For entertainment of a whole bunch of fresh students, whom we gladly welcome for account creation, so they can have fun with this image during the days-long wait in the queues... (NOTE: not for minors under 18, and we disclaim all responsibility for psychological consequences resulted by images of this kind.) (NOTE II: The image is from a private collection.)
A monster is on the loose! Genetic engineering in the hands of sick minds has produced an artificial intelligence that thinks it is the first fly psychiatrist. Considering the origin of the species used in this unfortunate experiment, Dr. Fly strongly believes that he can solve all your problems and dilemmas. Forget about helpdesk and turn for help to artificial intelligence. It used to have some problems for a while (minor technical difficulties), but it's back now. Better than ever!
Since we use disk-space to archive assorted uselessness, it would only be fair to notify the general populace. Namely, fly hosts the arhives of several mailing lists: wget, gnus & kvake. Spend your time creatively! Learn the messages by heart. The Faculty's administration has plentiful prizes in store for the best!
If you're wondering why there is nothing on this server the answer is simple: nobody maintains the web pages. But, fly is the home server for many FEEC students. They have all been very industrious and inventive, thus you can view the compiled products of their genii.
Our FTP server with no warez.
Fun & Games, a page currently unmaintained;
Music Archive (in Croatian), currently unmaintained;
Enya page, you guessed it, currently unmaintained.
Whirlpool D&D, a page that is maintained (but not anymore!) Find who what where when why...
For the nostalgics: HTML 3.0 draft i HTTP 1.0 RFC.
IOCCC, International Obfuscated C Code Contest. Ideal for the poor unfortunates who want to learn the C programming language. (Last update: 26.04.2000.)
We also have a mirror of the Game Developers Magazine.
For crazy and confused: Unix help pages. For reasons totally incomprehensible to me, all Unix introductions try to explain how to use various commands, instead of explaining the basic concepts of the operating system. Suffer...
This page looks awful. I don't care.