Project!!
My Devember project is to create a custom Distro based on a GentooStage4 tarball, using Gentoo’s Release Engineer tool, Catalyst. I have a few concrete goals for this project:
A working build chain going through all the stages (seed, stage1, stage2, stage3, stage4, livecd1, livecd2)
Usable stage 4 tarball
Usable liveCD that can be used to install the stage 4
Website to host the tarballs and ISOs
installer saved to livecd to install Gentoo using stage4
[Devember 2021] Custom Distro using Gentoo’s Catalyst
TV Lockout mechanism
TL;DR Stay on track with your fitness program or get put in the penalty box (no TV).
Trying to enhance my skills in the low-level area of things with a bit of crypto and rust learning thrown in for good measure
I want to create a software that can encrypt and decrypt files using a secret sharing algorithm, with configurable shard count und minimum shard count.
It should also have a GUI, but I’m unsure whether I’ll use something that’s working only under Linux or whether it’ll also support windows.
Optionally, a fuse driver that can en- and decrypt folde…
I thought this would be a great opportunity to learn the open source Godot game engine so I started a very simple 2D puzzle game (
It’s neat seeing everyone’s creativity.
Tsk tsk. I’ve been naughty by creating an open source crypto wallet for Devember:
EDIT: GitHub repo here:
Long time Tek Sy Level1Techs fan, first time caller. I’ve been consuming the Level1News every week since early 2017. Thanks for the work and the contest!
I’m a few weeks into this project already, but haven’t made the first git commit yet.
Lately, I’ve been paying the bills wit…
Am CS student, know a bit of Python and C. I dislike Youtube’s removal of the dislike button, so I decided to make my own.
Youtube is taking away the dislike button. I’d like to put it back, and more. Basically a database of URLs that match up with a number of likes and dislikes, both submitted by users of the service.
I envision a browser plugin that pops up a simple colored ratio bar with a like and dislike button, for every unique link visited. Or, users can manual…
Edit: whoops, replied to the wrong post. Oh well
My devember project is to create a server and client for listening to audiobooks with the ability to keep track of position in the audiobook across devices.
I have tons of audiobooks but not a great way to listen to them across multiple devices. Looking at existing projects the most ubiquitous option seems to be booksonic, but as it’s based off of a music server there’s lots of things that don’t really make sense in the land of audiobooks. So I want to build something ground up specifically f…
Linux Admin class Final Project
I am an IT student that has a final group project do for Linux Admin class.
I am hosting a server for my group to do the project easier than if we had our own VMs.
ps Yes this is lame but this is a good change to learn Linode hosting
My goal is to create a FUSE mount client for Tahoe-LAFS, a decentralized networked filesystem.
I have quite a collection of public domain tv shows and movies, and so do my friends. We all have our own datasets in our own redundant zpools. Quite inefficient. What if we somehow combined all that space into one huge storage pool? Not just our media storage, but also a couple TBs here from spare space on random disks.
Okay, so just…
Been wanting to work on (AND FINISH) something interesting on my free time for a while now but haven’t had the driver or motivation to do it, with this year’s Devember I hope I’ll get something done.
[Devember 2021] Spotify archiver
Full name pending, work name SAINT
I’ll be creating a thing to archive/backup whatever I can (that makes sense) from the Spotify API in regards to the user’s usage of it. Off the top of my head, at least the following data will be stored in the application’s database:
User’s own playlists, …