I released two new open-source projects this month: service-ident, an ident client for determining which user is listening on a remote TCP port, and hsts_preload.rb, an HSTS preload list and library for Ruby.

I also started working on codebot again, which I had discontinued in June 2018. Codebot is a web server and IRC bot for forwarding GitHub webhooks to IRC.

Finally, I made a number of changes to existing projects and released oidentd 2.3.2.

  • Released service-ident, an ident client for determining which user is listening on a remote TCP port […]

  • Released hsts_preload.rb, an HSTS preload list and library for Ruby […]

    • Updated preload list and released version 0.1.0.20190123 […]
  • Resumed maintaining codebot, an IRC bot for sending GitHub webhooks to IRC channels and alternative to the now-deprecated GitHub Services […]

    • Removed a deprecated method from codebot’s gemspec […]
    • Updated message formatting to work with newer Ruby versions […]
    • Released version 1.1.4 […]
    • Released version 1.1.5 […]
    • Released version 1.1.6 […]
  • Made several changes and security improvements to oidentd

    • Added fuzzing build configuration […]
    • Removed parentheses from return statements […]
    • Build as a position-independent executable with stack protection […]
    • Fixed comment style in default oidentd_masq.conf(5) […]
    • Updated instructions for verifying signatures […]
    • Released version 2.3.2 […]