Titan II, V2, SR-71 Blackbird, not to mention the Spruce Goose. If you’re ever in Oregon I’d highly suggest the Evergreen Aerospace Museum. It’s truly impressive. Bonneville Dam was fun too, but I’m kinda a sucker for big feats of engineering.
Fun trip aside February was a productive month!
Google Summer of Code
Org administration is taking a big chunk of my time and will continue to do so through March, but things are coming together nicely. Student applications are due March 25th. Many thanks to Isabela, Roger, and Sebastian for helping with the proposal!
Nyx Torrc Panel
Last panel’s done! In doing so we’re dropping torrc validation which has been the #1 point of confusion for arm users on irc. As always the rewrite came with deletion of what we in the biz call ‘a crap ton of code‘. Still lot more work before we release, but getting closer!
Few other noteworthy things…
- Stem now provides fallback directory information.
- Stem now understands ‘accpet6/reject6’ exit policy entries. This has been a big pain point for some users. Thanks to teor for the help!
- Wrote a DocTor script for David that notifies us when previously
BadExited relays return to the network.