Hey, very interested in this! I have been talking about building something similar with yggdrasil for a while but I dropped it since I didnt have enough people interested in building something. I'd love to see an overlay network with a nice little community behind it hosting sites and services for one another. Fuck the internet in it's current state build something better.
If you want to chat a bit more about it, I hang out here a lot. http://theendgrqykcahkhgd2ny36tefdaqyk34r5bdskwmh3olt6iemxrshid.onion/index.php
I just recently picked up a challenge/trainer lock with a moderately paracentric Schlage keyway and an overpriced sixty piece pick set as baby's first lock picking learning project (really it's my new "fidget toy," it beats fidget spinners). I started on it with five standard pins and have since upped it to seven tonight. The paracentric keyway is a bitch and limits which picks I can use, but I've found solace in a "standard hook" pick and also kind of like the small diamond. I picked through the seven pins tonight in three tries (over-set twice) all entirely within about a twenty minute span. I'm calling it quits for the evening.
The lock came with a small bottle of various key pins and driver pins, which includes security pins such as spool, T-, and serrated pins. I wonder what would be a good way to introduce security pins when I have consistency on the current seven standard pins setup.
I really, really, really like dicks up my butt. Especially when the system won't start because it has a dependency on the networking configuration and if there is any misconfiguration at all, you can't start the computer :)
Directories are actually shit at meaningfully categorizing files. If you have a Music/ folder and a Videos/ folder, where the hell are you gonna put your music videos? TMSU provides a clean cli for tagging your files, and even a virtual file system for queries. It's basically like running a local *booru except it isn't limited by file types and you don't have to deal with webshit.