We could have open hardware and software in our pockets. We live in a world where we can make that happen.
This user joined on 05/02/2018.
My brother and I built this for the cost of a Qanba Drone. It has sanwa parts so it plays fairly well, and it's a lot more solid than it looks. This means that you can walk into any post office and leave with a free fightstick enclosure.
I built a short python app that just reads hosts and addresses from a .CSV file and creates a nice menu so you can choose which one to ssh to. Not much, but it works perfectly for what I use it for.
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