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[3 days ago]
Last bit for CB base station ordered.. Soon I'll be 10-8, 10-10, on the side.
[9 days ago]
@tux0r Yeah, My XMPP server was retired last year due to too little use to make the up keep seem worthwhile. Replaced by Tox.
[13 days ago]
Getting close to having my CB Base and Mobile all ready to go. Soon there be some retro AM/LSB/USB fun.
[3 weeks ago]
There are 10 kinds of people in the world. Those that understand binary, and those that don't
[4 weeks ago]
@von That sucks! sorry to hear that happened. You'll just have to wire a 200,000V voltage ladder to the case of the next one. (not really but it would be fun if it weren't illegal)
[5 weeks ago]
Bookmarking for future reference ('cause good info on this is hard to find): https://www.seanet.com/~karllunt/sdlocker2.html
[1.2 months ago]
I've started switching jobs with ctrl-z. It official I live in VT land.
[1.6 months ago]
Just learned about: https://www.antiprism.ca - Looks like a potentially interesting Project.
[1.6 months ago]
@von re:nexxo All I get in my text based browser is a bunch promotional buzz word speak. Tells me nothing I need to know (how it works? privacy policy? E2E?). The poor design of the site and the lack of clear meaning...
[1.7 months ago]
Got i2p-bote running. \o/ another privacy win!
[1.7 months ago]
and this is why humans and the enviroment are doomed: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1447175
[1.8 months ago]
@kas Re: NGI Great idea but that sites makes my brain hurt with all the promotional speak and the total lack of whitepaper/RFC/Etc. type documentation. I'll keep an eye on it tho.
[1.9 months ago]
@von I feel ya re: "Need to finish that...", I have a "Why CLI" blog entry thats been hanging in the wings for far too long.
[2.0 months ago]
@bt_tenk Welcome to #Twtxt
[2.1 months ago]
@von RE: crawl SS. Keep at it. It is a challenging but rather rewarding game.
[2.2 months ago]
@metamurks Thanks for mentioning #Gnubee hadn't heard of them before.
[2.3 months ago]
Hmmm... looking at my logs it looks like the current spam storm is designed to bypass standard greylisting techniques. Luckily I don't use those. But stll, It's gonna be no fun for those that are.
[2.4 months ago]
@von My point was more that if they were to freak out about sniffing the they are doing their OpSec wrong. Sniffing is trivial (very low bar). Passive sniffing is invisible (no way to detect). A networks sensitive d...
[2.4 months ago]
@von 'Not connected to anything' is one of the sweetest ways to packet sniff. At least if you have a proper WiFi chipset that still supports monitor mode.
[2.4 months ago]
@von Just edit the UI and SSID to 'Kitten Box'. No-one ever worries about a kitten box.
[2.4 months ago]
Even active packet sniffing (ARP poisoning/etc) is pretty dead easy too. But that SHOULD light the machine doing it up like a christmas tree down in the IT department.
[2.4 months ago]
@von I hope it doesn't cause you any grief. Because, seriously, any Linux maching running tcpdump is a packet sniffer. Passive packet sniffing is really trivial.
[2.6 months ago]
@von congrats on the new domain.
[2.7 months ago]
@metamurks Oh What have they done to Solderng irons.. It boesn't need to be that complex :/ A SPST and a potentiometer are about as fancy as it needs to get.
[2.8 months ago]
@kas I fell in love with ssh tunnels years ago. Who needs a VPN when you got SSH.
[2.8 months ago]
welcome to #twtxt @dryusdan
[2.9 months ago]
@metamurks ...and you too.. and everyone else. May 2019 be a fantastic year for all twtxt'ers
[3.1 months ago]
After becoming increasingly distrustful of keybase (way, way too many remote libs pulled during build. way to huge for what it does, way too resource hungry) Finding Google Firebase analytics (spyware) in the android client was the last straw. My keyba...
[3.1 months ago]
@von first party yea! Second part hopefully Yea! as well.
[3.3 months ago]
@von re: intercepted API request... Hacking is always fun. :)
[3.3 months ago]
Wow! spam attempts are way, way up in the last 24H. Christmas push I guess.
[3.4 months ago]
I definitely consider Hawkpost as a hidden gem.
[3.4 months ago]
@von Glad you found it. For those of us that like Encrypted mail it removes the complaint of others that setting up encryption at their end is too hard.
[3.5 months ago]
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[3.7 months ago]
@von Naaaw, it's nice to see a bit more action here on #twtxt
[3.7 months ago]
@von Ah... mastodon bot. I was thinking something more generic bot wise :)
[3.7 months ago]
@von Nice article on twtxt. :) What was your bot up to that warrented a complaint? Are you aware of txtnish and other twtxt clients?
[3.7 months ago]
Always fun teasing apart a virus that someone tried to spam me with. Sometimes interesting, often meh. But almost always fairly low detection rates on Virustotal.
[3.8 months ago]
@von cynlvat5jvgu8pbqrf3vf1nyjnlf8sha.
[3.8 months ago]
@von Fun execrise, thanks
[3.8 months ago]
[4.1 months ago]
Sorry about the mess.. now fixed
[4.1 months ago]
@metamurks I too am licenseless. Know What you mean about feeling like an outcast at times. Why "wont to the license in the future"?
[4.2 months ago]
... phone # as identifier is a horrible idea from both a privacy and security standpoint. Especially with SIM Swapping becoming a major issue for SMS 2FA.
[4.2 months ago]
... It would also slow down any malicious hacker that got ahold of the database. I'll avoid that program like the plague just because it uses phone #s. Same reason I've never played with #KonTalk.
[4.2 months ago]
@kas Advantage of hashing the phone # (especially with something strong like PBKDF2) Would be that people feel more comfortable that this wasn't just a way to collect a ton of phone #s
[4.4 months ago]
@reednj Yes, there is a core group of dedicated #twtxt'ers
[4.4 months ago]
@kas Thanks for the heads up on those Ted talks.. Look interesting, will definitely have to give them a gander.
[4.7 months ago]
@skingrapher can someone cross compile them for you on a newer machine and ship you the binaries
[4.8 months ago]
@skingrapher you might also like BlazeBlogger: http://blaze.blackened.cz/
[5.2 months ago]
@tx I care... but nodoby listens. It's not just people, I can't tell you how many website force me to pull tons of JS just to look at a text article.
[5.2 months ago]
My concern was more for "average users" (what ever that is) Who would have a cam and be unaware that From: is meaningless
[5.2 months ago]
@mdosch Yep, I'm in the same boat. Laptop doesn't even have a webcam, I'm not on any social media accounts (that they clain to hav stolem contacts from) etc.
[5.3 months ago]
Sextortion spammers are taking a new tact. Remind your friends and aquaintances that the From: header is entirely spoofable and proves nothing.
[5.6 months ago]
So I remember it: bsdtar -xf some.pkg.tar.xz -C / --ignore='.*' - To manually install a Parabola/Archlinux package.
[5.7 months ago]
@tux0r What? ew! No. vi is the standard text editor. :)
[5.9 months ago]
I have my ssh server available on several ports just for such situations
[5.9 months ago]
@kas Did more digging after your response Seems to have something to do with the cipher suite. If I go bare bones FF based browser it works. anything with hardened prefs seems to fail.
[5.9 months ago]
Shocker! <scarcasm> The gig economy is bad for people and society: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1381001
[5.9 months ago]
Actually make that a screen of JS with a thin HTML wrapper. Sorry, if they can't even make a site that drops to plain HTML (even if just to say turn on JS) I am not trusting their security creds.
[5.9 months ago]
@kas Re: email security grader.. xlink -> invalid cert (can't load), ok try w3m -> invalid cert. Ok proceed anyway -> screen of raw HTML. I'm gonna trust these guys to tell me if my email is secure?
[6.1 months ago]
[6.2 months ago]
... But then I hark back to the days where you could look over and seee the status of CPU registers by the blinkin lights
[6.2 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> UltraBright leds == No, Blinkin lights == Yes!. Can't tell you how much the current trend of laptops with 0 status leds bothers me.
[6.3 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> One of the reasons I've given up on smart phones. They are becoming increasingly hostile to rooting and custom firmware with each ittteration.
[6.4 months ago]
@kas Woohoo! then my website is way ahead of the curve.. (agreed he must be young.)
[6.5 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> I don't think many fallow that any more.. I think most cap it at about 1024 now.
[6.8 months ago]
As Fiber is coming online the async side of things is disappearing or at least becoming a lot less noticable.
[6.8 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> I agree about ISPs but for different reasons. Port Forwarding is Trivial, so I don't see NAT as a big issue. But ISPs used to offer much more, personal webspace, e-mail accounts on servers that they ran, usenet acce...
[6.8 months ago]
@<sdk gopher://codevoid.de/0/tw.txt> well said.
[6.8 months ago]
People need to wake up to the fact that barring hostile firewalls, every computer on the Internet can be a (git|ssh|http|smtp|ftp|murmur|xmpp|rsync|ldap|imap|pop|...) server.
[6.8 months ago]
Also trying to make the "web" completely P2P just wont scale and would be terribly hostile to people with limited bandwidth. Education is what is needed...
[6.8 months ago]
@enkiv2 The "web" is already decentralized. Peoples use of it is not. It is trivial to set up an HTTP server. people just don't do it.
[6.8 months ago]
@nblade I thought Everyone groked what a kludge was. :)
[7.0 months ago]
@tx A browser is a UserAgent. It should serve the needs of the User and No one else. Any browser that doesn't allow me to protect my privacy OOTB is IMHO a betrayal of the user.
[7.0 months ago]
@kas Re: Dweb - JS, WebRTC, P2P.. G'aaaa! It seems like a lot of wasted cycles/bandwidth/etc Just to save users from having to forward ports 80 and 443 (or any port for that matter if they know hot to :<port>)
[7.0 months ago]
@metamurks Kermit... there a program I not heard since.... <In my best Obi'Wan Voice>
[7.0 months ago]
@71m Welcome back to the Mutt crowd :)
[7.1 months ago]
@mdosch @tux0r I couldn't live without vi/vim. Its always one of my first installs on a new system. For me "Using vim is a lifestyle" :)
[7.1 months ago]
Still here, just busy with people visiting and such.
[7.9 months ago]
The ACLU is doing some clever and highly effective work: https://arstechnica.com/?p=1349637 Way to go!
[8.0 months ago]
@skingrapher or you could join the fun over on #Parabola
[8.0 months ago]
@metamurks odd I do the JS/CF thing in Surf often as it is my main GUI browser
[8.0 months ago]
@metamurks Depending on your method of blocking JS. You can re-enable JS right before hitting the "submit" button for the token. (provided your re-enable JS doesn't reload the page... sadly some do)
[8.0 months ago]
@metamurks I see that on a just a couple of sites usuallt for me it's uBlock Origin blocking something needed from the origional site.
[8.0 months ago]
@metamurks Fun Fact, if you disable JS for the CF Captchas they are much less annoying.
[8.0 months ago]
@kas the whynohttps.com folks don't seem to understand whynocloudflare :/
[8.0 months ago]
@skingrapher I switched my Parabola installs to OpenRc and Love it. I've never been against systemd, But being on OpenRC just feels cleaner.
[8.1 months ago]
P2P and blockchain are both interesting and useful technologies but in many cases they do not scale well and both are prone to being bandwidth heavy.
[8.1 months ago]
@metamurks the gerenal consenses is thaaat IPFS is not ready for prime time. And IMHO it may never be
[8.2 months ago]
@nblade Don't knbow but both accounts were SDF accounts. so..... ???
[8.2 months ago]
the same thing happened for my pkill9 entry but don't know the correct URL or if pkill9 is even still about
[8.2 months ago]
nblade's correct follow info is: nblade http://nblade.sdf.org/twtxt/twtxt.txt
[8.2 months ago]
somehow my following url for nblade got truncated to just sdf.org... fixed now.. others may want to check.
[8.2 months ago]
And far far too many services are secure (e2e encrypted) but not anonymous. Governments often care more about patterns of association then they do content
[8.2 months ago]
Hmmm.. Is the whole "going dark / need backdoors" thing an intentional distraction from awareness about the need for anonymity. I so rarely hear people taking about the importance on anonymity.
[8.2 months ago]
@71m Nice Blog post. Thanks for shareing it.
[8.3 months ago]
Hmm.. but I do lie about the useragent (because of other STUPID sites that refuse to talk to "Not A new enough browser"). So maybe not just check the useragent.
[8.3 months ago]
Seriously How hard is it to look at useragent. Send text only, no JS version of site.
[8.3 months ago]
And while I'm at it. Cloudflare, Get off you collective asses and make your challenges work in text only browsers or get the hell out of my way.
[8.3 months ago]
Hmm.. Seems that for me God's biggest dick move was creating CloudFlare.
[8.4 months ago]
WB @tx
[8.4 months ago]
Wohoo it works
[8.4 months ago]
Testing my auto commit and push of my twtxt file (because backups are a good thing)
[8.4 months ago]
@kas mano sounds interesting but 0 links to any software (at least with a txt browser.. I'll check with a js thinggy)
[8.5 months ago]
'Cause you shouldn't need Firefox to run a text based browser.
[8.5 months ago]
I take it back after looking into if further Brow.sh is a hideous hack that deserves a quick death.
[8.5 months ago]
interesting.... https://www.brow.sh/ -- but nodejs <sigh> I don't want no F'n nodejs
[8.5 months ago]
wttr.in is working ok here. at least right now. I'll watch as the day goes on
[8.6 months ago]
wow! turn my back for 5 minutes and it gets busy in here. :)
[8.7 months ago]
@tux0r it sounds like you were thinking the Linux Foundation was something more like the Softwae freedom Conservancy https://sfconservancy.org/
[8.7 months ago]
@tux0r Software freedom and open source are two completely separate but related things. Nowhere in it's mission statement does the Linux foundation make mention of Software freedom. They are basically about... "let...
[9.1 months ago]
Just so I have the links for later: https://carcoa.ca - #yummy
[9.1 months ago]
Server is back online
[9.2 months ago]
@dave Wow, that is some highly readable code. Warms my heart to see it.. And Comments galore Nice. This is the way I was taught to code. Glad to see it isn't dead.
[9.2 months ago]
@dave I still use abook. But I'll definitely take a look.
[9.2 months ago]
[9.2 months ago]
Oppps fixed thois two URL so they work now.
[9.2 months ago]
Or the list of Blocked IP's http://freemor.ca/~freemor/DisDis.txt
[9.2 months ago]
@mdosch re:404's Yep that and a lot more. I have a script that blocks IP's doing malicious stuff. You can see the breakdown by country http://freemor.ca/~freemor/Dis_blocked.txt
[9.2 months ago]
Hardcoded passwords aare bad enough, hanging on to them for 'Compatibility' is just Tragic. https://isc.sans.edu/diary/rss/23774
[9.2 months ago]
Hmm.. isteresting court decision.. Could have far reaching ramifications. https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/upload/docs/application/pdf/2018-06/cp180081en.pdf
[9.3 months ago]
Since I moved my httpd to 80/443, Oh so many bots scanning. Had a bit of fun Picking apart and tracking down a Satori attempt (apparently Satori has gone full Worm recently)
[9.3 months ago]
The "I'm still here... just busy." tweet so people don't think I fell off the Net.
[9.6 months ago]
@skingrapher I thought the mantra was: Never #GAFAM, #GAFAM never. I've been managing to avoid most of them (Amazon is the sticking point when you a rural) quite well.
[9.7 months ago]
Love Errors like this: "warning: The echo canceller started acting funny and got slapped (reset). It swears it will behave now."
[9.7 months ago]
@71m Welcome to the #twtxt community.
[9.7 months ago]
@kas Thanks for posting the Rockweed atricle. Interesting read. Especially for a east coast Techie like me.
[9.8 months ago]
@mdosch @skingrapher Might be fixed now... forgot to update the metadata in my twtxt.txt file
[9.8 months ago]
@mdosch you and skingrapher both. (Re: falling back). Re: mpv - now that I know -vo drm will play on the framebuffer I probably will for things I don't want to keep.
[9.8 months ago]
@skingrapher perhaps manually edit the following file to make sure all references to the old URL are gone?
[9.8 months ago]
@kas not as far as I know but @skingrapher txtnish keeps picking up the old URL from someplace and sticking it back in his following file.
[9.9 months ago]
@skingrapher Weird.. I just checked #we-are-twtxt and it has the new URL so it's not getting the old one from there .. My txtnish is set to the new on in the config... hmmmm
[9.9 months ago]
@mdosch thanks for the note about Subs. I live on the CLI and thus watch such things with youtube-dl. I add the right options and grabbed the subs.
[9.9 months ago]
@skingrapher perhpas you have to unfollow to clear the old URL then re-follow?
[10.0 months ago]
Interesting stuff. Font Steganography: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~cxz/publications/fontcode.pdf
[10.0 months ago]
@mdosch Thanks for posting the video it demonstrates it rather well.. just wish there was an english version for my less polyglot friends
[10.1 months ago]
Hot off the presses.. Gory new threat out there for some routers. All the Tech Details so far: https://blog.talosintelligence.com/2018/05/VPNFilter.html
[10.1 months ago]
Anyone wishing to update my feed is now available at https://freemor.homelinux.net/~freemor/twtxt.txt via TLS
[10.3 months ago]
[10.3 months ago]
@mdosch I agree on EFFail they are being way too heavy handed especially since the instant messengers they suggest as alternatives alos have issues: https://ivan.barreraoro.com.ar/signal-desktop-html-tag-injection/advisor...
[10.4 months ago]
As I suspected mostly a client side issue, and mutt comes through with Flying colors. We Told 'em years ago html in email == evil
[10.4 months ago]
[10.4 months ago]
I suspect mutt is safe :) but we will see tomorrow
[10.4 months ago]
that would explain why both s/mime and GPG. the common thread is the client and strong mention was made to "auto decrypting" clients
[10.4 months ago]
From the limited descriptions I can find it sounds much more like a client issue in mail clients that auto decrypt. I'm suspecting JS foolishness that will send the plaintext or private key back to Eve
[10.5 months ago]
Coffee - check. Snack - Check. Tunes - Check. MID - booted and ready. looks like it's hacking time.
[10.6 months ago]
today I learned about the --fake-super option on #Rsync. Now my rsync back-up of my server properly maintains ownership information of files
[10.7 months ago]
Decided to make ARM binaries for #keybase available since I'm building them for myself regularly. They are at: https://keybase.pub/freemor/ARM_Binaries
[10.7 months ago]
Hmmm.. although.. maybe they'd mail me free SD cards.... Hmmmmm
[10.7 months ago]
/me starts working feverishly on a No AOL PR to be applied immediatly post revert
[10.7 months ago]
On the down side It'd probably resurect AOL ( O.O Nooooooooo!!! )
[10.7 months ago]
@mdosch Half the fun would be watching the madness that ensued as people went into FB and Snapchat withdrawl.
[10.7 months ago]
perhaps we should just git revert the internet back a commit prior to web 2.0/ajax/etc silliness.
[10.7 months ago]
@skingrapher @kas with sites like that it's not surprising that there is a resurgence of Gopher.
[10.8 months ago]
@kas re: whatif... a site totally non-viewable without JS, that spells loose wrong and that only seems to have 3 services. For something that is clearly an important conversation, Could be better.
[11.0 months ago]
re: Blloc - "You need to enable JavaScript to run this app" - Their website does not inspire confidence.
[11.1 months ago]
@mdosch Ment Mastodon.. Was dashing out the door so Typed the wrong thing. Re: limit, mine is set to 1024.
[11.1 months ago]
@mdosch the server.gkdrk.com people are from a Matrix -> twtxt bridge I do not thingk the bridge works both ways so mostly just annoying
[11.1 months ago]
@mdosch re: Noise.. No Worries I went through the same phse when I built an XMPP-> Twtxt bridge :)
[11.2 months ago]
@kas Reform DIY looks interesting hope the price comes in at a good range.
[11.3 months ago]
@skingrapher re: 1999 LOL... But on the other hand it looks great in xlinks -g :)
[11.3 months ago]
purged the confusing Mastodon bridge people. At least until I see that the bridge goes both ways. not just Dumps Mastodon streams here.
[11.3 months ago]
@karen Congrats!
[11.3 months ago]
Not sure who all these server.gkbrk.com people are but welcome!
[11.5 months ago]
The mirror of my feed on Keybase will not get updated anymore. I'm walking back my use of Keybase
[11.5 months ago]
@leo working on building or working on, using?
[11.5 months ago]
That feeling you get when you are controlling 4 computer at once and moving massive amounts of data all from the CLI. Thats my today.
[11.5 months ago]
Well #Ricochet (https://ricochet.im) built and ran painlessly on my #Parabola system (From AUR). Now I just need someone to test it with.
[11.5 months ago]
I've also been becoming disenchanted with #keybase (centralized, sucks storage, more and more libraries etc in the mix which == harder to secure, etc) But it's still really good for secure chat with non-technical people.
[11.5 months ago]
Hmmm.. actually talkd over .onion or I2P would actually be pretty secure. .onion probably better for mabile as I2P can suck bandwidth.
[11.5 months ago]
... I'd prefer to avoid the whole DHT thing as that is usually where the bandwidth/battery drian lives. Perhaps a mobile/cli/?? version of #richocet which uses .onion to solve a lot of this
[11.5 months ago]
@kas I've been mulling the the whole serverless E2E IM thing. (trying to keep in mind non tech savvy users) and the problem keeps coming down to rendevouz for NAT'd/Gateway'd clients.
[11.5 months ago]
@kas I looked at Rumble too but figured I'd have the same issue as I'm quite rural and not in a very tech savvy place.
[11.6 months ago]
@demifiend and Welcom aboard
[11.6 months ago]
@demifiend So, William Shatner trolling you on the Internet is a problem then? :)
[11.6 months ago]
On the other hand #Tox is looking pretty good tried both #qTox and #Toxic clients
[11.6 months ago]
Tried #Matrix again.. and I still do not see the appeal. In fact it seems laggier and buggier then last time I looked (2 yrs ago). Definitely not for me.
[11.6 months ago]
@pete That is really interestin #WFC thanks for the link
[11.6 months ago]
@robbinaer Cute re: windows.. :)
[11.7 months ago]
@mdosch I'll take a look at me twtxt files to see if anything is hinky.. but the are working here... hmmm
[11.9 months ago]
@kas git-dit definitely looks interesting. Might be nice if that caught on
[11.9 months ago]
@mdosch Congrats on getting the XMPP bot working. I did something similar when I first got on #twtxt (using an event script in mcabber)
[1.0 year ago]
@robbinaer Interesting idea but its prediacted on the fact that 1.) BF exists and is capable 2.) BF has the same set up as you
[1.0 year ago]
@kas just had the time to watch: The Codes of Gender (2010) ■ https://youtu.be/Zxxvr0ex8MI - Excellent! Thanks of posting it.
[1.1 years ago]
I've used hawkpost for a while now. Very useful for friends that can't/wont set up GPG
[1.1 years ago]
Just added a https://hawkpost.co link on my contact page. Let's see how this goes.
[1.1 years ago]
I'm lurking even when I'm not actively posting.
[1.1 years ago]
@c0by yep me too
[1.1 years ago]
@pkill9 with fbgs or fbpdf. fbpdf seem to to a better job but I haven't used either overly much yet.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas yes indeed it would.. let me change that.
[1.1 years ago]
@quite lol :) Naw if I had my way all GUIs would be the option of last resort instead of the defacto default. But was referring to finding useful framebuffer options.
[1.1 years ago]
There. That is a little better. of course all of this is open for input (date format, flag format, etc)
[1.1 years ago]
Hmmm.. guess it should have a field for when it was last checked. I'll stick that in the optional metadata :) let me go do that.
[1.1 years ago]
it's the flag of wether the last check of the url 404'd (true if 404'd) so dead links can be removed if they fail 2 consecutive times (with the checks being something like 3 month apart)
[1.1 years ago]
My twtxt instance now set up with such metadata and sample we-are-twtxt.txt file
[1.1 years ago]
Discoverability suggestion ammeded to include @kas's suggestion about metadata and to change to filename to follow @mdom's existing we-are-twtxt.txt format
[1.1 years ago]
The # of reasons to 'startx' just keeps dropping. PDFs, Vidoes, and images are no longer an issue.
[1.1 years ago]
Fixed I think.. (still haven't had coffee.. I'll give it another look in a bit)
[1.1 years ago]
@kas Thanks for noting that. I was aiming for wearetwt.txt (it was typed late at night. I'll edit it in a bit once I get some coffee in me)
[1.1 years ago]
@mdom would the client then try to pull your timeline from all the URLs? or Default to the bottom most (most recently added) alias?
[1.1 years ago]
@mdom Like the alias idea. Could just insert: . http://new/url.com directly beneath: mdom http://old.url.com
[1.1 years ago]
[1.1 years ago]
(git commit -am "Ammend punctuation in last message for better clarity")
[1.1 years ago]
There. Now kbRead remembers the last time you checked any person/team/channel. very nice.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas Yes, odd indeed it's the same for me even I have to use the keybase:// URL to clone it.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas I doubt it'll work but feel free to try a push
[1.1 years ago]
@kas Thanks. and cool means that I can have semi public Git Repos there (semi public because people would need keybase).
[1.1 years ago]
@kas or other keybasers that are interested, can you try: git clone keybase://public/freemor/pubgit.git and let me know if it works. Trying to see if public git repos are possible. Thnks
[1.1 years ago]
@kas Some of them are still evolving like kbRead. so ya might want to check back in every now and then.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas you can find them in my public keybase folder under Keybase_scripts if you want to take a look.
[1.1 years ago]
@kas I made my own scripts for running/building/etc keybase so mine mounts to ~/keybase
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whoops don't know what happened there.. but fixed now
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time..
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nth
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ack! start writing a "simple script" and I\m
[1.2 years ago]
@tux0r You are going to give me nightmares of filling in '02 filler pic' on bubble cards.
[1.2 years ago]
I find it quite interesting the so many here use pressure cookers (/me does too)
[1.2 years ago]
@robbinaer Totally agree! a tablet is so NOT a laptop. I get grumbly when I have to use a cmputer that is missing some of the extended keys.
[1.2 years ago]
I wonder if ECC with it's much shorter key length would do. I'll have to play some and see.
[1.2 years ago]
@mdom there are some symetric cyphers that dont add too much. I liiked at this ages ago trying to figure out a way to encrypt SMSs without making them huge.
[1.2 years ago]
@leveck Please keep posting WRT your figuring out your daily driver. I love the #BBGW MID I made for myself would be interested to hear where you land.
[1.2 years ago]
@leveck, Thanks for the link and nice write up. re: gnu screen you'll definitely want to modify your .screenrc On my server screen opens up 8 screens on start with all my log watchers etc. All nicely titled and has the se...
[1.2 years ago]
Probably want to have a URL to the public key not the key itself.
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and clients just drop PM:'s that aren't @<client user>
[1.2 years ago]
If we extend that a bit to include a public key the people could: @<person> PM:<text encrypted with <persons> pub key
[1.2 years ago]
My take on all the Meltdown - Spectre vulnerabilities: http://freemor.ca/2018/01/17-what-you-need-to-know-about-meltdown-and-spectre/
[1.2 years ago]
@tomasino It definitely would (blow).. feel better soon.
[1.2 years ago]
then many will auto follow you
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@pkill9 you should see about getting added to #WeAreTwtxt
[1.2 years ago]
@leveck Why BSD over Arch.. Just curious maybe I'm missing out on something. :)
[1.2 years ago]
@pkill9 Sure
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@kas thanks. followed
[1.2 years ago]
@tomasino Toki Pona sounds fun.. I'll take a swing at it.
[1.2 years ago]
Or just not bother.. It's not like a need a tracker/webview/etc. And once git daemon is working people can just clone it if they want a look.
[1.2 years ago]
@nblade Thanks, I'm hposing to have the git daemon thing sorted today.. then I just have to figure out how to wedge stagit into a system with an outdated git (probably will update git.)
[1.2 years ago]
@leveck I used ratpoison for a while but found i3 to be slightly more user firendly.. tho very similar. And Like you.. for things like PDF Etc
[1.2 years ago]
Next thing, getting gitd going and automate stagit got Repos I want public.
[1.2 years ago]
Hazaa! Got SSH/git going on my server. Now my Repos are my own.
[1.2 years ago]
so I have the link some place: http://www.cloudatcost.com/
[1.3 years ago]
@kas... That was Hilarious! thanks for posting the link
[1.3 years ago]
@kas first one yes, Second one no.
[1.3 years ago]
@kas 'Used to know' was agreat way to end the day. Thanks.
[1.3 years ago]
But looks like the wording in the MobileCoin WP was a little unclear leading to my concerns.
[1.3 years ago]
OK.. Lots of details there.. Enough to make my head hurt :) Which is good. I'll have to read it through a few times to be sure I've got it straight
[1.3 years ago]
Now reading the CryptoNote White paper which has more details...
[1.3 years ago]
Sadly their white paper doesn't show how the crypto works in depth.
[1.3 years ago]
@kas Re: MobileCoin. Interesting but Bob calculating the Private key from the Public key seems kinda broken. Usually being able to derive the PrivKey From the PubKey is very very very bad
[1.3 years ago]
@tomasino you can trail jobs with &>/dev/null for jobs you never want to hear from and 1>/dev/null for jobs you just want errors from.