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Posted by
Tor Edvardsson  -  September 2008
 
Posted by
John van den Hooven  -  September 2008
That's really funny, thanks for sharing this.
 
Posted by
Matthew Hardy  -  September 2008
https://localhost:(adminport)/mastermind.html
 
Posted by
Erik Allemann  -  October 2008
One of those cool easter eggs. I believe there also is a tetris protocol to which one can get a tertris game.

No idea how though, maybe someone else knows?
 
Posted by
Mathias Sodermark  -  October 2008
It's very easy: Just set up Roxen to use the tetris protocol over a port of your choice (like i.e. 13204) and then connect to that port with a telnet client.

Have fun!
 
Posted by
Paul Kok  -  October 2008
hehe, mastermind.. cool. can't really get the tetris working though. :(
(tried: random site - add port with tetris protocol and sme port - use windows telnet client: telnet ip:port - can't connect...)

any more???
 
Posted by
Erik Allemann  -  October 2008
It's:

  telnet <server> <port>

not:

  telnet <server>:<port>
 
Posted by
Martin Pedersen  -  October 2008
Let's hope for more fancy Easter eggs in 5.0!

Of the topic - If you are in the vicinity of Linköping (where we have our home base) I can really recommend a drive around the lake Roxen. It's a narrow tarmac road with many bends and places to stop and enjoy the landscape along the way. I tried the route a few weeks ago, it was really nice to get out of town and experience all the colors of autumn.
 
Posted by
Matthew Hardy  -  October 2008
What's your fastest time around lake Roxen?
 
Posted by
Martin Pedersen  -  October 2008
My fastest time is about 45 minutes, that's quite a bad time, but I was out for a sunday drive with my not-so-impressive Ford Fiesta (unsuitably nicknamed El Burro, by the way).

The scenery however: Magnificent!

I guess if you close the roads and put a more experienced driver, let's say Sebastien Loeb behind the wheel, you could do the same trip in fifteen minutes time. :)
 
Posted by
Pontus Östlund  -  October 2008
My fastest time is about 45 minutes, that's quite a bad time, but I was out for a sunday drive with my not-so-impressive Ford Fiesta (unsuitably nicknamed El Burro, by the way)


My fastest time around Roxen is ~4 hours on a mountain bike ;)
Give me a year or two and I'll match your El Burro :D
 
Posted by
Martin Pedersen  -  October 2008
My fastest time around Roxen is ~4 hours on a mountain bike ;)
Give me a year or two and I'll match your El Burro :D


Talking of human computer games!
 
Posted by
Pontus Östlund  -  October 2008
Sorry for going more offtopic but speaking of the lake Roxen it occured to me we're not only running Roxen CMS at work, we're also "running" the lake ;)

Here's the eight last years weekly water levels and draughts:
http://www.tekniskaverken.se/matvarden/vattenreglering/roxen/
 
Posted by
Martin Pedersen  -  October 2008
Are you just policing the lake or is there some power production involved?
 
Posted by
Pontus Östlund  -  October 2008
Are you just policing the lake or is there some power production involved?


I'm not sure but we supervise a lot of lakes (almost every wet spot in Östergötland) and I don't think we have power stations on all of these waters. And I really don't know why we control the levels in all of these lakes. You are welcome on a study visit ;) (or what ever it might be called in English)
 
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