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Geekless commented on leftside's post: I like the beat. > 1M views in 48 hours! Talking about it, * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8qU0GdW88Q - 3M in 24h after the premiere * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6ygE226h-0 - 1M in 24h Youtube is going to kill other music services...
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Redcurrant: > what is ZeroBook? It's just a stub for making pageable zites: http://127.0.0.1:43110/13cbGbFWwcNgCdZJyFHsUkg35xteBL5AMk/
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Redcurrant: me? I'm not a developer of ZeroHello
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: @Kids: > Всё дело в плашке, которая появляется при запросах выбора профиля и подобных. Если её инжектить в страницу без iframe, то сайты смогут вмешаться в её работу. Это на работоспособность сайта не влияет, на удобство - да. В качестве костыля можно использовать перенаправления на админский интерфейс, аналогично тому, как делается межсайтовая авторизация в вебе. Всё дело в подходе: если у некоторых свербит в заднице от iframe, то пусть берут и переделывают, либо валят пилить собственный нуль-нет. А если вопрос в том, что теоретически гугль может прикрыть iframe с концами - то да, надо иметь план Б про запас, но пока вопрос не горит. > Юзеры хотят the pseudo-TLD .zeronet Это хорошие годные юзеры. > Но встаёт вопрос по обработке ссылок (прямые/относительные), есть какое-то готовое решение? Переключаться между разными типами ссылок основные движки сайтов умеют. Остальным придётся научиться. В любом случае, переделывать придётся и те, что умеют - там всякие частные случаи вылазят... > А какой в этом смысл? Смысл в том, что механизмы обработки хоста в режиме проксирования написаны с ошибками, и их надо чинить.
Geekless commented on Redcurrant's post: @Redcurrant: > auto linkify strings matching to Zite/bitcoin address pattern? But it will linkify any bitcoin addresses as zites then, even if those have nothing to do with ZeroNet. Some zites support links `zero://1NV2twiBAk1Tr1x8sRUZH9nRNvigFMZDyn`, but ZeroMe doesn't seem to support them: > zero://1NV2twiBAk1Tr1x8sRUZH9nRNvigFMZDyn
Geekless commented on Redcurrant's post: @Redcurrant: That was a comment under your previous post.
Geekless commented on Redcurrant's post: magyar?
Geekless commented on Redcurrant's post: clickable link http://127.0.0.1:43110/1NV2twiBAk1Tr1x8sRUZH9nRNvigFMZDyn
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: @Kids: > Про разграничение прав между доменами - понятно, но там не обычное разделение: авторизация/мержи/и т.д., без iframe это не будет работать изолированно. Или планируется полноценный переход на api с запретом js? Почему не будет? Как раз по "реальным" доменам (как их видит браузер) будет проще. Мерджи и т.п. выполняются на стороне ZeroNet. (Возможно, я что-то не учитываю.) > Где можно потыкать? Хотелось бы как с .onion , чтоб всю зону завернуть в прокси. Юзеры не хотят всю зону в прокси, они хотят какие-то странные костыли с обработчиками протокола: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/issues/2087 Я не понимаю, что им надо, честно говоря. Потыкать можно начиная с этого бага, лол: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/pull/2089 Видимо, код никто никогда не отлаживал. Это работало на машине того, кто запилил фичу год назад, и с тех пор никто её не проверял. Пока план такой: * Востановить работоспособность прокси для *.bit (в PR выше) * Востановить работоспособность прикси для http://zero/<address> (Знаю, где баг, не успел исправить еще.) * Запилить плагин для cert-based доменов. (Старый набросок для py2 у меня есть, переделать будет не сложно.) * Запилить обработку адресов адресов биткойн в нижнем регистре, как предложил @gitcenter. (Вот тут будет много мелкой возни.) * Запилить в ядро обработку суффикса .zeronet (по сути всё, что требуется, при обнаружении суффикса - его молча отбрасывать и оставшийся кусок маршрутизировать по обработчикам как обычно). Тогда получится настроить одновременную работу с ZeroNet и с остальным вебом. (Хотя целесообразность этого под сомнением) В целом всё пока выглядит даже проще, чем реализовать DHT. Работу над DHT я пока забросил, на этой неделе нет времени на вдумчивый код.
Geekless commented on Resu404's post: Пиринговая сеть десу, нэ? Жуткий руглишь. xD
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: @If0: Как выяснилось, в ядре поддержка есть.
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: @If0: Нужен не просто DNS, а полноценная обработка доменов на стороне узла ZeroNet.
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: @If0: Разграничение прав работает на по доменам, а ZeroNet отображает все сайты на одном домене. С точки зрения браузера, это один большой сайт. Поэтому сайты грузятся в iframe, а обёртка обеспечивает изоляцию. Если через прокси грузить сайты по адресами вида http://blabla.zero/barbaz, то blabla.zero будет считаться именем домена, и вопрос решен.
Geekless commented on Kids 's post: iframe Зеронету нужен только для разграничения прав доступа. Ну найдём другой способ, будем гонять через SOCK5 прокси с разбивкой по доменам.
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Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: Yeah I know it. I tried using it for some time. However, I don't trust enough to its developers. Isn't Tor browser a better choice?
Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: Why?
Geekless commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: 1. Manually edit or delete any data in the user's folder `data/users/<user_cert_address>`. 2. Open the right ZeroNet bar on your site. Scroll down to the "Content publishing" section. Enter `data/users/<user_cert_address>/content.json` instead of the default `content.json` into the edit box. Press `Sign and publish`. 3. The user's data will be signed with your master key. You can delete any user's files, except for `data/users/<user_cert_address>/content.json` itself. The only way to wipe `data/users/<user_cert_address>/content.json` entirely is to ban the user in `data/users/content.json`.
Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: It can be implemented on the level of a zite engine, so it's up to zite devs. We should probably have a js library for this, though.
Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: DHT lookups are slow, but DHT is more reliable in the conditions of poor network connectivity or censorship. On the other hand, trackers are fast, but can be easily banned. We need the both approaches.
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Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: @Zeroconfig: IMO, it's more convenient to use an implementation in python, without compiled code. https://github.com/bmuller/kademlia https://github.com/nitmir/btdht
Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: It will, if we implement it.
Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: That's cool. I envy it wasn't me who implemented that. :D
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Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: If Tox does work, can we route ZeroNet traffic over Tox somehow?
Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: Wow, how is it possible for Tox to work then? Doesn't it route all the traffic over Tor too?
Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: ZeroNet over Tor doesn't work either?
Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: @ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit: It's probably possible to implement a plugin for ZeroNet, that builds an indexed DB and improves the search speed greately. What about decentralized solutions, I think of https://yacy.net/. A similar engine can be implemented on top of ZeroNet too.
Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: > It's impossible to catch unpublished sites except using viruses😂 Not sure if that sentence applies to ZeroNet or IPFS. In ZeroNet, you can run your own `zero://` tracker and dump the sites from its database. By default, ZeroNet publish all the addresses to the trackers (except `pause`d ones, I guess).
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: They publish their addresses on the network themselves lol. What's the problem, man, that is public information.
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Geekless commented on Blurhy's post: > However I doubt if a search engine is necessary.So what's your opinion. I guess we need a metadata tracker and aggregator. It should be not just a search engine, but a tracker of all the network activity, per user, per data type (posts, comments, published files etc), per topic and so on.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Anonymouslogin: Да, совпадает.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Anonymouslogin: Ребутал и ZeroNet, и браузер.
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Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: Fixed. Thanks for the report.
Geekless commented on Quantumworld's post: On my laptops: ``` China - 405 United States - 203 Germany - 76 Russia - 62 ``` ``` United States - 254 China - 208 Germany - 62 Russia - 55 ```
Geekless commented on Zboy's post: @piloth@zeroid.bit: No idea. ZeroNet is not for real-time streaming by design, so I guess any radio station here will look more like a Youtube channel with frequent updates. So a visitor can listen latest news, search through archive, view the schedule etc.
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Geekless commented on Zboy's post: > 0nets first 'radio' station? ``` <audio controls="" autoplay="autoplay" loop="loop"> <source src="http://172.93.104.182:8517/;stream.mp3" type="audio/mp3"> </audio> ``` Nope.
Geekless commented on Deliriumgoddesss's post: > with bottle of bear o_O
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Kaffie: > I've been pushing/proposing a way to allow permissions to all providers, without specifically listing them, and then having a blacklist. Interesting. Could you provide a link to the discussion?
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Kaffie: > Multiple id providers can be used on the same sites. Which makes it far superior to clearnet stuff. The bottleneck is that the zite owner has to list them all manually. There also were various attempts to create unified providers on Clearnet and establish some kind of federation. I can remember OpenID, at least. That idea is more suitable for ZeroNet, and I expect there'll be not much troubles, but anyway, it won't be such a convenient thing as ZeroID.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @SSDifnskdjfnsdjk: That's a temporary issue, not a fundamental one. ZeroID's doing good job right now, allowing us to use the same ID on any zite. It will ever end, and we'll probably have to step back to the white-list model and to a set of scattered providers. I guess zites will be more similar to Clearnet sites, where you should register in order to get access to the web-service. But now ZeroID is not a point of failure, but a point of convenience.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: Looks like an extraterrestrial intelligence is trying to make contact. Or maybe it's a beta of SkyNet.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: It works perfectly. I see no spam at all on this ZeroNet instance, which is subscribed to your list. Thanks!!
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: ROFL :D Why me?
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: Ahaha! When I went to school, I once asked my English teacher, why all the "to be" exercises had the indefinite article after the verb. She had thought for a while and answered: "I can not think of any case, when there should be _the_ there."
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Polar🍀☘️🌿🌾🌴: PeakID seems to be a nice idea. I was thinking about running my own ID provider as well, but without hard dependency on Google. We should provide more alternatives.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @leftside: > It's none of my business how many IDs the spammers are creating. It's something to do with ID providers' side. Even though they made 1M IDs in an hour, if they don't shit on my site, it doesn't matter. If they do, it's your business. And since nothing stops them, they for sure will do. . It is only a matter of time, when our new friend from the government gets to some automation tools.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @leftside: > REGEX FILTER~! :) RegEx filter prevents an attacker from creating accounts at ZeroID? Hmmm, do we speak the same language?
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @leftside: > I meant, reputation or score system of stackexchange for a new user to have the right to post more than n posts a day or a week and so on.. What prevents an attacker from creating 10000 accounts per day and posting n\*10000 posts?
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @leftside: > @Geekless: Stackexchange runs such a kind of system though each forum has different intensity on the policy. > . > But as u guys know, that white list easily makes newbies pissed off. > . > Careful arrangements of rules will do the job. The rules work in the Clearnet (more or less), since the registration on a site has a cost. It's a captcha, the need of unique email address for each account (which means captcha again), premoderation of new users, ban by IP, etc. So an automated attack has some real cost, which not every evil person's ready to pay. Here in ZeroNet, an account is just a sequence of random letters, and no preliminary checks are possible. Your site either has non-zero limit for "unknown" accounts and allows posting for everyone, or not.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: I renamed the spammer's data file and rebuilt the database. Now the comments, related to your hub, diappeared. I've not checked out the sources yet, but here's my guess what happens: 1. In the core engine, the ban check prevents data from both receiving over the network and getting into the database. 2. But it doesn't delete the affected files automatically. 3. The merger feature ignores the ban check and uses all the files to build the database. So ban on hubs works more like freeze.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: Looks like whitelists are the only solution. I cannot see any other reliable way.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I tried rebuilding the database, and it had no effect. Maybe that's an issue of the merger feature. It's implemented as a plugin, so maybe it badly operates with the core parts.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/commit/4efcfa8bf49a1d9ce9b6b8095b4cd92d30c70d74
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: > the normal method doesn't allow auth_address bans, only name bans. Why not? I tryed using auth_addresses instead of names in the `permissions` table to set limits, and it worked just fine. The code: https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet/blob/master/src/Content/ContentManager.py#L484
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: I can not see the ban entries on your hub: http://127.0.0.1:43110/12h51ug6CcntU2aiBjhP8Ns2e5VypbWWtv/data/users/content.json
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: What about the timer idea, I like it.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Quantumworld: There will be, for sure. I guess the first ones will be from China or Russia. Personally, I'm not planning to use mute lists to block just random jerks. But bots.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Quantumworld: being a jerk and being a bot are totally different matters :D
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: > Not sure how you'd do it. It requires for the admin (or anyone who can modify `data/users/content.json`) to be online, of course. The idea is that the site engine reads the mute list and modifies the `permissions` section. Moreover, since the file has no strict format, there can be additional fields there, clearly stating the ban reason and the source list. So many features that can be implemented on top of the current ZeroNet core, and so little time... Right now I'm stuck with redesigning ZeroBlog internals from the God-object antipattern into a flexible component model. I hope to unify ZeroBlog and ZeroTalk engines into an single framework, but I have some troubles designing the architecture...
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: > Ideally in the future mutes will delete the content from your machine and not distribute any from those users. Looks like that won't be implemented until Nofish finishes porting the code base to python 3.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Quantumworld: > There needs to be a delete option for zerome You are switching between liberal and totalitarian views so fast, so I'm a little confused.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Quantumworld: > I hate running a block list from other peoples lists. I hate that too, and I usually don't trust people enough to follow their mute lists. Now it's the first time I've enabled a 3rd party mute list. Kaffie is a well known ZeroNet user, so I guess I can trust the list this time.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: I should think about automating the process of importing mute lists into the ban list on my sites.
Geekless commented on ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit's post: > i have to repeat the process again later once it has peers? You don’t have. But since the "failed to publish" message is annoying, I usually open a new site on another host, so it always have a companion peer online.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Yoo: idk actually, I just asked Google for "memes bears Russia" )
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Yoo: > What's this a bear :D
Geekless commented on leftside's post: o_O
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Quantumworld: > Communism looks good on paper but when used in real world applications it is a horrid and brutal system of control. I can tell you, what we had in comminist/socialist USSR was a naive and helpless system of control, compared to the modern ones, no matter if it is the system of USA, China or Russia. We now deal with dark forces, that go from inside of humans, and are now almost not limited of anything, since technologies are the modern magic. The more powerful technologies people have, the more powerful evil we face with.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: We are doomed to some kind of centralization by Zooko's triangle. Actually, it's a fundamental problem, that limits abilities for decentralization of any system. If a system is okay with meaningless addresses, it can be decentralized at any scale. And if we want to use a naming system, we have to get back to a centralized provider, that actually **assigns** names and guarantees their uniqueness. We can also try making the naming system federative, which means we move to the "decentralized" part of the triangle and leave the "secure" part. More federative centers, more points of failure. More federative centers, more chances of naming conflicts and misconfigurations of client applications as well.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Nofish: What should be the right behaviour when the application gets a file update, that is blocked by the content filter? Should it respond with the default "ok" code and silently ignore the file, or should it send some error code? The former silently reduces the network connectivity, without any way for the sending node to know that it should try sending the update to other nodes. And the latter probably makes fingerprinting techniques possible.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: That is the case only for providers without published private key and known to play fair. Certificates for providers such as kaffie.bit should not be used for domain routing. I guess there should be the default white list in the plugin, and user can manage it as well.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: > Tor support absolutely is not why ZeroNet is used more than IPFS. I fail to see any benefits in it tbh. Tor is a great tool, and what about me, I'm a big fan of ZeroNet because of the Tor support, amount other things. Apart from the fact that it is an anonymization tool, it can be used as a kind of VPN, and it is also great for bypassing NATs and handling incoming connections without having to tunnel ports from a VPS. (Of course, incoming connections are not to IP addresses, but to onion addresses, but since ZeroNet is distributed with Tor included, it's totally transparent.) By the way, here in my location, I still have no IPv6 support, and my ISP just doesn't care.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: "We need a crypto to pay for a hosting", my ass! I host 600+ zites, they take ~3.1G, and no one should pay a cent for that. Just do something useful, interesting or funny, and people will host it, share it and promote it. For free. If you want to push some bullshit to people, sure you have to pay money to compensate the negative cost of your "products".
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: What is great about certificate-based domains is that you still have a chance to resolve the domain even if the database of the certificate provider is not available for some reason. Just scan the data folder and find a file that is signed with the certificate. But it is not implemented in my proof of concept yet.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Pexo: > Well spamming users can be muted and at some point won't find their files propagated anymore. You still keep and distribute files of the muted users, they are just not shown to you in the UI. So that's the problem.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Kaffie: Unfortunately I dropped the project, but I hope I'll be back to it in the future. It requires the net-wide adoption to be useful, and it also has several unclear places, that are likely to prevent the adoption. On the first try, I failed to solve them all. Right now I'm working on a plugin of totally another kind, which will be useful for the network immediately since just few persons install it. I probably need yet several days to get to the beta. Maybe after that, I'll return to IDName plugin.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: Received it. If you don't mind, I'll post my response to a forum and send you the link.
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: > I'm pretty anti-blockchain. I fail to see how it can be a truly decentralized solution when it requires huge centralized mining pools and a constant internet connection. Yeah! It's just the "money makes money" principle. Who controls big money can run huge mining pools and make yet more money. It has nothing to do with real P2P technologies, that are for usual people, not corporations. Corporations tend to grow larger and larger, and now it is not even completely clear who actually controls whom: governments control corporations or corporations control governments. But the both things crave to control all the people. It's just a matter of time, when a large enough corporation will take control over 51% of the mining power and all your bitcoins get controlled. Or maybe it has already done in a silent way. The only thing you can trust, more or less, is pure math, that is cryptography. Blockchain is not about cryptography! It is about "who has the power to write the history".
Geekless commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: sorry for the offtopic, but I sent you a message via ZeroMail, please read
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Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @styromaniac@zeroid.bit: http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1548999855_1GooUE19488nDwG3TdkM8seYAHct4gjkq4/
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Geekless commented on Abbot's post: seems to work now
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Geekless commented on Abbot's post: "No peers found". But your old blog works fine.
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Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Quantumworld: A stroke and [VAP](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ventilator-associated_pneumonia).
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Geekless commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: @Daniell Mesquita: Oh. If Tor isn't secure, not a thing in the IT world is secure. Your browser is much less secure than Tor, so...
Geekless commented on Daniell Mesquita's post: > We need to consider that even ZeroNet is not anonymous It depends on how you use it.
Geekless commented on Thunder33345's post: If you can read Russian, take a look at [Краски Сентября](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1HVhvrompfwLstJExofKAQ5mMss7YivVDj/?Home) by @hugeping. He mostly writes about game development.
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Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Thunder: Well, it was an old README by @Binchan, but it clearly stated that the code has been merged with the actual upstream version. I updated the README and moved the old one in another file.
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Geekless commented on Swastika's post: @Daniell Mesquita: > WoT is the only form to handle spam Unfortunately, that silver bullet also effectively blocks not only spam, but any new users at all.
Geekless commented on Swastika's post: @Nekololi: Here is my idea: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BLoGBTid3NhGu8ts3fAfHJprnbrH3wfTV/?Post:41
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Daniell Mesquita: First the plugin resolves `yourdomain.zeroid` using the ZeroID certificate database. If the address contains any subdomains, the plugin waits for `yourdomain.zeroid/content.json` to be downloaded and reads `domain_records` table from there. For example: ``` "domain_records": { "talk.zeronet.ru.0h.zeroid": "1TALK5znjVqrULiRUiSuNALaCiKpWS1Xq", "zeronet.ru.0h.zeroid": "1zeroRvxd42DSWUETotiaa8k5a5mDGvJs", "zerowiki.0h.zeroid": "138R53t3ZW7KDfSfxVpWUsMXgwUnsDNXLP" }, ```
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Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Daniell Mesquita: IDName just uses existing zeroid certificates as domain names. So, since you are *"daniell@zeroid.bit:15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe"*, you has a private key for `15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe`. You can publish a zite using that address, and my plugin just resolves `daniell.zeroid` to `15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe`. That was my old idea to use certificate addresses as "user's profile pages", not depending on various 3rd-party services such as ZeroMe etc, and the plugin is the first step for implementing it. I should write a post explaining the matter in details, but I has not much time right now. > Also, support other ID provider (KxoID, also uses unique names) It's in my todo list too.
Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Daniell Mesquita: zeroid has no such thing as "real" certificate.
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Geekless commented on Geekless's post: @Droidranger: I'm now working on redesigning the code to make the easy integration of 3rd party components possible.
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Geekless commented on Musickillerwork's post: ``` // When I wrote this, only God and I understood what I was doing // Now, God only knows ``` Yeah...
Geekless started following Musickillerwork
Geekless commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: thank you for the explanation! :)
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: Я бы задумался о вирусах. В маршрутизаторе, мб?
Geekless commented on ZAlex's post: near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant? ☢️ ☠ ⛔
Geekless started following Zorg13
Geekless commented on Krixano's post: @Krixano: It looks like they are also missing from the Activity feed too. When I click "Followed users", I can see "caryoscelus started following Krixano" in the feed. And when I click "Everyone", that line disappears.
Geekless started following Erinlalouve, Krixano, D14na
Geekless commented on Krixano's post: Hmm, but [ZeroMe user registry](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1UDbADib99KE9d3qZ87NqJF2QLTHmMkoV/data/userdb/content.json) allows only zeroid.bit and zeroverse.bit. Does it mean kxoid users are missing from the search results etc?
Geekless commented on caryoscelus's post: Okay I can see the input box, but where should I click to publish the comment? Ctrl+Enter did the work, haha))
Geekless started following Real Human Bean
Geekless commented on Krixano's post: How the race condition between the multiple trusted clients is solved?
Geekless commented on Krixano's post: Great work! Thank you, Krixano, and thank you, @gitcenter for the plugin! It is what I've been thinking about for long time, since I got to ZeroNet.
Geekless started following Blurhy
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: @leftside: Now I feel enthusiastic about implementing the cryptography-based access control for ZeroBlog: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BLoGBTid3NhGu8ts3fAfHJprnbrH3wfTV/?Post:40 I'll check out that idea, if I have some free time.
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: @leftside: One more idea just came to my mind: If the access control is not very important, and if you just care about 3rd party persons were not able to read your data knowing only the domain name, you may want to use the approach similar to one at Google Drive. I mean its "shareable link" feature. So, the content of your site is encrypted, and when you share a link to a person, you add the key to the link 127.0.0.1:43110/YOURDOMAIN/?key=DECRYPTION_KEY When the person open the link, the content is decrypted on the fly with the key provided. From the user's point of view, it works similar to Google's "shareable links". Other persons, who know just the domain name (via sniffing a tracker traffic, for example), still has no posibility to decrypt your data.
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: @leftside: No problem, the same approach is applicable to your case too. It is just a particular application of the general algorithm. In ZeroNet, there is no need to write any additional passwords anywhere, since your secret master_seed is your password for everything. The cryptography does the work for you. Well, you still can implement additional passwords, but I see no reason why one would like to do it. You can automatically share the key pair with a some number of users in a secure way, so they do not need to worry about writing it in a notebook or so.
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: @leftside: The shared key can be kept encripted in the same way as usual private messages. So, it is decripted by client-side JS code and never saved to data.json in the plain form. 1. User A creates a new chat, which means she generates a new key and saves it in her data.json encripted. 2. User A sends an invite to user B. The invite is sent as an encripted private message, so only B can read it. 3. When user B goes online, the site's code scans the DB for new messages. It sees the invite and saves it to data.json (still encripted). 4. The saved key now can be used to read the messages in the new chat.
Geekless commented on Balancer73's post: @leftside: It is not actually "neighboring nodes", who know about your stuff, but trackers. Your sites are always announced to some trackers, or else the network will not be able to work. The person who runs a tracker can access any "private" sites. > I'm still skeptical on this matter, but if it's true it's a big issue It is the matter of ZN. When you create a zite, you actually create a chunk of data to share to the whole world. If it is not what you want to do, you shouldn't use ZN. Maybe it is better to run a clent-server site via Tor or I2P in that case.
Geekless started following Styromaniac
Geekless commented on Styromaniac's post: @Kaffie: I agree. The current implementation seems to be quite reliable, and the tracker exchange effectively eliminates the need of DHT. But it would be nice, if the tracker exchange also support .onion-addressed trackers. I hope it will be implemented some day.
Geekless commented on Binchan's post: @Eibriel: There is [a poster](https://www.artlebedev.ru/susha/) by Art. Lebedev Studio, that shows country sizes in the same scale, without distortions caused by a cylindrical map projection.
Geekless commented on caryoscelus's post: +1 seeder ;)
Geekless started following Shouko
Geekless started following Mist, Nofish, Balancer73

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network protocols, cli, linux, fuse fs, nss, shell, perl, latin, toki pona, etimology, math, q-physics, diy repairment
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/TechnoL0g Git: https://github.com/technologiespro Blog: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1AGZBHRwWykJH8B2qqBdkrAnsC83BDqoyS
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Owner/Writer for Red Liberty, a Libertarian Socialist blog. Formerly known as Thought Foundry Blog. "Freedom is always the freedom of the dissenters, of the one who thinks differently" -Rosa Luxemburg Socialism or Barbarism, Liberty or Death! Blog can be found at: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1CoVgJCDb588bVtxU9VAwGLGuybzdr3mfg/ Mirrors: Clearnet: https://redliberty.org and https://thoughtfoundryblog.com (does run non-free Javascript) I2P: redliberty.i2p Tor: redlib23tokwmp5r2xjpz6uw64j6gvz3ppsv7agdbb3fj3gn2cnm3lid.onion Freenet: USK@w-ZU5GEbWi~ncjsDf2ZW8T7ZgbSETTKazrXV9kZ05XA,DQOKDoUTbYYQ~ sxJ65raXqP6bBBqxLX2tIUk25N2AFo,AQACAAE/RedLiberty/29 (also check the Filtered Index and Sone for the latest version) Old Freenet (TFB): USK@LGEtEIZMvoge10JtOUuvd8fpvlAShfSJgOCT32pTnjw,XpKJefEFQVRZic9~bWd6p4fSzrV-SqEbRCoMJ~oMqb0,AQACAAE/ThoughtFoundryBlog/30/ Monero (XMR) Address: 493ojgvguT9jaUpxBkCfUveUsj9EHTjkEVEF5hUdZS9gK8AbW9mVsh3jaM5QA7oHypFJ1LVRa9tdH6YrZYRfEp1H8Z2Pz4a Freedom is always the freedom of dissent! Think for yourself and question authority!
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Attack Helicopter, what's it to you? *Honk Honk*
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ZeroNet Proxy on Tor http://zy5ut4vjx2szel76xyjcewqe2y3ezaovsfvzdpskofs4z2gckympdeid.onion
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Что я здесь делаю?
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Лучшая мировая фантастика, фэнтези и приключения
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Reclaim the net. .bit
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Newb ZeroNet user + [klu9's ZeroBlog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Ctjcvfovq6d1JWEGvM1JovCym4H6Es33L/?Home) + [klu9's media share](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1NEuAUKgUoY6fnXeXBaonjrDfNbfpQpdMp/?Home) + [The Papers](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Papers8S7fe6LEsa7BwVVywWVbMpUjgwx)
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demoscener
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Zite Developer, Contact Zite开发人员,联系方式
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Hi there! I'm a movie and tech enthusiast.
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Random ZeroNet user
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안녕하세요 레프트사이드입니다. 2018-03-04 01:34:29 sos4sos@riseup.net [PGP: 1848 E18F 5481 4812 4094 2997 7061 8B16 6166 40B2](../1Gtubs5zzkhkVAxiEyZuYTJMWSpJ1qY22s/?Post:29) Bitcoin wallet: 1cLa4Vh6UoUX4yi8aSXoSAvg9tFSvukWH [한글제로토크(ZeroTalkKorea)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/16J4mEgR5aqerfzGy2WctNV3onPQUgF2E5/) **[Leftside's blog](../1Gtubs5zzkhkVAxiEyZuYTJMWSpJ1qY22s/?Toc=dateDesc)**
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**I MUTE BULLSHIT!** 👍😀
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22 yo technology/network enthusiast, programmer, bitcoiner, drawer, designer, cyber activist, voice/video actor, writer. Computing since 2007. ZeroNet user since 2016. * [My site](http://127.0.0.1:43110/daniellmesquita.bit/) * [Video channel](http://127.0.0.1:43110/big.kopykate.bit/?Channel=daniell@zeroid.bit) * [Peepeth](https://peepeth.com/daniellmesquita) * [My blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Hj1HwHrTyB7WkvBN5x822m1iGV2kaXiAv/) * [Personal token - DANIMESQ](https://www.personaltokens.io/DANIMESQ) * [Profile on ZeroMedium](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zeromedium.bit/?/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe) * [Profile on Git Center](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1GitLiXB6t5r8vuU2zC6a8GYj9ME6HMQ4t/user/?15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe) ---- * [My verification keys on Riot.im](http://127.0.0.1:43110/peeper.bit/?Post/1N9sU8qh3S4ei9PHE1qQyYPbcckJomvwMd/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe/1538518371) * [Profile ownership proof (Keybase)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/peeper.bit/?Post/1N9sU8qh3S4ei9PHE1qQyYPbcckJomvwMd/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe/1538693411) Bitcoin: ``15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe`` Ethereum: ``0xDDfC2e10702d8A781727A34D83B3bb3CA94a3E91`` Tox: ``14E22FA1844FF2819857CC13156A4F88864BAC7CDEED52780D54631E92DA6C21BC9D2F35E690`` KxoID: ``1HGgcLdiajvofbakYYN2qT1s5tcMZkx2ua (@daniell)`` ---- # Achievements: * World's first click-to-begin framework: [FrameworkJS](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) * World's first web framework to implement native blur effect: [FrameworkJS](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) ---- # My projects: * [FrameworkJS (web framework that is pioneer in some things)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) * [Framlr (window frame for NWjs/Electron apps with frameless-window)](https://github.com/Plasnerd/Framlr/)
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Liberté. Egalité. Poulet. 🌈 I don't defend my ideas. They are not mine. Please, share your music : [mixtape.bit](/mixtape.bit)
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Modernist Drifter
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Cartoonist, Musician, Freelancer, Voice Actor, Entertainer, Dad, Nerd, Freak, not an immigrant, using my brain, social guy, never bored, ... let me entertain you on my zite: http://127.0.0.1:43110/1CvtJKNdcjX14d1WzuZNGcR6BtqYaa36ww/
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Usuário aleatório da ZeroNet
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Random ZeroNet user
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A clone account of [Musickiller@ZeroID.bit](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Profile/1RedkCkVaXuVXrqCMpoXQS29bwaqsuFdL/15NScazvsCHNmiXi6o6nvaMiwjeJYizgZQ/musickiller@zeroid.bit). Confirmed [here](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Post/1RedkCkVaXuVXrqCMpoXQS29bwaqsuFdL/15NScazvsCHNmiXi6o6nvaMiwjeJYizgZQ/1532433450) --- Other accounts on this PC: Patchwork: @YtKbCLteE2BbMG0G6nyAsSYECOpE/Iz6XsNyohOCbic=.ed25519
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List of [popular 0net sites](/1Kt7xxVRcxHcK14Mt7YZdXfh8MzUJMkvpk/) [KopyKate videos i have shared](/big.kopykate.bit/?Channel=ssdifnskdjfnsdjk@zeroid.bit), another [KxoVid videos](/16KrKKRNHUc8WnRNuV9PgNqZQ8zqGteT4p/?/channel/1Mi7rUdBpQc99kfuvippGxgEbM7ZKdSXUD/1553291060684) [NetTalk](/1LfvE91ZF18jdG3wW62Dw7NtfTZh737KPL) computer/internet forum [ZeroNet audio library](/ZeroLSTN.bit)
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RUS my projects: * [ZeroChat RU](/1N5h8HMhsXskakdcaaLoPniwqmMsRWMXgV/) * [Zero Games Progect](/1Nf5N17qApJmmo5vXRdgr1ENR2A8dRTSgF/)
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DevOps kaj iomete FullStack. Mi estas virino transexual, plenkreska bebo, humanista, fervorulo de naturo, fervorulo de serioj / animoj / filmoj
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__Zer0net: Our TrustLess Republic™__ _Get ready! Our team is working hard to deliver YOU our next great project._ --- __Project Development Roadmap__ __☑︎ [Zeronet Explorer](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zeronetexplorer.bit)__ __☑︎ [ZeroGold](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zerogold.bit)__ __☑︎ [ZeroFilters](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zerofilters.bit)__ __☑︎ [ZeroCoding](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zerocoding.bit)__ __☑︎ [ZeroCDN](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zerocdn.bit)__ __☑︎ [Zitetags](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zitetags.bit)__ ☐ [SUPeer](http://127.0.0.1:43110/supeer.bit) ☐ [ZeroDelta](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zerodelta.bit) ☐ [Minado](http://127.0.0.1:43110/minado.bit)
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22 yo technology/network enthusiast, programmer, bitcoiner, drawer, designer, cyber activist, voice/video actor, writer. Computing since 2007. ZeroNet user since 2016. * [My site](http://127.0.0.1:43110/daniellmesquita.bit/) * [Video channel](http://127.0.0.1:43110/big.kopykate.bit/?Channel=daniell@zeroid.bit) * [Peepeth](https://peepeth.com/daniellmesquita) * [My blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Hj1HwHrTyB7WkvBN5x822m1iGV2kaXiAv/) * [Personal token - DANIMESQ](https://www.personaltokens.io/DANIMESQ) * [Profile on ZeroMedium](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zeromedium.bit/?/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe) * [Profile on Git Center](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1GitLiXB6t5r8vuU2zC6a8GYj9ME6HMQ4t/user/?15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe) ---- * [My verification keys on Riot.im](http://127.0.0.1:43110/peeper.bit/?Post/1N9sU8qh3S4ei9PHE1qQyYPbcckJomvwMd/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe/1538518371) * [Profile ownership proof (Keybase)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/peeper.bit/?Post/1N9sU8qh3S4ei9PHE1qQyYPbcckJomvwMd/15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe/1538693411) Bitcoin: ``15hL2gR4oCSgKBbndn3MxY8Hc5xoy1vqCe`` Ethereum: ``0xDDfC2e10702d8A781727A34D83B3bb3CA94a3E91`` Tox: ``14E22FA1844FF2819857CC13156A4F88864BAC7CDEED52780D54631E92DA6C21BC9D2F35E690`` KxoID: ``1HGgcLdiajvofbakYYN2qT1s5tcMZkx2ua (@daniell)`` ---- # Achievements: * World's first click-to-begin framework: [FrameworkJS](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) * World's first web framework to implement native blur effect: [FrameworkJS](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) ---- # My projects: * [FrameworkJS (web framework that is pioneer in some things)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/fmwk.bit/) * [Framlr (window frame for NWjs/Electron apps with frameless-window)](https://github.com/Plasnerd/Framlr/)
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A dev of ZeroNet. Secondary Student. China(UTC+8) Atheist, Nihilist blurhy@outlook.com Any questions to anything, you can ask me. [View me on Github](https://github.com/blurHY) [Blog on clearnet](https://blurhy.xyz) #### Projects - [IPZN](https://github.com/blurHY/IPZN) (Current project) - HorizonZite - HorizonSpider - ZeronetBot - Zeronet-docs - Translations of the-truth... #### [Horizon - Search Engine](/1HoRiznsHbJAqs2bmrVcSd79NTGVFp4Ju2) #### Telegram @blurhy #### Tox `867226A9F397786A82F9E8E547A0CFDA080E180B8500D58B7830100D68B0AA3F2B5AFF62F744`
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Sites: [Syncronite](/15CEFKBRHFfAP9rmL6hhLmHoXrrgmw4B5o/) [Mother Of All Blocklists](/1LgqZfbtr6dukbjHdjWBEmmthq1shEv3y1/) [Kave](/4Kave.bit/) [App 0](/1E7wdLyfWBZAJoPtk7t7dxBAdVFDkWpKrX/) With App 0, you have to return before adding a shortcut. Possibly Android only. Contact: I'm on Wire. Search for @styromaniac or visit https://get.wire.com
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Howdy? Here, I'm all about programming, running, doing magic and diabolo tricks. That's it. Since life is so unforgiving, I rather do my shit wrong anyway. Good vibes, dudes!
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Random ZeroNet user 🤙
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I'm new. :-)
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Just some random zeronet user Can read and write English and Chinese 我会中文和英文 Welcome my page! My Blog: [1648uDJu8HaSjiYR6p8KJMGtKGQyUdFNqS](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1648uDJu8HaSjiYR6p8KJMGtKGQyUdFNqS/?Home) My Twitter: [@Thunder33345](https://twitter.com/Thunder33345)
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delapsus resurgam
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User from the Void. -------- - [Dark ZeroMe](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1HmJ7GadjdiQUPevaK7QXVrK4nhyCp1fSj/) - If you hate white, come join us on the dark side. - [8values on Zeronet](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1GhQnhzopJKP1RUKX8cd55CSXXSygzPFYj/) - Find out how you lean in politics. - [Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/19Bb6RMYZGTDZJduj5q5Zz8uaBgNtHnCeH/) - So far used mostly to post updates of my various ZeroNet projects. - [TED Talks 2017 - Speakers List Archive](http://127.0.0.1:43110/14MQWAD4DNSWx52pidtux4oQXz4gTn4B5f/) - Archive of speakers from when the ZeroNet founder was slated to appear at the conference. - [Share Test](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1FyYahC8sKVYfsPQXEzuRjXNDQeb6Y2xno/) - Experiments with file sharing and video streaming using ZeroMux. - [Contact Me](http://127.0.0.1:43110/mail.zeroverse.bit/?to=jayofthezero)
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Random ZeroNet user
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ZeroNet fan and developer with too many projects so none of them are ready :(
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.:weird and hungry content creator:. .:lazy programmer:. .:an artificial construct of someone’s mind somewhere on the other end of the net:. - [home page](/1MCoA8rQHhwu4LY2t2aabqcGSRqrL8uf2X/) [ [blog](/1MCoA8rQHhwu4LY2t2aabqcGSRqrL8uf2X/?/blog/) ] ([clearnet mirror](https://caryoscelus.github.io)) - [my music](/1FiHm91tcDdjkiGkHZH2xoMc7Qmzrh8sv3/) - [moving pictures theatre](/1N8zibqog72CCDBDo8jrxU7C6Q8JeVND2Z/) - [short stories](/1JecUbTPHudVR3fi6KMFwQNW2mT2L8H7dq/) - [poetry](/1QDEpSBxTXiZ4ak9m9ATAVAy1SSLiRrxKs/) - [heavy bright sun](/1HAB57aQRcLHoHb3ehHrh8SZT647VWVA28/) - [Libre Dazai](/1JPGL61v5LgbfyD3pvAkCy3YqrCWqaekWH/) - [Obligatory Empty Page](/13GoB3QYyoqtN7wVpuQfgAQxn7LwucYED7/) ([repo](/1EtWCTxuY34N4C8incQgjTw8M2S2TPvZwF)) - [HydeView - yet another duct tape engine, related to Jekyll](/18JXMUqeg6u1nZXi1rYTsiUpBuzTnyi9yc/) ([repo](/1DTjNhj7Mm4hSvEQ2mEUnWp5cP1eaUzHyA)) - [donate](/1MCoA8rQHhwu4LY2t2aabqcGSRqrL8uf2X/?/donate/) (please don't donate on my 0net addresses: that might be insecure) The rumours say i may write.. - ..in a reasonably good world english - ..на достаточно литературном русском - ..外人の日本語で - ..bau la mabla lojban Please don't use automated translation to write if you don't know a language, we can use it to read instead Copyright is stupid and unethical. Free software and libre culture ftw! Being on my "following" list does not imply endorsement, though being on my "mute" list implies dis-endorsement
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paragliding, software, bitcoin [my blog](/ulrichard.bit) [my gallery](/1EHrpXd3f6CyKooBFtpLhdFk5C3bqFhyg1) [tandem flights](/paraeasy.bit) [south america trip 2007](/1MrcCZjfRCKeJZAENsjDqf7dvDhEhFpsXY) [Why I prefer Bitcoin](/13UYenBm13vidxEA9DxKMSA3CJacWdkpke) [Why I prefer Linux](/1Aiq4P8bh1f9pPxQz9MA2Z1cDkYaUGjEPn/) [Tesla for Bitcoin](/1P9yJty4fzXkuGV3BSM4VSADr7xap2riAa/) [Bought with Bitcoin](/17JvYecccPVS8nzngiUKwJQe8LX5jrjNwo/)
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Russian ZeroNet user
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Просто человек
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Cyberpunk lover. Libertarian. Aspiring transhumanist.
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Loneliness is the guarantee of freedom [My Eng Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1PV9ZGoitJX3FMwTQrTiGd2MMhoHa9DChU/) [My RU Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/16iQBM3knDTDuNeLdAexKAUNLbE1nYeAc9/) [Joe Talks](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DCApr9WK3oQjfgg5zs4nK2RqB4PGtwbqA/) [Mail](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=deepstrelok)
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ᖱᗩ ᕈᙓᙓᑕᙓ make Love not War. Protect the Internet, the largest project of mankind on Earth. Don't ask for your privacy. Take it back.
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Two years old ZeroNet user. [Main account](?Profile/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/binchan2@zeroid.bit)
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[RVRE](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1f7FYxZWSZ5YG7Nd8sGsHcWEQgvdnVvQF) [RVRE Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1KxfpG5ssLZxorjR34GW1Zw9oWZBVL4VRi/?Home) --- 17, UK; @LetsRaceBwoi on Twitter and GitHub, @xezno#0909 on Discord
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Feel free to email me if you have any questions. GPG: `0AD8 D7E9 DCD9 5A10 5BA6 A111 6CC6 5FB9 1CE3 9BB5`.
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Random ZeroNet user
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**Я в других сетях:** [SSB Patchwork](https://scuttlebutt.nz): @UwCgmlrY1D1UrbFsq9P2XwVZskfOZOq7BmuF3GZ+wt4=.ed25519
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Not so random russian user.
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AGPL is for AntiGNU Public License. [Блог тут](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1PV114iDXgvMrcr9f2pExS5yhxYyDuYTQG)
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Russian ZeroNet user [RuZero](http://127.0.0.1:43110/ruzero.bit) [RuZeroBlog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/blog.ruzero.bit)
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zeronet is dope
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Automated Zeronet Search engine: http://127.0.0.1:43110/zirch.bit Green Buddhist AKA Green Jesus, lets build solid-based host bodies and colonize areas homo-sapiens can't live in. http://127.0.0.1:43110/greenjesus.bit http://127.0.0.1:43110/bodhi.bit http://127.0.0.1:43110/discuss.bodhi.bit
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Music streaming for all! [ZeroLSTN](http://127.0.0.1:43110/ZeroLSTN.bit) [ZeroLSTN.Talk](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Talk.ZeroLSTN.bit) Source Code: [GitCenter](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1GitLiXB6t5r8vuU2zC6a8GYj9ME6HMQ4t/repo/??1Code5125iycoEFCMi9a4XVejFwauoyGqj) --- [ZeroMail](http://127.0.0.1:43110/mail.zeronetwork.bit/?to=zerolstn) --- Mobile Accounts: [zerolstnmobile@zeroid.bit](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Profile/1SunAWK2VUT9GQK32MpwRfFPVgcBSJN9a/1EmrB8xSDYobVFSc3Kad1vx1EPaPR2myCW/zerolstnmobile@zeroid.bit) [zerolstnmobile2@zeroid.bit](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Profile/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AVEBziQwUaHK8J6gdiDsAjaA8vvye91L1/zerolstnmobile2@zeroid.bit)
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Git Center
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A post-life-sciences student, lerne Deutsch, learning various things about Internet and others. In future like to focus on research esp. on Artificial Life. * [ZeroNet General Dark Theme](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1524712925_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h) * [ZeroNet Mobile Guide](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:7_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h) * [ZeroNet Dev Resources Index](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1509171908_1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/Yet+another+ZeroNet+Dev+Resources+Index) * [My Messy Blog](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/) * [My Messy Repo](/13zzNGxEXDeLxHEGZdG3mE7G8dChf45LrV) * [My 0-Gallery](/1D2C23aAoHeoJsvPjZZxS9bt3i93uRVfUP) * [My 0-Share](/1Dphm8Mth9WYN9fPm1yxj8Y4WhcKRhYXJJ/) * [ZeroMe Chronological Timeline](?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/1518537114) * [ZeroMe Language Character Filter and Hub Timeline](?Post/1oranGeS2xsKZ4jVsu9SVttzgkYXu4k9v/1AWwhg4EiWAVttfQboJZ4wJfX3WawfJT3h/1503681678) --- --- [Send me a ZeroMail](/mail.zeronetwork.bit/?to=binchan2), and [If you need ZeroMail notification](/1EiMAqhd6sMjPG2tznkkGXxhdwFBDdeqT9/?Post:67)
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Какой-то задрот из России
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Какой-то юзер ZeroNet
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Who am i?
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A spanish zeronet user My Zites: [Zero book](http://127.0.0.1:43110/13cbGbFWwcNgCdZJyFHsUkg35xteBL5AMk/)
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THE HISTORY NEVER END
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## Programmer, Poet, Conlanger, Composer ### Projects * [ZeroNet Exe Installer](/Talk.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Topic:1526846299_12gAes6NzDS9E2q6Q1UXrpUdbPS6nvuBPu/ZeroNet+Exe+Installer+Beta+P2P+Message+Plugin+by+GitCenter) * [KxoNetwork](/kxonet.bit) * [KxoVid](/kxovid.bit) * [New Important Zites](/1MiS3ud9JogSQpd1QVmM6ETHRmk5RgJn6E/) * [ZeroMedium](/ZeroMedium.bit/?/) ([GitCenter](/1BEPbMfV8QtaZCD2cPNbabfDKnmhTAZRPx)) * [ZeroExchange](/1PHBjZSAc6mHDMkySJNs3XeSXUL7eY7Q7W) * [ZeroNet Dev Center](/14pM9huTYzJdyQyHRj6v2kfhMe8DrxwpGt) * [ZeroDB](/ZeroDB.bit) * [ZeroFrame Router Example](/1K2myjtjoEVpRC2JMieRL73ES4V4iLP2Ev) * [Important Zites](/15Pf9VVuDT8NSWj1qUBh4V89yPmrmzRw6a/) (Old) * [My Portal Zite](/1JBXrjCabLEWXmKJ2pJ4XhxA4rwYAEazKw)
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Be free [ZeroMe "Plus"](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Lj1oPcN7oZQL8HkS5KbkzQuKqs42zQWY6/) - Clickable & searchable hashtags - Reverse comment order option - See a random post [ZeroNet Mods](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1JjHyLeEDidHyyN33Y8f8cQKVEzWCEPnW7/) - Simple API - User switcher - Default User
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Eng/Rus Paranoid/Psychopath ZeroNet user. [Zite](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1A6jARMdi9f7cUn6Q8RvoXqwhw2x7nDTfR/)
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Is developing a paranoid protocol for anonymous wireless communications, [aDTN](../18USGqZSWppp9zdvwsD1oauq2UMuA3CFUC) Likes decentralization, anonymity, wireless/mesh networks, FOSS, unconditional basic income and goats Practices Aikido, is learning Japanese, and enjoys drawing/painting
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Author of ZeroNet's first decentralised music streaming service called "NinjaBeats". - [NinjaBeats website (NEW!)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/15F9LYs6c17NUXv3MxpJSGbpWxyHTEbzMk/) - [NinjaBeats streamer (NEW! - Now works on mobile)](http://127.0.0.1:43110/15F9LYs6c17NUXv3MxpJSGbpWxyHTEbzMk/stream/audio.html) - [Contact me](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=paintninja) - [My blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BufKyfSLxGcWFkP6T3t4HJYXzhKA1DVrM)
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__Please follow my 'chatterbox' version at__ [shouko@kaffie.bit](/Me.ZeroNetwork.bit/?Profile/1PRy1MSSFGrPFNAHubwnpYGGT37zPrUxLo/18GkKhDTQniChKDxcoDgmgrUd7KehaihpW/shouko@kaffie.bit) (__You might have to visit KaffieID andthe hub before following my new account. The hub is:__ [hub.shouko.bit](/hub.shouko.bit/) __KaffieID:__ [id.kaffie.bit](/id.kaffie.bit/) Blog: [blog.shouko.bit](http://127.0.0.1:43110/blog.shouko.bit/)
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PHP Backend Teamlead in Dostavista.global
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I'm a new snowflake! Nice to meet you ^v^. Languages I Know: Esperanto(Can read Lot of stuff) 中文 (Very Very little) 日本語(Again Very little but i can read more than speak.) English (Eh little rusty...) Vo et broek Terika, broak Jear vor?
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Тот самый, а может некто другой. ## Information I'm interested in P2P networks, cryptocurrences and blockchain technology, free open source software, anime, imageboard culture, GNU/linux.
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ZeroNet Runner
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Idiot. Love GNU/Linux, KDE, Qt, Free / Libre / Open Source Software, Python, Pirate Party, ZeroNet and other awesome technologies, ideas, projects and software that respect our rights, freedom, privacy and anonimity. There is no meaning of life. Links: -[ My main ZeroSite](http://127.0.0.1:43110/ZAlex.bit/) -[ ZeroMail](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=zalex@zeroid.bit) -[ ClearNet site](http://zausoft.ru) -[ E-Mail](mailto:zalex@zausoft.org)
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26/Female - Kaffiene Developer --- [Patreon](https://www.patreon.com/aprilc0t) [Patreon Discord](https://discord.gg/hx3xXZV) [My Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1A83ijw3boqTtqdLz8me7AqeK1nEK8yxeu) [My Github](https://github.com/April93) [Kaffiene Search](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Mr5rX9TauvaGReB4RjCaE6D37FJQaY5Ba)
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The first news sites in ZeroNet. * [Official site](http://127.0.0.1:43110/zeronews.bit/)
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Heart initialization failure. Restart translation engine. Virus detected. All systems error. Rebooting Humanoid... http://127.0.0.1:43110/1N6DUdTFqjq6qmahi1SviEQV8nnhJ2wrTq/ English | Fluent Esperanto | Conversational? Japanese | Beginner
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Специалист по всему. https://blog.radjah.ru
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Belarusian Python and JS Developer [Blog](http://127.0.0.1:43110/blog.gomzik.bit) (RU) Working on ZeroMusic service [here](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1JMNrd9FD19AhWVukYJ2gdxAiK2ohczwk5/)
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The evil mind behind ZeroNet sites such as [ZeroPolls](/ZeroPolls.bit), [ZeroTodos](/1B8LmXYHzMGZzcRWoidAQb5SmKSyfjN63f) and [ZeroQuotes](/1NJyPoPpL8At17T6G7A1qHVQdqZDBmXcLT/).
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Not so random.
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`ZeroNet dev.`
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Moscow, Russia, Earth - [Blog in English](/144W6itCd6jUqHDx5SDjbFaRdTnh4gRBBA/) - [Блог на русском](/1MaQ4W5D6G52TpBfPACU9k9QcB1DxvHZ5v/) - [Wiki со ссылками](/1NbzP9dgYhuY71bde9G1LuVGaCE69venzR/)
Geekless · geekless@zeroid.biton Jul 05, 2019

After the discussion in [1] and [2]:

AnnounceShare will be forked and renamed to TrackerShare.

TrackerShare, TrackerList, gitcenter's PeerMessage and BackgroundProcessing will be packed together with the core and provided as a preconfigured distribution. At least, it will be available as a source archive and a docker image for Linux. (A bundle for Windows is possible too.)

Two more plugins are in development by me now as well.

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