#qi-hardware IRC log for Sunday, 2013-11-17

wpwrakflight late ? long stop-over ? bored ? why not go to the shops in the secure area and buy ... a bomb ? http://boingboing.net/2013/11/15/man-makes-explosives-from-thin.html00:46
wpwrakthere's more fun where this comes from: http://terminalcornucopia.com/00:57
wpwrakfun for the whole family, with adobe: http://zed0.co.uk/crossword/12:59
wpwrakheh. solved one on the first try :)13:09
Action: larsc only managed to slove 213:14
larscfailed on the pets name for 113:15
wpwraki think we can now safely replace "dumb as a bale of hay" with "skilled as adobe's web security team".13:16
pcercueiwhohoo! Found one :p13:21
larsc201-300: 9 across "dog"?!13:29
wpwrakpretty much all words have "dog"13:43
larscnumbers, 123..., dog ;)13:48
wpwrakyay. solved 201-300 on the first try, too :)13:53
wpwrakdarn. on 101-200, i got he capitalization wrong. so, 2 tries :-(13:58
larscthe P?13:59
wpwrakit's the only capital letter in the first three puzzles :)14:01
wpwrak301-400, also 2 tries :-( one typo and i didn't catch the number twist14:04
wpwrak401-500 technically on the 2nd (one typo). they seem to get easier as they get less common, as the hints get more specific14:08
virickyak: filegive signed.16:44
viricwpwrak: solving the adobe crossword?16:47
wpwrakyya, 501-600, 1st try :) had to google one name, though. not being up to date on vampire lore can be a disadvantage.17:07
wpwrakgrmbl. 601-700, 2 tires. got the ball game wrong. and needed google again for us sports.17:11
wpwrak701-800, 8 across, "We were robbed". bwahaha :)17:12
viricanother thing is to find the des3 password, right?17:13
wpwrakhehe, 701-800 5 across is too easy :)17:16
wpwrakyeah. given their track record, it should in the top ten or so.17:17
wpwrak801-900, 1st try :) it *is* getting easier17:20
kyakviric: cool, thanks! )17:31
viricit's the 1st time I sign a file17:32
wpwrakhmm, 901-1000 was hard. two lookups, and still got one letter wrong. MORE !17:33
ysionnea1wpwrak: hey, sorry I did not follow all the discussion, what's the keyboard for? 18:08
Action: ysionnea1 is looking at this file http://downloads.qi-hardware.com/people/werner/anelok/tmp/comm.pdf18:09
wpwrakthe keyboard is for more extensive editing. e.g., when you want to add new accounts. the wheel would be inconvenient for that. you could still use it, but you'll probably hate the experience very quickly.18:50
ysionnea1I thought you could use the host computer connected via USB to add new accounts19:18
ysionnea1or directly write to the SDCARD connected to a computer19:19
ysionnea1maybe that's insecure?19:19
wpwrakyes, you could use the computer. but if you don't trust it, you can use a "dumb" keyboard20:29
wpwrakthe NSA won't put USD 1000 worth of spy tech into every keyboard on the market :) the kinde you buy for USD 10 at most :)20:30
larscwpwrak: of course they only put them into the keyboards of paranoid people20:53
wpwraklarsc: next to the ultrasound infection-vector mic ...22:05
DocScrutinizer05http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?p=1387162#post1387162  http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?p=1387111#post138711123:00
DocScrutinizer05build your own NSA free phone - or let us build it for you ;-)23:02
DocScrutinizer05and before you ask: no, we don't know what's in the modem firmware but we know definitely modem is off when we say "OFF!" and there's no possible thread in modem online that's not already immanent in GSM principle. Same applies for WLAN and BT23:05
DocScrutinizer05no, we don't have shared RAM, and we don't run softmac23:06
wpwrakyeah. that's as good as it can get.23:12
DocScrutinizer05may I quote you on that?23:17
wpwraksure :)23:18
wpwrakit's basically what we had in openmoko.23:18
DocScrutinizer05yes, sure23:21
DocScrutinizer05actually once we publish the eagle project files, it's way more than OM ever did23:27
DocScrutinizer05we actually publish the *complete* schematics, *including* the project files so you could build your own device right away23:28
DocScrutinizer05from scratch23:28
DocScrutinizer05comsidering modem as a component the module it actually is23:34
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