November 11, 2008

Plebis.Net. Speak your mind.

Posted in Society, Software at 02:34 by graham

I have just launched Plebis.net. It’s a wall on the Internet you can write on, for all to see.

You can write anything you want. There’s no censor and nothing is recorded, so feel free to scream shout and wail. Tell the world how you feel. Get it off your chest. Go on, it’s good for you. Head over to Plebis.net, and say something!

2 Comments »

  1. Graham King said,

    January 23, 2009 at 01:21

    Steve,

    Hum yes fair point. The most recent entries are stored in memory in memcached. For a while that was the only place, and that’s what I meant by ‘nothing is recorded’. Now they are also serialized to disk in case my server reboots.

    The only data I record is what you see on screen – name, date and message. There are the Apache logs as well, which are cleaned up at no precise interval.

    Graham.

  2. Steve Knight said,

    November 12, 2008 at 10:26

    Do you really record nothing?

    How do you show the page if nothing is recorded?!

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