Monthly Archives: May 2019

Testing netcurl and the future

Very few people are probably unaware of the test suites running for the current release of netcurl, via Atlassian Bamboo. Unfortunately Bamboo is already a openvz virtualization, which makes the tests a bit limited (I don’t think it is a … Continue reading

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NetCURL-PHP: The Final Communicator – The Upcoming clickbait hunter

This project can be found at https://netcurl.org The beginning In the beginning there was curl. And curl was the driver of everything. A sloppy written library was written to quickly fetch data from websites. Websites that normally published proxies. The … Continue reading

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RSS Monitoring – ClickBaits and fascism

In the beginning of 2010, there was RSSWatch. A simple RSS feed monitor (tldr link here) was used to fetch, monitor sites and warn for changes. Primary target was WordPress sites – and partially Facebook. But since Facebook recently changed … Continue reading

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Rise and fall of RSSWatch – and the consequences

Apparently, time flies by very fast. Several years has gone since the first versions of RSSWatch saw the light. Under the FnargBlog RSSWatch “brand”, a very sloppy release of a RSS monitor was built – at that time the goal … Continue reading

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