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No.816

Can we have an appreciation thread for appleman's personal site. I personally like the style and wish he would post more.

  No.818


  No.819

>>816
Pretty quirky, but cool nonetheless. Sadly the formatting breaks a bit on smaller screen sizes. I've become to really appreciate websites which aren't overdesigned garbage as of late.

  No.820

Nice userbar. Now there's something I'm glad to see again. It's been years now since I've seen one got me all nostalgic.

  No.821

applemansigloo.net/blog/man-apple

this would be extremely helpful. appleman, can you add this as a feature?

  No.822

>mysql
>not sqlite

>Wordpress 4.7.3

yuk.
should be using sblg or flak:
https://kristaps.bsd.lv/sblg/
http://humungus.tedunangst.com/r/flak

>Apache

meh
http://acme.com/software/mini_httpd/

>Let's Encrypt cert

good. Sure you're using acme-cert, right?
https://kristaps.bsd.lv/acme-client

>rsa 2048

what is libressl

>no HSTS

meh


what's up with that soykafty green? Get a bg #3c3c3c with #eeeeee text in there.

is it meant to be a /cyber/ server?



ps. yes, it's a joke, I'm deliberately being ironic. don't throw flames on me!!1!!1!

  No.824

>>822
>last update to the site 2 years ago
>site dates back to 2006
>not using the most hipster thing in current year

  No.825

>>824
And then I noticed PS.

  No.826

>>825
haha, that's fine Present Day, Present Time! AHAHAHAHAHA!

  No.1084

>>822
Regardless of current or past, a clarification must be made. SQLite and MySQL are good in different situations.

SQLite does not support concurrent actions (true ones at least, it still locks for one writer) on a database, meanwhile MySQL does have high concurrency support. A major lack in high concurrency in SQLite is a turn off for many design reasons.

I use SQLite for data storage on a game I developed for a hobby, but for my distributed computing the company I work at uses a custom built RDBMS. SQLite would block way too often to be even considered in this case.