Plethora of strange cracker newbie questions
jeff at ccvcorp.com
Fri Aug 24 20:25:54 CEST 2001
Paul Rubin wrote:
> kosh <kosh at aesaeion.com> writes:
> > The irc one I can think of some good uses for. I had a program at one time
> > that would watch stuff on an irc server then alert me to things of interest.
> > pinging can be very useful since you can write a script to make sure your
> > various computers are up. If one goes down you can spawn off a task to
> > notify you. However the others are far less useful.
> I followed the irc discussion with some interest. I like the idea of
> a full featured GUI-fied irc client written in Python. It's a fairly
> natural Python application.
Actually, I like the idea too. It's something that's going on my list of projects
to work on, someday, when I have time... (yeah, right.) Of course, I know enough
to not commit to anything without having read through the relevant RFC's and such
first... ;) So, I've been bookmarking all the ref's that have been given
out. It does sound like an interesting mid-sized (for one person) project....
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