balthasar_s wrote: What's the main reason of botcastle downtime these days? It sometimes randomly decides to stop accepting incoming connections on the ethernet. The bots can still download things but you can't access anything. 127.0.0.1 still works. I have no idea why. I don't even know if it's a hardware or software problem. I have a bot that detects this situation and resets the botcastle.
More bots! The bOTTeriada is approaching...
azule wrote: Edit: new what-if about measurements of butter. Backpackful is one such measure. Pixel is one, here. I guess we could now create a scale, like with thermometers.
Yep, and we now have a conversion between time and mass (16 sticks of butter is "just over five dips") which should help with the confusion and redundancy
Oh yes, I forgot that you grab new copies of my memes from time to time (or hopefully, you have a bot that downloads the current version and alerts you only when something has changed? More bots!!!)
Anyway, I did improve the Boom-de-Yada quite a bit, making the individual lines more flexible and more likely to fit the meter. There is more to go I'm sure, but it's a lot better than it had been. I performed that work whilst composing my post at OTT:2203:23. I'll try to add more and better comments. I'm glad you like it
ETA: mrobdex puzzle.There are no blinkentexts anymore. But there is color. Red and green. Red seems to be more common than green. green is more common near the beginning that the end. There is no green after page 12. Not only the mr*bdex but also pages after it, like the glossary.
Actually, all italic text has become red.
ETA: I think I noticed something more...
That's great progress! It looks like I might actually be able to start writing those bOTTeriada stories soon!
Message from the TARDIS : There is an erratum in the font styles of the Glossary section of the mr*bdex. They're meant to be smaller, and kind of dark blue (not red). This should have been fixed by the time you read this. The Glossary is not a puzzle.
balthasar_s wrote: ...
Let's see the tirst few...
rrGGrrGr rrGGrrrr rrGGrrrG ...
32 30 31 ...
In ascii the numbers always start with a 3.
It's a text!
Let's see in the source:
<span class="bl1nk" >
Yep, you got it! The "bl0nk" and "bl1nk" were meant as a hint. I'll try to fix the time format, which was meant to be a slightly more intellibigle like "20150123.2039 UTC". Watch and Wait for It.
THEY BLITZNAP PUNSAWS INTO THE OTT AND THEY SEEMINGLY OTTCOLORISE THE
COMFY CHAIR. IS THIS POSSIBLE, AND HOW MANY PUNSAWS WOULD IT TAKE?
(P.S. Decree in Subject...)