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Colm O'Neill (IE) Colm is a designer and researcher working in Carlow (IE) Rotterdam (NL) and Brussels. His work is concerned with mediations of digital literacy through graphical, user and programmatic interfaces. The research and practice that result follow the ideals of free and open source development models.
MA Networked Media from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam / Graphic Design BA from ENSAV La Cambre Brussels. Member of Open Source Publishing.
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colmoneill (4e73aecb) at 11 Dec 22:08
adding in Dearly Beloved at VISUAL and HnD publication
colmoneill (78898382) at 05 Dec 09:25
major push containing most of the course material from semester 1
Hi etherdump forkers,
Running a little etherbox instance here getting ready for a 2 day retreat with unknown internet situation here;
Etherbox works well enough out of the box, but I'm having issues understanding etherdump itself. I'd have a few questions about what happens in what order, but mostly I'm interested in this:
— why is it that when I delete a specific pad (using the API for example like this http://yourserver.org:9001/api/1/deletePad?apikey=yourkey&padID=mypad) and etherdump is re-run, why does it still appear in the etherdump index ?
I see many component files based off of each pad; guide.html, guide.index, guide.index.diff.html, guide.index.meta.json for example; is it because these files still exist in the etherdump home folder that the index still considers them 'indexable' ?
If so, what should one do, manually delete the pad then these files if a pad gets created by accident ?
thanks a mil !
I'm preparing to bring a etherbox setup to a short residency program I will attend soon here in Ireland. Super pleased to discover the ready .iso image for dd-ing. It works great and I have the full stack working.
The documentation is plentiful, but I'm looking to extend the range of the network using a openWRT router. I can't seem to find info on what / how the hotspot is created on the pi alone. I'm looking here mostly: https://networksofonesown.constantvzw.org/etherbox/manual.html#placing-etherbox-in-your-network maybe there is somewhere else to check ?
I'm assuming I could 'simply' (famous last words) deactivate the hotspot generating service and manage access to the ehterbox via the router after that ? Any ideas off the top of your heads what that service or tool is called ?
Thanks a million;
All the best !
Sorry I forgot to close this; uninstalling dnsmask and hostapd + adding in network information to wpa_supplicant.conf does the job fine !
colmoneill (aa5ffa37) at 01 Nov 13:31
adding the last folder before local system clean
I have identified
as services to possibly stop, but I'm looking for info as to what other configurations were made to the pi ideally.on etherbox
colmoneill (4fceb730) at 21 Oct 19:19
update link to actual collaborative-love-song VISUAL page
colmoneill (ab9a5885) at 21 Oct 19:14
update README to include installation images
... and 1 more commiton dearly-beloved
colmoneill (1d3df818) at 15 Oct 21:54
matomo vs piwik
colm (471c0b17) at 11 Oct 15:02
flips the filter arrow according to the toggle
Contact info is now in the about page, but I leave this issue open to keep the question of the sub domains openon diversions-2019.collection-incerti...
Get news and contact information from @marielec to create and fill out these pages.on diversions-2019.col...
colm (7881dc13) at 11 Oct 14:48
for the moment only the first few uncertitudes are highlighted https://gitlab.constantvzw.org/diversions/diversions-2019.collection-incertitudes/blob/master/__init__.py#L9
Needs to include all of the pattersn in https://gitlab.constantvzw.org/diversions/diversions-2019.collection-incertitudes/tree/master/static/word_patternson div...
colmoneill (b098bc82) at 19 Sep 08:17
... and 1 more commiton tangible.tools
colmoneill (4c4a5795) at 14 Sep 12:25
... and 1 more commiton ruimte.yunohost.bkp
colmoneill (3e59d202) at 11 Sep 12:57
content for the Visual Language and Media course
Adversarial interfaces is a critical analysis the rhetoric of certain user interfaces. With this analysis and critique the project proposes ways (see menu items) by which to practically and discursively adapt our understandings of computer and network infrastructures in the aim of resisting seamless integrations of software and interfaces as totalitised spaces with no alternatives and no outsides.
The title of this site and project appends the idea of Adversarial Design to interfaces. At its core this project exists as an expression of a need for agonism in the field of user interface design.
Adversarial design: (Carl DiSalvo) a type of political design that evokes and engages political issues. Adversarial Design does the work in expressing and enabling agonism.
Agonism: (Chantal Mouffe) a political theory that emphasises the potentially positive aspects of certain forms of political conflic.
Adversarial interfaces is research in progress. This sites first itteration exists to mark a point at the finalisation of a masters degree in media design and communication by Colm O'Neill.
The following list is a feed of latest updates from the research website itself: adversarial.interfaces.site
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