The purpose of the cable wire protocol is to facilitate the members of a group chat to exchange cryptographically signed documents with each other, such as chat messages, spread across various user-defined channels.
Functional specs of M-foo hardware (M3, M4, etc). Includes thread pitch, nominal diameter, core diameter, effective diameter, and so forth.
A database of motherboards, BIOS images, chipsets, manufacturers, drivers, software. If you have an ancient PC and you're trying to figure it out, check here first.
This specification defines HyperText Markup Language as implemented in the broader diversity of web browsers, including Rhapsode, Lynx, Dillo, Netsurf, Weasyprint, etc. HTML is a language for annotating plain text with its semantic structure, and to reference related resources. HTML specifically does not dictate how its text should be presented. For the sake of rendering to a variety of devices, and to ease website authoring & maintenance.
HTMLite is meant to be loosely compatible with WHATWG's HTML specification whilst being tractible to understand and implement. Reflecting what's supported/used by most browser engines and web pages, rather than the popular few.
HTMLite is an application of XMLite, and is based fundamentally on XMLite-Model. It also defines the HTML syntax as an alternative to XMLite-Syntax.
A curated list of delightful XMPP related resources.
A script which digs up and displays lots of system configuration information, such as the specifics of the CPUs, storage devices (with identifying information) and space free, version numbers of common utilities, known hardware vulnerabilities, memory, and more. Even if you don't run it as root, you'll still get really useful information out of it.
Written in Perl but don't let that stop you.
In the AUR.
Autocrypt is a set of guidelines for developers to achieve convenient end-to-end-encryption of e-mails. It specifies how e-mail programs negotiate encryption capabilities using regular e-mails.
For users, Autocrypt Level 1 offers single-click, opt-in encryption, eases encrypted group communications, and provides a way to setup encryption on multiple devices.
A formal spec for crediting the creators and maintainers of websites.
A technical reference site that has lots of odd information, most of it PC related. Data formats, file extensions, datastructures and algorithms of sundry kinds and uses, hardware specs, microcontrollers, history, advice... there's a lot of stuff buried in here. If you need something you could do worse than check here first.
Wikipedia page for a super simple and tiny API for automatically discovering and publishing data in as easy to understand a format as possible so that the dumbest and simplest of applications can use it. Links to the spec.
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