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# run this to follow @kas in the app
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Stop trying to fix the user ⌘ http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7676198/
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@quite, do you also remember how the yellow stuff that oozes from a ladybug when you squeeze her tastes? ;)
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@joel, What do you mean by “doesn't do mentions”?
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@quite It makes for the most delicious bread. Do you remember the taste of the soft part of a grass straw when we were kids? That's how newly milled grains taste like. I'm using a Fidibus Classic, btw ⌘ http://www.getreide...
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@tfurrows Yes, I look forward to start using my grain mill and baking bread again (am in the process of moving). :)
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No Knead Bread | Bread Recipe | The New York Times (2006) ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08i8oXpFB0
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LibreMesh ⌘ http://libremesh.org/
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@tx, @freemor: Zeronet could also be used for #P2P distribution of #twtxt (but is a bit harder to script).
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@tx I like your writeup, btw. :)
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@tx You're right, it sucks that #DAT is implemented in nodejs. It could only be worse if it was java.
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Lonetwin's pimped-up pythonrc ⌘ https://github.com/lonetwin/pythonrc/ #python
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@tx, I'm not sure. I think I'd prefer DAT over IPFS. And with a hashbase account I even needn't keep DAT running 24×7.
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Feed extinguisher — get the real feed behind a FeedBurner URL ⌘ https://feedextinguisher.vltf.org/
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Kippers in the Jungle (Denmark's first): 17th anniversary ⌘ https://coord.info/gc6a #GC6A #geocaching
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Comparison of #NTP implementations ⌘ https://chrony.tuxfamily.org/comparison.html
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On the twenty-third day of the month of September, in an early year of a decade not too long before our own, the human race suddenly encountered a deadly threat to its very existence. And this terryfying enemy surfaced, as such enemies often do, in the...
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@leveck Do you want transparency i the terminal or not? I don't use transparency in lilyterm. Before lilyterm I used sakura. Can't remember what made me switch, though.
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@leveck I'm using an unpublished roll-your-own client (don't ya'll? 😉) — losely based on https://github.com/kseistrup/kbmsgr — in lilyterm in qtile wm on ArchLinux.
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@leveck (re: moon phase) Oh, I forgot the screenshot ⌘ https://enotty.dk/z/leveck-moon.png 😊
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@leveck (re: moon phase) It seems I use “Monospace Regular 12” in my terminal (unless that's a generic name, in which case I don't know).
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@leveck, welcome aboard! If people subscribe to @we_are_twtxt, they will see all changes to the directory. :)
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@nblade You've been added, no worries. And welcome to our little circle. :)
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@ckeen Reading you clearly. Can I add you to @we_are_twtxt?
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Out of nowhere: https://www.deepl.com/translator.html far better translator than Google. Begs the question: Can Google be overtaken in search too?
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@tdemin (re: scorecard) How about a ‘forward secrecy’ item under ‘security’?
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@tdemin (re: phone) I had neever heard about the BQ Aquaris X before. The specs look good!
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@tdemin (re: phone) Which one?
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Holographic storage for distributed applications — a validating monotonic DHT “backed” by authoritative hashchains for data provenance ⌘ https://github.com/metacurrency/holochain
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Holochains for distributed data integrity ⌘ http://ceptr.org/projects/holochain
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Introducing autocrypt: Encrypted e-mail for humans ⌘ https://autocrypt.readthedocs.io/
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@freemor (re: mail server) Yes, you're right — the problematic part is outbound SMTP.
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@tx (re: DeltaChat / self-hosted email) I agree.
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@david (re: lobste.rs) do you have any yourself?
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Anyone using DeltaChat here? https://delta.chat/en/
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@freemor (re: twtxt) I agree. However, it seems our population is dwindling.
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List of websites and whether or not they support #2FAhttps://twofactorauth.org/
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The Game of Trust ⌘ http://ncase.me/trust/
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@we_are_twtxt Our population is dwindling… :| #twtxt
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78rpm Records Digitized by George Blood, L.P. ⌘ https://archive.org/details/georgeblood
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RT @tx just a reminder that gopher is alive http://tedium.co/2017/06/22/modern-day-gopher-history/
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Community Imbalance Theory ⌘ https://medium.com/@mikeal/community-imbalance-theory-c5f8688ae352
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Cooking for engineers ⌘ http://www.cookingforengineers.com/
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Python 2.7 will retire in… ⌘ https://pythonclock.org/
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@benaiah are you still among the living? The certificate for benaiah.me expired on July 29.
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DTMF is an inexpensive way to get an anonymous phone number, temporarily or permanently ⌘ https://dtmf.io/
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Is SegWit activated yet? ⌘ http://www.segwit.co/
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Musikcube – terminal-based #music player ⌘ https://musikcube.com/
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unMonastery ⌘ http://unmonastery.org/
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@freemor (re: Scuttlebutt): If you do, start with the Patchwork client. And when you find it uses too many resources (mostly CPU and RAM), switch to a lighter client, e.g. Patchfoo.
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@tdemin (re: Scorecard) Well, there are truly decentralised options: Scuttlebutt requires no server at all. There are no mobile clients yet, though. :|
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@tdemin (re: Scorecard) So basically we should just go after xmpp+omemo or matrix, it seems. It's a pity that there aren't any truly decentralised solutions (like rumble or briar).
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@webi, please see https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt/pull/6 – the certificate expired more than a week ago. Also sent as PM on Scuttlebutt.
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Very Import Log Message: “systemd[1]: Detected architecture x86-64”
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@tdemin (re: markdown) +1 /cc @reednj
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@reednj (re: markdown in twtxt) I sometimes use markdown to easily associate a text with a link, or to _style_ certain *words*. The client I use, a roll-your-own, does not currently – but may at some point in the future – support markdown.
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Darn, a power cut!
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@freemor Adam wrote the article about #radicale before Let's Encrypt was a reality, so I believe the certificate problem is no longer relevant. But thanks!
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Digital Life Collective ⌘ https://www.diglife.com/ #bookmark
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Syncronizing contacts and calendars with your own server, on Android ⌘ https://koldfront.dk/archive/2014/09/14-190318.html
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OpenTimestamps ⌘ https://opentimestamps.org/
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@tdemin I disagree with your conclusion. I want to know if the performance of the RPi3 inside the pi-top and running the pi-top's software, displaying it on the monitor of the pi-top, is okay. I want to know if the p...
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@tdemin Yes, I'm aware that there's an RPi3 inside. I am wondering about the performance when it has to rund a desktop with an IDE. (Also, I thought it was solar powered, which was what originally caught my attention...
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@reednj Yes, and the pi-top is now even that cheap. I could get a chromebook with better specs for less money and install e.g. GalliumOS on it.
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Anyone who has tried the [pi-top](https://pi-top.com/product/pi-top)? How does it perform? Is it worth the price? #solarpunk
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@tdemin (re: Mysterium) I haven't really looked into it, it was mostly just a bookmark. But I believe eventually #Mysterium node operators will be able to charge [an alt-currency, probably ETH] for relaying other peo...
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Mysterium network — decentralised VPN ⌘ https://mysterium.network/
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Arguing about how the world should burn — process vs. content ⌘ https://www.ribbonfarm.com/2017/05/16/arguing-about-how-the-world-should-burn/
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OpenSourceSeeds initiative ⌘ http://www.opensourceseeds.org/en
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QOTD: “If you want to write fast software, use a slow computer.” — @Dominic (SSB)
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Saodaj’ with Talune and Daguerre ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy9SUyy_JdE#maloy
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@quite Saodaj' were new to me, too. My brother sent me a link last night. Love the music. They seem to be from Reunion. They have two tracks on Soundcloud.
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Saodaj’ – Pokor Lèr ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hcY22f8cUY
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@tdemin Yes, I'm aware that XMPP cannot be converted from XML to JSON. But I wish ‘they’ had chosen something more lightweight than XML when they designed the protocol.
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@tx (re: go-ssb) The secret is called secret.json and cannot contain comments, only JSON.
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@tx (re: go-ssb) If you get bitten by $GOPATH, please let me know. ;)
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@tx https://github.com/andyleap/go-ssb (in the cmd/sbot directory). Be aware that webui + rpc listens on all IP addresses, I suggest you add ‘localhost’ in main.go and webui.go: https://github.com/andyleap/go-ssb/pull/4
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@tdemin I know, but Matrix is en entirely different animal. Using XML in XMPP is terribly bandwidth ineffecient. JSON or MessagePack, to name a few alternatives, would be much better these days.
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Activity Streams ⌘ http://activitystrea.ms/
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JSON Feed ⌘ https://jsonfeed.org/ (Please do the same to XMPP!)
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Find me on #Scuttlebutt: @dbqlwh9gtr3i5ymogtioktgnvepeu+nyb6KGl1vtOcM=.ed25519 (AKA kas)
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@tdemin For a truly decentralised (as in mesh or p2p) social network, try #Scuttlebutthttps://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ (Patchwork, a client written in NodeJS, is a filthy resource hog, but a client written in golang is...
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@tdemin Yeah, it's difficult to see how Mastodon excels over, say, GNUSocial or Diaspora*. Should I choose one of those three, it would be Diaspora* (even if it doesn't have a well-defined API).
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Welcome aboard, @tdemin! :)
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Snackis – secure, distributed social networking ⌘ https://github.com/andreas-gone-wild/snackis
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Stovetop and electric pressure cooker #cooking time chart ⌘ https://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooking-times/
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@quite: haha! :D
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Stella Donnelly: Boys will be boys ⌘ https://healthytapes.bandcamp.com/track/boys-will-be-boys
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What is human rewilding? ⌘ http://rewildu.com/what-is-rewilding/
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@dave (re: cooking shows) Yes! However, this kimchi recipe is pretty much what it takes to make kimchi ⌘ http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-easy-kimchi-at-home-189390 Is does fail when it tries to show what two poun...
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@phil (re: #twtxt specs) Do you mean the comments? They're sort of a de facto standard. Or the length of some of my statuses? I have chosen to completely ignore the ‘up to 140 characters’ recommendation. So, ...
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The knowledge: How to rebuild our world from scratch ⌘ http://the-knowledge.org/
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@phil #twtxt format specification ⌘ https://twtxt.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user/twtxtfile.html#format-specification
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@quite (re: ArchLinux)YYes, what's happening? Usually it's because a central C++ library is being updated, but not these last two times.
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Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme ⌘ http://point-at-infinity.org/ssss/
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@pete If everything else in your life fails, you can always claim: I wrote the #NumPop game. :)
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Oh, I think I meant @webi in my last post…
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@pete, @mdom: There's also https://testssl.sh/ — a shell script that runs locally and checks your TLS. Works for other protocols than HTTPS, too.
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And after a reboot #pacman segfaults. Let the fun begin! #ArchLinux
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Hm…, #ArchLinux wants to upgrade wankload of files from x.y.z-1 to x.y.z-2.
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NNCP (Node to Node copy): A collection of utilities simplifying secure store-and-forward files and mail exchanging ⌘ http://www.nncpgo.org/
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@freemor (re: Scuttlebutt) If you do, start by installing just Patchwork. It's such a resource hog (CPU, RAM, disk), but it will show you what to expect. If you like the game you, can switch to e....
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Hey guys, please meet @pete (a.k.a. Mr NumPop). Make sure you try his addictive little game at https://petedeas.co.uk/numpop.html (and don't let you fool by its apparent simplicity — there's more to the game than meet...
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After having used #Scuttlebot for about a week, socalled distributed/federated networks like Diaspora* and Mastodon seem hopelessly centralised.
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FYI: #Scuttlebutt is good for publishing a signed key ledger with the fingerprints of your pubkeys. As a side-channel.
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@durcheinandr I can't remember what #opher client I used back then. The native gopher client? What makes Lynx drive you crazy? | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gopher_(protocol)#Client_software
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JAMstack: Web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and prebuilt Markup ⌘ https://jamstack.org/
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Blackbox: Safely store secrets in Git/Mercurial/Subversion ⌘ https://github.com/StackExchange/blackbox
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@mdom Urgh, yes, I didn't see the price tag before posting. That's definitely out of question. The final price would be appr. twice as much with VAT and import tax if I were to buy it. Darn.
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Has anyone tried a Twiddler mobile keyboard? Does it work well? http://twiddler.tekgear.com/
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@nristen (re: We Are Twtxt) Done! :)
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@webi (re: buku / politeness) Yeah, I opened a ticket but it was closed immediately without discussion because the author didn't see what I saw.
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Formula pot ⌘ http://formulapot.com/
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@mdom (re: The Interpreter) Long, but worthwhile read. I think I've read it before, but re-reading it was good. Amazing stuff!
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@mdom I guess that's the cost of wanting to verify streams.
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@mdom … I'd rather see a metadata link to the signature. The signature itself could be a GPG signed file with e.g. the SHA512 has of the twtxt file.
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@mdom The metadata looks fine. I'm still opposed to the signature, though. If poeple start using non-timestamped, non-commented lines for other purposes, we will slowly but surely move away from KISS …
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@nristen Can I add you to [We Are Twtxt](https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt)?
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@mdom Test post_receive_tweet_hook ;)
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A proposal for proquints: identifiers that are readable, spellable, and pronounceable (2009) ⌘ https://arxiv.org/html/0901.4016
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#DNS Certification Authority Authorization (#CAA) Resource Record (RFC 6844) ⌘ https://tools.ietf.org/rfc/rfc6844.txt
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Vienna Teng – Love Turns 40 ⌘ https://youtu.be/kl9FtdUvpjw
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Jeez, my ISP has been on and off (mostly off) for nearly 24 hours now. I can't wait to read their post mortem once they're up again.
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Vanity generator for #Scuttlebuthttps://github.com/kseistrup/scuttles (or ssb://%Lv1t04W0ojtbUBta2qocg1vIkd/udMAu4FCL0cHOBzA=.sha256)
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@mdom (re: @mention) Haha! :)
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Dixit @ezdiy: “SSB is *not*, by design, a publicly addressable network, contrary to to most contemporary P2P. That's the key novelty of it – that you can refer only to your relative neighborhood.” #Scuttlebutt
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@mdom (re: #Scuttlebutt) Done!
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@tx It's cows all the way down!
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git-ssb works like a charm :) #scuttlebot
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#Scuttlebot is more or less what #Twister trie(d|s) to be. Sans the blockchain and the mining.
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Missing link to previous post ⌘ https://github.com/clehner/git-ssb
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Scuttlebutt Handbook ⌘ https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ #SSB
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FYI: Patchbay seem to be easier on the resources than Patchwork ⌘ https://github.com/ssbc/patchbay/ #Scuttlebot
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@mdom Yes, we are already distributing twtxt over HTTP/S. DAT would just be another protocol (and another server to run). Which is ok, but we don't gain anything per se.
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@mdom Scuttlebot doesn't need a central server. You can add peers manually, if you want. If my SSB wants to exchange info with yours, they can do so without a middleman (but we need to be able to exchange connect...
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@mdom I guess DAT and IPFS are more alike. Scuttlebot is a different creature.
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@mdom Scuttlebot is append-only: you cannot delete. Also, Scuttlebot doesn't use DHT. Nothing is centralized. Updates are fetched/shared automatically. And you can have private/encrypted sharing/messaging.
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Here's a #twtxt file in a #DAT archive: https://datproject.org/dat/43fd183dbe58ef4bd5d6735c8d07786accb0631b453045a5bcc3442d61483f2f | AKA dat://43fd183dbe58ef4bd5d6735c8d07786accb0631b453045a5bcc3442d61483f2f
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… I don't see how it could be helpful if people started offering their #twtxt file over #DAT — that would just be another protocol, it wouldn't really make it more decentralized than it already is.
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DAT first impressions: DAT could be useful for distributing a directory with one or more files (i.e., a ‘DAT archive’), but …
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DAT has a “DHT bootstrap server” so it's not entirely decentralized, the way e.g. Scuttlebot is. ⌘ https://docs.datproject.org/how-dat-works
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The DAT help say “dat pull . . . update from remote archive & exit”. It does update, but doesn't exit. Perhaps DAT can be useful, but so far I'm cursing a lot.
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The dat-desktop thing (from ‘Download for Linux’) is not happy: “zenity, kdialog, Xdialog missing. Skipping /tmp/.mount_5tdclq/AppRun.” On to the node.js installation… #DAT
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@quite I'm glad you liked Nyboma! The music is typically Congolese and very popular in the entire region.
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Welcome, @darthlukan — can we add you to [We Are Twtxt](https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt)? /cc @we_are_twtxt
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@mdom (re: DAT) I haven't, but it does. I will look at it later.
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Nyboma double-double ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1Xu2oFlKY4
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Nyboma double-double ⌘ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1Xu2oFlKY4
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Share the Seeds ⌘ http://sharetheseeds.me/
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Apart from the relatively high CPU usage (and being written in node.js), #ScuttleBot is actually quite cool. I wish there was a suitable Python module.
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@freemor (re: Dat) Thanks!
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@freemor What's Dat?
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@freemor I was wondering the same thing. JS and Go. Must be all the young hipster-devs.
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Beaker is an experimental browser with builtin hosting and peer-to-peer web protocols ⌘ https://beakerbrowser.com/
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FYI: It seems the #ScuttleBot #Patchwork is a tad less hard on the CPU once it's run for a few hours and discovered other peers and downloaded their blocks. Compared to, say, ZeroNet it still appears somewhat aggressive, though. I like the #P2P aspect!
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Someone built a decentralized SoundCloud thingy on top of #ScuttleButthttps://github.com/mmckegg/ferment
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@tx You're right, it would be sweet with a mobile client. I think ScuttleButt isn't for me in its current state, but I'll keep an eye on it. It looks interesting and has potential.
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@skingrapher (re: Mr. Robot) LOL! :D
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#ScuttleButt is quite CPU intensive, methinks.
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@tx OK, found out. Am following you now.
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@tx (Re: #ScuttleButt) Now I know what went wrong: I got the impression that I had to run the sbot server AND and client. Seems the server is built into the Patchwork client.
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@tx I'm @dbqlwh9gtr3i5ymogtioktgnvepeu+nyb6KGl1vtOcM=.ed25519 What do I do with your ID?
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@tx (re: #gitly) Even a single binary has to be installed somehow — it doesn't appear by itself, unbidden.
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@skingrapher I don't understand how “You can run #gitly on your own server” rhymes with “It requires no installation”.
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@tx I installed scuttlebot and patchwork, I have an identity and I am connecting to 3 ssb-servers. Yet nothing happens. I can't say #ScuttleButt has been a success so far…
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(Re: Mastodon) I would like to see something fully decentralized — like ZeroNet, but without all the javascript.
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(Re: Mastodon) I would like to see something fully decentralized — like ZeroNet, but without all the javascript.
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How come #Mastodon is being hyped these days? And how come #RetroShare is somewhat unknown? #SoMe
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@freemor: :) or we could use uuencoding ;)
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@freemor Wbxrf, evqqyrf, gi frevrf, …
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@tx Gung'f svar jvgu zr. Rkprcg, creuncf, n znexre jvgu or nccebcevngr?
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Test
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Just added ’stampit’ to the old ’timestamp’ util ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/timestamp — it could prove useful as a lean post-only #twtxt client.
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@tx (re: microquest) oh, there's a screencast now :)
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@tx How does #microquest work?
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Adding µs
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“Il semble que la perfection soit atteinte non quand il n’y a plus rien à ajouter, mais quand il n’y a plus rien à retrancher.” —Antoine de Saint Exupéry
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@mdom (re: fragments) Then I think the original datetime should be used as a fragment. First and foremost because in HTML the fragment should be identical to the anchor, and secondly because it will allow humans ...
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Beej's Guide to Unix #IPChttps://beej.us/guide/bgipc/
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@mdom The thing is: By the time a twtxt client want to use fragments, the original timestamp may long have been converted to UTC for easier sorting of all lines. And, re fragments, is ‘:’ URL safe?
[6.7 months ago]
@webi Thanks, now following you on ZeroMe. :)
[6.7 months ago]
@webi What's your username on ZeroNet?
[6.7 months ago]
@mdom (re: fragments) Sounds ok to me (I'm not sure wheter I will use it, though). I haven't looked up the fragments specs — isn't it possible to use the original timestamp (seconds since epoch is probably better...
[6.8 months ago]
@webi You've been added to We Are Twtxt. The @we_are_twtxt bot should pick it up within the next couple of hours and announce it.
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RT @webi […] Perspectives Project (https://perspectives-project.org/) […]
[6.8 months ago]
@tx Every time I see a speech synthesis program these days I can't help thinking about Amiga's ditto 30 years ago!
[6.8 months ago]
Welcome to #twtxt, @webi! Can I add you to [We Are Twtxt](https://github.com/mdom/we-are-twtxt)?
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Roswell — #lisp installer and launcher ⌘ https://github.com/roswell/roswell
[6.8 months ago]
Articulate Common #Lisphttp://articulate-lisp.com/
[6.8 months ago]
@dave Cool! I think I've got a C version somewhere if you need something faster.
[6.8 months ago]
It's after twenty to six ⌘ https://github.com/kseistrup/qtime
[6.9 months ago]
@durcheinandr Sigh, yes. I'd rather have DST all year (or no DST at all) than timewarping twice a year.
[6.9 months ago]
DST again… :(
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@skingrapher That's fine, I just wrote a KISS script that unshortens ‘any’ shortened URL by requesting a HEAD and printing the value of ‘Location’ in the answer. Problem solved. :)
[6.9 months ago]
@skingrapher Is there a way to ‘decode’ frama.link URLs (e.g., like adding a ‘+’ to the shortened URL)? I never click on shortened URLs floating around.
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@benaiah cool! :)
[7.0 months ago]
Hey 67.189.70.235 and 76.115.58.104, please teach node-fetch about If-None-Match/If-Modified-Since! Please also consider if it really is that important to fetch each #twtxt file 3-4 times per minute.