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Copenhagen Suborbitals has launched the new website, copsub.com.
It looks nice, and has a lot of information.
The only thing I think is missing, is a quick way to see what the current plans are - when is the next test/launch/demonstration/open house etc.
Plans change and must be adjusted of course, but there should be an easily accessible page saying "We plan to test HEAT 2-X in May, we plan to launch HEAT 2-X from Bornholm in June, we plan to launch HEAT 1600 in 20..."
Oh, and the "Support us"-form should be using https (encryption).
... Also, translated versions of Peter Madsens blogposts on Ingeniøren's website should be included. And the blog-part needs a commenting system, and a RSS/Atom feed.
Other than that, it is a very nice and clean website that you can easily spend an evening reading.
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I was all ready to disagree wholeheartedly with many of the recommendations in this article:
Instead I was quietly pleased to see that I generally agree with almost the whole thing!
I create an account in a webshop, using "pwgen --secure 24" to generate a random password that is 24 characters long.
What does the webshop do?
Emails me the password in a clear text email.
Luckily the shop has a "Delete account"-button right next to the "Change password button".
It is fascinating to read a snippet like this: the function hashing mechanism was strlen().
Yet PHP became ubiquitous.
Often "good enough", or even "barely working", trumps ... well, everything else, I guess?
Or rather, something else - like becoming the module installed everywhere makes the difference.
Held, yes, in August. [Looks at non-existing watch] Oh, it is October now??
The next browser-tab had the link to Workshop on Functional Art, Music, Modeling and Design co-located with ICFP 2013.
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