LordRishav official Site
Welcome to my site! I use this site to host my projects, wikis and blogs. I am a programmer and GNU/Linux, Privacy, Free Software and Copyleft enthusiast.
Holy sh*t, why do you have so eye-piercing colors on your site?
It isn't eye-piercing. The background is white, which stands for peace, much needed in today's world. The text color is black, which matters (please don't kill me for this joke). If you need an inverted colored view of this page, get the Dark Reader addon for Chromium and Firefox. If you use a terminal based browser, just change the color of your terminal. If you use Tor Browser, in which it is not recommended to get addons, well then you're out of luck. Use a terminal client.
How this site is maintained
I don't know any HTML, CSS or JS. I find the syntax of all those languages confusing. I am used to the C-style syntax.
If I said that this site is created by me, then it would be wrong. This site is actually made by a program called
pandoc, which converts Markdown documents into HTML files for me and I just host it here. Of course, the markdown documents are made by me, but I don't actually code in HTML, so this is actually
pandoc created site :P
How to access this site
As you're seeing this, you're already accessing this site. But if you want the most private and secure way to access the site, you shouldn't visit this site on a regular web browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. These browser's are not privacy oriented and send your usage data to Google and Mozilla respectively. Best way to access this site securely and privately is to use a command line web browser like
lynx (the browsers which I use on the CLI), OR, use the TOR Browser. Also, block fonts.googleapis.com with uBlock Origin Advanced or uMatrix or your hosts file if you don't want the fonts (and additional tracking)
Why are you saying this? Do you track users?
pikaur is a very nice AUR helper. A nice upgrade over
This site's content is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license unless otherwise noted [eg. Wiki pages are always licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 4.0 (CC BY-SA 4.0) License]
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How to decode it: Put
echo "me o eec TOD le ea me ne o eet o ra eep TA eev ea hce se eea ra eed ra o le" | rev into a command-line (or reverse it manually), and then process each word as pronunciation of a letter, except 'DOT' and 'AT'. Like this, 'tee' means the letter 't' and 'aaee' means the letter 'i'.
PGP Key, if you know how to use it