@2018.09.22 [Sat] 22:50
Latest updates for my new board software "00chan" :
- has "flair" engine for tripcodes
- PGP fingerprint-based "secure tripcodes"
- Threads have sticky, lock, permasage, "archive" modes
- Federation between "friend" servers
- Browse by board or tag, or all
- better content filtering policies
- mod tools (mod thread, delete thread, mod post, delete post, range delete)
- more stylesheets
- markup engine (bbcode, markdown, lispmark, code, default)
- advanced tag filtering
@2018.09.15 [Sat] 22:30
I may be the only person in the entire world using iyagi, but there is now a moderation tool:
1 - del_thread -- Delete a thread
2 - mod_post -- Modify a post (delete it, or warn the user)
3 - mod_thread -- Lock / sticky / stickylock / permasage /nothing a thread
This makes it a little easier to moderate the board.
I wrote this all in a cafe! Simple installation and use:
Should work with all version of iyagi.
Future features will be banning users / badwords using this tool . right now it can only remove or modify posts.
@2018.09.14 [Fri] 20:25
iyagi BBS has been updated to include the following features:
- wordfilter (posts containing certain words are rejected)
- bans on IP (including range bans)
You can browse /bbs/ at http://4x13.net/bbs/
@2018.09.11 [Tue] 01:15
I've reopened the /wiki/ and /gal/lery. They'll be closed again
if they are abused, but until then, please enjoy the free services. If you
like the software, please install it on your own server :)
@2018.09.11 [Tue] 01:00
Here's a new clock format I invented called "new beats".
Rather than tracking a 24 hour day with 60 minute hours of 60 seconds
per minute, (from 00:00:01 -- 24:60:60) beats divides a day into "beats"
( @000 - @999). The beats time of @000 begins at UTC0; UTC0 noon is @500;
and the last "beat" before midnight is @999.
A beat lasts for about 1 minute and 26 seconds.
"Wait," the reader asks; "what do you mean, UTC-0? And isn't this
Swatch's beats?" Well... that's where you're wrong. Swatch's beat system
came first, sure, but it's based around the idea that UTC+1 should be the
basis of timekeeping because Swatch is located there. The name of Swatch
Beats also reflects the true nature of Swatch's interest in beats:
Because Swatch has done absolutely nothing to encourage the adoption
or use of Beats time since the early 2000s, and because basing the
day around UTC+1 is stupid, I am "forking" from Swatch Beats to New Beats.
A formal RFC may be filed in the future.
In the meanwhile, here's python code to calculate "new beats"...
btime = time.strftime("%H %M %S", time.gmtime(time.time()))
btime = [int(a) for a in btime.split(" ")]
btime = int(((btime * 3600) + (btime * 60) + btime)/86.4)
See how simple it is? There's 864,000 seconds in a day, so
864000 / 86.4 = 1000.