1. Statements of Fact.
Parties who have, or claim to have, knowledge related to statements of fact that are made on this website are invited to offer comments, corrections, or clarifications.
This site uses standard httpd logs as well as JS code to collect information of most of the types that a web browser typically broadcasts.
The primary administrator may publicly disclose and/or reuse information collected in any manner that is deemed appropriate.
The right to analyze, blog, post, quote, “discuss”, or otherwise distribute or make use of information collected or actions or documents or information of any type that is deemed appropriate to use is reserved and may be exercised to the maximum extent possible without further notice at any point in the future.
3. COPPA Notice.
To the best of the primary administrator's knowledge, COPPA,
a law which limits the use of children's information in commercial
or similar contexts, doesn't apply to this site.
4. Contact information.
To contact OldCoder, try the two email addresses listed below.
As a note to attorneys, you're not allowed to assume that email sent has been received. Additionally, note that “registered email” is a concept with limited relevance and you may be mocked for attempting to use it.
There's a nice YouTube video related to OldCoder at:
OldCoder's LinkedIn is:
You can talk to OldCoder directly in IRC. The IRC network is:
If you're able to connect to the IRC network, try this IRC command:
OldCoder has an IRC bouncer. However, if he isn't present, don't assume that queries will necessarily be received.
5. Site technical notes.
5a. This site uses responsive code. This means that it's supposed to work on your phone.
5b. https, i.e., SSL, support is provided by Let's Encrypt.
5c. The original content on this site may ultimately be released under Creative Commons.
5d. This site is hand-written HTML5 and CSS3 plus a bit of JS and Bootstrap. Just like Grandmother used to bake it.
More about the theme:
The theme is largely OldCoder's own design. The goals are: simple, responsive, and practical. Like OldCoder :P
The responsive tables are based on a nice trick documented by Chris Coyier in a 2011 CSS Tricks article.
OldCoder's version of the tables code adds support for multiple tables with different structures on the same page. Transitions are also smoother in general.