You are invited to participate in a short survey session for the project research. Participation is voluntary. We want to understand the ways people use Processing in order to create a comprehensive resource for those who want to use Processing on the Pi. Your contribution to this study will help us creating a place for the Processing-Pi community to learn and share.
Thank you for answering the questions in the survey!
We are getting close to being able to analyze the results which we’ll do tomorrow.
@neilcsmith, @colouredmirrorball is correct, we use questions like that to serve as “attention questions” to be able to filter out responses performed by automated form-filling systems. Perhaps on this forum we don’t have to do that, but in other contexts (on a wider scale) questions like that help us increase the quality of the data.
@gohai@msurguy ok I tried the image on https://pi.processing.org/download/ but it seems this image doesn’t have full kms enabled so I needed to enable it from raspi-config to use glsl. I’m writing this since I wasn’t sure if this is expected behavior
@micuat It was a conscious decision to have SSH enabled by default on the Raspberry Pi, since this is needed for headless operation (e.g. using the Upload to Pi tool for Processing).
As for security: theses days network devices are almost always behind a Network Address Translation device (or NAT), which prevents hosts from the internet to connect (except the device specifically asks for port forwarding, which sshd won’t.) On IPv6 class networks you typically don’t do NAT, but all IPv6 home routers I have seen run a firewall to the same effect.