Cat-v.org Random Contrarian Insurgent Organization
‘The Internet is not for sissies.’
-- Paul Vixie
Projects hosted at cat-v.org
- 9P, A simple file protocol to build sane distributed systems.
- /sys/doc/, Documentation archive.
- Acme, the user interface for programmers by Rob Pike.
- Fortunes Files, from various operating systems and other sources.
- Glenda’s lair, The unofficial home of the Plan 9 Bunny.
- cat -v, harmful stuff.
- HTTP 0.2, a proposed standard that simplifies the complexities of the http protocol.
- International Workshops for Plan 9 and Inferno, unofficial homepage.
- Manual Pages Library, a collection of man pages for Plan 9 and related systems.
- NineTimes, Plan 9, Inferno, Unix and Bell Labs operating systems news.
- Plan 9 and Inferno, at the Google Summer of Code.
- Quotes Archive, a collection of quotes.
- Sam, a text editor by Rob Pike.
- Software Repo, random bits of code.
- Werc, the anti-web anti-framework that powers cat-v.org.
- plan9front - A fork of Plan 9 from Bell Labs.
See the update log for an (very incomplete) list of recent changes to some of this sites.
Other cat-v.org Projects Hosted Elsewhere
There are other cat-v.org productions that have been emancipated and found a life eleswhere.
The cat-v.org Community
If you are interested in world domination you can join our perpetual trolling and creative infighting in various places:
- Irc: #cat-v on irc.freenode.org
- Mailing list:
echo subscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents of special interest
- UNIX Style, or cat -v Considered Harmful.
- utah2000: Systems Software Research is Irrelevant by Rob Pike.
‘The Great Man … is colder, harder, less hesitating, and without respect and without the fear of “opinion”; he lacks the virtues that accompany respect and “respectability”, and altogether everything that is the “virtue of the herd”. If he cannot lead, he goes alone. … He knows he is incommunicable: he finds it tasteless to be familiar. … When not speaking to himself, he wears a mask. There is a solitude within him that is inaccessible to praise or blame.’
– Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power