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The Hacker Key Guide

The Hacker Key Guide allows hackers, both current and aspiring, to encode vital information about their traits into a single line of text, generally useful for sig files. It is based in principle on the wonderful Geek Code by Robert Hayden, but is skewed further to the geek programming niche.

Recent releases

  •  29 Dec 2006 12:34

    Release Notes: Category additions include "Cygwin" for Windows, "MMO" and "RTS" to games, and several new additions to the books section. Answers 2 and 3 in math were changed for those hackers still in secondary school. The Linux section was completely revamped and updated, and the user-specified (O)ther option was added to Linux and IDE/text editors. The politics section now uses the Political Compass website ratings.

    •  22 Feb 2006 09:01

      Release Notes: Category additions include "PHP" and "Ruby" to software, "Dr Who" and "Battlestar Galactica" to television, "Idle" and "Anjuta" to IDEs, "Involved (dating)" to sex, and "Windows Server 2003" and "Vista" to Windows. The duplicate S for shooters was changed to O in gaming, and the duplicate N for Nedit in IDEs was changed to I.

      •  20 Mar 2005 15:57

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        28 Mar 2006 03:34 cdpxe

        protocol geeks
        nice project but I still miss some TCP/IP parameters.

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