OK – I finished my version of FOAAS, I mean FOASS. It’s much prettier, flexible and to the best of my informal testing, it is mostly bug free 🙂
try it here
- /wp/ on the homepage URL. This is caused by this being a sub-domain of JasonDeArte.com where I have a rewrite .htaccess that poorly sends root traffic to the WordPress install in /wp/
- Naked commands without a trailing “/:something”. I.e.
/off/will work (and insert random names),
/offwill not & instead return a 404. I consider this a low priority bug & will probably just set up a 404 page with belligerent language.
It supports all the currently listed (2013.07.21) commands, as well as a few more commands. Most were suggested by my co-workers.
If you request it in json or plaintext, it will return it as json or plaintext, respectively.
If you leave out values, it will use random names from a list of co-workers and friends that I’m sure that would find this hilarious. Oh, if you’re name is in the list and you don’t find it funny, it’s not You-you, it’s that other guy with the same name. Sorry 😉
I wish I had more time to hook up Google App Engine to run it, but time on the weekends are limited.
-Jason De Arte
Yesterday, Nico introduced me to a groundbreaking new web service in field of telling people to Fuck Off.
I know, right? Why do I need a Web Service to tell people to fuck off. We all know how easy it is to do. I do it several times just on the drive to work.
I was pleasantly surprised – it does make it easier!
But it’s not extensible. 🙁
So late last night, when my two year old was not going to sleep like she should have, I wrote my own clone as a Python programming project.
Check it out
And now I can tell my co-worker Oliver to Fuck Off using a language he understands
-Jason De Arte
P.S. Yes, I know it’s childish. And your point is?