Jade Macho aka 0x0ade
she/her, they/them, born Maik Macho, still exploring
is shouting into the void
This domain hosts a bunch of (mostly) useless stuff.
I'm still tweaking all of it here and there.
After all, this website is using bits from my 2018 blog!
By the way, why use JS when CSS and radio buttons do the job too? :P
Monthly + access to certain creative experiments.
Previous projects and other stuff which I might revisit from time to time.
Freely controllable game camera mods for the YouTube series Boundary Break:
Wrapper to run games using the FNA framework on Android.
Initially used a custom build of Mono.
SDL2Droid-CS is another now unmaintained project made for this.
Android filesystem access and graphics drivers are a fuck.
Post-compilation XNA game relinker to use FNA.
Mostly superseeded by the FNA ABI compat files.
Contributions to the P2P microblogging network Rotonde, initiated by Devine Lu Linvega.
I might or might not have been responsible for
- "let's semi-standardize the post format",
- "let's use IndexedDB",
- "let's move away from .innerHTML manipulation" and eventually
- "let's stop maintaining this as that other more serious DAT-powered microblog is progressing nicely"
Community-maintained modding API for Enter the Gungeon.
Helped with the creation of it back in 2016.
Stopped contributing shortly afterwards.
Random list of things which I'm hosting.
This list isn't complete but who cares?
Mostly memes but sometimes useful crap or other stuff I need to share with others temporarily.
GameBanana likes to get down sometimes.
Thanks to max480 for maintaining most of this!
Turn your CPU and GPU into a toaster with this horribly unoptimized logo generator!
3D CSS transforms are magic!
Long story short, I've once hosted a SRB2Kart server with some patches on top of the birdhouse build for a small community.
Interest in this was lost but I still want to explore hosting my own SRB2Kart server again and maybe even contributing to it one day.
Linux sans.0x0a.de 5.10.0-8-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.10.46-4 (2021-08-03) x86_64
Debian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye)
I don't really care if it's leaking. What can happen at worst?
"Oh no, someone can figure out what's being hosted here" as if nmap and other tools didn't exist.
"Oh no, someone can DOS your server more easily" as if I cared. The public web is noisy enough.