Partly as an experiment and partly to keep the OpenBSD installation as cruft-free as possible (it's basically just the webserver and tor at this point), I tried to see how much of a dynamic site I can create. I may have been able to just use Perl or even more basic, Ksh, but I didn't want to go that route
Ended up adding PHP and had the choice of writing something in Vim or Nano. I thought Nano would be "easier", but staring into that black screen... it was awkward :(
@email@example.com use CWs?
Germoney is my ally and they're a super-swole country, but Russia has a bitter France, plus Spain and the Dutch as their allies. Britain is another one of Germany's allies, but since I'd be calling Germany into war, they're not a factor.
The Scramble for Africa is also distracting much of Europe.
Lazyweb: Should I get into a land war with Russia? Winter isn't simulated.
> You may be thinking “600MHz CPU?” - but that CPU is totally badass because it is actually a MIPS CPU with a 5 stage core pipeline. Compared to a 20+ stage pipeline in Intel CPUs, it is roughly comparable to a 2.4GHz Intel CPU with just the pipeline alone. Add in the fact that the MIPS CPU architecture doesn’t have any baggage in it’s high-performance pipeline, and the end result is that it performs far faster than that!