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and we're just starting
Contributed by dhartmei on Fri Apr 9 00:35:00 2004 (GMT)
from the welcome dept.

navigator, navigator rise up and be strong
the morning is here and there's work to be done.
take your pick and your shovel and the bold dynamite
for to shift a few tons of this earthly delight.

This is a deadly clone, it's written in C as a single cgi with no external dependancies (database, php, etc.), just flat files.

The articles and comments from the original deadly have been imported, and comment viewing (including threaded mode) and posting works.

Give it a try, but be gentle, it's very young ;)

Updates
  • Sun Apr 11 07:15 2004 (GMT) Basic searching now works, after ht://Dig has been beaten into place. More to come (searching comments, sorting results, showing match context in results)

  • Tue Apr 13 22:50 2004 (GMT) As noticed by attentive reader Pierre-Yves Ritschard, a number of original deadly.org articles, like this example (the original), have 'read more' sections, which were lost in the initial conversion. A second conversion fixed this now. Thank you for the report!
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  Posting works (mod 24/270)
by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 02:27:01 2004 (GMT)
  Yeeeha
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  Talk to my anus... (mod -11/281)
by Space Moose on Fri Apr 9 02:27:01 2004 (GMT)
  I'm a deadly.org poster... My anus is sore.. From putting my head in it..
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  Accessing old articles (mod 7/253)
by Daniel Hartmeier (daniel@benzedrine.cx) on Fri Apr 9 04:27:01 2004 (GMT)
http://www.benzedrine.cx
  Search is not implemented yet, but you can get the old articles (they're all online, 1000+ with 10000+ comments), through manual links like this.
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  No subject (mod 31/265)
by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 05:56:01 2004 (GMT)
  Thanks! Looks good. And thanks to http://obsdj.baselabs.org for the temporary solution. :D
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  CGI in C (mod 11/267)
by Anthony on Fri Apr 9 07:34:01 2004 (GMT)
  You're braver than me. Even with ProPolice, W^X, chrooted apache, and all the other little stuff, I still wouldn't want to use CGI done in C. Of course, your box with CGI done in C can probably handle more requests than a quad Opteron with one of the normal CGI languages. Anyway. Thanks for hosting this. It's important for the OpenBSD community to have a forum like this to call home, because misc@ can't do it by itself.
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      misc (-2/216) by Miod on Fri Apr 9 08:16:01 2004 (GMT)
      No subject (3/213) by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 10:15:01 2004 (GMT)

  welcome back (mod 11/255)
by grimmo on Fri Apr 9 09:51:01 2004 (GMT)
  Welcome back guys! I was starting to miss the journal
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      cgi (14/226) by sickness on Fri Apr 9 09:56:01 2004 (GMT)
        open source (6/228) by nathan on Sat Apr 10 05:44:50 2004 (GMT)
            Re: open source (21/223) by Daniel Hartmeier on Wed Apr 14 06:11:59 2004 (GMT)

  cgi (mod -1/269)
by sickness on Fri Apr 9 09:57:01 2004 (GMT)
  I know it's a bit early to ask but... ...will this cgi be open sourced? it's cool and i'd like to try it on my openbsd box also!!! (excuse me for the double post...
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      Source code (1/221) by Daniel Hartmeier on Fri Apr 9 10:15:01 2004 (GMT)

  How About Nested Format Option (mod 12/264)
by Bald Eagle on Fri Apr 9 11:59:01 2004 (GMT)
  As a regular reader I often wished there was a nested option, so one could read the all the comments in one page, in context. Just a suggestion, thanks for all the great effort in pf and now this.
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  james-and-jose@no-integrity (mod 0/252)
by Privacy - The Right To Be Left Alone on Fri Apr 9 12:24:01 2004 (GMT)
  I'll get to my point; From this day on, I can't say I'll ever trust ANYTHING James and Jose put their hands on. They literally aborted the OpenBSD Journal at the expense of a JOKE. You guys sold out for far too little. So much for having any integrity. Good thing James and Jose aren't Blowfish, they would be vomiting passwords to the right bidder. "So Long And Thanks For All The Passwords"
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  Daniel OWNS (mod 16/264)
by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 12:28:01 2004 (GMT)
  First pf, and now this? The savior twice now? I wonder what will be the third...
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      kissd (13/215) by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 12:40:26 2004 (GMT)
      httpd (3/223) by Anonymous Coward on Sat Apr 10 15:46:37 2004 (GMT)
      Re: Daniel OWNS (8/212) by Anonymous Coward on Tue Apr 13 12:35:05 2004 (GMT)

  Nice (mod 12/254)
by os (80.203.29.118) on Fri Apr 9 13:39:40 2004 (GMT)
  Nice, seems fast too .. Wan't a domain? :) I have a bad memory and I'm never going to remember benzedrine.cx :D o.s
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      No subject (16/214) by Anonymous Coward on Fri Apr 9 14:44:46 2004 (GMT)
      New domain (2/222) by Daniel Hartmeier on Sun Apr 11 00:13:04 2004 (GMT)

  Thanks (mod 2/246)
by Roger Waterhouse (68.146.123.36) (rogerw@waterworks.dyndns.org) on Fri Apr 9 15:33:09 2004 (GMT)
  This is a great resource and I was very concerned that it was going away.
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  RSS (mod 11/261)
by srh (24.106.61.110) on Fri Apr 9 15:46:52 2004 (GMT)
  Is there (or is there going to be) an RSS feed?
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      RSS feed (10/220) by Daniel Hartmeier on Fri Apr 9 16:12:57 2004 (GMT)

  Thanks Daniel (mod 11/251)
by Dave (81.168.23.162) on Fri Apr 9 16:55:10 2004 (GMT)
  I just wanted to add my "thanks" to the list - not just for bringing deadly.org back to life, but for all your work on the excellent PF too.
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  domain (mod 10/250)
by Heinz Holtschmit (207.248.43.254) (heinz@bsdcoders.org) on Fri Apr 9 19:07:01 2004 (GMT)
http://www.bsdcoders.org
  what is going to happen with the domain ? 'deadly.org' you are going to imported as well? would be nice ... :- ) regards Heinz
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  Daniel (mod 21/267)
by almeida (66.31.180.15) on Fri Apr 9 22:04:05 2004 (GMT)
  I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Daniel is a great resource to the OpenBSD community and we're lucky to have him. I'm sure the other guys are great too, but it just seems that Daniel really reaches out to the users. His webpage has some great resources, he's frequently answering questions on comp.unix.bsd.openbsd.misc, and now he's running this place. Thanks Daniel.
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  where do i sign ... (mod 15/251)
by j (80.28.52.32) on Sat Apr 10 01:50:27 2004 (GMT)
  ... to have this cgi in the base system ? :)
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  I'm impressed... (mod 17/255)
by Anonymous Coward (62.3.113.17) on Sat Apr 10 17:43:48 2004 (GMT)
  'kin 'ell.. up and running after 12 hours of work, and as a CGI written from scratch, in C. That's impressive. You could had just used some out-of-the-box php journal system, you know. :)
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      No Subject Given (0/222) by Anonymous Coward on Sun Apr 11 12:10:27 2004 (GMT)

  karma -1: [James and Jose] (mod 23/241)
by knomevol (64.48.234.126) on Sun Apr 11 14:23:18 2004 (GMT)
  i have to say that i am rather upset that james and jose just turned down the site like they did. Hey, we were using that! You just [expletive deleted] pulled the floor out from under us... and i would not be surprised in the slightest if many of the community that used their site feels as insulted/hurt/demoralized about this as i do. daniel deserves a pat on the back for undeadly. he is working on a great number of things. will he have any time available for this undeadly site? christophe has done some excellent work with his obsdj site. i was quite looking forward to having it the new home for the openbsd blog. in any case, cheers to christophe vg for his lively enthusiasm and his regard for the community. christophe is a gentleman.
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  Re: and we're just starting (mod 1/247)
by Anonymous Coward (213.118.72.99) on Tue Apr 13 17:04:36 2004 (GMT)
  Just tried this site in lynx, and I must say, it renders very nicely!

Congratulations, you have passed the infamous lynx-test. Few websites do, sadly enough. Keep it up!

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  i'm late (i just miss the first 6days... ;-) (mod -3/245)
by bob (80.138.176.60) (bob ATSPamFOO 2fm de) on Wed Apr 14 22:07:53 2004 (GMT)
  hi folks, i was wonder that no new site was statrting whit a comment and serch func. but now i know i mist undeadly.... tanx james jose and rest for the parst. tnx for the "interims" site form .... (arrrg i lost the name...). and tnx Danel for jump in the job and put undeadly online. best bob
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