- An entertaining client
Oh, I rather like that!
It isn't exactly ncurses, but a tad more supported on a variety of awful TTYs if you happen to be stuck on one of those.
But there's history, I suppose. Citadel doesn't hail from the WWIVnet days, predating that.
this potty tr is a fucking bitch. he pees gre but that #2 is funky
Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter.
Part 1: Privacy
You have no privacy. Get over it.
Part 2: more privacy
It's the EU. They have new requirements, and it's making everyone pump out emails about it.
Screw you, and screw your policy. If you're reading this in Europe, ha ha, I set a cookie on your browser and am reading your private email. Come and get me.
The EU law protects citizens from the likes of Facebook, Google and others.
I've always preferred Citadel's spartan terminal interface to the others out there at the time.
It helped you focus entirely on conversation, and not stoopid 'signatures' with ANSI codes, animations, and other rot.
Consequently, I found conversations on Citadel systems to have a higher quality than on FidoNet or WWIVnet.
Although, unfortunately, the latter two BBS networks had far more people participating.
Using Webcit for the first time in a while.
Er, is it intentional for Uncensored's certificate to be dated Sunday, November 04, 1906, 10:31 AM?
I am planning to add support for Let's Encrypt into WebCit's replacement so it can order and renew its own free certificates.
Although, unfortunately, the latter two BBS networks had far more
People complain about 3270-style screen-oriented interfaces all the time, it seems; however, when push comes to shove, it seems more people prefer them to something more free-form. Like, on the one hand, "LOLZ, the 60s called and they want their block-oriented terminals back," but as soon as you present an interface of simpler structure, they're all like, "LULZ, where R teh fancy ANSI graffix and slicc menyooz?"
You just can't please everyone.
Heh.. today's version of ANSI animations are 'Web 2.0' or whatever they're calling it these days... oh, I think it's 'Responsive' now.
As everyone who actually uses these things knows ... and this applies to people who work in hospitals, at point of sale terminals, mechanical shops, etc ... once you learn a keyboard based interface, it is MUCH faster to operate than something that requires a mouse.