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Moor commented on ulrichard's post: its was actually Charles that did the most, they are both baddies though.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @caryoscelus: >Also, life is fragile, so treasuring the moment is a handy skill to have thanks man, i need to hear stuff like that, my philosophical raison d'être isn't motivating me right know.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: to be honest i need to adapt this philosophy :D if anything in smaller quantities like months, i planned years and consequently pretty much lost these same years, i gained things i didn't know i would but nonetheless none of my plans worked lol
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: idk, tbh i was a lot happier by not being materialistic but life will throw problems at you, i think its reasonable to reflect about your future.
Moor commented on Absolutezer0's post: @Nofish:
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: you know i'm going through a similar predicament, either keep my morals in check or be a little more 'objective' with my future. unfortunately this world does not incentivize or reward such 'lifestyles' (unless you find a way to make a profit from it). everything you do, everything we buy *isn't* moral... i guess you should consider your future, your future needs, that is what i'm trying to do anyways...
Moor commented on Absolutezer0's post: update zeronet.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: i use uTox, though my system haven't crashed so far, i was experiencing a weird audio stutter right at the end of any video playback, either online or offline (vlc, mplayer, etc) like when an app or your system crashes. i know one uses qt and the other uses xlib but they are the same at their core.
Moor commented on P2P's post: @Kaffie: probably, i'm on py3 and got that update.
Moor commented on Lola's post: @Lola: >I would just hope that people would have better appreciation of theirs actions? Let's call it self-censorship. yeah definitely, if anything that is what zeronet needs in the long run.
Moor commented on Lola's post: @Lola: honestly idk, if we go down the rabbit hole it isn't a good idea to just ban anything, we have to constantly fight for our freedom i guess.
Moor commented on Lola's post: to be honest they are only the first to come, soon enough anything non status-quo will be considered hate speech.
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: Check out Ricardo Semler's ted talk (and other talks).
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: @ulrichard: yeah people often cite outdated figures, cherry pick data or generalize. energy payback should be made more popular (its easy to remember) for a given solar panel type, plus it helps marketing. not to mention future prospects in reducing overall production cost.
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: who knew all we had to do was to dedicate resources to it and it would improve very quickly...
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: Actually i was getting a zeronet error message, it was MOAB. but the error message was rather cryptic, i mean it shown that there was a parsing error within the content filter plugin but what if i had 100 filters? at least i can't tell how to find the culprit just with this error message: ``` [2019-08-06 19:01:09,502] ERROR Site:1HeLLo..Tf3D WebSocket handleRequest error: JSONDecodeError: Expecting ',' delimiter: line 204 column 19 (char 6459) in UiWebsocket.py line 85 > UiWebsocket.py line 232 > ContentFilter/ContentFilterPlugin.py line 148 > SiteStorage.py line 327 > __init__.py line 296 > __init__.py line 348 > decoder.py line 337 > decoder.py line 353 {"cmd":"FilterIncludeList","params":{"all_sites":true,"filters":true},"wrapper_nonce":"7819f9c055ddc49814536e15a1f47fc7116bf0365d18179a1dc94bb77a98b459","id":9} ```
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: oh that users list, i see it now :)
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: i'm not sure what you mean by "Users list in the browser".
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: it works fine here.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: caught this on console: ``` SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected ',' or '}' after property value in object at line 204 column 19 of the JSON data[Learn More] all.js:1432:17 Blocklist.prototype.update/</< http://127.0.0.1:43110/Styromaniac.blocklist.bit/js/all.js:1432:17 ZeroFrame.prototype.onMessage http://127.0.0.1:43110/Styromaniac.blocklist.bit/js/all.js:163:18 bind/< http://127.0.0.1:43110/Styromaniac.blocklist.bit/js/all.js:108:56 [Sidebar] startDrag 1222 15 ```
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: @Styromaniac: well there's that but everyone fights for their class interest, the rich are just more successful on it because they have the means.
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Moor commented on Decile's post: :Surprised Pikachu:
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: oh the rich are incredibly socialist.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Brianhanson2nd: oh the cia really did number on all of you huh, Jesus. its usually associated historically with the October revolution, much like may day is usually associated with the International Workers' Day...
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Brianhanson2nd: lol, that is not really the point is it? either way i regret my comment. and if a made a jet sim named "september 11" i would make it impossible to crash into buildings just so people would keep trying to do it :D
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Brianhanson2nd: Ohh, i'm such a dumb-dumb, actually i have a pet project (just a demo game) named "September 11" its a jet sim, no relations, not a PR stunt or anything insidious on my part. and of course my next 2D stick figure animation "1488", its about the 1488th grenade explosion on Sweden, kinda like that movie "number 23" its about numerology.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: not working here.
Moor commented on Tarrot's post: not too bad, how about you?
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Bite: yeah basically Latin. however French pronunciation is a pain in the butt, i just can't do it :S
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Bite: i already know like 2 romance languages, and English is like half Latin based, apart from that ne pas no sense French its *very* similar to Italian, Spanish, Portuguese... but it does require some dedication.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: That is very interesting, it sucks tho when communities begin to split, but that is part of creating something new. i will take a look further but probably just that, i do want to learn a new natlang.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: at least i use all the languages i know, minus programming languages, and i do remember most of them, unfortunately.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @caryoscelus: i also found this about lojban: >With that said, even Lojban has maintained at most several hundred community members, many of which may have only a moderate amount of proficiency and dedication regarding the language. Perhaps more damning, although Lojban is attempting to gain international support, most Lojban materials are either in English, Russian or in Lojban itself, making it more difficult for non-English-speakers to learn the language. Even more more damning, it's difficult to become fluent in a language with no native speakers and no possibility for immersion. Of course, that still didn't stop Klingon. Or Python for that matter.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @caryoscelus: i like both, but its really annoying when the lexicon is all over the place (nihongo), which doesn't let me reuse verbs, nouns, pronouns like latin-based languages do. i was reading about lojban, did it change how you think?
Moor commented on Moor's post: @Tommykakashi: yeah i know, i just got bored with learning them. @caryoscelus: i guess i will try to learn the fun parts at first, whatever i can find, i can't dedicate a lot of time.
Moor commented on Lola's post: very interesting work indeed.
Moor commented on Neuralgirls's post: @Realjohndoe: i don't get the point of them either.
Moor commented on Neuralgirls's post: @Realjohndoe: **or**? are you sure 😂😂😂😂
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: what? a critique is not a refutation.
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: check out [Matthew Ratcliffe](https://york.academia.edu/MatthewRatcliffe) (academia.edu), he published many papers in many fields regarding philosophy and psychology. he criticizes Chalmers and many others related to the field of philosophy of the mind, i can't point to a specific paper because i forgot which lol. i did found a paper criticizing "experience" as seen by Ratcliffe and Chalmers [1](http://www.consciousness.it/Docs/Manzotti%20-%202012%20-%20An%20Externalist%20Approach%20to%20Existential%20Feelings%20Different%20Feelings%20or%20Different%20Objects.pdf) (clearnet). however i'm not familiar with pneumatic ontology and how can it lead to scientific research.
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: well spirituality is not my cup of tea, we need measures, if the spiritual governs anything even if by random change, we should still be able to measure or observe it making *it* a phenomena with physical properties, so.... again, spirituality is not my cup of tea.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: works fine here but my connection is very slow so i can't really test more than a few seconds in several minutes lol.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: yeah FOSS is not magical but necessary i would argue.
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: i don't really know about spiritual ontology but many philosophical inquiries, fields, etc just fell out of the mainstream because there exist now more dominant ones. &nbsp; for instance old philosophical logic models aren't as useful as modern ones. Immanuel Kant demonstrated that inquires using old metaphysics are simply "unworldly", "mystical". &nbsp; qualia is one such concept, its mystical and can't reveal truths about the real world, only abstractions, so it fell out of fashion. &nbsp; although i don't know much about i love reading about philosophy of the mind. concepts such as p-zombies is just stupid (much like the Searle's chinese room) in modern times. we can more now than ever measure things precisely and accurately, it may be difficult but its just a matter of technology.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: FOSS is one way of guaranteeing unwanted 'functionality'.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: so the cost/benefit is only worth for its storage capacity, right?
Moor commented on Realjohndoe's post: @Realjohndoe: i see your worries and i agree partially with some but i can't agree with your generalizations and pedo =/= homosexual. wage war on the perpetrators and not at innocent people trying to live their lives in peace. many will be at your side then.
Moor commented on Realjohndoe's post: @Realjohndoe: as long as a person doesn't hurt others they should do what they want to do, of course inflicting harm to oneself isn't good and they should seek help.
Moor commented on Realjohndoe's post: "(...)the LGBT community has been co-opted by social justice warriors and a lot of I think bad players who are co-opting this movement, calling themselves LGBTQ adding extra letters on top of the acronym and masquerading I think under this umbrella of being a marginalized victimized class when they themselves are the Predators." &nbsp; Spot-on!
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: i agree, it forces us more to think about what we are trying to say.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: i see and i agree. both ideas shouldn't be mutually exclusive, but i do have some remarks: &nbsp; - there is a lot of backups elsewhere already, most accessible through tor. - the clearnet isn't by default a backup paradise, most sites can go down and we may find backups elsewhere. (in fact many of the 3D tutorials, post-production, programming from (back then) popular websites aren't available, even through piracy). - what if my videos never get seen? or only by one or two people while they are in fact available elsewhere? &nbsp; btw these are just some considerations about usability rather than anything else.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: i was thinking about that, which content would incentivize seeding but i think the better idea is to actually incentivize usage rather than seeding. &nbsp; ssdifnskdjfnsdjk is right but that doesn't mean we shouldn't seed such videos, maybe we should seed such videos for a period of time (just a thought). &nbsp; which bring us to how 0net manages seeding, i would like to seed videos with tags such as 'news' immediately and maybe stop seeding after a while to seed other stuff like newer 'news' videos. &nbsp; maybe this could help increase usability and engagement. &nbsp; what you guys/girls think about that?
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: Wouldn't one get used to the water temperature the longer he/she stays?
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: Wait for your diagnoses, try to relax i guess (i'm really bad at giving advices), i hope you get better :)
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: yeah that is desirable, maybe it will happen, maybe not but a parody of 'classical' internet isn't exactly bad, right? reddit is cool, deviantart is cool, discourse is cool...
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: absolutely, hopefully people would flock out to other forums like zerovoat, *shrieks* millchan, etc. nonetheless this would create a demand for more communities and they would likely appear to attend the demand.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: sure and i agree that technology in turn shapes the community who uses it. zerome for instance, is pretty good for what is trying to be right know, which is censorship resistant. however likes/dislikes may be desirable elsewhere.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: i see, we can think about that statistically but i would again press that the type of community is what gives more meaning to likes/dislikes and maybe we can understand by comparison, that is, by doing a 'historical' research. &nbsp; for instance github added reactions because people were commenting and distracting development. everyone knows how reddit works so you can take that in comparison with twitter and facebook. its quite different. gaming forums are very ~~toxic~~ 'vocal', bad comments, good comments, doesn't matter they are there. diaspora, mastodon are just anarchy. &nbsp; twitter, facebook and youtube are moved by profit, so they increase engagement as much as possible, they go like so: social -> profit -> social. &nbsp; zerome (right now) is a decentralized experiment of sorts, not profit motive for social engagement. &nbsp; what i'm getting at is that it doesn't really matter having likes/dislikes but what is the objective of the social network/forum? &nbsp; i know i've gone off on a tangent but its seems that this is the bigger picture.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: >By proportionally i meant that proportion of negative to positive comments will be higher than in a system with either both likes&dislikes or none i see, i thought you are talking about the ratio of dislikes/negative comments. were you? about idiotic statements, i get what you are saying but how does that relate to likes/dislikes?
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: huh maybe, but i think it depends much more on the environment. i think likes and dislikes disincentivize engagement depending on the type of community. however i don't think being able to dislike is going to make a person simple click on dislike instead of saying what they want to say, i can only speak for myself. so maybe, but not proportionally.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: sounds like fun, i need to do something like that too ;)
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: oh well, i think a lot of people do too. but everything is so plentiful, there is a lot to enjoy i guess.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: probably unhealthy, but can you ignore that looming feeling of wanting more (something like that) ? idk about you but i know that i've surrendered to it every single time.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: i think i feared (still do i guess) - being one person, like one personality - to be accepted in one group but not in others no matter how different these other groups are. its silly but i would like to get the most out of everything, to experience different things as much as possible. so i don't even know half of the time if i'm lying to myself or if its common behavior for me to just change traits of my personality based on a particular situation. i don't even know what to make out of that.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: I should have done the same by now lol.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: http://tracker2.itzmx.com and http://retracker.mgts.by work sometimes. udp://tracker.port443.xyz looks inactive.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: http://tracker2.itzmx.com Announced (52% success) http://retracker.mgts.by Error (42% success) udp://tracker.port443.xyz Error (0% success) not sure if they are the same, i can't find a way to get their ip addresses.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: talking about our issues can be helpful from time to time.
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: @Rva: bluehub, kaffiehub, etc are only hubs but also a zite nonetheless, which may be confusing, but they aren't useful as a zite. >Not sure if that's all I needed to do. that's all you need to do, add other hubs.
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: @Rva: you only publish your content on one hub, if you want to see/publish on other hubs you must also connect to them.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: No, functionality, just go to Files on zerohello and try to search a file by name.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: >On the other hand, "many" people are interested in anything, it's just the matter of making them aware of that ;) Or, in other words, matter of finding them very good point. >I'd be happy to make sub translation (much easier language, usually), but i don't find promoting copyrighted works a good thing totally agree, i mean, if it has an educational value its a plus.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: >i just started to wonder, why do something that many people can do better with less effort? Just because nobody actually does it? i did some translations (mostly subtitles) because nobody else was doing it. but apart from that i also think that translating can easily be a hobby, specially while learning other languages. i remember that i wanted to watch a 80's Japanese tv show "Abunai Deka" but couldn't find subtitles, and many others actually... i imagine that "many" people want to watch, read and listen to stuff that hasn't been translated yet.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: i have the same issue when translating to and from English, i'm not good at it but practicing really improved my understanding. later on i was able to check on my mistakes, ask for help online and learn little by little, i really enjoyed the whole process but in small quantities.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: i totally agree, in fact we can enjoy different translations in itself, we can enjoy the abilities and the peculiarity/fancy of different translators.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: IMO poetry should be enjoyed lyrically *and* in its original meaning, for the former you must know the language and for the latter the translator should keep the original meaning as much a possible.
Moor commented on Kaasburger's post: yup, that's fucked up.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: lol, that's looks really idiosyncratic, i have not idea.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: i meant counter words, it was so long ago that i had to search what i meant lol.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: yeah, that's why i stopped learning Japanese... partially, what really pissed me of was that i had to specify things using specific words based on the shape of the thing.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: i believe everyone should express themselves (expect those who hurt others), if people don't want to hear then both have a choice to make :)
Moor commented on leftside's post: @leftside: right, its just that i never saw a bread recipe that requires a lot of sugar/salt, i'm going to increase the quantity slightly but i read that too much sugar can affect bread growth, better tasty than big i guess.
Moor commented on leftside's post: why? aren't salt and sugar like inexpensive? i know that sugar helps bread grow but does it really help with the taste?
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: yeah lol, there's lots of interesting nuances (or lack thereof) on some of them, particularly in Hinduism.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: most gods are assholes because people make them up in distress, but there are some 'cute' forms of worship like being thankful to 'water' or to 'the moon', of course some worshipers get bored and then decide to make sacrifices...
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: oh well, i don't know much about that, but i'm very familiar with having weird thoughts lol.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: same as spontaneous, but i didn't want to infer agency, i meant like behavior that you can't explain because you didn't feel any agency of thought in the process but if you dig it, really think about it, it would eventually feel like that such unusual thoughts weren't exactly unbecoming, but you didn't have any agency.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: idk but its a lot easier to explain extemporaneous behavior as a culmination of thoughts and experiences.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: this is purely instrumental, i won't judge based on principle but rather based on outcome. both have a long history of philanthropic activities. but nonetheless they were always opposed to war, of course they both hide the fact of the benefits. among other things like lobbying bailouts...
Moor commented on leftside's post: holy shit!
Moor commented on Whitewolf's post: @Realjohndoe: Did you even read their work? they were all Anti-Zionists, and responsible for Stalin's paranoia and purgings as much as Christ was responsible for anything stupid that Christian do/believe.
Moor commented on Whitewolf's post: @Test8: Marx was less of a Jew (Zionist) than Hitler that nonetheless protected the bourgeoisie. Lenin wrote extensively on imperialism, and Trotsky, well, if you read his work you will see where he stands on the Zionist question.
Moor commented on Whitewolf's post: @Test8: sure, that block had satellite states, but they were one of the same, Stalin was Georgian for instance.
Moor commented on Whitewolf's post: Soviets are class-based anti-imperialists, they don't belong.
Moor commented on Moor's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: really, i though that case was highly debatable (not being sarcastic) i will reserve judgment.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: its fucking annoying.
Moor commented on Gaypidoras's post: @Gaypidoras: alright, look at Brazil, Venezuela, Syria, etc in the recent years. they were/are on a bad shape economically and politically, people are rightfully protesting for better conditions, policies differ from country to country but they are resistant to liberalism because they are still developing, they are still protecting their market, and there is no definitive line politically, be it the progressive or conservatives because they wildly differ from country to country. dissatisfaction is thus used (also created or exaggerated) as a tool by whatever political party that has the support of the dominant countries.
Moor commented on Gaypidoras's post: @Gaypidoras: it sucks, not only on Russia, keep that in mind. everyone should organize and protest but what angers me is that many of these protests are used as a tool for liberalism to destabilize the current power which in turn means more authoritarian bullshit. but we can always organize.
Moor commented on Zero2proxy's post: the real mvp.
Moor commented on Gaypidoras's post: @Gaypidoras: that is the current state of affairs, sure. the west has been more successful, but the tide is turning, i support progressives more than anything else (even socialists), liberal democracy doesn't always look the same as in the "best" countries, even because for them to be establish in the first place, years of dictatorship had to take place. i surely have no clues what is the future for Russia but at least there is a glimpse of hope that with no "threats" of sanctions and what not they can develop more freely and thus be less oppressive.
Moor commented on Gaypidoras's post: @Gaypidoras: i agree with you, i'm not defending those bad things as a system to adopt but they are essentially the form that a system takes when fighting other dominant systems and not to keep it like that forever, they are progressing. liberalism means hegemonic power of powerful countries to dictate what other country may or may not do, at principle liberalism is bad for self-determination.
Moor commented on Gaypidoras's post: @Gaypidoras: he is kinda cool though, specially because not many stand up against the west, alas he is not much different from other leaders expect that he is more competent in maintaining power. keep in mind that he is fighting west hegemony, no country will have peace while liberalism is dominant.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: lol i didn't know that. well that may be a good option for android then.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: @Styromaniac: lol, yes i agree, i'm actually interested if reusing common ports is a bad idea, researching...
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: huh, is that a good idea though? i don't know much about networking but that may have its implications.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: yeah, they are actually very similar but one is active the other is passive.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @leftside: >I also see the post updated 2 hours ago although your comment is dated last year. One of the site owners must have made a stupid mistake with the site. same.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: +1, specially because we need to decouple data from the websites structures, i think most people would like to share its content without having to move or duplicate data elsewhere.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: i tried but saw some errors (granted, i also moved the data folder to avoid re-downloading) on zeromail and on other zites. are you running without any backup?
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: Did you change hub?
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: +1
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: same as @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: but windows 7
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: The US Gov should 'tell' the MSM to stop red-baiting then...
Moor commented on Jaka Tanker's post: yeah, specially ironic considering that, you know, Hong-Kong/China US-------------Australia. and not for one second people consider that *any* criminal could just flee from china to HK without extradition under current law.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: @caryoscelus: lol now i get it. i may try it someday.
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: is that a game idea or an already existing game?
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: in "defense" of Tencent, you have to go through the same process with a google, microsoft, facebook, etc account, difference being that they accept other (not sure how many) country phone numbers. in my experience, most Asian online services kinda blocks you out if you don't have a local phone number.
Moor commented on Styromaniac's post: since you are partially practicing coding, add anything that may make sense like clicking/loading elements on the same page, i have no idea what that's called in webdev terms or if that is hard to do it :D
Moor commented on caryoscelus's post: maybe "honesty concerning one's conviction of their actions before too much examination", the (somewhat) opposite of phony? that's my 2 cents :D. one thing i believe though is that to develop self-confidence one needs to study, well, itself.
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: >“I’ve never killed anybody, or raped anyone,” he says. “So the first thing I thought was that maybe my hypothesis was wrong, and that these brain areas are not reflective of psychopathy or murderous behavior.” i love how south park-esque that sounds.
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: the real question is what will they do with whatever results they obtain from the massive "analysis".
Moor commented on aoisensi's post: You should see a physician just to check if everything is fine. though some level of stress is normal nowadays...
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Moor commented on FraYoshi's post: @Realjohndoe: +1
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: i don't see your point, we are missing each others points here lol. ok, the phrase "the boys were playing in the backyard" expresses something that happened. "the boys are playing the in backyard", expresses something that is happening. the articles phrase is not suggesting something that _perhaps_ is true but its expressing that indeed (...)"philosophies were baked into the very architecture of the internet". correct me if i'm wrong, but that is what i understood by that phrase.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: "no, it is not as i explained" >the way those philosophies were baked into the very architecture of the internet, which is rather famously engineered to ensure no one can prevent anyone from sending anything to anyone. idk man, but this sounds very clear to me, to me it infers that such western philosophies were principled onto the internet architecture, so that "no one can prevent anyone from sending anything to anyone." which again i provided a link that talks about how the internet upbringing was rather wild than based on freedom. that's all i meant.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: >no, it contains numerous useful information for me useful ≠ bad. >i do not think so. i think they mean that it is made the way it is not friendly for countries which want to censor/block information i think the author was very clear when it pointed that it was because of a "western philosophy" to make it like that, which is false and i provided a link that explains how the creation of the internet does not preclude a "western philosophy" of openness. >i think the author was not speaking about bad countries, so i do not understand your comment about this. your aim is quite negative here, find something useful also instead of criticizing everything. i don't think i can have a positive view about this article, it didn't provide that many links to what Russia and other countries are doing (which is the point of the article), only speculation. there is one [document](https://nsiteam.com/social/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/AI-China-Russia-Global-WP_FINAL2_fromMariah8mar2019_ndw11mar2019.pdf) mentioned, which is about liberal democracy vs "authoritarian regimes". the article kinda follows the same idea. “It’s not about bad countries and good countries – it’s about any country that wants to suppress communications,” its a very clear statement, it mentions in the above statement that: >“More and more Western countries are being forced to think about what that means, sovereignty on the internet,” says Tack. In the wake of recent election meddling, and the well-documented practice by Russian governments to sow discord on Western social media, Western policymakers woke up to the idea that an open and free internet could actually harm democracy itself, Morgus says. “The parallel rise of populism in the United States and elsewhere, coupled with concerns about the collapse of liberal international order, saw many of the traditional open internet sword-bearers retreat into their shells.” the consideration that "Open Internet" could be harmful comes only after the innocent realization that now that Russia decided to fight back the liberal agenda the US has to reconsider what "Open Internet" should be. btw my point about Ross Ulbricht is the wild definition of "Open Internet" in that article, it never sets boundaries on it.
Moor commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: this article is just... bad. >It’s well known that some countries are unhappy with the Western coalition that has traditionally held sway over internet governance. It’s not just the philosophies espoused by the West that troubles them, but the way those philosophies were baked into the very architecture of the internet, which is rather famously engineered to ensure no one can prevent anyone from sending anything to anyone. this is false, there was no known philosophy baked into the technology as the articles tries to infer, this is faulty observation from hindsight: [The evolution of the Internet: from military experiment to General Purpose Technology](https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23738871.2016.1157619) what bothers me the most is the usage of the term "Open Internet" in this article. i mean, why is Ross Ulbricht rotting in prison? >They found that over the past four years, “digital decider” states – Israel, Singapore, Brazil, Ukraine, and India among others – have drifted increasingly toward a more sovereign and closed approach to information and then "The reasons for their drift are varied". why is that? why doesn't the article mentions why these countries aren't so very happy with our current awesome western "open internet"? except that they kinda do that at the end, but with a very different tone: >“More and more Western countries are being forced to think about what that means, sovereignty on the internet,” says Tack. In the wake of recent election meddling, and the well-documented practice by Russian governments to sow discord on Western social media, Western policymakers woke up to the idea that an open and free internet could actually harm democracy itself, Morgus says. “The parallel rise of populism in the United States and elsewhere, coupled with concerns about the collapse of liberal international order, saw many of the traditional open internet sword-bearers retreat into their shells.” and then:“It’s not about bad countries and good countries – it’s about any country that wants to suppress communications,” Oh its not so bad when we do it, we are the good guys! and of course this blogger is so very smart: >Internet protocols specify how all information must be addressed by your computer, in order to be transmitted and routed across the global wires; it’s a bit like how a Windows machine knows it can’t boot up an Apple operating system.
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: listen closely to the first one, _you are_ pause _much_ pause _less likely_ the second one is rather obvious _deer jerky_ ... and the rest just overlaps
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: 6/8, there is an unnatural pause or a small audio glitch on fake ones, i had a false-positive on 7 and 8 due to some small noise but they didn't have that same unnatural pause.
Moor commented on Kaffie's post: @Mg0: > I remember many when I used to lurk for nintendo DS roms. Now that I think of it, I remember playing harvest moon a lot, I wouldn't label it as 'girls only' but it should very well fit in such category. i thought the same thing. there are many visual novel games on steam that feature "girly" themes and its likely made for girls but its mostly played by boys, plus many of them have some level of sexual content. so in my mind "girly games" are either for children or for teenagers/adults. though i like to think that some specific games and game genres are feminine or at least more feminine than masculine.
Moor commented on leftside's post: e.g: [he]it seem[med]s gay-er than [i] was expect[ing]ed.
Moor commented on leftside's post: Yes, addons protect you against `*chuckles*` _evil communist governments_. but seriously, i agree, it was likely on purpose. i mean, in an age where TDD governs the world of software development such a silly 'mistake' shouldn't have happened at all.
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: that looks incredible.
Moor commented on ulrichard's post: doesn't seem like fake news, the article includes various sources, including court sessions. governments act like this with or without a software, its just plain old miscarriage of justice. what impresses me is the lack of investment on new technology that is transparent enough to avoid this archaic model of law enforcement that leads to miscarriage of justice while letting criminals go free.
Moor commented on Lostfile's post: the only way to actually prove that you wrote something is (digitally) forensically, [anyone can edit anything](http://127.0.0.1:43110/12MVkvYGcRW6u2NYbpfwVad1oQeyG4s9Er/merged-CDN/1MzV32sv55VSD5Vr7u3mcMPsX2oG9PHusr/data/users/17zoTjVZEBUdo6uAvQvtbih7ibBMHQRsrH/test.jpg).
Moor commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: oh, i see, yeah i thought of code in general as a software. but its possible to multi-license if you want to keep your credit. if fact GPLv3 (and possibly v2) license versions guarantees attribution.
Moor commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: >Actually, you didn't mention this previously. i implied, but that's not the point. > however you can still have some personal interests and open-source, its an issue of licensing. >that is not within the scope of open-source license and licensing is about legality. &nbsp; but i see what you mean, what i meant was credit within the context of your license and not open-source. open-source may or may not include such clauses. about suing, not even closed-source protects you from that, for instance, Autodesk has the patent (and implementation) for pie-menus, i could infringe on both the patent and license anonymously, again closed source in this context is a remedy not the cure.
Moor commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: i only used that dichotomy as allegory to my argument that people don't simply abstracts open vs closed without a thought to an issue of good vs evil. that whole paragraph was about that. now, credit is a legal issue as i mentioned previously, closed-source can help remedy it but its not the cure. sure, some people ignore the benefits of closed-source because open-source is usually the goal, if there is profit to be made it should be within an open-source software, otherwise profit has a higher priority and closed-source may help with that. open-source software can also adhere to good-quality code in a timely fashion, and profit making may be used as incentive for either open or closed.
Moor commented on Krixano's post: As Stallman highlights, one of the principles of open-source is to incentivize cooperative work. keep in mind that cooperation is not in contrast with competition as some folks may believe. there is competition within cooperation and vice-versa. so the good vs evil dichotomy is actually mutual vs personal interest. that is to say, if its your personal interest and you give yourself control of the software, you, the owner control the software and not the users, which is particularly relevant on zeronet (privacy). however you can still have some personal interests and open-source, its an issue of licensing. >And this is especially problematic in ZeroNet, where everything is decentralized and anonymized. You can't sue someone when you can't even figure out who they are, where they live, their ip address, etc. that is not within the scope of open-source license. with this in mind, what problems you see with open-source?
Moor commented on Gabew's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: yeah that's a really good sim, i remember the community being "active" many years ago, idk about today.
Moor commented on Sharer's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: i was about to comment that too. couldn't he/she just copy the functionality from zeroblog's code?
Moor commented on Lostfile's post: i'm wondering that myself. i'm only learning javascript recently because of zeronet. otherwise...
Moor commented on Moor's post: @ulrichard: surely that should be growing steadily. but what about the recent upsurge in value? >Lightning node count is approaching 8000 is there an advantage over just running on a standard PC? that is, if i only want to keep my wallet?
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: i saw your blog post, i think i only watched about 10% of your nullpaste list :D, this is fun though. i could do better with video games :D
Moor commented on Spiderjerusalen's post: @Spiderjerusalen: its small but many users share interesting things. how long have you been here?
Moor commented on Spiderjerusalen's post: what do you mean? look at the activity feed...
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: @klu9@zeroid.bit: i can see both now. some obvious ones the cantina band stormtroopers bladerunner star trek, "they live" written on the wall but can't see any characters from the movie. futurama green aliens? (behind the window on the far right corner) Rick's portal gun R2D2 Paul E.T Some He-Man characters? a thundercat? Jabba Atari the firefly ship and inara, but not other crew members. no metroid, dead space, half-life, x-files, portal references?
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Moor commented on Lostfile's post: lol, it reminds me of my time with debian...
Moor commented on klu9@zeroid.bit's post: 2, superman and that robot from wall-e.
Moor commented on leftside's post: I've clicked on it like 20 times and it didn't disappear. i'm on firefox.
Moor commented on Quantumworld's post: @Quantumworld: i remember people saying good things about mandriva some +10 years ago lol. i don't think there is magical solution, people want usability and familiarity. experienced users have lots of options.
Moor commented on leftside's post: zeronet needs a customizable seeding mode (is there one currently?, idk). i bet many people close zeronet to either save bandwidth, game, or save some system resources.
Moor commented on Quantumworld's post: @Quantumworld: sure, that is bad. but at least its familiar, they won't be able to tell the difference when they understand that ubuntu is just as bad, so they will start to learn why. a more gentle transition.
Moor commented on leftside's post: @leftside: i don't doubt that. if you read and watch about the past century its impossible to doubt that really, the things that the government do to stay in power. i heard that nowadays they use hybrid warfare tactics.
Moor commented on Quantumworld's post: @Quantumworld: yeah i heard of that, distrowatch is f-stupid. unfortunately people use ubuntu for the same reason they use, well, anything convenient. better they use ubuntu anyways (than OSX/WIN), makes it easier to migrate users later.
Moor commented on leftside's post: @leftside: i don't know, i can only look at the political aspect, but they are always stupid/paranoid, so who knows.
Moor commented on leftside's post: i don't really believe that countries like China/Russian are too scared of things like ZeroNet. most of the censorship is to prevent US meddling than civil control. and in turn the US would never incentivize people to use the darknet, because to justify that they would have to shoot themselves in the foot too.
Moor commented on Quantumworld's post: @leftside: i'm (just a tiny bit) skeptical about that but there are small parts of functionality that seem worse than chrome on purpose...
Moor commented on Krixano's post: @Quantumworld: isn't that an exaggeration? the layout is almost all standard all around.
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CONFIRMED: Chemical Weapons Assessment Contradicting Official Syria Narrative Is Authentic

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has begun responding to queries by the press about a leaked document which contradicts official OPCW findings on an alleged chemical weapons attack last year in Douma, Syria.

(...)“The dimensions, characteristics and appearance of the cylinders, and the surrounding scene of the incidents, were inconsistent with what would have been expected in the case of either cylinder being delivered from an aircraft,” saying instead that manual placement of the cylinders in the locations investigators found them in is “the only plausible explanation for observations at the scene.”

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