• HotdogEd node

    From Oleg Nazaroff@2:50/700.1 to All on Thu Nov 23 01:33:20 2023
    Hello, All.

    Meanwhile, somewhere in Russia...;) We have implemented a jNode in Android version 14 and HotdogEd on top. Thus, for the first time, a full-fledged fidonet node was implemented for Android ;) With an unlimited number of links, a single database, incoming connections, and with the support of points, of course.
    And all I needed was a testing ground for HotDog experiments ;)

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    HotDogEd + jNode / Vedroid 14 ;)
    --- ℮/2.14.5/Android
    * Origin: Somewhere in Russia, in a hut on chicken legs... (2:50/700.1)
  • From Carlos Navarro@2:341/234.1 to Oleg Nazaroff on Sat Nov 25 19:29:55 2023
    23 Nov 2023 01:33, you wrote to All:

    Meanwhile, somewhere in Russia...;) We have implemented a jNode in
    Android version 14 and HotdogEd on top.

    It seems that HotdogEd still works on some Android 14 devices -- at least on Tommi's Samsung, as he reported in JAMNNTPD.

    Thus, for the first time, a full-fledged fidonet node was implemented
    for Android ;) With an unlimited number of links, a single database, incoming connections, and with the support of points, of course.

    Sounds good.

    And all I needed was a testing ground for HotDog experiments ;)

    I don't get it. What do you mean?

    --
    HotDogEd + jNode / Vedroid 14 ;)
    --- Xo??o?/2.14.5/Android
    * Origin: Somewhere in Russia, in a hut on chicken legs...
    (2:50/700.1)

    So you're posting from a HotdogEd point of a HotdogEd boss-node? ;-)

    What is Vedroid?

    Carlos

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  • From ON@2:50/700.700 to Carlos Navarro on Sun Nov 26 17:56:15 2023
    Hello, Carlos Navarro.
    On 25.11.2023 19:29 you wrote:

    23 Nov 2023 01:33, you wrote to All:
    Meanwhile, somewhere in Russia...;) We have implemented a jNode in Android version 14 and
    HotdogEd on top.
    It seems that HotdogEd still works on some Android 14 devices -- at least on Tommi's Samsung,
    as he reported in JAMNNTPD.

    Yes, but not everyone succeeds. In addition, hotdoged disappeared from google play for android more than the 10th in my opinion. Well, it so happened that I smashed my tablet and was forced to jump to Android-13, then 14, and even with MIUI, where getting hotdoged to work is a non-trivial task.
    I went back to sources and parsed them a little deeper, getting the java code. But when compiling, I got another problem - code inconsistencies with the current JDK /SDK, and then I started refarming the source code..

    Thus, for the first time, a full-fledged fidonet node was implemented for Android ;) With an
    unlimited number of links, a single database, incoming connections, and with the support of
    points, of course.
    Sounds good.
    And all I needed was a testing ground for HotDog experiments ;)
    I don't get it. What do you mean?
    --
    HotDogEd + jNode / Vedroid 14 ;) --- Xo??o?/2.14.5/Android * Origin: Somewhere in Russia, in
    a hut on chicken legs... (2:50/700.1)
    So you're posting from a HotdogEd point of a HotdogEd boss-node? ;-)

    Yes, but my node powered jNode now. On the same Android device ;)

    What is Vedroid?

    In Russian, the word "bucket" sounds like 'vedro', and here we call poorly working or old-rusty hardware - as "bucket". "Who forgot the bucket here?" - means "who parked their old car here?" or "Put away your rusty bucket!" = "How dare you on such a rusty car block the way to my beautiful brand new Maybach?". Android is also not distinguished by special grace and reliability..
    Well, Android-Vedroid, consonant and to the point ;)

    --
    WBR, ON
    --- ℮/2.14.5/Android
    * Origin: Somewhere at Russia, in the hut on chicken legs... (2:50/700.700)
  • From Carlos Navarro@2:341/234.1 to ON on Wed Dec 6 21:24:43 2023
    26 Nov 2023 17:56, you wrote to me:

    So you're posting from a HotdogEd point of a HotdogEd boss-node?
    ;-)

    Yes, but my node powered jNode now. On the same Android device ;)

    Ah, I didn't understand well. The message subject ("HotdogEd node") confused me.

    So what you have developed is a full node system for Android, based on jNode.

    What is Vedroid?

    In Russian, the word "bucket" sounds like 'vedro', and here we call
    poorly working or old-rusty hardware - as "bucket". "Who forgot the
    bucket here?" - means "who parked their old car here?" or "Put away
    your rusty bucket!" = "How dare you on such a rusty car block the way
    to my beautiful brand new Maybach?". Android is also not distinguished
    by special grace and reliability.. Well, Android-Vedroid, consonant
    and to the point ;)

    Interesting. Thanks for the detailed explanation. :-)

    Carlos

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