Had a lot of fun today hacking on a silly little Rust program with some folks at my job. It’s an implementation of a multi-user kanban board meant to help with “lean coffee” discussions.
It’s implemented as an “SSH app”: you put it behind an sshd that lets anyone log in but force them into the application instead of the shell.
All state is on the file system with no database involved. Just plonk the code in a container/jail/what have you and it will work fine.
Hoping to open source it soon!
@ndpi I've been trying to make simple SSH apps for my server recently, but backed off a bit when I couldn't figure out how to secure it properly to keep someone from reading other files on the system.
@ndpi i like this “SSH app” approach. it’s one step above telnet, and it feels more modern somehow. cool stuff. i may steal this in the future
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