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commit 2c601d4f4daf932973ffd210e41087163a3d4359
parent 3ebff944bd93b8bbafd04e758f792914001c4d88
Author: jojolepro <jojolepro@jojolepro.com>
Date:   Tue, 16 Mar 2021 14:29:49 -0400

publish removing the us.

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Mtarget/gemini/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt | 16++++++++++++++--
Mtarget/gemini/blog/index.gmi | 1+
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Mtarget/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.html | 16++++++++++++++--
Mtarget/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt | 16++++++++++++++--
Mtarget/html/blog/index.gmi | 1+
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11 files changed, 75 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt b/src/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt @@ -29,14 +29,20 @@ to the ip address 0.0.0.0. As for the ip ranges, I used ip tables. First, I made a backup using +``` # iptables-save > ~/iptables_bkp +``` which can be restored using +``` # iptables-restore < ~/iptables_bkp +``` Then, in you can add all the ip ranges in iptables. +``` while IFS="" read -r range; do sudo iptables -I INPUT -s "$range" -j DROP && echo "$range" done < ips +``` First Observations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -62,7 +68,9 @@ What Works? My weather radar still works. This is expected as it fetches data from the Canadian government website, which host their things themselves. -Trying to go to the actual website https://weather.gc.ca, however, will fail. +Trying to go to the actual website +https://weather.gc.ca +, however, will fail. That is, until you reload the page. Then, the content will magically appear. Each time you change to a new page, you have to reload it to get firefox unstuck from whatever it is trying to fetch (mostly google services). @@ -76,7 +84,7 @@ Codemadness and dataswamp.org also both seem to work. Same with the Kiss Linux blog. Sadly, it has been inactive for a few months. The Arch Linux news updates also works. -So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, work. +So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, works. Next, my emails. I have a mail server in France, so this works just fine too. @@ -118,3 +126,7 @@ version of those libraries. Also, my work requires me to use github, which is already in the exclusion list. Ouch! + +Conclusion +================================================================================ +Fun experiment, but not very useful except or practical at all. diff --git a/src/blog/index.gmi b/src/blog/index.gmi @@ -1,3 +1,4 @@ +=> 2021-01-13_removing_the_us Removing the US => 2021-01-13_planks_ecs Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library => 2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant The Fall of the Giant => 2020-08-20_event_chaining Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines diff --git a/src/blog/index.html b/src/blog/index.html @@ -1,3 +1,4 @@ +<a href="2021-01-13_removing_the_us">Removing the US</a> <a href="2021-01-13_planks_ecs">Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library</a> <a href="2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant">The Fall of the Giant</a> <a href="2020-08-20_event_chaining">Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines</a> diff --git a/target/gemini/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.gmi b/target/gemini/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.gmi @@ -36,14 +36,20 @@ to the ip address 0.0.0.0. As for the ip ranges, I used ip tables. First, I made a backup using +``` # iptables-save > ~/iptables_bkp +``` which can be restored using +``` # iptables-restore < ~/iptables_bkp +``` Then, in you can add all the ip ranges in iptables. +``` while IFS="" read -r range; do sudo iptables -I INPUT -s "$range" -j DROP && echo "$range" done < ips +``` ### First Observations The first thing I observed after applying these changes was that discord, steam, @@ -67,7 +73,9 @@ and removed them. This is the moment the internet broke. My weather radar still works. This is expected as it fetches data from the Canadian government website, which host their things themselves. -Trying to go to the actual website =>https://weather.gc.ca, however, will fail. +Trying to go to the actual website +=>https://weather.gc.ca +, however, will fail. That is, until you reload the page. Then, the content will magically appear. Each time you change to a new page, you have to reload it to get firefox unstuck from whatever it is trying to fetch (mostly google services). @@ -81,7 +89,7 @@ Codemadness and dataswamp.org also both seem to work. Same with the Kiss Linux blog. Sadly, it has been inactive for a few months. The Arch Linux news updates also works. -So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, work. +So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, works. Next, my emails. I have a mail server in France, so this works just fine too. @@ -124,5 +132,8 @@ Also, my work requires me to use github, which is already in the exclusion list. Ouch! +## Conclusion +Fun experiment, but not very useful except or practical at all. + (C) Joël Lupien 2020-2021 =>/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt View page source diff --git a/target/gemini/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt b/target/gemini/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt @@ -29,14 +29,20 @@ to the ip address 0.0.0.0. As for the ip ranges, I used ip tables. First, I made a backup using +``` # iptables-save > ~/iptables_bkp +``` which can be restored using +``` # iptables-restore < ~/iptables_bkp +``` Then, in you can add all the ip ranges in iptables. +``` while IFS="" read -r range; do sudo iptables -I INPUT -s "$range" -j DROP && echo "$range" done < ips +``` First Observations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -62,7 +68,9 @@ What Works? My weather radar still works. This is expected as it fetches data from the Canadian government website, which host their things themselves. -Trying to go to the actual website https://weather.gc.ca, however, will fail. +Trying to go to the actual website +https://weather.gc.ca +, however, will fail. That is, until you reload the page. Then, the content will magically appear. Each time you change to a new page, you have to reload it to get firefox unstuck from whatever it is trying to fetch (mostly google services). @@ -76,7 +84,7 @@ Codemadness and dataswamp.org also both seem to work. Same with the Kiss Linux blog. Sadly, it has been inactive for a few months. The Arch Linux news updates also works. -So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, work. +So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, works. Next, my emails. I have a mail server in France, so this works just fine too. @@ -118,3 +126,7 @@ version of those libraries. Also, my work requires me to use github, which is already in the exclusion list. Ouch! + +Conclusion +================================================================================ +Fun experiment, but not very useful except or practical at all. diff --git a/target/gemini/blog/index.gmi b/target/gemini/blog/index.gmi @@ -1,3 +1,4 @@ +=> 2021-01-13_removing_the_us Removing the US => 2021-01-13_planks_ecs Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library => 2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant The Fall of the Giant => 2020-08-20_event_chaining Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines diff --git a/target/gemini/blog/index.html b/target/gemini/blog/index.html @@ -1,3 +1,4 @@ +<a href="2021-01-13_removing_the_us">Removing the US</a> <a href="2021-01-13_planks_ecs">Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library</a> <a href="2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant">The Fall of the Giant</a> <a href="2020-08-20_event_chaining">Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines</a> diff --git a/target/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.html b/target/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.html @@ -82,14 +82,20 @@ to the ip address 0.0.0.0. As for the ip ranges, I used ip tables. First, I made a backup using +``` # iptables-save &gt; ~/iptables_bkp +``` which can be restored using +``` # iptables-restore &lt; ~/iptables_bkp +``` Then, in you can add all the ip ranges in iptables. +``` while IFS="" read -r range; do sudo iptables -I INPUT -s "$range" -j DROP &amp;&amp; echo "$range" done &lt; ips +``` First Observations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -115,7 +121,9 @@ What Works? My weather radar still works. This is expected as it fetches data from the Canadian government website, which host their things themselves. -Trying to go to the actual website <a href='https://weather.gc.ca,'>https://weather.gc.ca,</a> however, will fail. +Trying to go to the actual website +<a href='https://weather.gc.ca'>https://weather.gc.ca</a> +, however, will fail. That is, until you reload the page. Then, the content will magically appear. Each time you change to a new page, you have to reload it to get firefox unstuck from whatever it is trying to fetch (mostly google services). @@ -129,7 +137,7 @@ Codemadness and dataswamp.org also both seem to work. Same with the Kiss Linux blog. Sadly, it has been inactive for a few months. The Arch Linux news updates also works. -So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, work. +So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, works. Next, my emails. I have a mail server in France, so this works just fine too. @@ -171,6 +179,10 @@ version of those libraries. Also, my work requires me to use github, which is already in the exclusion list. Ouch! + +Conclusion +================================================================================ +Fun experiment, but not very useful except or practical at all. </pre> </article> <br/> diff --git a/target/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt b/target/html/blog/2021-01-13_removing_the_us/index.txt @@ -29,14 +29,20 @@ to the ip address 0.0.0.0. As for the ip ranges, I used ip tables. First, I made a backup using +``` # iptables-save > ~/iptables_bkp +``` which can be restored using +``` # iptables-restore < ~/iptables_bkp +``` Then, in you can add all the ip ranges in iptables. +``` while IFS="" read -r range; do sudo iptables -I INPUT -s "$range" -j DROP && echo "$range" done < ips +``` First Observations -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -62,7 +68,9 @@ What Works? My weather radar still works. This is expected as it fetches data from the Canadian government website, which host their things themselves. -Trying to go to the actual website https://weather.gc.ca, however, will fail. +Trying to go to the actual website +https://weather.gc.ca +, however, will fail. That is, until you reload the page. Then, the content will magically appear. Each time you change to a new page, you have to reload it to get firefox unstuck from whatever it is trying to fetch (mostly google services). @@ -76,7 +84,7 @@ Codemadness and dataswamp.org also both seem to work. Same with the Kiss Linux blog. Sadly, it has been inactive for a few months. The Arch Linux news updates also works. -So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, work. +So, overall, most of my newsfeed, excluding youtube, works. Next, my emails. I have a mail server in France, so this works just fine too. @@ -118,3 +126,7 @@ version of those libraries. Also, my work requires me to use github, which is already in the exclusion list. Ouch! + +Conclusion +================================================================================ +Fun experiment, but not very useful except or practical at all. diff --git a/target/html/blog/index.gmi b/target/html/blog/index.gmi @@ -1,3 +1,4 @@ +=> 2021-01-13_removing_the_us Removing the US => 2021-01-13_planks_ecs Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library => 2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant The Fall of the Giant => 2020-08-20_event_chaining Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines diff --git a/target/html/blog/index.html b/target/html/blog/index.html @@ -51,6 +51,7 @@ <br/> <article> <pre> +<a href="2021-01-13_removing_the_us">Removing the US</a> <a href="2021-01-13_planks_ecs">Plank: A Minimalistic Yet Performant ECS Library</a> <a href="2020-11-17_the_fall_of_the_giant">The Fall of the Giant</a> <a href="2020-08-20_event_chaining">Event Chaining as a Decoupling Method in ECS Game Engines</a>