1337 Speak For Ruby and an ActiveRecord 1337 Speak Extension

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ActiveRecord Extension 1337 - 0.0.1 is released!

A 1337 speak module for ruby is released! It is bundled with the
ActiveRecord extension activerecord_1337. This allows you to
encode your application in l33t speak. You can use the L337 module
standalone or use it bundled with the ActiveRecord extension.

This plugin can be easily used as a Rails plugin, or with a standalone
application, with or without ActiveRecord. It contains two
components:

  • L337 , a module for speaking 1337
  • ActiveRecord::Base extensions to utilize L337 for all reading all
    attributes

For more information check it out:
http://blogs.mktec.com/zdennis/pages/ActiveRecord_1337

Zach
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zdennis wrote:

  • L337 , a module for speaking 1337
  • ActiveRecord::Base extensions to utilize L337 for all reading all attributes

For more information check it out:
http://blogs.mktec.com/zdennis/pages/ActiveRecord_1337

Zach

W00t!

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could you give an example for what i could use l33t sp34k?

2006/8/11, zdennis [email protected]:

Zach
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Michael S. [email protected]

www.stellar-legends.de - Weltraum-Browsergame im Alpha-Stadium

okay. even google has l33t speak in its language list… try it :slight_smile:

2006/8/14, zdennis [email protected]:

speak
Zach
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Michael S. [email protected]

www.stellar-legends.de - Weltraum-Browsergame im Alpha-Stadium

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Michael S. wrote:

could you give an example for what i could use l33t sp34k?

For actual real world usage…um… perhaps:

  • april fools day joke on web site
  • translate all of your comments and posts to any blogs or on IRC to
    l33t speak
  • encode your any document or article so it can only be read by uber
    l33t speakers

I don’t have a real clear view of where it would be useful. It just
seemed like something fun to do. Although if you can think of
any ideas I’d love to post on my blog about why l33t speak is useful.
(of course all in fun =)

Zach
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You should definitely open up the String class and add a to_1337 method,
so you can write:

“hacker”.to_1337 => “h4x0r”

:slight_smile:

Best,
Thomas

Am 11.08.2006 um 04:48 schrieb zdennis:

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