User:Ninjasr☆

This is my userpage I guess, used to have the account User:Ninjasr but I forgot the password so y'know...

I have a website with a personal wiki at http://ninjasr.heliohost.org/ and accounts all over the internet.

Copy Project

Majority of what I do is copy and paste stuff from github to here. I read somewhere (forgot where) that the github wiki's contents are being transitioned to here but noticed little was being done. So I decided to take matters into my own hands.

For now, I'll also use this page to create links to new pages because I'm too stupid to figure out how to create new pages outside of linking to them. Also, it's a pain in the ass to look through the pages I've already copied from github so this is easier. These lists are from the encyclopedia section in the sidebar. I won't bother removing text as all that matters is the link, and once it's not dead on here it will be removed.

This isn't all the pages btw. If my math is correct, 705 articles need to be copied from GitHub to here (that's just the total number of pages on there minus the number on the front page here, there could be way more). If anyone wants to help me with this monumental task, go to my talk page.

Dead on Github means the link is... well dead on Github. All red links on Github are considered dead (even if there's a redirect, that's something to fix later on). They should generally be ignored.

This isn't anything complicated, just click on the link on github, click on "edit page", select all, copy (if the formatting is Markdown you'll have to convert it to MediaWiki first). Open this wiki, click on the same link here, paste text there. Like me, you can do about a dozen in a (relatively) short amount of time. After that you simply compare the article here to the one on github.

Why do all this? Well when I first found Bibanon and was interested in finding out more, I found myself split between here, github and wikibooks. It's not exactly easy switching between all three. What was most frustrating were the endless red links on both. So I aim to move all content from github to here, so it isn't as frustrating anymore. The fact a lot of red links will still exist and images will be missing is something to be solved after all the existing pages are moved.

404 Girl - Dead on Github

Homo Thread - Dead on Github

Jay Naylor - Dead on Github

Alexander Rybak - Dead on Github

All of Cosine's vaginas look horribly infected - Dead on Github

BABY FUCK BABY FUCK - Dead on Github

Blackbob Niggerpants - Dead on Github

│   ├── Cox the Fox - Dead on Github

│   ├── Centipedes, in my vagina? - Dead on Github

│   ├── Hopkin Green Frog

│   ├── Image Macro

│   ├── Image macro

│   ├── Invasions

│   ├── ISO Ragefaces

│   │   └── Forever alone

│   ├── Push Button Receive Bacon

│   ├── Raptor Jesus

│   ├── Seaking (FUCK YEAH!)

│   ├── SHOOP DA WHOOP

Slowpoke

Spengbab

That Fucking Cat

Longcat

Delicious Cake

DRACULA PENIS

Grinbitch

Guitar Ninjas

Multi Track Drifting

Nanomachines

Nice Boat

Nutbladder

OH GOD SHANA IS HOT

Pimp

Poonmaster - Dead on Github

Japanese-Derived Terminology

Nouns

4chan Wordfilters

Concepts

People and Groups

Adjectives

*&

Verbs

Memetic Phrases

4chan

While much smaller than any of the others, 4chan’s own flash board has a bunch of cool animations detailing memes, history, and a signature weirdness common to it’s culture.

  • V_rage.swf - A depiction of the events of 4chan’s Civil War era: also known as /b/day.
  • 4chan City - Showcased by moot at Otakon 2006. It’s pretty cool.
  • scientolulz.swf - Actually, this was from Newgrounds, but it details pretty well what Scientology is about.

. |-- defense

| |-- encrypt

| | |-- Truecrypt

| |-- network

| | |-- Freenet

| | |-- Tor

| |-- proxy

| |-- Privoxy

| |-- Proxifier

| |-- Proxybot

| |-- ShadeNET

| |-- Squid

|-- Fusion

|-- linux | |-- Bash

| |-- Bashrc

| |-- Basic-UNIX-commands


| |-- Curl

| |-- Extras-wget-raper

| |-- Grep

| |-- Unix-operands


| |-- Wget

|-- offense

| |-- ddos

| | |-- Black-Widow

| | |-- DDoS-Tools

| | |-- Hping

| | |-- JMeter

| | |-- Low-Orbit-Ion-Cannon

| |-- dox

| | |-- Anonidox

| | |-- PhpBB-Dox-Machine

| |-- flood

| | |-- Chatango

| | |-- IMacros

| | |-- Ircaids

| | |-- Magnifying-Glass

| | |-- Shitnami

| | |-- Tinytroller

| | |-- Youflood

| |-- map

| | |-- DNS-Probe

| | |-- Lanmap

| | |-- Nmap

| |-- spam

| | |-- AppleMailBomberwn

| | |-- BeatBomberwn

| | |-- Domorato

| | |-- G-mail_Bomberwn

| | |-- MailRapewn

| | |-- Nraep

| | |-- PHPMailRaep

| | |-- SMSRape

| | |-- Sparky.27s_Mailbomberwn

| | |-- Wpcomment.sh-HTML

| | |-- Wpcomment.sh-code

| | |-- Wpcomment.sh

| |-- sub7.doc

| |-- Ventrilo

| |-- WOT

| |-- Zip-bomb

|-- packages

| |-- Dangerous-Kitten

| |-- Earthquake-in-a-Box

| |-- HackerPackage

| |-- Net-Tools

| |-- Pools-Closed-Pack

|-- Software

|-- Tips

|-- Windows-xp-performance

  • Project Mayhem - Anonymous's project to create a better way for whistleblowers to submit data, rather than relying on the central servers or survivatory blackmail of Wikileaks.
  • CJDNS - Not a DNS system, but something more like a global distributed VPN... (somebody make a better description). It's part of the Meshnet project.
  • Earthquake in a Box - A bundle of applications and guides to help anons and netizens thrive on the darknet.
  • Firekips - A Tor Browser Bundle based browser designed to quickly introduce users to go on I2P, Tor, and Freenet.
  • Gittorrent - Put the DVCS of Git and the P2P download system of Bittorrent, and we can make Git repositories truly distributed and independent from central servers. The possibilities of Gittorrent could forever change the way we develop projects and use software.
  • Fully Decentralized Wiki - A design specification for making a fully decentralized Git wiki, which would definitely help ours out.
  • TYLER - A wiki planned by Anonymous's Project Mayhem as a distributed successor to Wikileaks
  • Sandman Package Manager - A plan to implement the best features of Arch Linux's Pacman and AUR in all Linux operating systems, to make it easier to install and manage unpackaged source code.
  • Church of Anon
  • Memetic Nervegas Factory
  • Meshnet - Reddit's plan to create a wireless meshnet independent from current internet infrastructure.
  • AnonFreq - A concept for a comic for Anonymous.