Pietro Albini

My wishlist for Rust in 2019

Written on January 2, 2019.

It's starting to become a tradition to see a bunch of posts around the new year on what the community wants to see from Rust. For the second year in a row, the Rust core team asked for feedback for the 2019 roadmap and this is what I'd like: "rustfix all the things" and a better infrastructure.

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Introducing Persuade

Written on January 6, 2017.

Persuade is a small project I worked on in the past two weeks. It's a simple presenter console (just like the ones Impress and PowerPoint have), built entirely on web technologies and with support for PDF files.

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Civilization V paintings as your Linux wallpapers

Written on October 9, 2016.

Sid Meier's Civilization V is a great turn-based strategy game, and it comes with a lot of art and music assets bundled with it. I really like the paintings used as the loading screen's background, so I wrote a small tool to extract those from the game files and to rotate them as your favourite Linux distro's wallpaper.

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Gandi security vulnerability: 2FA bypass

Written on October 2, 2016.

Gandi is a French domain name registrar I use for all my domains, which also supports the volunteers behind some FLOSS projects. On Tuesday 27 september 2016 I found a flaw in their login form which allowed to completly bypass two factor authentication (2FA), after you inserted the right handle and password.

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Hey, that's a blog!

Written on September 3, 2016.

This might look different than it was since two years ago. Well, I finally updated my website with a new, cleaner style and a brand new blog! In this post I'll explain a bit more how this was made, and what I will write in there.

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There is also a list of all the posts I published, if you want to find an old post.