To various things that interest me, *in no particular order*. I know well some
of the content I like, but you might be much more knowledgeable than me on many
topics I list there. :) This is what I aim to discover, not topics I master.
A simple operating system.
"Free, Functionnnal and Secure"
Lean and efficient man pages.
An useful operating system.
"The Power To Serve"
man pages of everyone else, even Plan 9.
A research operating system.
More dead links every days.
Here is all the plan 9 doc.
Get started with Plan 9 through 9front
A new approach to archival storage: append only deduplicated blocks.
Run a plan 9 network on OpenBSD, helps to understand what is Plan 9.
Run plan 9 user programs on other operating systems.
Subset of the programs of plan9port that compiles with musl as well.
Distributions patches and forks
Distro to get it to work on its machine.
Distro that is just a set of patches to the original.
Porting Plan 9 to POSIX.
Porting POSIX to Plan 9.
A teaching operating system.
Entry point and about page.
I want more time to ReadIt!
A holy operating system.
Support for 3D mesh in assembly without recompiling. Because we can.
A famous operating system.
The Linux Documentation Project, mainly Linux but not only.
If you do not compile a binary, it's someone else's binary.
Lightweight (for *real*, not like Arch) distro.
A straightforward distro.
Hard to do any smaller.
Distro that symlink files as a package management system:
Interesting directory hierarchy, good introduction.
Very simple and efficient approach.
Various groups of people sometimes writing software, sometimes related to other
groups, sometimes collaborating, sometimes sharing a system.
loose association of like-minded tilde communities
software that sucks less.
div by 0: made with strange alien technology.
HTTP serves companies, Gopher serves people.
Remote shell for a few people.
Associative ISP around Rennes, Brittany, France.
People from above and others.
where ascii art packs get released
also see 0w.nz
French celt (and viking (and celt again)) legends soaked geek lair
Heavy tinkering intensifies...
Simple text-mode web browser
Classic text-mode web browser
Full-featured text web browser
Colorful text web browser
Text web browser with a cursor, bells and whistles
An init system and supervision suite inspired from daemon tools.
Rewrite the layer between the kernel and the applications with minimalism.
A gold mine of state of the art crypto references.
The elephant in the room of crypto.
The entry point of its lair.
A (now not so) new style of crypto.
Standard exploiting curve crypto for dns.
The next style of crypto.
OpenSSH is good, and this one is too and is not as famous.
DNSCurve implemented after djbdns from the same author of tinyssh.
OpenSSL fork with focus on simplicity and sane defaults.
Sane alternative interface to the LibreSSL library.
You *might* already know this one.
A single-person TLS library.
A better TLS without the bulk.
The famous Onion Router
Invisible Internet Project, like Tor, but not Tor.
Alternative internet featuring freedom and anonymity.
1 file, 2 functions, 300 lines DHCP and TFTP server!
Make all traffic go through DNS to bypass filtering.
IPv6 cheat sheet.
I learned how to write (mdoc) man pages thanks to the layout of this page.
Dozens of minimal operating systems to learn x86 system programming
Learn X86-64 assembly as well as how computer works in general.
Use CPU cache as random access memory to write bootloader components in C.