the emulator is down (
CORS strikes again. Looks like the CDN is down, maybe it’ll come back up on its own.
If it doesn’t come back soon I’ll try making it access github directly again.
There was a CORS proxy setup by @unwiredben on his AWS but I was supposed to set up an instance.
Did that get shutoff I can try to set it up again.
The emulator seems to be working for the forum: I went to a post, CatMines - A minesweeper clone for the Arduboy, and saw the emulator running fine. I use Firefox almost exclusively, but when I checked the network requests, I saw the emulator directly pulling the .hex file from the Discourse storage, not going through my proxy. I just tried the same page on Chrome 94 and it also worked.
When I did that same inspection on
ProjectABE - Arduboy Emulator, I hit an issue. The fetch request for https://gitcdn.xyz/repo/eried/ArduboyCollection/master/Arcade%2FLoveRush%2FLoveRush_v1.1.1.hex starts, but never returns any data.
More info, it could be related to some services flagging gitcdn.xyz as malicious. I saw this issue - gitcdn.xyz insecure · Issue #1533 · uBlockOrigin/uBlock-issues · GitHub where it’s suggested to use gitcdn.link instead.
gitcdn.xyz is also somehow related to CloudFlare (I’m presuming CloudFlare operate it?), so it possibly could be related to the CloudFlare issue that hit Facebook et al? (Which was in turn caused by changes to the configuration of their routers using the border gateway protocol.)
Amazing work! But when I try to download 101 star ships, it says this: Error (4xx)
We can’t find the page you’re looking for.
maybe it’s time to add the fine games from TeamARG to the online collection?
4 more games for 300
this could push it to the limit
I’m sure it’s fine to put the teamarg games on there, its for posterity.
They’re open source, so as long as the licence notice is provided with them, @eried is well within his rights to host them, as is absolutely anyone (who sticks to the rules).
[…] without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software […] subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
However, it would be a very good idea to remove links to the Team ARG website first.
Otherwise we’re going to end up with some rather annoyed people who were sent to a dodgy website.