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Apollo-NG is a mobile, self-sustainable, independent and highly-experimental Hackbase, focused on research, development and usage of next-generation open technology while visiting places without a resident, local Hackerspace and offering other Hackers the opportunity to work together on exciting projects and to share fun, food, tools & resources, knowledge, experience and inspiration.

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Voron 2.4 Build Livestream EP2

In this next Episode we continue to print Voron 2.4 R2 ApolloX ASA parts on the open frame Felix sucessfully. The results are not perfect yet, but there is still enough filament and more parts to tweak more slicer settings to get it to as close to perfect as possible within the constraints of the printer and environment. But so far, the brims and draft shield seem to hold.

If you want to see more, please join Odysee and follow our channel there.

2022/08/02 19:07 · chrono · 0 Comments

First Voron 2.4 Build Livestream

This was a first trial attempt to see if we can stream our Voron 2.4 Printer build process live via Odysee. The challenge was to figure out if we can print the needed Voron 2.4 R2 parts on the open-frame Felix with ApolloX ASA.

If you want to see more, please join Odysee and follow our channel there.

2022/08/02 18:58 · chrono · 0 Comments

HTTPS Connection Problems

For the last 24 hours a couple of users may have encountered TLS connection problems to this wiki, especially with latest browsers as a result of an unfortunate combination of problems. The last certificate expired yesterday and a new one was rolled out but the new certificate (from STARTSSL) seems to have been signed against STARTCOMs root CA, which was already kicked out by mozilla and google in latest firefox and chrome/ium. As this wiki is only accessible through HTTPS and ensures this by setting HSTS headers, there was no quick fix to mitigate the problem.

Since the whole TLS/HTTPS/CA business is totally broken by design, we either have to live with it or make a conscious move to with, which will provide our certs from now on to be more independent from commercial CAs and their leaks and implementation problems.

Sorry for the inconvenience if you were hit by this problem.

2017/01/23 10:01 · chrono · 0 Comments