Web Information Services by Q & Janko Durdik
Pozn. Náš webový server je kvôli nezodpovednému ISP v 4+ minútových intervaloch neprerušovane dlhodobo nedostupný, viď administratívnu zprávu dolu. 2024-02-07 16:52:57 GMT+1
Pozn. Z dôvodu údržby pôvodného webového servera pracuje táto webová lokalita prerušovane, zvyčajne nie je v prevádzke medzi 21:00 a 09:00 GMT/UTC+01:00 (SEČ) alebo medzi 21:00 a 09:00 GMT/UTC+02:00 (SELČ), a iba dočasne.
Cloudflare's Always Online™: HTML modules are not (currently) fetched from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.
09.09.2023 každých ca. 100, 30-15... sekúnd začal náš DSL router na ca. 4+ minút strácať DSL spojenie s Internet chrbticou a nadobro stratil Ethernet spojenie s našou Intranet. Pritom sa router reštartuje, hoci sa bežne nemení naša verejná IP adresa.
DSL router treba nedôveryhodnému DSL prevádzkovateľovi dať vymeniť, k čomu máme dôvodné zábrany.
Pre vňútornú potrebu:
Das Update wurde am 09.09.2023 um 01:09 Uhr über die automatische Update-Funktion (notwendiges FRITZ!OS Update) in Ihrer FRITZ!Box (System > Update > Auto-Update) gestartet.
(unexpectedly upgraded and since then inaccessible VDSL router by Sunrise GmbH undesirably restarting every ~4')
➽Po našej zdráhavej návšteve vzdialeného (29 autominút) Sunrise šopu nám ISP Sunrise po piatich mesiacoch behom dňa zaslal nový zapečateno zabalený DSL router bez DSL kábla. Pošta router v zbytočne priveľkom a nevystlanom balíku bezohľadne deponovala mimo našej poštovej schránky... Pri ďalšej našej návšteve toho istého Sunrise šopu nám ISP dal ním systemicky šľohnutý nový originálne zabalený DSL kábel a naše napojenie na Internet sme bez ISP uviedli do stabilného stavu. Získali sme dojem, že ohňová stena routera ISP umožňuje router diaľkovo ovládať, no vzhľadom na toto sme ju neprestavili.
Na francúzsky DSL router sme si dlhšie zvykali, no zvykli sme si naň.
Tic-tac-toe (3×3 piškvorky...) / Hráč vs. AI (počítačka)
09:22 08.04.2022 GMT/UTC+02:00 (SELČ)
proprietary inclusion of the file tic-tac-toe.htm as an HTML module
The completion of proprietary inclusion of this HTML module is ongoing work.
However, the game provided by the HTML module is fully functional, just scroll to its board.
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Autonomous HTML custom elements <time-formatted> and <live-timer> oourtesy of Ilya Kantor.
Now that the failed 1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt leading to both the immediate collapse of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) and the dissolution of the Soviet Union (USSR) four months later has crossed many t's and dotted the i's, it is becoming clear that in little more than six tumultuous years since 1985 communist Gorbachov as General Secretary of the CPSU and additionally as head of state beginning in 1988, as Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet from 1988 to 1989, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet from 1989 to 1990 and the only president of the USSR from 1990 to 1991 was willing to tolerate an extraordinary degree of risk in order to preserve the ambiguity of his position which had enabled him for a long time to safeguard the process of reform, but accepted later broken verbal assurances about the limits of Nato’s expansion and failed to secure written commitments from the West that would rule out under the given circumstances foreseeable NATO’s expansion eastward, presumably and incomprehensibly because it was not in the interest of the U.S. to organize 'an anti-Soviet coalition' that extended to the Soviet borders, not least because it might have reversed the positive trends in the USSR and all of the countries in question were still in the Warsaw Pact at the time and hosted large Soviet garrisons. In fact, first in 1997, almost six years after Gorbachov resigned as General Secretary, NATO and Russia in Paris signed a Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation falsly interpreted by the NATO as stating that each country had a sovereign right to seek alliances.
When asked how Gorbachov, who inter alia obviously as unintentional side effect accidentally helped to bring down the communist system that challenged the West, should have responded to the war in Ukraine, Sergei Truba, a pensioner at the officially not declared state funeral ceremony on September 3rd, 2022 in the Pillar Hall in the House of the Unions steeped in history in central Moscow near the Kremlin (11' walk), Russia, prior to Gorbachov's interment at the Novodevichy (Новодевичье, New Maidens') cemetery in Moscow next to his wife Raisa outside of the Kremlin Wall Necropolis on Red Square said: “He had already done the main thing required in his life.” When asked what he meant, he replied: “Perestroika.” As to the war, he added, “his voice wouldn’t have made any difference. He could not have changed this.”
“I actually used to dislike Gorbachov,” said Truba, who added that he had condemned Gorbachov and Yeltsin as the main culprits in the hastening of the collapse of the Soviet Union. “But once Putin arrived, everything changed for me… I realised what a great man we had before.”