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A blog system written in Go - with a telnet frontend (fettemama.org)
72 points by jemeshsu on May 21, 2011 | hide | past | web | favorite | 8 comments



Oh wow, I remember when fettemama.org was a really questionable blog back in the day (NSFW: http://web.archive.org/web/20080910005654/http://www.fettema... ). I guess we all grow up and start hacking our own blogging software in Go :)


Love it. Just like the BBS' of yesteryear.


no ansi colored menus though


Very interesting, although I personally would rather have a SSH option.


This isn't strictly Telnet-compatible: I don't see any IAC-command support (i.e. replying WONT or DONT to DO or WILL negotiations), or even handling of "\r\0" (which the RFC defines as the proper serialization of a lone "\r"). It just accepts commands delimited by newlines. Telnet is more than newline-delimited commands!

https://github.com/jsz/fettemama/blob/master/tnt/session.go#...


telnet?


Simply amazing


Very nice! Just like the Packet radio of yesteryear.




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