For those who haven’t read the previous post, this is a challenge which came up while trying to develop a secure version of a platform called Puppy Love. The introduction and the algorithmic challenge, taken from the previous article:...
NOTE:: The algorithm used has been re-worked, and changed since this article was written. Expect a new article with the formal algorithm soon :)
Update: The new article with the latest algorithm is here on my blog. Do read that article as a follow up!
The queerly named Puppy Love platform has been running in my university since 2014, meant to help shy nerds meet their crush, made my the Programming Club (of which, I happen to be the current coordinator)...
After a really late start to my undergraduate project (UGP) this semester, I finally started working on something we call moVi.
First off, if the idea reminds you of mosh - Mobile Shell by Keith Winstein and Hari Balakrishnan of MIT, it is not a coincidence. I’d loved their paper called Mosh: An Interactive Remote Shell for Mobile Clients, and moVi is in a way taking their idea forward...
My first 100+ stars Github project
Documentation for my esolang written for Chaos'16
Shifting to Hakyll